Documentation & Research Officer
02 April 2013
Grade: A.1/A.2 (coordinated organisations)
The Documentation and Research Officer will work directly under the supervision of the EUISS Director and be tasked with the following duties:
- Reorganise and modernise the EUISS documentation services, with particular emphasis on online products and databases
- Coordinate the EUISS research support services, including the work of junior analysts and interns
- Plan and implement over time the preparation of the EUISS Yearbook, including documents, facts and figures, mapping and EUISS-related information
- Draw up, in consultation with the team of analysts and assistants, the Annual Report of EUISS Activities
- Collaborate with the senior analysts in all matters related to publications (tables, annexes etc.)
- In close collaboration with the Public Information Officer, help prepare reports, briefings, background materials and talking points
- In close collaboration with the Public Information Officer, provide support in all organisational aspects of meetings and public events
- Perform other related duties as required.
Candidates should possess:
- EU citizenship
- A university degree (Master’s level) in a relevant area
- Managerial experience
- A sound knowledge of the workings of the European Union, in particular CFSP and external action
- An excellent (near native) command of both English and French - knowledge of other official languages of the EU an advantage
- A good knowledge of relevant online documentation databases
- The knowledge and ability to develop a database for electronic documentation
- A highly-developed sense of initiative and responsibility, coupled with dynamism, organisational skills, logic and flexibility
- An ability to work well and fast in a relatively small international team.
- Submit their applications, together with a letter of motivation and a detailed curriculum vitae
- Supply the name and coordinates of two referees (who may be contacted only if a candidate is short-listed)
- Send their complete applications by Thursday, 25th April 2013 (1800 CET), via e-mail only to: jobs(at)iss.europa.eu with the reference DRO-2013 in the subject line.
Failure to meet any of the above requirements will lead to automatic disqualification.
The successful candidate will be offered a fixed-term three year contract, with the possibility of extension. S/he will be expected to start as from 1 September 2013.
Short-listed candidates will be informed by e-mail by mid-May with interviews to occur shortly thereafter. The EUISS regrets it is unable to respond to those who have not been shortlisted.
The EU Institute for Security Studies is an equal-opportunities employer in accordance with its Staff Rules and with EU regulations.