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Vacancy; HBSC Assistant International Network Coordinator

The School of Medicine at the University of St Andrews is seeking to appoint an Assistant International Network Coordinator (AINC) for the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study. The successful candidate will provide project management support to the HBSC study and the International Coordinating Centre (ICC) in line with objectives, deliverables and future planning of network activities.

Closing Date: 16 December 2016

You should: be educated to degree level preferably in social sciences, health, management or international relations; have the ability to facilitate and manage activities of large organisations or networks and have relevant experience in a similar role in Higher Education or Public Health sector. The role will report to the International Co-ordinator of the HBSC study, Dr Jo Inchley. 

The post is based at the HBSC International Coordinating Centre (ICC) in the Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU) within the School of Medicine at the University of St Andrews. Currently, there are two full time ICC staff positions: the Assistant International Network Coordinator, Research Communications Officer and one part-time, Network Officer. In addition, there are two academic staff members: Dr Jo Inchley in her role as International Coordinator (IC), and Dorothy Currie in her roles of Deputy IC and senior survey methodologist.

For further particulars please consult the University of St Andrews vacancy page.

see here for further details

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