La proposta di oggi ci arriva dalla sede di Bruxelles del Goethe-Institut, che ricerca una risorsa per inserirla nello staff che si occupa della gestione di un progetto Erasmus recentemente acquisito. Attenzione, si tratta di un part-time (19 ore a settimana).
The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institute, active worldwide. We promote the study of German abroad and encourage international cultural exchange and educational cooperation.
The objective of the Erasmus+ project “Skills for Life – Orientation Toolbox for Life Design” is to develop, implement and mainstream a toolbox that will provide educators with the tools they need to teach “Life Design Skills” to youngsters 12-14 years old.
This project will be implemented with partners in Belgium, Germany, Romania and Italy from the StartNet network on young people’s #TransitionToWork. It will help young people to receive the knowledge, mindset and skills they need to make informed choices concerning their education, and thereafter to develop their professional lives in a labour market that will primarily be characterised by change.
The remit of the position will include the following main activities: • Support to overall management and coordination of the project. • Facilitation of communication within the consortium. • Support to project planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation. • Support monitoring and impact assessment of project results. • Overseeing the implementation of the Communication and Dissemination Plan. • Coordinating the logistical aspects of this project, including financial controlling
Our requirements: • University degree (or equivalent) and first relevant professional experience. • Knowledge or particular interest in education and youth policy, orientation and career guidance. • Project management skills and budgetary understanding are of advantage. • Editorial skills and ability for writing texts and reports. • Eagerness to work in a team, with international partners, flexibility, as well as the ability to work independently on own initiative. • Excellent knowledge of English; German and other foreign languages are an advantage.
Useful additional skills: • First experience in implementing Erasmus+ • Knowledge of monitoring and evaluation.
We are offering an interesting and varied position with a corresponding salary based on the employment conditions currently applicable at the Goethe-Institut in Brussels and based on the current remuneration scale (V1). The project assistant will work together with colleagues of the StartNet project at the Goethe-Institut Brüssel. The open, engaged team and international project environment provides an excellent opportunity for first professional experiences, personal development and growth. The starting time is 02/11/20.
Please send us a complete application including the usual documents by 05/10/20 at the latest to the head of administration of the Goethe-Institut Brüssel, Ms. Annette Huerre.Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org