Contract start date (tentative): 1st March 2018
Remuneration: According to EuroMed Rights’ salary scale, based on years of experience + reimbursement of public transport + lunch vouchers
Application deadline: 5 February 2018, midnight CET
The Programme Assistant will assist the Paris-based Migration & Asylum Programme Officer. S/he will be based in Brussels at EuroMed Rights office where the Advocacy Department and the Communications Department are located. S/he will work under the supervision of the Programme Officer.
In coordination with relevant programmes (Communications, Advocacy, country offices) when relevant, the Programme Assistant will be in charge of the following:
If you believe you qualify for this position, please send your CV and motivation letter (in English) by 05 February 2018 at midnight CET to Marie Picalausa, Administrative, Financial & Human Resource Officer, at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interviews will take place during the week of 12 February 2018. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
EuroMed Rights was founded in January 1997 in response to the Barcelona Declaration of November 1995 and the establishment of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP). It is the coordinating body of about 80 human rights organisations and institutions as well as individuals from over 30 countries.
EuroMed Rights’ organisational structure is built on a general assembly, an executive committee, working groups and a secretariat. Rooted in civil society the Network seeks to develop and strengthen partnerships between NGOs in the EuroMed region, i.e. networking aimed at strengthening the capacity of members to act and interact within the context of the region and the Barcelona process and other EU-Arab cooperation frameworks.
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