European Endowment for Democracy (EED) is looking for a trainee for a twelve-month traineeship for Grant–making Support (Eastern Partnership). The trainee will assist in the EED grant-making contractual, financial and administrative process.
In accordance with the Grants Management office policies and procedures, the Grant-Making Support Trainee shall:
Knowledge of grant-making cycle and experience in administrative work and assessment of financial reports strongly preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel necessary. High drive for detail and accuracy. Proficiency in Russian language required, in addition to English.
The contractual relations with the trainee will be regulated by a Convention d’immersion professionnelle (a professional immersion agreement under Belgian Law), which requires all trainees to be less than 30 years old.
Citizenship of an EU Member State or residency in the European Union is preferred, but not mandatory.
The internship is planned for the period of twelve months, starting in mid-June (subject to the formal approval from the Belgian authorities).
The expected level of monthly remuneration is around €1,450 net per month, in addition to meal vouchers and the reimbursement of a monthly subscription to Brussels public transport.
Work place: EED Secretariat, located in the centre of Brussels, Belgium.
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