The Operational Section of the EU Delegation to Armenia is offering a traineeship of up to six months, starting on 17 October 2022.
The Delegation invites applications from young graduates residing in Armenia interested in international relations and curious to learn more about diplomatic missions.
The applicant should have at least a master’s degree in communication, media, development, climate change or the environment or other related fields and very good knowledge of English and Armenian. Good working knowledge of Russian would be an asset.
The main tasks include assisting in preparing visibility and communication activities for the section, as well as developing and implementing development projects in the field of climate change and the green economy.
The deadline for applications is 31 August 2022.
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