EFAH - konkurz na místo v Bruselské kanceláři
European Forum for the Arts and Heritage vypisuje konkurz na plný pracovní úvazek ve své kanceláři po dobu 6 měsíců (možné i prodloužení) v Bruselu. Nová osoba má doplňovat roli generálního sekretáře a poradce EU politiky, přičemž hlavní náplní práce bude shromažďovat strategické informace o vývoji v Evropské unii se zřetelem na kulturu. Termín do kdy se mohou kandidáti hlásit je 24. června 2005, 17 hodin.
Information and communication officer - European Forum for the Arts and Heritage - EFAH
Start date: September 1st 2005.
The information and communication officer will be a key staff member in the EFAH office, located in Brussels. He/she will play a complementary role to the Secretary-General and EU policy adviser, with a key focus on the strategic gathering of information on EU developments relevant to culture, the mapping of stakeholders in the cultural field for membership development purposes, and the coordination of EFAH's Annual Conference. Additional research and administrative tasks are to be expected.
Applicants should have a university education, be proficient in French to mother-tongue level, fluent in English and be computer literate. Proven writing skills, an ability to assess information especially from EU institutional sources and to organise and present it, are required. Good communication skills are expected. Some experience and knowledge of the EU political setup and the cultural world would be an advantage.
Salary: 1200 eur (gross salary). Initially a 6-month appointment will be made, with the possibility of extension and salary increase. Local Belgian employee status.
Applications in English, by e-mail only, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date Friday 24th June, 5 pm
Successful candidates should be available for interview in Brussels on:
Wednesday 6th July.
More information at www.efah.org or from the EFAH office,
EFAH was established in Brussels in 1992 as an independent international non-profit association. EFAH is a membership organisation with over 80 European networks and cultural associations, which in turn represent over 5,000 cultural organisations across Europe. EFAH is an advocacy organisation working to put culture at the centre of European Policy making, and to raise awareness of the role that culture plays in European economic, social and civil life. EFAH acts a voice for the cultural sector in civil society dialogue with the EU institutions and decision-makers.