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Petr Ježek

Born in Prague in 1965. A graduate of Prague’s University of Economics, Petr Ježek joined his country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and served as a diplomat. For some ten years, he held relatively high posts related to the country’s ties with the EU, e.g. heading the Foreign Ministry’s European Integration Department and serving as Deputy State Secretary for European Affairs. He also worked as chief of staff of then Czech Prime Minister Vladimír Špidla. In 2014, Petr Ježek was elected Member of the European Parliament on the ballot of the ANO 2011 party.

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Traineeship opportunity at Petr Ježek’s Brussels office

Petr Ježek, Czech member of European Parliament (ANO, ALDE) is searching for a trainee for his Brussel’s office.

This traineeship would suit someone with a strong interest in the workings of the European Union. If you would like to acquire some practical experience and see how the European Parliament works, we would be happy to consider your application.

Main responsibilities:

  • To follow the work of EP Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home affairs (LIBE)
  • To follow the work of other EP committees
  • To prepare briefing documents for meetings
  • To support with administrative procedures

 

Essential skills:

  • Pro-active, the ability to manage and prioritise workload, drive      agendas forward and deliver results
  • Demonstrated initiative, problem solving and judgement skills
  • Ability to manage, analyse, summarise and present complex and      technical information
  • Excellent team working and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Flexibility and ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to multitask
  • Fluent written and spoken English
  • Administrative and organisational skills

 

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of Czech
  • Knowledge of French and/or German
  • Knowledge of the EU institutions
  • Relevant academic or professional experience

The traineeship will be based in the European Parliament in Brussels and there may be the possibility to travel to Strasbourg during the Parliament's plenary sessions. The trainee will be expected to begin work in February 2018 and the traineeship will run until July 2018. Trainees will receive a monthly maintenance grant as well as travel expenses reimbursement to move to Brussels. Trainees will primarily be supervised in their work by the Petr Ježek's Brussels team.

To be considered for the position, applicants should send a CV and a 1 page Cover Letter (both in English language) outlining how they feel they can contribute to the work of the office to petr.jezek@europarl.europa.eu

(please, mention email subject: STÁŽ / TRAINEESHIP).  Applicants should indicate when they would be available to move to Brussels to take up the post. The deadline for the applications is January 5, 2018.

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