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 event focused on economic and business job market with concrete activities that help students to develop their employability skills and to get in touch with possible future employers.
The 2 positions
We are looking for two student assistants:
1. One student with a focus on event organization
2. One student with a focus on promotion and communication.
As a student assistant for the Careers Week you have to be available for approximately 8 hours a week from March on. In the period right before the event the work load will increase and during the Careers Week we expect a fulltime availability.
We look forward to receiving your application if you are:
We offer you
Enthusiastic? Upload your resume and short motivation to your profile on Career ConNEXT and press the 'Submit Resume' button on top of this page before the 20th of February. Only if the button doesn't appear after uploading your documents (before it won't appear at all); mail your CV and motivation to Karin Koster, email@example.com
Please explain which position you apply for (event organization 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 March to October (number of courses, etc.). We look forward to receiving your application!
NB. Interviews will be held in the week from 22nd to 26th of February.
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