Junior Research/Assistant

Job Code: Vacancy_JR1501
Deadline: 6 February 2015

Position description:

The International Centre for Black Sea Studies is looking for a new team member as Junior Researcher/Assistant. Responsibilities will include participation in funded research projects; organization and support of events; management and updates of website; social media communication; updates of database; with the potential to take on also other responsibilities, depending on experience and performance.
The ICBSS provides a dynamic, international work environment with strong ties to partners around the globe. This is a fulltime position based in Athens, Greece.

Requirements:

Master Degree or equivalent (ideally with 2 years working experience), in International Relations, Political and Social Sciences or Public Relations
Fluency in English
Experience in events organization
Advanced use of standard ICT applications (Office, Internet) and social media (facebook, twitter)
Valid work permit to work in Greece (wherever applicable)
Additional desirable qualifications include:
Experience in the implementation of EU funded projects and familiarity with other funding instruments and programmes
Knowledge of other languages, in particular Greek, Russian, Turkish or French
Location: Athens, Greece
Starting date: March 2015 (negotiable)
Deadline for applications: Friday 6 February 2015.

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter and CV in English by email to icbss@icbss.org with Vacancy_JR1501 in subject line. Any questions should also be addressed by email only to the same email address.
Please note that all applications will be treated in strict confidentiality and that only suitable candidates will be contacted.

Please read the Call.

Visit www.icbss.org for further information.

International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS)
Xenophontos 4, 10557 Athens, Greece
Tel.: +30 210 324 2321, Fax: +30 210 324 2244
Email: icbss@icbss.org, Website: www.icbss.org

Director General: Dr. Zefi Dimadama

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