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WORK WITH US

IF YOU’D LIKE TO JOIN THE ACCESS INFO TEAM
EXPLORE OUR CURRENT VACANCIES HERE

Current Vacancies

3 October 2018 Access Info currently has three open job opportunities.
Applications close at 12:00 noon CET on Monday 5 November 2018.

Interested candidates should send a CV and a maximum one page cover letter expressing your interest in Access Info to info@access-info.org. Please send applications as soon as possible as we are looking to recruit immediately. If you have any questions about the position, feel free to drop an email to that same e-mail address.

» Communications Officer

You will be responsible for our external communications, working closely with the Executive Director and the team of researchers, analysts, consultants, and campaigners, as well as liaising with our partner organisations. Your task will be to help ensure that our campaign messages reach our key target audiences as well as the wider public. You will develop and maintain strong relations with journalists across Europe and in Brussels. You will help support internal communications within the team and with partners by supporting our internal information management systems. You will have the opportunity to engage in the substance of our work. The position may involve travel, primarily in Europe.

More information here: https://www.access-info.org/job-announcement/30749

» Website & Communications Assistant

You will work with the Communications Officer and the Access Info team, reporting regularly to the Executive Director. You will be responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the Access Info website (and other project websites), and related communication infrastructure (mailing list, social media, etc.). We have external technical support and maintenance of hosting and upgrades for the website, but you should have a very strong knowledge of WordPress and other IT experience in order to be able to ensure that all is running smoothly. The work will include uploading articles and graphics, preparing campaigns for sending via the mailing list and social media. You will coordinate with translators, and will liaise with our external hosting service. You will have an opportunity to engage in our campaigning work, in particular if you have strong data analysis and data visualisation skills. You will further have the opportunity to engage in the running of the AsktheEU.org website, which is run in collaboration with mySociety in the UK.

More information here: https://www.access-info.org/job-announcement/30725

» Campaigner / Researcher

This position involves work to promote transparency of the EU and at the national level across Europe. The successful candidate will engage in the full range of Access Info Europe’s advocacy activities, with responsibilities including managing projects and campaigns, conducting research and analysis, developing advocacy materials, working with partners across Europe and globally, meeting with representatives of governments and inter-governmental organisations, and making public presentations about the organisation. The position is for someone who already has relevant work experience, particularly in the fields of democratisation, governance, and human rights work.

More information here: https://www.access-info.org/job-announcement/30740

Interns and Volunteers

We are always looking for interns and volunteers to join our dynamic team. We prefer to host long-term internships (ideally over 3 months; 6 months is even better).

Your background and studies could be law, human rights, international relations, European studies, politics, economics, development, or communication. It’s important that you explain in your cover letter exactly why you want to come to Access Info and which aspects of our work interest you most.

Interns should have a fluent or native level of English, with very strong Spanish language skills (B2 or above). Other European languages are also welcome.

Internships are not remunerated but we do offer substantive work and a good learning experience. We can provide testimonies from previous interns. The internship often involves attending meetings (in Spain, in Brussels, or elsewhere) so there may be some travel involved.

If you are coming from abroad, you are expected to organise your accommodation in Madrid, although we can give you some tips.

When sending your application please attach a copy of your CV and a letter of motivation explaining why you want to work at Access Info Europe, what part of our work interests you, and any previous experience.

Please send your applications at info [@] access-info.org

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