ERRIN is looking for a Head of projects - Extended Deadline

ERRIN is looking for a Head of projects - Extended Deadline

In view of the upcoming departure of ERRIN's current Director of projects, Ryan Titley, ERRIN is looking for a replacement to start in September 2024. The new colleague will work closely with the ERRIN Director on strategic planning, and lead the implementation and development of ERRIN's current and future project portfolio.

About the role

The Head of projects will coordinate ERRIN’s involvement in European projects, ensure strategic planning of new projects, and foster strategic partnerships with external stakeholders, including EU institutions. Together with the ERRIN team, the Head of projects will develop and ensure an excellent delivery of ERRIN’s project portfolio.

The Head of projects will work closely with the ERRIN Director on financial planning and management, as well as staff management. As part of the organisation’s management team, the Head of projects will take an active role in developing the network.

ERRIN currently participates in ten European projects mainly funded by the Horizon Europe programme. ERRIN project engagement is driven by a network strategy and is delivered in close collaboration with the ERRIN member Working Groups and thematic Clusters.

Find the full overview of responsibilities in attachment.

Candidate profile

We are looking for a colleague with a minimum of five years experience in a management role involving strategic planning, financial planning and coordinating a team. The candidate should have extensive experience in project management, and working with local and regional governments and their stakeholders, be familiar with the functioning of a membership association and have excellent interpersonal, networking and communication skills.

The candidate is expected to start in September 2024 and should be based in Brussels or willing to relocate at the start of their contract.

Find the full overview of requirements in attachment.

What we offer

We offer a permanent contract with a competitive monthly salary between €5000-6000 depending on experience. Other benefits include 13th month, hospitalisation and healthcare insurance, meal vouchers and transport pass for Brussels.

The average weekly working time at ERRIN is set at 40h/week with reduction of working time (RTT).

ERRIN promotes a healthy work-life balance and offers flexible office/homeworking schedule.

How to apply

Applicants are requested to send a one-page letter clearly describing their experience related to the requirements, including the possible starting date, and a CV with contacts for two references to

Please mention “ERRIN Head of Projects” in the subject of the email.


The deadline to apply is 26 May at 17:00 CEST.