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PAN International ist eine junge, aufstrebende Organisation. Wir sind ein kleines (und wachsendes) Remote-Team von qualifizierten Fachleuten. Wir setzen uns für unsere Mission ein, vollwertige und pflanzenbasierte Ernährung zu einem zentralen Bestandteil der Gesundheitsversorgung zu machen und Gesundheitsexpert*innen und Medizinstudierende in unsere Bemühungen einzubeziehen.

Wenn Sie auf der Suche nach einer neuen Karrieremöglichkeit sind und sich genauso leidenschaftlich für die Kraft der Ernährung interessieren wie wir, dann haben Sie vielleicht das Zeug dazu, Teil des PAN-Teams zu werden. Bitte überprüfen Sie unten unsere aktuellen offenen Stellen. Wenn Sie der Meinung sind, dass Ihre Fähigkeiten und Erfahrungen hervorragend zu einer unserer Positionen passen, bewerben Sie sich bitte. Wir würden uns freuen, von Ihnen zu hören.

(Bitte beachten Sie, dass aufgrund unserer internationalen Aktivitäten Englischkenntnisse vorausgesetzt werden, daher finden Sie die Auschreibungen nur auf Englisch vor.)

Community Operations Manager

Position Title:Community Operations Manager
Reports to:Executive Director, Global Director Strategy & Development
Position Status: Full-time / (part-time possible if otherwise perfect fit)
Location: Timezone CET +/- 2 hours, remote workplace

To apply, please email a letter of introduction and resume along with your earliest start date and salary requirement to: info@pan-int.org

About PAN

The Physicians Association for Nutrition (PAN) is an international NGO on a mission to eliminate diet-related deaths globally. By making whole food, plant-based nutrition a core part of healthcare and by engaging health professionals in efforts towards healthy and sustainable food environments we are advancing the food transformation needed to mitigate the three largest global health crises: chronic disease, climate change and pandemic risk.

PAN was founded in Munich, Germany, in 2018 and has since established branches in countries across Europe and around the world, including Israel, South Africa and the USA.

PAN strives to:

  • make nutritional education a key part of medical school and the training of all health professions
  • empower health professionals and students by providing education and clinical tools
  • create effective nutrition programs and resources to optimally support patients and the broader public
  • change hospital menus to include more nutritionally sound options
  • build a global network of health professionals, scientists, and students
  • create systemic changes and shape healthy food environments

We deliver evidence-based nutrition and health information, reevaluating our content regularly following the newest available and most thoroughly researched findings while recognizing and addressing the opportunities and limitations of particular research results and established scientific methods. We appreciate, welcome, and foster scientific exchange and discussion.

About the Role

PAN was set up as a global network of health professionals eager to make nutrition a core part of healthcare and to actively change food environments. Reaching our goals – eliminating diet-related deaths globally – depends largely on the capacity, liveliness and dedication of this network.

As PAN’s Community Operations Manager you will be responsible for strengthening, empowering and growing our communities in the global PAN network. These communities consist of our international branches, members, University Groups, volunteers and online community.
In this context, we are looking for an entrepreneurially-minded individual to act as a liaison, coordinator and manager. You know what it takes to establish a business and can deliver on highly ambitious goals.

Responsibilities:

  • manage information flow from PAN’s management to our communities and vice versa
  • develop a feasible community operations plan, deploy growth experiments, and take charge of day-to-day implementation
  • monitor and report progress of communities
    onboard new community members and partners, coordinate and guide them
  • maintain and promote a vibrant community culture
  • contribute ideas and effort towards our business development & community growth strategies

Tasks:

  • evaluate the communities’ needs, ideas and hurdles
  • serve as the main contact person for any form of feedback from the communities
  • develop action plans based on the analysis of the feedback from communities and PAN International strategies to optimally support them and help them overcome potential hurdles
  • report the feedback and potential action plans in a consolidated manner to the management
  • identify and empower potential leaders within the communities
  • establish and maintain solid and mutually beneficial communication streams among the communities, and between the communities and PAN International
  • plan and execute community initiatives and programs, as well as participation in social events and workshops
  • ensure alignment of the communities with PAN International’s mission, vision and strategies
  • represent PAN on social media, at webinars, conferences and other events
  • work closely together with PAN’s Director of Marketing and PAN’s Medical Director to best align community, communication and new products
  • develop further content strategies together with the whole PAN team to advance PAN’s mission

PAN consists of a team of highly dedicated and intrinsically motivated staff and volunteers. As a growing nonprofit start-up, we constantly evolve and create new working fields to advance our mission. As part of our core team, you will be given the opportunity to develop ideas from the start and take meaningful and diverse projects from concept to delivery on a global level.

 

Requirements

  • Work experience in project management
  • Excellent leadership, teamwork, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills
  • Strong commitment to our values and mission, and high intrinsic motivation
  • Excellent spoken and written English
  • Ability to work remotely under minimal supervision
  • Willingness to work as part of a global, remote team
  • Optional: completed professional education in medicine or nutrition science
  • Optional: work experience in communication or PR
Strengthened by Diversity

At PAN, we believe that the best ideas come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds, and experiences. Committed to inclusivity, diversity, and equity, PAN offers equal opportunities to all applicants regardless of colour, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, disability, age or genetic information.

Events Project Manager

Position Title:Events Project Manager
Reports to:Executive Director, Medical Director
Position Status: Full-time / (part-time possible if otherwise perfect fit)
Location:Timezone CET +/- 2 hours, remote workplace

To apply, please email a letter of introduction and resume along with your earliest start date and salary requirement to: info@pan-int.org

About PAN

The Physicians Association for Nutrition (PAN) is an international NGO on a mission to eliminate diet-related deaths globally. By making whole food, plant-based nutrition a core part of healthcare and by engaging health professionals in efforts towards healthy and sustainable food environments we are advancing the food transformation needed to mitigate the three largest global health crises: chronic disease, climate change and pandemic risk.

PAN was founded in Munich, Germany, in 2018 and has since established branches in countries across Europe and around the world, including Israel, South Africa and the USA.

PAN strives to:

  • make nutritional education a key part of medical school and the training of all health professions
  • empower health professionals and students by providing education and clinical tools
  • create effective nutrition programs and resources to optimally support patients and the broader public
  • change hospital menus to include more nutritionally sound options
  • build a global network of health professionals, scientists, and students
  • create systemic changes and shape healthy food environments

We deliver evidence-based nutrition and health information, reevaluating our content regularly following the newest available and most thoroughly researched findings while recognizing and addressing the opportunities and limitations of particular research results and established scientific methods. We appreciate, welcome, and foster scientific exchange and discussion.

About the Role

As PAN is growing, we are constantly developing new and improving/streamlining already established projects. Events, especially digital events, are very important to us, as they educate, connect and grow our international community, and constitute an effective way to implement nutrition in medical education.
As our Events Project Manager, you will be responsible for advancing and optimizing our already established and successful webinar series, and assessing opportunities and needs for adding new formats to our portfolio.

Existing events and new formats include:

  • our German webinar series “Iss Das!” (“Eat that!”)
  • our English webinar series “A Taste of Healthcare”
  • our introductory webinars in the “PAN Essentials” series
  • culinary medicine events (digital / in-person)
  • single events on special topics, aligned with output of our other projects
  • future digital, hybrid or in-person events and conferences
  • smaller projects in different departments, i.e. PAN University Groups, fundraising

As our Events Project Manager, you will also be responsible for planning and overseeing these current and future projects, and ensuring they are completed with the highest quality possible, on time, and within budget.

Responsibilities:

  • determine and define project scopes and objectives
  • predict resources needed to reach objectives and manage resources in an effective and efficient manner
  • prepare budgets based on the scope of work and resource requirements
  • track project progress and costs, identify obstacles and create solutions
  • develop and manage a detailed project schedule and work plan
  • measure project performance to identify areas for improvement
  • lead a team of staff and volunteers working on projects
  • research and identify suitable experts to talk at events and manage the booking and onboarding of speakers
  • align with the Director of Marketing to ensure timely and well-planned promotional campaigns take place to optimise attendance numbers
  • establish and maintain collaborations with partners for the events (i.e. medical schools, medical student associations)
  • evaluate and establish CME certification for events
  • establish webinars as electives at medical schools/universities

PAN consists of a team of highly dedicated and intrinsically motivated staff and volunteers. As a growing nonprofit start-up, we constantly evolve and create new working fields to advance our mission. As part of our core team, you will be given the opportunity to develop ideas from the start and take meaningful and diverse projects from concept to delivery on a global level.

Requirements

  • extensive experience in project management (with a focus on events)
  • ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects in parallel
  • excellent leadership, teamwork, and interpersonal skills
  • strong organizational and analytical skills
  • ability to perform well under pressure
  • confident demeanour and strong negotiation skills
  • proven track record of completing projects according to outlined scope, budget, and timeline
  • excellent spoken and written English
  • strong commitment to our values and mission, and high intrinsic motivation
  • ability to work remotely under minimal supervision
  • willingness to work as part of a global, remote team
  • preferred: PMP certification
  • optional: work experience in the health sector or completed medical training
Strengthened by Diversity

At PAN, we believe that the best ideas come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds, and experiences. Committed to inclusivity, diversity, and equity, PAN offers equal opportunities to all applicants regardless of colour, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, disability, age or genetic information.

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