What will you do as a Course Coordinator Assistant?

βœ” Provide support and work in close cooperation with the Course Coordinator.

βœ” From attending meetings regarding the courses to supporting the organisation of training days for instructors, you have got it all covered. πŸ’ͺ

βœ” Any questions? You gladly help with the answering of support requests about the course system (in written English).

βœ” You execute general administrative support tasks, such as data control and mail merge

βœ” Excel-lent design and working skills in MS Office.

βœ” Live and learn! πŸ€“ You acquire general knowledge of the course system and help with the development and follow-up of procedures.

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What does European Resuscitation Council expect of you as a Course Coordinator Assistant?

βœ” Preferably several years of experience in course management

βœ” You are proficient in MS Office. Kudos for experience with Virtual Learning Environment and IT skills. πŸ’―

βœ” Full professional proficiency in both Dutch and English. Multilingual, who me?

βœ” A social team player with a lot of motivation and flexibility. Isn’t it crazy how well we know you already?

βœ” A heart for our life-saving heroes. β€οΈβ€πŸ©Ή

What can the European Resuscitation Council offer you?

βœ” Full-time (40 hours) job at an international organisation with an inspiring social mission.

βœ” An attractive salary package with many benefits, such as meal vouchers and compensatory time off (ADV) days. πŸ’°

βœ” A versatile job with room to take initiative and grow.

βœ” Healthy work-life balance due to partially variable working hours.

βœ” Working in a heartwarming and international context. 🌍 

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About the European Resuscitation Council

The European Resuscitation Council is a team of superheroes dedicated to fighting cardiac arrest and sudden death. ⛑️ They're like the defibrillator of the healthcare world, delivering the shock of expertise and knowledge to save lives. We are committed to training and educating healthcare professionals on life-saving techniques, giving hope to countless patients and their loved ones. β€οΈβ€πŸ©Ή With the European Resuscitation Council on your side, you can be sure that you're in good hands - or should we say, good hearts.

How does the procedure work?

  1. You answer a few short questions.
  2. You upload your resume or email it later.
  3. You will receive a confirmation of your application.
  4. Kathleen from the European Resuscitation Council will contact you.