AEIDL seeks a reliable and efficient Communications Officer to assist and report to the Communication department.
AEIDL’s goal is to support the establishment of a Europe made by citizens for citizens, taking into account the unique social, economic, cultural and environmental aspects of each territory, in a process of sustainable development, based on equal opportunities and partnership.
AEIDL is routinely involved in projects aimed at bringing Europe closer to its citizens, promoting interaction between citizens and civil society organisations, and promoting intercultural dialogue.
AEIDL engages in EU projects that are aligned with its organizational values. Among others, AEIDL provides technical support and assistance for European-level communication activities for the LIFE programme through the LIFE Communications and Events Team. This primarily involves the dissemination of the results of supported projects and facilitating the transfer of experience and know-how to specific target groups. AEIDL is responsible for a variety of specific tasks, including the production and dissemination of thematic publications and best practices, the design and maintenance of the LIFE website and databases, and the organisation of and participation in a wide range of events. In addition, AEIDL leads communication, dissemination and engagement activities in several EU-funded projects related to rural development, integration of migrant communities, environment, etc.
A reliable, efficient, well-structured and highly organised Communications officer who is able to plan and organise his/her involvement in multiple projects at the same time.
You’re a proactive team player who isn’t scared of stepping in to support your colleagues. You have minimum 3 years of communication and networking experience at EU level, preferably in an EU institution, NGO, consultancy or stakeholder organisations.
This is a fulltime, Brussels-based role, dealing mainly with the LIFE Communications and Events Team and a number of EU funded projects such as DESIRA (Digitisation: Economic and Social Impacts in Rural Areas) and SHERPA (Sustainable Hub to Engage into Rural Policies with Actors).
A challenging and motivating role with an attractive remuneration based on experience, and the possibility to work within a dynamic and multicultural team in the heart of Brussels.
Please send your CV and a cover letter explaining your motivation and how you match the job description to: email@example.com with following ref. in the subject line: HR/CO-0819.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Closing date: 6 September 2019.
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