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Call for candidates

Apply for a position of Nucleus member within the Council on Hypertension

Three positions as Nucleus member are now open:

Liaison officer - Young community officer - Communications officer

Apply before 30 April 2017. These positions are on a voluntary basis.

Open Council Positions

Candidacy Eligibility

  • Candidates must be members of the Council on Hypertension
  • Only Council members whose place of work is an ESC member country can be elected to Nucleus positions
  • Are not eligible persons who, if elected, will hold simultaneous positions on Nuclei/Boards of other ESC Constituent Bodies
  • Candidates should preferably have an academic degree
  • Candidates should have a reasonable publication record in the field of hypertension
  • Previous experience as an official within the ESC or another national/international professional society in the field of hypertension or a related area is definitely in favour of the candidate
  • Candidates must be persons of integrity


If you would like to be a Nucleus member of the Council on Hypertension, we invite you to send:

  • a one-page curriculum vitae
  • a letter of motivation clearly indicating your suitability for the role and any previous experience with positions within ESC or another professional society in the field of hypertension or a related area - maximum 500 words

Please send your application to before 30 April 2017.

If you are not a member of the Council on Hypertension, please join us.