Currently ESTELA is looking for a Project Support Officer helping the team to coordinate an EU-funded project (as coordinator), as well as engage on other projects and policy issues.

Job Category: EU Policy Research & Project Management

Job Experience: min. 3 years

Job Location: Brussels

Contract: Limited duration contract

Starting date: June 2019

His/her main responsibilities:

Supporting and managing EU-funded projects:
Monitoring the overall progress and deliverables of the project, preparing and writing the technical reports for the EU projects;
Supporting the EU project management: acting as contact point on behalf of the organisation within the project consortium;
Supporting the organisation of meetings and events
Managing external stakeholders:
Contacting national stakeholders and policy makers;
Maintaining good relationships with stakeholders
Supporting the team’s day-to-day operations
Monitoring national and EU energy policies and assessing their impact on the STE/CSP sector’s activities;
Supporting the day-to-day operations of the secretariat (such as members’ meetings, workshops, conferences)
His/her qualification:

University degree in relevant field (political sciences/economy/environment…);
Deep understanding of the Energy/Renewables sectors at national, EU and world levels (especially in the STE/CSP sector is a plus);
At least 2-year experience in management/coordination of EU-funded projects (ideally as coordinator of EU-funded projects);
Experience in coordinating and managing external stakeholders;
Excellent written and oral communication skills in English (knowledge of writing technical reports is a plus);
Proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc.) is a must.

His/her profile:

Good communication and interpersonal skills and relationship management skills (can quickly establish good relationships with contacts);
Strong analytical, organisation skills;
Friendly, helpful, confident and engaging personality;
Flexible: available to travel when required and able to work in a small team.

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To apply for this position:

Send a CV and cover letter to Mr. Marcel Bial, Secretary General of ESTELA, at the following e-mail address admin@estelasolar.org before 30/4/2019.

Please note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview.

For more information on ESTELA and what we do, please visit our website www.estelasolar.org


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