Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is the biggest student network in Europe with its international headquarters in Brussels. ESN is present in nearly 500 Higher Education Institutions in 37 countries. ESN has been supporting student mobility since 1989 and conducts transnational surveys and research projects focused on mobility and internationalisation of higher education and student accommodation.

ESN is looking for a Project Coordinator for a project financed by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ KA3 funding.

Terms and conditions

  • Full-time position
  • Two year contract from November 2015 to October 2017
  • Salary 2500 Brut / month 
  • Transport and health insurance covered 
  • Casual, friendly work environment

Required skills and experience

  • Master’s degree
  • Background in communication and project management 
  • Quick-learner with a structured way of working
  • Very good knowledge of written and spoken English
  • Knowledge of project management techniques and methods
  • Knowledge of ESN projects and education policies at European level are a plus

Main tasks and responsibilities

  • Coordinate the implementation of the project’s deliverables, organising four conferences and developing a communication and advocacy plan
  • Prepare and manage project schedules and staff resources based on the project scope and requirements
  • Track and manage the project implementation, working closely with all project team members to ensure high-quality work on time and within the budget 
  • Proactively identify, communicate, and resolve potential project risks and issues
  • Producing detailed project documentation and specifications
  • Managing budgets and tracking project progress
For a more details, please refer to the PDF attached. To apply, please send your motivation letter and CV to [email protected] by Wednesday 30th September 2015 23:59 CET. Interviews (via Skype) will be conducted the following week with the shortlisted applicants.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any additional questions regarding the position.

Published by Erasmus Student Network AISBL
10th September 2015