Are you a young graduate interested in international relations? Are you curious to learn more about work of a diplomatic mission and how the EU Delegation represents EU interests and values in Mongolia?
A traineeship of 6 months within the Political, Press and Information Section of the EU Delegation to Mongolia, starting in November 2020, subject to respect to the local legislation as well as the national legislation of the candidate(s) if non-resident.
The Political, Press and Information (PPI) Section maintains a wide network of contacts to keep the Delegation informed about the situation in Mongolia and report to EEAS headquarters in Brussels. The Section hosts regular coordination meetings with EU Member State Embassies to coordinate positions and share information on political, foreign policy and economic developments, as well as on human rights issues. Finally, the PPI section is responsible for producing a weekly press review, as well as for strategic communication on the European Union, its values and activities in Mongolia.
Qualifications or special requirements:
Please send the following documents to the e-mail address DELEGATION-MONGOLIA-HR@eeas.europa.eu:
Please mention in the subject of your e-mail: Funded Traineeship - PPI Section
Each selected trainee will receive a monthly grant to cover living expenses. All costs related to travel inside the country of residence, visa, insurance, accommodation must be borne by the trainee.
Applications from non-eligible candidates will not be considered. After the evaluation of all applications, shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited for an interview. Unsuccessful candidates will be notified by email. In case the selected candidate is not able to present the required documents, his/her candidacy will be rejected.
Non-resident candidates must provide proof that they will be covered against the risk of a pandemic and the costs of repatriation.
The Delegation informs that even if our Headquarters confirm the eligibility of the selected application, traineeships could be postponed, suspended or even cancelled considering the very evolving context of the COVID-19 outbreak in the host country as well as in the country of origin.