The European Platform for Rehabilitation is looking for a Policy, Projects and Events Assistant
The European Platform for Rehabilitation (EPR) is looking for a full-time Policy and Project Assistant to join the secretariat in March 1st.
Deadline for applications: 23.00 CET 29th January. Applications will only be accepted by email with the required application form.
Find the application form and full job description here: https://www.epr.eu/epr-is-looking-for-a-policy-projects-and-events-assistant/
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- University degree in Political Science, International Relations, European Studies, Project - Management or other relevant discipline, or equivalent work experience
- Excellent organisational skills, with ability to work on a variety of tasks simultaneously to a high standard; prioritising and meeting deadlines in an independent manner
- Fluent spoken and written English
- Fully computer-literate with advanced knowledge of MS Office
- Proactive, efficient and motivated, flexible, team-player
- Interest in social and disability-related policies, social services
- Committed to non-discrimination and equal opportunities for people with disabilities
- Experience in event organisation
- Knowledge/experience in the social sector/rehabilitation services
- Understanding of EU social and disability-related issues
- Working knowledge of other European languages, particularly French
- Understanding of EU project processes, development and administration
Role & responsibilities
- Monitor and report on EU policy developments writing through news articles
- Research for and support policy analysis and drafting of briefings
- Support the organisation of and reporting from online, hybrid and in-person events
- Support project administration and resource gathering
- Contribute to drafting of project applications
- Attend external events and report back
- Support the gathering and writing up of good practices from the network
The internship will be in the framework of a Convention dImmersion Professionnelle. The candidate must not have been employed in Belgium before or had a CIP contract before, and must have the right to work in Belgium. The internship will be for an initial period of 6 months with the possibility of extension to 12 months with mutual agreement. The internship could start with remote working outside of Belgium for a few weeks to facilitate the move, but it is based in Brussels, and cannot be carried out remotely.
Interested persons should apply by 23.00 CET 29th January by sending a completed Application form available in the job description (replaces the cover letter) and a CV to email@example.com.
European Platform for Rehabilitation - EPRRonald Schollaart