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05/07/2017

Eurocare is recruiting

We are currently seeking to recruit a full-time (m/f) Intern for a fixed period of five to six months.

You should have a strong interest in the field of political communication and be willing to work within an NGO to influence alcohol policy at EU level. As part of a small team, you will work closely on a wide range of topics gaining valuable first-hand experience in EU public affairs environment.

Tasks would include but not be strictly limited to:

  • Communication activities – website maintenance and update, contributing to newsletters, management of social media accounts, drafting of press releases and other materials.
  • Administrative support and logistics
  • Provide support for organisation of meetings, events and conferences
  • Support in policy monitoring, drafting news items & summaries
  • Follow up EU policy developments related to Eurocare mission and objectives, monitoring EU institutional activities and calendar

Profile:

University student or recent graduate (Masters) seeking work experience in European affairs within an international team. Communications background will be an asset.

Ideal candidate will have:

- A high level of English both written and spoken

- Good analytical skills

- Flexibility and ability to learn quickly

- Experience with practical aspects of event organisation (highly appreciated)

- Expertise in social media (highly appreciated)

- Ability to work both independently and in a team (with people from different cultural backgrounds)

- Experience with standard office software (is a must)

We are offering a full-time paid internship (900 EUR net per month), 5 days a week (Monday-Friday).

The internship period will be 5/6 months, starting as soon as possible.

Application deadline 20 July 2017

If interested in the internship, please send us your CV, a cover letter (1 page max.) and an article for the website on labelling of alcoholic beverages (400 words) to Mariann.Skar@eurocare.org

Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unfortunately unable to respond to all applicants and will only contact the shortlisted applicants.