Vacancies at QCEA
Thank you for your interest in QCEA! Please note that we are not able to review open applications not in response to a posted vacancy – please don’t send us your CV for consideration as it cannot be processed. If you are applying for any open vacancy, please use the application form that you can download from the description.
We currently have one opening:
QCEA is advertising for a Transition Manager to join our team in Brussels to undertake a strategic review of our programmes and methods of work, to help us become more focused and effective in our European advocacy on behalf of Friends. Working closely with other staff and governance members, the postholder will make recommendations for improvement; s/he will also share responsibility for ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the organisation, including staff management and fundraising.
This senior post is suitable for candidates with experience in programme reviewing or planning (particularly in NGOs), effective team leadership and a collaborative approach. Analytical ability, financial skills and understanding of the values/methods of work of Quakers important. Experience of European institutions and French or Dutch language an advantage.
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please send a completed application form by email to: email@example.com.
We anticipate opening an application cycle in early 2016 for Programme Assistants. The information below is provided to whet your interest!
Programme Assistantships are early career positions for people who have recently completed education, to work in the QCEA team in Brussels. This is an opportunity to:
- To gain work experience in an international Quaker setting
- Work on one of QCEA’s programme areas:
- hate crime and social conflict,
- economic justice,
- peace, or
- sustainability, and
- To assist in the day to day tasks of QCEA and Quaker House
Applicants need to have an understanding of and interest in European institutions; commitment to the advancement of Quaker concerns at the European level; sympathy with the Quaker approach; willingness to undertake routine and domestic tasks; and good working knowledge of English (written and spoken). The work is intensive and varied.
A reasonable knowledge of French or Dutch will be helpful though not essential. Knowledge of other European languages would be very welcome. Appointees must already have the right to work in the EU and must have recently have completed a stage of (tertiary) education.
Accommodation and living allowance are provided.
You are encouraged to read our publications and our blog to get a sense of the work of QCEA. Click here for the 2015 job description and notes to applicants. Please note that we are not able to process any open applications – please check back in early 2016 for the next application cycle.
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