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+1 ECRE Policy Officer – Refugee Inclusion and Administrative Assistant January 5, 2017 Published by Ivana Petriskova Tweet Youth Exchange: InterACTive Colours → Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Reddit Administrative Assistant at the European Securities and Markets Authority Share 0 Pocket ← Short-term EVS with Olde Vechte Foundation Administartive Assistant at the International Visegrad Fund Similar Stories Administrative Assistant/Receptionist at International IDEA in Ethiopia LinkedIn 0 Deadline: 18 January 2017Open to: graduates with a University degree or equivalent experience, with the experience of work for a non-profit or within a comparable policy environment with a focus on inclusion and the rights of refugeesRemuneration: 2.200 to 2.700 EUR, plus additional holiday pay, insurance, transport and meal allowanceDescriptionECRE in Brussels is offering a Policy Officer – Refugee Inclusion, Administrative Assistant – UNHCR Strategic Partnership position for 12-months starting in February 2017. The purpose of the position is to support the inclusion of refugees in European societies through influencing European policy and practice on inclusion and integration.Key Responsibilities:Leading ECRE’s work on refugee inclusion;Influencing EU policy and practice;Monitoring and influencing EU funding for inclusion/integration;Support to inclusion of refugees in ECRE’s work;Supporting and mobilising ECRE membership;Networking;Contribution to ECRE’s overall work.EligibilityHave a University degree or equivalent experience; additional training is an advantage;Have minimum five years’ experience of work for a non-profit or within a comparable policy environment with a focus on inclusion and the rights of refugees;Be experienced in working for a network would be a strong advantage;Have organisational skills, be proactive, with a problem-solving approach; reliable and responsible; flexible and able to contribute to office life;Ability to work within a complex civil society alliance (open-minded, innovative ideas, patient, resilient, good negotiation skills and the ability to draft and promote compromises);Persons with a refugee background are strongly encouraged to apply for all positions at ECRE.RemunerationFixed-term contract for 12 months from starting date with the possibility of renewal and eventual transition to a permanent contract (subject to satisfactory performance);Salary range: EUR 2200 to 2700, plus additional holiday pay, insurance, transport and meal allowance.How to apply?If you are interested in applying please send a copy of your CV (maximum two pages) and a cover letter explaining why you are qualified for the position and the date you are available to start work to Catherine Woollard ([email protected]) by 18 January 2017, stating “Policy Officer” in the subject heading.See more information in the official call.
Tennessee defensive end Derek Barnett could rack up sacks against Bowling Green on Saturday.Tennessee, ranked 25th in the country, opens its season Saturday against Bowling Green (3 p.m., SEC Network) at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium. It’s the first meeting between the two schools.Here are five keys for the Vols in the opener.1. Get ahead early: Teams from the Mid-American Conference are often scrappy. In 2012, Bowling Green went to Florida and hung around for three quarters after grabbing an early lead. Last season’s Falcons also had a tendency to score on their first drive. Tennessee needs to score on at least one of its first few drives to get the home-state crowd into the game and strip the Falcons of their upset mentality.2. Pulverize the line: Bowling Green has an experienced offensive line, but so did Iowa in last season’s TaxSlayer Bowl and the Vols easily won that matchup. There should be plenty of sack opportunities for Curt Maggitt and Derek Barnett. Few things are as deflating to an offensive line as negative plays, and Tennessee’s defensive front has potential to force a large number of them.3. Find your five: There remains some uncertainty regarding Tennessee’s offensive line personnel. This is the position group that held this team back a season ago. The Vols need to go into the Oklahoma game with their best possible line intact. The opener should provide a good opportunity to figure out which players fit that mold.4. Don’t lose your man: Bowling Green can score points quickly, and Butch Jones was full of praise for quarterback Matt Johnson. Tennessee’s secondary was banged up this preseason and is down a couple bodies this season. Last season, some receivers had monstrous games against the Vols. The Falcons could have success moving the ball through the air.5. Put Quinten in: If all goes according to plan for the Vols, second-string quarterback Quinten Dormady, a true freshman, will enter the game in the second half. Josh Dobbs is likely to have an injury scare or two throughout the course of the season due to playing style. The more work Tennessee can get Dormady the better in case he is thrust into the starting role.Reach Matt Slovin at [email protected] or on Twitter @MattSlovin.TENNESSEE VS. BOWLING GREENWhere: Nissan StadiumWhen: 3 p.m. SaturdayTV: SEC NetworkRadio: 104.5-FMLast meeting: First meetingButch Jones ‘pleased’ with Vols’ preparation for openerTennessee’s 10 most impactful sophomores