Vacancy: Junior Project and Communications Manager

 

 

Do you want to take the next step in your sustainability career and work on project management and communications in an international environment?

Join social enterprise Nudge in Amsterdam and become part of the Nudge Global Impact Challenge team. 

You will have the opportunity to further develop your skills in a hands-on environment and be part of a small team of motivated and enthusiastic professionals. We’re looking for a team member who is passionate about creating and running our Nudge Global Impact Challenges with us.

The Nudge Global Impact Challenge is a development programme and competition for 90 of the brightest young people (23 – 33 yrs) from all over the world. The highlight of the programme is a three day event that is yearly organised in October in the Netherlands. During the course of three days, the topics Leadership, Sustainability and Impact will be presented, discussed, taught, debated about, and turned upside down in a never before seen format. Previous participants describe it as a life-changing event. 

This job offers you the possibility to work on global communications, increase your sustainability knowledge and network, and connect with an international network of young professionals, highly motivated to work towards a sustainable world.

What will you be doing?

Communications, marketing, project administration and research are the main areas you will be operating in. Under our guidance, you will keep our social media channels and website up to date. You will also be working on organising PR material and be involved in the search for speakers, candidates, organisations and networks for young professionals. At the same time, you will come up with ideas on how to spread the word about the Nudge Global Impact Challenge. We would like you to carry out general administrative and project management tasks, such as registering participants, carrying out mailings and following up on queries, mainly by e-mail.

Who are we looking for?

You have graduated in the field of communications, marketing and/or project management and the use of social media knows no secrets for you. You have 1 - 3 years experience in organising projects / events. You are a quick learner and eager to develop your skills further in a global business environment. You have an excellent knowledge of English (verbal and written), speaking Dutch is a plus. You are motivated to work in a small team of professionals and have an interest in the field of leadership and/or sustainability. Most importantly, you are a self-starter, you’re pro-active, organised, accurate, hands-on, a team player and living in the Netherlands (in or near Amsterdam). Sounds familiar? Then send in your motivation and application (including LinkedIn profile) before 1 February 2019 to Ilse Lettinga via globalchallenge@nudge.nl.

What else is useful to know?

We would like you to start ideally on 1 March 2019. Nudge will offer you a one year contract to start with. You will work in our office in Amsterdam for 36 hours per week. It is also possible to work from home for part of the time. We will offer a competitive salary and will also reimburse your travel costs.

About Nudge

Founded in 2010, Nudge strives towards a sustainable society. Nudge is a social enterprise and B Corp based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Nudge connects people and organisations with its online platform in order to achieve grassroots initiatives that bring a positive and long lasting change in our society. By facilitating bottom-up initiatives, Nudge offers perspectives for action that are accessible to everyone. Nudge invites everyone to take action and make a positive contribution to society. Over 66,000 people and 200 organisations in The Netherlands are members of the Nudge community and this number is increasing daily

For more information, please contact Ilse Lettinga, manager of the Challenge, via globalchallenge@nudge.nl or telephone: +31 (0) 20 233 71 72 (Nudge office).

Address Nudge office
Baden Powellweg 281
1069 LH Amsterdam
The Netherlands