Job: EWI Project Manager, Alternative Solutions for Stability in Balkans
- The EastWest Institute, an international independent European-American non-profit organisation with programmatic activities in Eastern Europe (www.iews.org), seeks to hire a
Project Manager for a Project on Alternative Solutions for Stability in Balkans,
to be located at EWI Prague Centre.
The Project Manager will work on a regional political agenda aimed at finding a consensus for a sustainable settlement for the region and on the idea of a common economic space to create a favourable environment for investments in Southeastern Europe. The Project Manager needs to create open and productive links of cooperation and communication with governments in the region and outside it, as well as with key intergovernmental and non-governmental bodies and organisations, including the EU, the Stability Pact and various UN organisations.
a.. Advanced degree in political science, political economy or other relevant field;
b.. Strong interest in and deep knowledge of Southeastern Europe;
c.. Minimum 5 years of working experience with substantial experience in project management;
d.. Proven excellent research, analytical and writing skills;
e.. Experience with team work and team leadership;
f.. Excellent personal communication skills;
g.. Fluency in written and spoken English, plus proficiency in at least one regional language (Serbian or Croatian preferred).
More information about the position available from the contact below.
Interested applicants please send resumes and cover letters by 15 March, 2002 to Dagmar Aserova, Director of Human Resources, EWI Prague Centre, Rasinovo nabr. 78, 120 00 Prague, Czech Republic, Fax +420 2 2491 7854, e-mail daserova@...