JOB DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR
EHFA PROJECTS & EREPS PROGRAMME (CPP)
The CPP’s role is to help the development
of the EHFA, in line with business objectives, and to aid the development of
new partnerships to secure the long term future operation of the Association.
In particular this will include working closely with the Director of Projects
and Programmes (DPP) and the Head of Brussels Office to assist in delivering:
The development of bids for funding at an
EU, national or regional level and to assist with the coordination, monitoring
of ongoing progress, and reporting on outcomes for secured projects in line with
business expectations, strategic directions and actual project objectives.
The coordination with project partners, EU
Commission and EU Associations, national and regional agencies in the delivery
of project outcomes, ensuring administration and budget control requirements
are properly applied.
Regular reports for on project progress and
development and attending meetings where necessary.
Regular updating and development of
websites under the control of the Association and as required for each project
Helping the DPP, Executive and Head of
Brussels office to build a comprehensive technology and IT system to deliver
business and project objectives.
The operation and delivery of European
Register of Exercise Professionals (EREPS) according to its business plan and
overall aims and objectives. In cooperation with the DPP this will include:
Advising applicants about the suitability
of their qualifications for registration, and appropriate training to support
individual personal and professional development.
To liaise with national partner registers
as they are developed and implemented.
Helping to ensure that key documents are
kept up to date, and are translated as required.
Ensure the efficient and proper receiving,
checking and approving of registration and re-registration applications and
liaise with other managers and in cooperation with other partner national
registers within the Brussels office and including administering the EREPS
liability insurance scheme.
Ensuring that members of EREPS are issued
with a certificate of registration, membership card and which is replicated as
a publicly accessible and verifiable list of all members, and in translated
format as required by partner national registers (and certificate of insurance
Liaise with the Head of Brussels Office to
ensure the smooth operation of the EREPS office, including the data-processing,
printing of materials and literature, and posting, notifying and coordinating
with members and ensuring financial accountability for registration and
Oversee the administrative function of the
implementation of EREPS with other partner national registers.
The position of CPP is based in the
The ideal Candidate:
Knowledge of Higher Education in Europe and
of EU policies in the field of Higher Education, with interest in Sport,
Fitness and Health
Some experience in the administrative
management of EU-funded projects
Some experience in organising project
partners’meetings (setting agenda and follow-up, logistics);
Good administrative skills
Proactive, flexible, and with a problem
solving attitude; highly accurate
Language skills: perfect command of written
and spoken English (the working language of the association is English); other
languages a strong asset, especially Dutch or German.
Strong IT skills: MS Word, PowerPoint and
Excel, Outlook. Understanding of database principles, insight in Web site
Excellent team player and ability to work
independently; strong organisational skills; able to take on additional
responsibilities when required