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Caucasus & Central Asia School Steering Committee member

Deadline: 10 February 2020

We invite our members to apply for the position of Steering Committee Member of our Caucasus & Central Asia School. The vacancy has arisen due to the need to ensure continuity in knowledge and experience on the committee. The three-year appointment will start in March 2020 to work on the 2020 School, taking place in October.

ESPE Caucasus & Central Asia School aims to support paediatricians who have entirely or partially completed their basic paediatric training and who are now either established in, or intending to develop a deep and continuing interest in paediatric endocrinology and diabetes. The course is delivered in English, but with slides in both English and Russian.

The successful applicant is expected to attend and participate actively in the Caucasus and Central Asia School. They will teach and be involved in mentoring the students. The Steering Committee also takes responsibility for the school’s programme.  The workload consists of emails and preparation work, attendance at the Caucasus & Central Asia School, evaluation of submitted applications, and face to face steering committee meetings every year (during the School).

Applicants should have a wide knowledge of the published literature in paediatric endocrinology in general and detailed knowledge in more than one specific area. Preference will be given to applicants with a good knowledge of the Russian language, also to applicants whose interests are complementary to those of the current members of the Steering Committee.

The appointment will be made by the ESPE Council on recommendation from the existing steering committee.

If you are interested in applying for this post, please send an electronic copy of your CV and a covering letter to the ESPE Team at: espe@eurospe.org by 10 February 2020.

The appointments will be made by the ESPE Council following recommendation by the Caucasus & Central Asia School Steering Committee.

All applicants should read the ESPE Committee Guidelines before applying.