The European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats is an independent, network-based international hub for practitioners and experts. We build our Participating States’ capabilities to counter hybrid threats by sharing best practices, testing new ideas and approaches, and providing training courses and exercises. We are recruiting a small number of analysts to bolster our policy teams.
Within Hybrid CoE, analysts undertake policy-focused analytical work, which supports government practitioners in Hybrid CoE’s Participating States in comprehending and responding to the challenges that hybrid threats pose. This includes conducting and writing original analyses, commissioning and managing analytical projects, and presenting Hybrid CoE’s work at conferences and webinars. Analysts also support their policy teams, and the Centre as a whole, by undertaking coordination tasks such as helping to organize key meetings and events, routine budget management, and network coordination. Hybrid CoE is a vibrant and growing environment within which some of the Euro-Atlantic community’s key security policy challenges are tackled. It is a supportive and inclusive place to work, with a focus on well-being, and which offers a programme of internal training for all of its staff.
The successful applicant should hold a suitable master’s degree and have some experience of similar tasks, preferably in government or the broader field of international relations. Professional working proficiency in English (the working language at the Centre) is a prerequisite for the role, and all applications should be written in English. Applicants should be citizens of one of Hybrid CoE’s Participating States and should be willing to undergo a security clearance process. The salary for the positions based on a non-fixed-term contract is 2900-3200 euros/month.
More information about these positions can be obtained from the Centre (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications consisting of a two-page CV and a letter of motivation should be submitted by email to email@example.com by 29 July 2022 at 16.00 (EEST).
Hybrid CoE is an independent, network-based international hub for practitioners and experts, building its Participating States’ capabilities to counter hybrid threats by sharing best practices, testing new ideas and approaches, and providing training courses and exercises. Hybrid CoE cooperates closely with the EU and NATO. Current Participating States comprise Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the UK, and the USA.