AIRC Foundation for Cancer Research, one of the largest charities in Italy, is actively seeking to fill two openings for Scientific Officers (SO) in its Peer Review Office. AIRC supports thousands of scientists at the cutting edge of oncological research in Institutes and Universities throughout Italy. The scientific and clinical research activities of these investigators are key to the AIRC mission to find a cure for cancer.
The AIRC Peer Review Office is responsible for ensuring that grant applications are fairly and expertly reviewed, so that funds donated to AIRC are used to support only the best research. The AIRC Peer Review Office also makes sure that scientific results are accurately and effectively communicated to the public. SOs are expected to use their scientific background, communication and interpersonal skills to:
The successful candidate will have an M.D. or Ph.D. or equivalent training; a national and international experience in the biomedical, preferably oncological sciences; be a European citizen with fluency in Italian and English; possess maturity, integrity, and outstanding communication and organizational skills with an aptitude for writing in Italian and English; experience in communicating science and its nuances to the general public will be considered a plus.
The application, written in English, should include: a CV; a summary of previous experience and achievements; a concise statement of motivation and interest in the position; the names and contact information for three (3) references, who will not be contacted without applicant's consent; during the selection process, we may ask for additional documentation to verify that the information provided is correct and accurate. The first step of the selection procedures will be managed by Praxi SpA – Management Consulting: please send the application as a single PDF file following this link.
The AIRC headquarters are located in Milan.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of, among other things, religion, origin, ethnicity, gender, age and disabilities.