University graduates are invited to join the Association of European Cancer Leagues on a full-time six-month internship that will commence in February 2021. Interns will manage the ECL’s ‘Youth Ambassadors for the European Code against Cancer’ program and supporting the coordination of ECL's working groups. The deadline is on 4 December 2020.
Internship at Cancer Leagues
The Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL) provides a unique platform as the only organisation with the mission of uniting, at the European level, national and regional cancer leagues to achieve a cancer-free Europe.
Interns will manage the Youth Ambassadors programme ensuring that Youth Ambassadors are updated on activities and opportunities and reporting on individual and joint activities, lead joint campaigns to recognise World Cancer Day and the European Week Against Cancer and coordinate periodic meetings and conference calls to monitor the progress of the programme.
Additionally, participants will contribute to the implementation of the action plans of ECL’s working groups.
Interns will also support the ECL Secretariat with the organisation and management of virtual and offline meetings as well as the preparation of materials and reports for other engagement activities. Interns will receive an allowance of € 812,90 per month plus standard workplace benefits.
The deadline is on 4 December 2020.
Candidates should have an excellent command of written and spoken English and possess a degree level qualification in a subject relevant to the activities of the position.
Applicants should attach a CV and a one-page motivation letter. Interviews will take place via teleconference with shortlisted candidates shortly after the deadline. The interview will be followed by a written test on the same day.
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