The European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) is Europe’s leading centre of excellence on European integration and the new challenges for public management. It is our mission to support the European Union, its Member States and the countries associated with EIPA by providing relevant and high quality services to develop the capacities of public officials in dealing with EU affairs.
In addition to the Maastricht based headquarters, EIPA has centres in Luxembourg and Barcelona.
Currently, we are looking for temporary assistance in the EU governance Unit in Maastricht.
Junior Assistant (F/M)
Part-time position (20 hours per week)
based in Maastricht (NL)
You will provide support in the training and research activities of the Unit, in particular the tasks are:
- Document search as well as other materials and examples in the context of EU policies and policy-making
- Assistance in building case studies and learning exercises
- Research in support of the preparation of seminars and other projects
- Assistance in the preparation of presentations in cooperation with project leaders
- Other related tasks.
The ideal candidate has:
- Master diploma in order of preference: European Studies, European Law, International Relations, Politics, International Law,…
- A good familiarity with EU institutions and policy processes and interest in the practical side of policy-making;
- Excellent research skills
- Ability to help build case studies and learning exercises
- Good language and communication skills in English (C2 or mother tongue)
- Excellent computer skills (including Word, Excel, PPT, Adobe)
- Competence in developing visual materials and interest in online methodologies
- Preferably the nationality of one of the EU Member States, of the candidate countries to the EU, or one of the EEA countries.
Please apply by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Vacancy number V0197). Your application should be written in English and include a CV and a motivation letter. Only shortlisted candidates will be interviewed. The deadline for this vacancy is 15 September 2019.