COORDINATOR FOR SEMINARS AND EVENTS, 1.2.2022 – 31.1.2024

The European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats is seeking a coordinator for its International Relations (IR) function. The coordinator is responsible for supporting the organization of the Centre’s seminars and events, as well as visits to the Centre. The coordinator participates in the planning of events, and is in charge of the practical arrangements related to them.

Qualifications: The preferred candidate will have a suitable educational background and previous experience of relevant tasks, preferably in an international working environment. Professional working proficiency in English (the working language at the Centre) and a good command of two other official languages of Hybrid CoE’s Participating States are required. Citizenship of one of the Centre’s Participating States and a security clearance are prerequisites for the position. The salary for the position is 2500–2800 euros/month.

More information about the position can be obtained from Rasmus Hindrén, Head of International Relations (rasmus.hindren@hybridcoe.fi). Applications consisting of a CV and a letter of motivation should be sent to the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats, Unioninkatu 20–22, 00130 Helsinki, or submitted by email to info@hybridcoe.fi by 20 December 2021 at 16.00 (EET).

The European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats is an international and independent expert organization of 31 Participating States, with a Secretariat in Helsinki, Finland. Hybrid CoE’s mission is to improve the preparedness and capabilities of its Participating States in countering hybrid threats, and to strengthen cooperation between the European Union and NATO in this respect. Hybrid CoE currently employs around 40experts of different nationalities, and the working language at the Centre is English. For more information about the Centre, please visit our website at www.hybridcoe.fi.

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