Project Manager

The Training and Research Academic Collaboration (TRAC), Sweden-Vietnam is collaboration betweenKarolinska Institutet (KI), Uppsala University (UU), Linköping University (LiU), Umeå University (UmU), Gothenburg University (GU), Hanoi Medical University (HMU), University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Ho Chi Minh City (UMP-HCMC) and Research Institute for Child Health (RICH), National Paediatric Hospital.

The overall objective is to establish a sustainable infrastructure for collaborative research and higher education involving Swedish and Vietnamese partners with the aim to strengthen scientific, administrative, clinical and policy making capacity and promote evidence-based health policy recommendations

TRAC is seeking for 1 qualified Project Manager. The objectives of this position include:

  • To coordinate TRAC activities including training and research in collaboration  between the  Vietnamese and Swedish institutions
  • To actively support and develop TRAC research collaboration with Vietnamese and Swedish researchers
  • To actively obtain and disseminate information about grants open for researchers in the fields of interest for the network.
  • To act as a consultant body providing advice and support for preparing and submitting applications.
  • To proactively facilitate interaction for grant applications between research groups.

Please kindly find detailed information and TOR in the link: http://en.hmu.edu.vn/news/tID3786_Jjob-advertisement--Project-manager-fo...

Deadline of submission: 20th Oct 2015.

Interested candidates are invited to send application letter and CV (including scanned university degrees) to the email address: trac-sv@hmu.edu.vn.

Please include the position title in the subject line email following this format: Application - Name of position – Your full name.

We regret that only shortlisted applicants will be invited for an interview. Successful candidates are expected to start working as soon as possible.

Job Details
Organisation Name: 
TRAC
Application Deadline: 
Tue, 2015-10-20