Detail of the vacancy notice
Directorate T, Translation
Translation Management Unit – Translation Strategy Sector
Your Job and responsibilities
Interested in a position where you play a key role in the development of online communication policies and training solutions? Want to work in a Directorate at the service of two separate European Union institutions, and thus have the opportunity to familiarise yourself with different European Union (EU) projects and policies?
As an administrator in the Translation Strategy sector, you are responsible for contributing to the development of the directorate's internal and external communication strategies, and for the development and implementation of online communication and information policies.
You are responsible for coordinating and organising training, i.e. analysing training needs, developing training formats and elaborating training plans, as well as for identifying technical solutions for the provision of online and hybrid training courses.
You represent the sector in internal and inter-institutional meetings.
You are authorising officer by sub-delegation for budget lines 1420 and 2622.
You are part of a dynamic directorate where a wide range of internal and interinstitutional training courses, in addition to language classes, are offered, as well as formal and informal contacts with colleagues in other units through cross-service activities.
Are you the talent we are looking for?
- You have a thorough knowledge of one of the languages of the European Union (EU) and a satisfactory knowledge of another official language of the EU; for operational reasons, a good knowledge of English or French is necessary and the knowledge of the other language would be an asset.
- You have an excellent command of IT applications and tools (Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.) and the ability to learn other specific applications. Experience with SharePoint would be an asset.
- You have very good communication skills and ability to work as part of a team (but also independently when required) and to fit in with an international working environment.
- You have a strong sense of responsibility and the ability to work well under pressure and to set priorities.
- You are self-motivated with a very strong ability to take initiative.