• EU Projects & Communications Intern

    FIA Region I, currently involved in six EU research projects (L3Pilot, ARCADE, C-MobILE, Drive2theFuture, GVI and MODALES) is looking for a EU Projects & Communications Intern (m/f) to support the daily communication activities of the above projects.

     

    Place: FIA Region I office in Brussels, Belgium (home office depending on government recommendation)

    Job duration: 6 months, full-time (agreement with the university necessary)

    Start date: 01.04.2021

    Deadline for applications: 08.03.2021

     

    Tasks include, but not be strictly limited to:

    • Media monitoring & social media communication
    • Drafting/editing articles and distribution via our network
    • Updating websites (using WordPress)
    • Designing communication materials (brochures, banners, social media visuals, etc.)
    • Working with suppliers & liaison with project partners
    • Dissemination of the projects at events and conferences
    • Conduct desktop research on mobility related topics
    • Analysing and reporting on survey results

    Profile

    • A university student currently enrolled in a related field of study and available to work full time (learning/internship agreement mandatory)
    • An excellent command of English, both written and spoken
    • Good knowledge of MS Office tools
    • Creativity
    • A fast learner
    • Good analytical and research skills
    • Well organised, with the ability to prioritise time-sensitive assignments
    • Enthusiasm and a determination to get the job done right

    Candidates must have the right to work in Belgium. If you are not a student registered in a higher education institution and cannot provide us with a learning/internship agreement, your application will not be considered.

     

    What we offer:

    • A full-time internship, 5 days a week (Monday-Friday), from 9:00-18:00
    • Work experience in a highly international environment
    • Opportunity to deepen your communication skills
    • Get insights to European Union research projects
    • A stipend covering part of the living costs in Brussels

     

    Applications including CV and cover letter shall be sent to Olivier Lenz (internshipR1@fia.com) by 8 March 2021 with the subject line “EU Projects & Communications Internship 2021″.

     

    In your application, please respond to the following questions:

    • What is your knowledge and experience in this area?
    • Does your school require an internship as part of the curriculum?
    • Do you plan to move to Brussels to accomplish the internship?
    • Are you available to work fulltime in the six-months internship period?
    • Will you keep the studentship status until the end of that internship period?
    • Do you have the nationality of one of the 27 EU Member States? If not, do you have a work permit allowing you to work in Belgium? (please send us a proof)

     

    By submitting your application, you agree to FIA Region I storing your personal data for the purpose and duration of the internship selection process.