Traineeship for Programme support (Turkey)

Traineeship for Programme support (Turkey)
European Endowment for Democracy, Belgium

1 Year
0 - 0
Job Type
Job Shift
Job Category
Career Level
Bachelor's Degree
Total Vacancies
1 Job
Posted on
Mar 11, 2024
Last Date
Mar 16, 2024

Job Description

The European Endowment for Democracy (EED) is a grant-giving organisation based in Brussels.

EED’s goal is to provide flexible support to democracy activists, complementing other EU and member state democracy support programmes. EED provides context-based, demand driven support based on a principle of fostering democracy and facilitating initiatives of local actors. EED believes in taking an unconventional approach to supporting democracy through investing in transformational ideas and the people behind them. Its geographic mandate covers the European neighbourhood and beyond, including Turkey.

EED seeks a trainee for a 12-month traineeship (starting in August/ September 2024) for its Turkey Programme Support.

The trainee will assist the Programme Team responsible for Turkey with a range of tasks, including reviewing proposals, monitoring/assessing ongoing projects, collecting and providing information about EED partners’ work and assisting with arranging events and advocacy meetings for relevant EED partners.


We seek candidates who have an interest in and clear understanding of the work and dynamics of civil society and good knowledge of the region’s political context. Proficiency in Turkish language required, in addition to English.

Start date: August/September 2023, duration: one year

Should you be interested in a position and meet the criteria, please submit your CV (Europass format), motivation letter and contact information for two referees. Applications should be made online using the apply panel on this page. After successfully submitting your application, you will receive an automatic email confirming receipt of your application. Please no phone calls/emails/letters.

The application deadline is Sunday, 21 April 2024 at midnight Brussels time.

Unfortunately, we cannot respond to every application, therefore only short-listed candidates will be contacted. The information provided in the application is subject to EU legislation on protection of personal data and confidentiality of information. Applications will be subjected to pre-employment screening amp; vetting, including criminal records check.


The expected level of monthly remuneration is around 1,800 net per month, in addition to meal vouchers and the reimbursement of a monthly subscription to Brussels public transport.

Citizenship of an EU Member State or residency in the European Union is preferred, but not mandatory.

Work place: EED Secretariat, located in the centre of Brussels, Belgium.

The contractual relations with the trainee will be regulated by a Convention d'immersion professionnelle (a professional immersion agreement under Belgian Law). Citizenship of an EU Member State or residency in the European Union is preferred, but not mandatory.

EED requires all trainees to be less than 30 years old.

Non-EU nationals must fulfil the following criteria at the time of selection in order to be eligible for receiving a Belgian work permit:

• Have a university degree which is not older than 24 months or be currently enrolled at a university in a third country (non-EU)


• Be enrolled at a Belgian university and be in possession of an Annex 15 or residence card A that allows you unlimited access to the Belgian labour market

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