The IBRO Grants and Programs Coordinator will implement and coordinate our global funding
programs, including day-to-day communication with external organizers, IBRO’s five regional
committees, and early career scientists. The Grants and Programs Coordinator is part of a
dedicated team and reports to the Director of Grants and Programs. Specific responsibilities for
the position include program administration for IBRO’s close to 20 annual regional or global
programs and 30 funded schools, from the launch of the application process to the review and selection of awardees and participants. Our new colleague will also support IBRO’s career-tracking initiatives and alumni coordination.

IBRO offers a stimulating and supportive work environment within a strong team focused on
delivering our mission to the global neuroscience community. The secretariat of IBRO consists of
five full-time staff members that work in a transversal and integrated manner. The IBRO Grants
and Programs Coordinator will implement their role in coordination with other staff members and
should expect occasional travel in connection with international neuroscience conferences.

The Grants and Programs Coordinator must be systematic and detail oriented with a collaborative
mindset. Previous experience (minimum 1-2 years) with program management or scientific
administration is required for the position, and a degree in a relevant discipline is an advantage.
Very strong English language skills are required for the position (fluency in both written and
spoken English).

The Grants and Programs Coordinator will be based in the IBRO offices in Brussels, Belgium.
The position is permanent and full-time (38h /week). IBRO offers an attractive employee package
including lunch vouchers, group insurance, and retirement plans.

Interested applicants are invited to apply via this dedicated application form. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. The position closes on 10 March

More details regarding the candidate profile can be obtained by email request to

IBRO is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to supporting diversity and inclusivity in neuroscience
research. IBRO does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender, marital or parental status, sexual
orientation, ‘race’, color, ethnic origin, citizenship/nationality, age, religion, belief, or disability. Additional
information about the organization and its values can be found on its website