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Vacancy | Student wanted | Exchange Office, FEB

12 September 2017

The Exchange Office of the Faculty of Economics and Business is looking for a second or third year student, studying at our faculty, to come and work with us on an on-call basis starting October 2017.

We expect you to be available for an average of about 6 hours per week. The number of hours that you will work will differ every week. Especially during busy periods (vacation periods, October/November, March to May, or when a colleague is ill) you will work more hours, while in quieter periods you may work less.

We would like to hire someone who will be available for a period of at least one year.

Job description

  • Helping with the organization of information events and webinars for exchange students
  • Issuing and sending of information documents such as key data sheets, acceptance letters, invitations, information on registration at SSH and course enrollment etc.
  • Processing some light paperwork


  • You have a good command of the English language, especially in writing.
  • You have a customer friendly attitude.
  • You can deal with stress very well.
  • Accuracy, integrity and flexibility are words that would describe your work ethic.
  • You work well both independently and as part of a team.
  • Preferably you are an EU student and you already have some experience with passing on information to students.

Want to apply?

Please send your CV (max. 1 x A4) and a brief motivation letter by email to Ms. Ina Venhuizen ( ) before October 1st 2017.

Would like more information?

If you have questions about this position please contact Ina Venhuizen, the coordinator of the Exchange Office, by email (

Last modified:12 September 2017 3.21 p.m.

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