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EU Project Assistant

FIA - Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile

Brussels, Belgium

The role:

The EU Project Assistant will be assisting the Programmes Director with activities connected to the European Union funded projects; this requires close cooperation with external partners.

Tasks and responsibilities:

The successful candidate will have the following tasks and responsibilities:

  • Organise and administrate meetings, both internal and external;
  • Follow and administrate project work;
  • Create dissemination material for external audiences;
  • Create, implement and keep track of action plans;
  • Ensure a smooth, efficient and effective day-to-day operation;
  • Development and maintenance of websites;
  • Keeping track of project related expenditures, respecting accounting procedures;
  • Support the development and implementation of surveys;
  • Organise and support meetings, workshops and webinars;
  • Offer 360° support of public events;
  • Create, manage and support social media accounts.

Profile:

The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and skills:

  • University degree in a related field or equivalent;
  • Communication skills: A confident communicator with excellent written and verbal communication skills in English (C2 level); any additional language(s) an advantage;
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office tools and web content management (WordPress);
  • Knowledge of EU project management;
  • Prior event planning experience is an advantage;
  • Knowledge of current mobility developments and challenges, knowledge of the European institutions is an advantage.

The successful candidate will:

  • Establish and maintain positive working relationships both internally and externally;
  • Be able to work in a team as well as individually;
  • Be a fast learner, pro-active and flexible;
  • Be organised and able to prioritise time-sensitive assignments;
  • Have an eye for detail.

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