Do you like organising, do you know how to get things done and are you not afraid to take responsibility? Are you hands-on and are you driven to make the next edition of the Careers Week the best ever?
FEB Careers Company is looking for:
Studying is not only about reading books, but also about personal development and future preparation. The Careers Week offers students the opportunity to prepare for their future and to improve their employability. It is an inspiring three-day event focused on economic and business job market with activities that help students to develop their employability skills and to get in touch with possible future employers. The Careers Week takes place from 1 to 3 October 2018.
We are looking for two motivated and hands-on student assistants to make the Careers Week a great success.
1. Event organisation
2. Promotion and communication
We look forward to receiving your application when you are:
The student that supports promotion and communication should have good writing skills in both Dutch and English and should be able to work accurately.
As a student assistant for the Careers Week you have to be available for approximately 8 hours a week from April on. In the weeks right before the event the workload will increase up to 30 hours a week and during the Careers Week we expect a fulltime availability.
Interested? Send your CV and short motivation before 26 March 2018 to Alieda Reijinga via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, contact Karin Koster at 050-3632941. Please explain which position you apply for (event organisation or promotion), explain your motivation for applying to this job, what relevant experience you bring and what other obligations you have in the period from April to October (number of courses, etc.). We look forward to receiving your application!
We look forward to receiving your application! NB. Interviews will be held in the week from 26 to 30 March.
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