| You are warmly invited to provide us with updated information about any vacancy and/or training opportunity in your institution!Your vacancies will be therefore accessible on this page, helping paediatric oncology professionals to find the perfect job match. To post a job advert, we need:
For more information please contact the SIOPE Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This webpage is a one-stop-shop for paediatric oncology professionals, where you can find all the latest professional and training opportunities across the EU, as well as some useful information on cross-border mobility, citizens’ rights and social security. SIOPE and ENCCA constantly promote multidisciplinary collaborations across Europe and support individual researchers wishing to pursue a career in paediatric oncology, so that they can develop their careers and contribute to future advances in this field. The first success of this initiative was the hiring of a Clinical Research Associate at UCL in London through the adverts appearing on the ENCCA and SIOPE websites.
If you live and work in another EU country, it is very important to be aware of the local rules and regulations for:
- Benefits (occupational accidents and diseases, sickness, maternity/paternity, pensions, death grants, unemployment, early retirement, family, etc.)
- Where and how you have to pay tax.
A number of factors should be investigated: there may be considerable differences in housing cost and the general cost of living between EU countries. When finding somewhere to live whether renting or buying property, local advice should be sought. The process for provision of utilities (gas, electricity, telephone) will be different in each country and may take some time. If you are planning to move with your family the standards and costs of child care, schooling and education will differ and, school places may be limited. All doctors who wish to continue clinical practice will be subject to the regulations prevalent in the country to which they are intending to work. The process of acceptance is different in many countries and can be complex and time consuming. If you are unaware of the rules of employment or other factors affecting your employment status or ability to accept a post please contact the institution making the job offer directly.
Cross-boundaries job information in Europe:
- Information on international job searching in Europe: EURES, the European Jobs Network http://ec.europa.eu/eures
- General advice for people wishing travel and work within the EU can be found at. http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/index_en.htm
- Social security rights in EU countries: http://ec.europa.eu/social-security-coordination
If you are aware of interesting opportunities that could be promoted to all our community, please contact SIOPE at email@example.com