JACIE Medical Officer

Advocacy & Quality of Care · Barcelona

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Are you looking for a job where you can make a difference and work in a non-profit? Would you like to be a part of an ambitious and international organisation on the cutting edge of science? Then this position might be right up your alley.

The EBMT is a non-profit medical and scientific organisation which hosts a unique patient registry providing a pool of data to perform studies and assess new trends. 


Our Mission

Save and improve the lives of patients with blood-related disorders.


Delivering an European Accreditation Scheme for Stem Cell Transplant and Cellular Therapies.


  • Support all stages of the Accreditation Process including developing professional education and standards for the JACIE Inspectors.
  • Represent JACIE and the EBMT liaising with the external stakeholders such as national societies, national representatives, Competent Authorities and others.
  • Act as the main medical, scientific and technical reference point within the JACIE Programme.
  • Lead the FACT-JACIE Standards development with the FACT colleagues as well as any other joint projects.
  • Support Legal and Regulatory Affairs Committee as an expert on Accreditation and Regulatory affairs.
  • Review Inspection reports to ensure high quality reports are reviewed by the Accreditation Committee.
  • Develop and deliver training to the JACIE Staff, Volunteers and the wider EBMT on JACIE and Accreditation process as required.
  • Develop and support the EBMT’s Advocacy strategy as relevant to JACIE and Accreditation.


  • Must be Medical Doctor, board certified Haematology.
  • At least 5 years’ experience HSCT.
  • Experience working in a JACIE accredited centre.
  • Experienced user of Microsoft products, particularly Excel. 
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English.
  • Knowledge of new treatment strategies and scientific developments and their impact on field of stem cell transplantation and cellular therapies.
  • Excellent communications skills. Ability to communicate effectively with people in a multicultural / multilingual environment. Comfortable speaking in public.
  • Negotiation skills.
  • Analytical & strategic thinking.
  • Networking.


  • Good understanding of the regulatory and accreditation frameworks in Europe.
  • Experience in writing grant applications.
  • Experience as a JACIE Inspector.
  • Good understanding of FACT -JACIE standards.


  • Be part of a non-profit society where you can make a difference.
  • Work alongside a multicultural and diverse international team.
  • Hybrid model based at Barcelona EBMT offices 2 days per week and working remotely 3 days.
  • Full time position and indefinite contract (37.5 hours working week).
  • Flexible working hours (starting from 8 to 10 am and finish accordingly).
  • 26 days of vacation per year.
  • Salary: 65.000 – 75.000 gross/year (depending on previous experience).



  • Private health insurance.
  • Monthly supplement to support nursery costs.
  • Support in training and professional development.
  • Some foreign travel.

Location (Hybrid)