EED is looking for a Programme Assistant Coordinator to support its flexible democracy support work in the Southern Neighbourhood (Middle East and North Africa).
The selected candidate will work under the guidance of the relevant Programme Manager(s) and reports to the Director of Programmes and shall be responsible for (in addition to the above-mentioned):
Level and type of formal education:
Please make sure you meet all required qualifications and experience before applying. Applicants must upload a motivation letter, a CV (in the Europass format), and contact information for three references.
Failure to submit these three documents shall result in the exclusion of the applicant concerned from the selection procedure.
Applications should be made online using “apply” panel on this page. After successfully submitting your application you will receive an automatic email confirming receipt of your application. Please no phone calls/emails/letters. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Applications should be submitted no later than 31 January 2022, midnight (Brussels time). Interviews will be planned in Brussels for short-listed candidates. A written test may be organised.
The applications will not be returned to candidates but will be kept on file by the EED. The information provided in the applications is subject to EU legislation on protection of personal data and confidentiality of information.
Applications will be subjected to pre-employment screening & vetting, including criminal records check.
EED is not an international organisation or EU institution and its employment contracts are fully based on Belgian Employment Law.
Indicative NET salary is around €2,200 per month with standard benefits foreseen under Belgian labour law (meal vouchers, 13th month salary etc.), with additional medical insurance.
The successful candidate will be offered a fixed term contract of two years.*
Expected start day at EED: March/April 2022
Working place: EED Secretariat located in the centre of Brussels, Belgium
*The finalisation of the recruitment process will depend on the availability of foreseen donor funds.