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Forge the future of EASL’s governance!

Are you ready to get involved in EASL’s leadership?   

 EASL is now looking to fill the following positions:  

Deadline to apply: 30 September 2022 (23:59 CET) 

EASL is now calling for applications for the first Internal Affairs Councillor, reflecting the strategic priority by the EASL Governing Board to unite European hepatology. The Internal Affairs Councillor will promote community engagement, membership growth, sustainable practice, and good governance.

The Internal Affairs Councillor will be a member of the EASL Governing Board, and report to the EASL Secretary-General. The term of the Internal Affairs Councillor is two-years, with a possibility to be re-elected for an additional two-year period.

The Internal Affairs Councillor develops policies related to areas such as:

  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Sustainability
  • Management of conflict of interest
  • EASL Membership strategy
  • EASL Working Groups
  • EASL Consortia
  • Relationship with EASL Publications
  • EASL Community Communication
  • EASL Brand

The Internal Affairs Councillor monitors and aids the implementation of these policies by the EASL Office, in particular through the application standard operating procedures (SOPs).

The Internal Affairs Councillor serves as liaison between the EASL Governing Board, EASL Management Committee, and the EASL Office in relation to said EASL policies.

Please note:

  • The candidate must be an EASL member when applying.
  • Candidates with appropriate profile from outside the hepatology clinical and research community will be considered.
  • To maintain gender balance, we strongly encourage women candidates to apply. See the EASL equality, diversity, and inclusion policy statement.
  • The candidate should preferably have proven governance and administrative experience.
  • The candidate should have a strong interest in not-for-profit governance, sustainable and progressive policy development, and organisational growth.
  • The candidate must be professionally active in a European country, as defined by the World Health Organization.
  • The candidate must be under 56 years of age in October 2022 (in the case of maternity leave, the eligibility age is calculated by deducting 18 months per child from the applicant’s actual age).

The call is open from 22 August 2022 to 30 September 2022.

Your application should include:

  • a letter of motivation and your aspirations for joining the EASL Governing Board.
  • an updated CV
  • a summary of your scientific achievements (including a list of your publications, h-index, and grant income, as applicable)
  • a completed application form

Review process:

  • All submitted applications will be reviewed for eligibility by the EASL office.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview with the EASL Governing Board.
    • The interview will consist of a five-minute presentation from the candidate covering their qualifications and motivation for becoming Internal Affairs Councillor, followed by a Q&A session with the Governing Board.
  • Their appointment to the Governing Board is dependent on approval of new Articles of Association and confirmation by and at the Extraordinary General Assembly.

Please download the application form here. Then send your completed application to governance@easloffice.eu with the subject line: EASL Internal Affairs Councillor Application

You are welcome to consult the EASL equality, diversity, and inclusion policy statement.

EASL is now calling for applications for the first External Affairs Councillor, reflecting the strategic priority given by the EASL Governing Board to promoting and representing European hepatology within Europe and beyond. The External Affairs Councillor will ensure that EASL’s external relations promote EASL’s strategic vision, and position EASL as a robust, influential, and reliable partner.

The External Affairs Councillor will be a member of the EASL Governing Board, and report to the EASL Secretary-General. The term of the External Affairs Councillor is two-years, with a possibility to be re-elected for an additional two-year period.

The External Affairs Councillor develops policies related to areas such as:

  • Relationships with European National Hepatology and Gastroenterology Associations
  • Relationships with global and regional societies (e.g., AASLD, ALEH, APASL, UEG)
  • Relationships with other medical associations and specialties
  • EASL endorsement of third-party content and activities.
  • Healthcare Industry relations
  • EU-funded projects
  • Press and Media relations

The External Affairs Councillor will be directly involved in the development and maintenance of relationships with selected key external stakeholders, and occasionally with other external stakeholders.

The External Affairs Councillor monitors and aids the implementation of these policies by the EASL Office, in particular through the application standard operating procedures (SOPs).

The External Affairs Councillor serves as liaison between the EASL Governing Board, EASL Management Committee, and the EASL Office in relation to said EASL policies.

Please note:

  • The candidate must be an EASL member when applying.
  • Candidates with appropriate profile from outside the hepatology clinical and research community will be considered.
  • To maintain gender balance, we strongly encourage women candidates to apply. EASL equality, diversity, and inclusion policy statement.
  • The candidate should preferably have proven experience managing external relations.
  • The candidate should have a strong interest in not-for-profit governance, sustainable and progressive policy development, and organisational growth.
  • The candidate must be professionally active in a European country, as defined by the World Health Organization (link https://www.euro.who.int/en/countries).
  • The candidate must be under 56 years of age in October 2022 (in the case of maternity leave, the eligibility age is calculated by deducting 18 months per child from the applicant’s actual age).

The call is open from 22 August 2022 to 30 September 2022.

Your application should include:

  • a letter of motivation and your aspirations for joining the EASL Governing Board.
  • an updated CV
  • a summary of your scientific achievements (including a list of your publications, h-index, and grant income, as applicable)
  • a completed application form

Review process:

  • All submitted applications will be reviewed for eligibility by the EASL office.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview with the EASL Governing Board.
    • The interview will consist of a five-minute presentation from the candidate covering their qualifications and motivation for becoming External Affairs Councillor, followed by a Q&A session with the Governing Board.
  • Their appointment to the Governing Board is dependent on approval of new Articles of Association and confirmation by and at the Extraordinary General Assembly.

Please download the application form here. Then send your completed application to governance@easloffice.eu with the subject line: EASL External Affairs Councillor Application

You are welcome to consult the EASL equality, diversity, and inclusion policy statement.

EASL is now looking for one Nurses and AHPs Task Force Member.

Deadline to apply: 30 September 2022 (23:59 CET) 

Since it was founded in 2016, the Nurses and AHPs Task Force has grown from strength to strength. EASL is now calling for nominations for a new member for this Task Force. The term for these members is from selection (before the end of the year) to EASL Congress 2025.

Eligibility criteria

  • The candidate must be living in a European country, as defined by the World Health Organization .
  • The candidate must be an EASL member when applying.
  • In order to ensure balance in the area of specialisation of the members, only nurses applicants will be considered for this call.
  • Particular attention will be paid to male candidates to maintain gender balance in the Task Force, in accordance with the EASL equality, diversity, and inclusion policy statement.
  • Preference will be given to non UK based applicants.

The call is open until 30 September 2022.

Your application should include: 

  • a letter of motivation and your goals in joining the Task Force
  • an updated CV
  • a summary of your career achievements to date (including any publications, research, service delivery, clinical excellence, national or strategic working)
  • the completed application form

Review process:

  • All submitted applications will be reviewed for eligibility by the EASL office.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a maximum 30-minute interview with the current EASL Nurses and Allied Health Professionals Task Force.
  • The interview will consist of a five-minute presentation by the candidate, covering their qualifications and motivation for joining the EASL Nurses and Allied Health Professionals Task Force, followed by a Q&A session with the Task Force members.
  • Successful candidates will be presented to the EASL Governing Board. Their appointment is dependent on Governing Board approval.

Interviews will take place in September. 

Please download the submission form and send your completed application to patricia.pochelon@easloffice.eu with the subject line: EASL Nurses and AHPs Task Force Application.

You are welcome to consult the EASL equality, diversity, and inclusion policy statement, as well as the Terms of Reference for the Nurses and AHPs Task Force.

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