Be of master’s level;
Have excellent written and spoken English (C1 level). Other languages will be considered an asset,
Have an interest in working in an international environment and being introduced to the daily
functioning of a small Brussels-based, not-for-profit association. This includes dealing with a wide
variety of tasks ranging from purely technical/administrative to policy-related tasks.
A period of 6 months, from Nov./Dec. 2020 through April/May 2021 (flexible).
Assist with communication activities including writing and uploading content for the Coimbra Group
website, monthly newsletter and social media platforms;
Assist with the management of the Coimbra Group Scholarship Programme for young researchers
from Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa and the European Neighbourhood (answer queries, ensure
the applications fulfil the eligibility criteria, classify applications);
Provide administrative support to the Coimbra Group Office staff in the preparation of documents for
the General Assembly and in the organisation of events, meetings, workshops and other activities;
Attend and report on meetings related to higher education and research cooperation and policies.