FEB Careers Services and Corporations Relations is FEB's supportive staff department for career services for our students, external relations and alumni relations. We offer a wide range of courses, workshops, events and advice to prepare students for their future and help them launch a successful career. We work in a team of around ten staff members (director, corporate relation managers, project managers, communication staff and an alumni officer).
For our Alumni Officer, we are looking for a student assistant to complement her daily activities. Working as student assistant you will take on alumni event management tasks, support in alumni relations management, update our alumni database andmaintain or FEB Alumni Network platform consistly.
Are you a motivated, service-oriented, proactive, flexible and responsible person? Eager to develop yourself in a changing environment? Read along, because you could just be the one we are looking for!
What you will be doing:
Do you recognize yourself in these requirements?
You will be appointed for one day a week (8-hour contract) as a staff member of the Faculty of Economics and Business and will get paid accordingly. Working days are flexible per week and can easily be adjusted to your lectures and exams. Start: January 2018, in consultation with FEB alumni officer Susanne Klinkers.
For more information about working for FEB Careers Company’s as the Student Assistant Alumni Officer, please contact
Susanne Klinkers , Alumni Officer Career Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to apply, please send in your resume and motivation letter to email@example.com before December 14. Interviews will take place in week 51.
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