Grant Advisor – Donders Center for Medical Neuroscience
To further strengthen our Grant Support Office, part of the Department of Valorization, we are looking for a Grant Advisor to support researchers in the Donders Center for Medical Neuroscience (DCMN). Support by the Grant Support Office targets most of the available external grant programs and funding sources. Support and advise is primarily aimed at the acquisition and the pre-award phase of the project life cycle (proposal – or project development), project management is not a main task of the Grant Support Office.
Tasks and responsibilities
- Identifying, monitoring and analyzing external developments regarding availability of research funds in the Netherlands and abroad.
- Inform, advise and match researchers proactively with respect to funding opportunities.
- Advising, guiding and supporting researchers with writing of the project proposal (e.g. development process, general proposal parts, budget) and the accompanying administrative preparations as appropriate.
- Consulting with relevant staff members and project partners (project leader, financial controller, business developer, external parties involved) on the design of the proposal and monitoring of progress of the proposal development process.
- Identifying opportunities for (knowledge) valorisation and initiate the necessary follow up steps.
- At least two years of postdoc experience in the field of Neurosciences (from psychiatry and geriatrics, to cognitive neuroscience, genetics, ophthalmology, ENT, neurology and rehabilitation).
- You are well acquainted with the national and international university world and the national and European subsidy landscape.
- Recognizable experience with writing of grant applications.
- Preferably some relevant work experience with grant advising, supporting grant acquisition and reviewing.
- Has excellent organizational skills, works project-based and is capable of managing a substantial number of application processes simultaneously.
- A team-player, customer oriented, and works towards results.
- Has excellent writing and communication skills, both in Dutch and English.
Department of Valorization
The Department of Valorization consists of a group of around 20 dedicated professionals divided over 4 teams, Grant Support Office (GSO), Business Development, Legal Affairs and Regional Development. These teams advise and facilitate Radboudumc employees and partners in the field of (bio)medical fundamental, translational, preclinical and clinical research, biomedical technology and healthcare innovations.
Donders Center for Medical Neuroscience
Donders Center for Medical Neuroscience (DCM is one of the three research institutes at Radboudumc and part of the interfaculty Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior (DI). More than 550 DCMN researchers from 12 Radboudumc departments work on interdisciplinary research at the interface of genetic, molecular and cellular processes on the one hand and clinical and system level neuroscience on the other. The aim is to have a significant influence on the prevention, diagnosis, staging and treatment of specific brain disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Disorders of movement, Neurodevelopmental disorders, Sensory disorders and Stress-related disorders.
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- Depending on expertise and experience, salary classification will be conform salary scale 10 (maximum € 4.216) or salary scale 11 (maximum € 4.917) gross per month, based on a 36-hour workweek (1 FTE).
- We initially offer an appointment for 12 months, with the prospect of extension, 28.8 hours a week.
- Upon commencement of employment we require a certificate of conduct (Verklaring Omtrent het Gedrag, VOG) and there will be, depending on the type of job, a screening based on the provided cv. Radboud university medical center’s HR Department will apply for this certificate on your behalf.
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Comments and contact information
All additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from dr. Eric Caldenhoven, Head of the Grant Support office, via 06-5000 8366 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: we are also looking for a Grand Advisor to support researchers in the Radboud Institute for Health Sciences (RIHS). Visit https://www.radboudumc.nl/en/vacancies/67168-grant-advisor-radboud-institute-for-health-sciences for more information about this vacancy.
Please apply before 15 May via the application form.
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