The European Think Tanks Group (ETTG) is looking for a dynamic, self‑going and well‑organised assistant to support ETTG network coordination and events management, based in Brussels.
The European Think Tanks Group brings together five leading European think tanks working on international development and humanitarian issues:
These five institutes can count between them on some 350 researchers, covering all aspects of international development and humanitarian policy. They share a strong commitment to higher global welfare, and a strong belief in the importance of better collective action to achieve global goals. As think tanks and policy research institutes, they also share a commitment to effective outreach and engagement with policy makers and policy processes.
As ETTG assistant, you will:
You are based in the Brussels office of ECDPM and will report to the ETTG policy coordinator.
Our ideal candidate:
For information about the European Think Tanks Group, please have a look at our website.
If you are interested in the position, please send us your CV before 31 May 2019 (midnight).
You can address your application to Giulia Maci at email@example.com. The subject line of your application should read: ‘Application ETTG assistant‘. We will not take into account incomplete or late applications.
The preferred starting date for the position is 15 June 2019.