EQUINET IS HIRING AN ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE ASSISTANT (TRAINEESHIP)
As part of its Brussels-based Secretariat, Equinet is opening a traineeship position for the period October 2015 – March 2016, in order to assist the work of Equinet team.
The trainee will in particular support the Administration and Finance Officer and the Communication Officer in carrying out activities and tasks necessary for the administrative and financial management of the Network/Secretariat, and the planning and organisation of Equinet events.
This is a fulltime paid traineeship to be performed at the Equinet secretariat, located in Brussels, Belgium. Equinet offers the traineeship in the framework of a Convention d’Immersion Professionnelle under Belgian law with a financial monthly compensation of around € 930 net + holiday pay + meal vouchers + coverage of local transportation costs.
This legal scheme aims to help recent graduates getting a first professional experience in a field related to the main focus of their studies.
Support the Communication Officer / team in:
- Managing and updating of an Equinet central Database of contacts and other databases and lists
- Drafting and preparing internal membership communications
- Producing the Equinet print materials, particularly Equinet publications and reports.
- Managing communication between the Equinet secretariat and Equinet members.
- Support in dissemination of Equinet communications and policy materials.
In order to apply, candidates are requested to send their latest CV along with a cover letter (maximum one page-long in English) explaining their motivation in applying for the position. All applications have to be sent by email to email@example.com.
The deadline for applying is set to Sunday 11 October at midnight. Applications received after the deadline will be disregarded.
Interviews for the position are scheduled to take place in the week of 19 October.
Only selected applicants will be contacted.
Equinet is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to equal opportunities for all irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, religion or belief, race or ethnicity, age or disability