The European Law and Governance School” (ELGS) is a higher education institution that has been created by, and operates under the auspices of, the European Public Law Organization (EPLO) an intergovernmental organisation. The European Law and Governance School is founded upon the belief that the European Union plays a crucial role in ensuring global stability, promoting democracy, and the overall progress of mankind, and that the core values of the European Union must be upheld while it strives for better integration. The ELGS also believes that the key source of hope and the only path to successful integration is through the proper education and training of the youth of Europe. Thus, the Vision of the ELGS , in the first place, is to create a generation of youth that will identify themselves as Europeans, that will serve Europe, and that will disseminate the idea, culture and values of Europe throughout the world. Moreover the vision of the ELGS is to educate a generation of youth all over the world who is interested in European Law & Governance and will thus prepare themselves to serve their nations in the better understanding Europe, doing business with Europe and promoting their national interests within the Brussels context. This way the ELGS serves a Global Objective in Education. Inspired by the values that lie at the heart of the European Union, such as fundamental rights, the free movement of professionals, goods and services, and the creation of a single market system, as well as by the challenges and opportunities created by these policies, the ELGS has identified the need to create a new form of education that is Pan-European in character and at the same time Universal, in a dialogue of civilizations.
The versatile role that you will undertake requires strong interpersonal and communication skills. You will be integrated in the administrative team of the ELGS, therefore a team-player attitude is expected. Under the supervision of the general director for educational activities you will undertake the role of a focal point between the administration and the students (undergraduate and postgraduate). Further, you will assist with the coordination between the academic staff and the school's administration regarding drafting syllabi, making research for the preparation of the courses, weekly meetings, and the organisation and update of term and exam schedules. Finally, you will provide assistance with respect to the preparation of events (workshops, colloquia, seminars) and the effective coordination with other EPLO bodies. Being part of the ELGS staff, you will also have the possibility to attend courses and programmes offered by ELGS and EPLO and to contact academics of the wide EPLO network to discuss your research interests.
EUR 250.00 - 450.00 per month
Comparative Law - General
Competition and Economic Law - General
Constitutional Law - General
Human Rights Law - General
English - Fluent
French - Good
General administrative duties could require, inter alia, the following:
· Document review and tracking.
· Scheduling, coordination and preparation of meetings (online and in situ)
· Monitoring/confirming upcoming deadlines.
· Liaise with academic staff regarding the fixing of the academic schedule
· Update student information in database
· Communicate to the administration student needs/complaints/queries etc. and exercise judgment in their processing and filtering
· Ad hoc admin tasks