UNI Europa is a European trade union federation based in Brussels, which represents 270 trade unions with more than 7 million members throughout Europe.
UNI Europa’s strategy is to build power for working people through strong unions and collective bargaining. We work towards a social Europe with quality jobs and fair working conditions for everyone.
We promote and advocate workers and trade union interests towards EU institutions and multinational companies. UNI Europa is part of UNI Global Union.
UNI Media, Entertainment & Arts (UNI MEI) unites unions and guilds to raise standards and enforce rights for creatives, technicians and auxiliary workers. Together, member unions take on pressing problems such as low pay, long hours and unsafe working conditions and campaign for freedom of expression and association, equality, diversity and a just digital transformation. The MEI sector is one of the most dynamic sectors within UNI Europa with a wide range of activities. For more than 20 years, the sector is engaged in two EU social dialogue processes - in the audiovisual and live performance sectors. Together with European employers’ associations, we are addressing economic, employment and social policies and undertake joint actions to advance economic and social progress and to promote good governance in the cultural and creative industries. The social partners have been implementing a series of joint projects including on health and safety, gender equality and diversity, skills and career development and the promotion of social dialogue.
As Coordinator of UNI MEI, you will have a key role in assisting with the implementation of several projects and our European advocacy work. The focus of your work will be the implementation of a new two-year project implementing the Framework of Actions on Skills in the European audiovisual and live performance sectors that the European social partners will be carrying out together from 1 September 2023. Some of these activities will include providing strategic input and preparing documents, communicating with representatives of member organisations as well as with representatives of the European employers’ organisations, skills councils and training providers as well EU institutions facilitating interactive workshops and other meetings.
The Project Coordinator will report to the UNI Europa Regional Secretary and the UNI MEI Policy Director.
UNI Europa offers attractive conditions with a competitive salary and an attractive package of fringe benefits in line with seniority and work experience. This includes complementary hospital insurance, a complementary pension scheme and meal vouchers.
The successful candidate will be based in Brussels/Belgium.
Applications to the position must be sent to Véronique Ernould, Director - Human Resources and Office Management at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than June 9th, 2023 and include:
Interviews will take place during the second half of June and beginning of July 2023.
For us to comply with new data protection laws, UNI Europa does not retain unsuccessful candidate applications. If you would like to know about future employment opportunities, please visit our employment website where all our vacancies are posted http://www.uniglobalunion.org/about-us/jobs.