ENGSO Youth is hiring: Policy and Projects manager!
What does it mean to be an ENGSO Youth Policy and Projects manager?
to be a part of an enthusiastic international team;
to work in an environment where you can grow professionally and personally;
a have a chance to shape European agenda through policy papers and advocacy for youth and sport;
to represent #ENGSOyouth in various events;
to support international projects where you will be able to use sport as a tool for social change;
to have opportunity to build an international network;
to work remotely with flexible time arrangements.
What is expected from an ENGSO Youth Policy and Projects manager?
ENGSO Youth internal work
Support the development and implementation of the ENGSO Youth Strategy 2020-2023;
Coordinate ENGSO Youth Operating Grant within Erasmus+ KA3 (Civil Society Cooperation Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA));
Plan and prepare ENGSO Youth events together with colleagues and partners;
Support ENGSO Youth Communications officer in developing online content related to policy and projects.
Lead the preparation of ENGSO Youth policy and position papers on relevant topics connected to sport/physical activity;
Monitor and report on developments in various relevant EU policy fields (sport; youth & employment, volunteering, etc.);
Representation in ENGSO EU Advisory Committee;
Representation in relevant events on behalf of ENGSO Youth.
Coordination of projects
Overall coordination and overview of ENGSO Youth projects;
Lead new ENGSO Youth project applications and high-quality reporting together with colleagues and partners;
Coordination of annual ENGSO Youth Young Delegates meeting.
Qualifications and skills needed:
Excellent written and oral English;
Proven communication and negotiation skills, especially in international and culturally diverse environment;
Educational background in sport science, sport diplomacy, politics, international relations, European studies or other relevant field;
Knowledge of EU policies relevant to the field/an understanding of the EU policy landscape relevant to the field (sport; youth & employment, volunteering, etc.)
Experience in international project management, especially funded by ERASMUS+, Council of Europe, other EU and international donors;
Well developed administrative and time management skills.
Please note that applicants should be based in Council of Europe countries.
Application deadline: 25th October 2020
Application: CV and motivation letter (no more than 500 words) should be submitted to ENGSO Youth secretariat (email@example.com).
Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted shortly after the application period.
For more information please contact ENGSO Youth secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org