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Administrative Assistant, European Institute for Gender Equality, EIGE

Deadline for application: 01 March 2019

Job summary

The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) is organising a call for applications with a view to establishing a reserve list for the post of Secretary.

Location: Vilnius, Lithuania


Based in Vilnius Lithuania, EIGE is a regulatory agency of the European Union (EU) entrusted with specific objectives envisaged to contribute to, and strengthen the promotion of gender equality.

The Institute collects and analyses comparable and reliable information at EU level and develops appropriate methodological tools for the integration of gender equality into all EU policies. It fosters the exchange of good practices and dialogue between stakeholders and raises awareness on gender equality. It also provides technical assistance to EU institutions, in particular the European Commission and the authorities of the Member States.

In the course of its work to promote and strengthen gender equality, EIGE supports policy- makers with high quality research and comparable data relevant to their work.

The post

Reporting to the Head of Administration, the jobholder shall provide administrative and organisational support to the Administration Unit, including document management, internal communication and logistical needs, and provide assistance with the financial management of expenditure and contracts by examining and preparing cost-statements for establishing financial documents for commitment, acceptance and payments, recoveries, etc.

The post demands a team player who is forward-thinking, analytical, well-organised and structured, one who constantly searches for ways to improve, shares learning and information and who works efficiently as part of a multicultural and multidisciplinary team.

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by eub2 -- last modified 31 January 2019