Open call: Project Manager with focus on EU political and economic affairs

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If you are interested in planning, realisation and implementation of projects, interested in financial settlement of projects and advocacy activities. If you know how to coordinate project teams and also how to cooperate with shared services (Public Relations, Event Development, Human Resources) and if you have experience with participation in media, publication and participation in expert seminars this is the ideal job for you.

Center for European Affairs is seeking a new project manager.

What is offering to you?
Firstly, being part of a progressive team in one of the region’s most respected non-governmental organisations. Engagement with national, regional and European stakeholders.
Being involved in key projects such as the Tatra summit (the first economic and EU affairs forum in Slovakia), National convection on the European Union, Quartetorium and others.
Important young spirit and motivating international working environment with possibility of professional development and growth. Flexible working time.

How to apply?
In case of interest, please send your Resume together with a motivation letter to: hr@europeanaffairs.sk
Deadline: 31.10.2013

Requirements for offered job position:

  • At least a Master’s University degree in European Studies, International Relations, Political Science or Economics. At least 2 – 5 years working experience in respective areas (project management and the EU affairs /economic and political aspects of the EU integration/) preferably in an international organisation, consultancy or NGO sector. Internship or working experience within the EU institutions is an advantage. English at proficient level, other languages desirable
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Excellent writing and drafting skills
  • Strong interest in EU affairs, special focus on the economic and political aspects of the EU integration
  • Strong presentation skills, strong communication skills
  • Ability to quickly familiarise yourself with new content
  • Ability to work under pressure and to multitask with a proven track record of demonstrating initiative
  • Dynamic, independent, assertive and stress resistant personality

Marcela Barčáková

Source: Center for European Affairs

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