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Join our compassionate EUROSPINE team and make a meaningful difference.

EUROSPINE - Community & Membership Project Manager (80%, Remote)



EUROSPINE, the Spine Society of Europe, is a non-profit organisation with a mission to optimise patient care and prevent spinal disorders. We achieve this by providing and supporting best practice lifelong learning, research, and quality assurance. We bring together all spine-related European stakeholders across disciplines, cultures, and countries. Our vision is to be the driving force and the primary and preferred partner in Europe and beyond for all spinal care issues.

About the Role

Are you a strategic and results-oriented individual with a solid project management experience and a passion for building and nurturing vibrant communities? Do you thrive on developing and executing impactful initiatives that drive member engagement and retention? If so, then EUROSPINE's Community & Membership Project Manager role is the perfect opportunity for you!

In this important role, you will shape the future of EUROSPINE by leading the development, execution and administration of strategic initiatives to engage members and grow the community. 

This will involve overseeing a portfolio of related projects designed to benefit our members, ensuring their alignment with our strategic goals, and driving overall programme success.  

A Unique Partnership Opportunity

An important part of this role is collaborating closely with our volunteer committees. These committees consist of top spine professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to support EUROSPINE's mission. You will serve as a project and programme management expert, collaborating with these committees to translate their knowledge and insights into actionable initiatives that benefit our members.  Your ability to build strong relationships, communicate effectively, and foster a collaborative spirit will be essential to the success of our member programmes and initiatives.  


Strategic Development & Execution

  • Develop, implement, and administer a comprehensive member programme designed to enhance the member experience, foster community, and deliver value to EUROSPINE members.
  • Conduct research and analysis to identify member needs and interests and use insights to inform project design and implementation.
  • Coordinate multiple projects within the programme, ensuring they contribute to the overall programme goals and deliver benefits to the EUROSPINE community.
  • Manage programme risks, monitor progress, and make necessary adjustments to ensure success.
  • Define programme objectives, set key performance indicators (KPIs), and establish a governance structure for the membership programme.
  • Communicate programme status and results to stakeholders, including EUROSPINE leadership and the Membership Council. Manage the day-to-day operations of the programme, including budgeting, scheduling, coordination, and reporting.

Guidance and Collaboration

  • Proactively support and guide the Membership Council and its committees and task forces in their efforts to integrate new members and strengthen the existing membership base.
  • Collaborate with other EUROSPINE councils (e.g., Education, Meeting, Research) to integrate member engagement activities into educational programmes, conferences, and other events.
  • Collaborate with internal teams (e.g., Marketing, Education) and external partners to execute projects effectively.

Community Building

  • Create a welcoming and inclusive community environment for all members, which encourages interaction, knowledge sharing and collaboration.
  • Partner with external organisations focused on spinal care to expand member benefits and resources.

Content and Communication

  • Collaborate with our Marketing Manager to curate and create content (e.g., blog posts, social media content, website content) tailored to the diverse interests and needs of EUROSPINE members.
  • Manage and maintain a dynamic EUROSPINE website focused on member resources and engagement opportunities.
  • Conduct surveys and gather feedback to ensure continuous programme improvement and relevance.
  • Prepare reports and presentations for EUROSPINE leadership on the progress and impact of member engagement initiatives.

Benefits of Working at EUROSPINE

Making a Real Difference

  • Optimise Patient Care: Join a passionate team dedicated to improving spinal care across Europe. Your work will directly contribute to EUROSPINE's mission of enhancing patient outcomes and preventing spinal disorders.
  • Non-Profit Impact: This is a unique opportunity to leverage your skills for a cause you care about.

Empowering and Collaborative Environment

  • Flat Hierarchy: We foster a collaborative work environment where your ideas and contributions are highly valued. 
  • Flexible Working Hours: Enjoy a healthy work-life balance working from home with flexible work arrangements.
  • Participate in Society Events: Network with colleagues and community members at EUROSPINE conferences and events. These gatherings provide valuable learning and development opportunities.

Additional Perks

  • Competitive salary and benefits package (details upon application)
  • Professional development opportunities (e.g., conference attendance, online courses)


  • Minimum of 3 years experience with a proven successful track record in project and programme management, community engagement, or a related field.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build relationships with diverse audiences.
  • Demonstrated experience collaborating effectively with subject matter experts and stakeholders in a volunteer or collaborative setting.
  • Strong project and programme management expertise, including the ability to take initiative and proactively lead processes, particularly in supporting the Members Council and committees whose members work on a pro bono basis.
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, Customer Relationship Management software and familiarity with project and programme management methodologies and tools.
  • Passion for EUROSPINE's mission and fostering a vibrant and engaged membership community.
  • Experience developing and implementing programmes for a diverse membership base is a strong plus.

Apply until 21 July 2024!

If you are excited about this opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the field of spinal health by shaping, delivering, and administering valuable programmes for our members, we encourage you to apply for the EUROSPINE Community Growth & Member Programme Manager position. Please submit your CV and cover letter highlighting your relevant experience and passion for our mission.


Jürgen Meier, Director of Meetings and Operations




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