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1. AMEE Student Task Force Coordinators

This year, the AMEE Conference will take place from 25th to 29th of August in Basel, Switzerland with the theme: Educating the future healthcare professional and the roles of the teacher.

AMEE offers international medical students the chance to attend the Conference for free, with financial support for travel and accommodation expenses. In exchange for that, the selected students are asked to assist in basic tasks, related to helping out with practical issues and assisting participants during the conference. These students are part οf the Student Task Force (STF) and they are coordinated by a group of 5 people.

This is your chance to be one of these people!

Refer to this LINK for more information and to learn how to apply.

2. TNT/TCE Guidelines Action Group 

For this term the training system area is going to work with come action groups. What is that? Well, an action group is a group of dedicated EMSAi that want to work on shaping the EMSA training system in a sustainable and efficient way. But enough with the introductory words!

This is a call for the TNT/TCE guidelines Action Group!

What is the purpose? 
This Action Group is going to create a draft of guidelines that will have to be followed in our TNT/TCE events. This way we can establish a quality assurance system and be sure that all of our candidate trainers have the same core-knowledge.

What spots are open?
Group Coordinator: This is person is going to be “responsible” to monitor the work of the action group. He/She is going to work with the group, monitor the process and report to the TEO. He/She is also going to be the main representative of the final result, together with the TEO, when the work is presented to the NCs, LCs, EEB and SupCo. Skills needed: Experience in leadership and/or ability to lead a team, knowledge of the EMSA training system, delegating skills, team management skills, feedback and communication skills.
Members: These people are going to be the core and main workforce of the Action Group. Their ideas are the ones that are going to be discussed. They are the ones that are going to work on creating the future of the TCE/TNT guidelines. Skills needed: team player, knowledge of the EMSA training system, knowledge of other non-EMSA TNT guidelines (not mandatory), understanding on the skills needed for a trainer, enough time to work on the project!

What is the timeline of the Action Group?
01/12/17, 23:59 CET: Opening of applications
14/12/17, 23:59 CET: Closing of applications
16/12/17: Announcement of Action Group members and Coordinator
17-23/12/17: Handover of the Coordinator
29/12/17: The Action Group starts working
10/02/18: Guidelines are finished and sent to NCs, LCs, SupCo and EEB for reviewing.

Do you feel ready to step up and help the EMSA training system evolve? Do not miss this opportunity! 
Sent a motivation letter, CV (with a focus on training knowledge), certificate of EMSA membership and answer to the question “What is my vision of the EMSA training system?”, with the subject being: [AG TCE] Your name-The position you applying for (coordinator or member) to , before 14/12/17, 23:59 CET

3. EMSA Permanent Officer to CPME

Permanent Officer in EMSA

The Permanent Officer is an appointed member of EMSA working in the CPME Office in Brussels, offering his services to both EMSA and CPME.

CPME – Standing Committee of European Doctors

CPME is one of the European Medical Organisations and the most important external partner of EMSA. CPME represents Νational Μedical Αssociations across Europe and it is committed to contributing the medical profession’s point of view to EU institutions and European policy-making through pro-active cooperation on a wide range of health and healthcare related issues. You can find more information here.

What else you need to know about this position

  • You can find a detailed job description of the position here. Read this carefully before you apply.

  • This is a position in the CPME Secretariat so you will be an employee of CPME

  • Your term will last from 1st of March until 31st of July. From the moment of your appointment until the start of your internship you are expected to be available for the handover period.

  • This is a paid position and your salary will be approximately 950 – 1050€ per month with extra 100 € vouchers to cover your food expenses

  • Accommodation is not provided by EMSA or CPME but there are choices for you.

    What you need to send to apply

  • Curriculum Vitae, stating your experience in EMSA

  • Motivation Letter (max. 2 pages)

  • A short Plan Of Action for the position

  • Certificate of EMSA Membership

You can use the templates attached here:

 TEMPLATE Certificate of EMSA Membership 2017.docx

 EMSA2017.032 Template Candidature 2017-2018

You must send all relevant documents to until 22nd of December 2017, 23:59 Brussels Time.

Timeline of applications

For the call

6th of December – Applications Open

22th of December – Deadline for applications

For input from LCs and NCs

23th of December – Applications are shared in the NC and LC mailing lists

31st of December – Deadline for questions for the interviews and input for the applications by the NCs and LCs

For the selection process

2nd-5th of January – Interviews with the applicants. All applicants are expected to be available during those days

6th of January – Sharing of interviews with the NCs and LCs

10th of January – Announcement of the results

For every question you may have, you can approach the current Permanent Officer, Vagelis Papageorgiou in the email .

Since, we want to have more applications for the position and making the PO more visible to all EMSA Members, a webinar is going to take place on the 12th of December at 20:00 Brussels time with the current PO to tell you more about the position and answer relevant questions you may have. If you have such a question, you may write it down here.