European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (ENRS) is an international initiative focusing on research, documentation and dissemination of knowledge about Europe's 20th-century history and ways in which it is commemorated. Network members include Poland, Germany, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. Advisory assemblies additionally involve representatives of Albania, Austria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia and Lithuania. The projects that the ENRS initiates and organises centre around notions of remembrance and solidarity: remembrance of tragic aspects of the past, genocide, persecution and discrimination by totalitarian regimes, wars and other conflicts, as well as solidarity in commemorating and finding space for exchanging different points of view and sensitivities.
Our activities include:
· organising conferences, symposiums, seminars and academic workshops,
· organising events such as exhibitions, film screenings and reviews,
· publishing of academic works, scientific publications, and translated editions of existing books,
· supporting academic research,
· co-production of films, as well as televisions and radio programs,
· promoting study of history in media.
More information: www.enrs.eu / www.facebook.com/enrs.eu / https://twitter.com/enrs_eu
We seek motivated, responsible, and self-directed individuals to provide direct support to the project coordinators in our office in Warsaw, Poland. If you are a student with a passion for history, and interest in working in an international environment, please send your CV with a motivation letter. Internships will last 2-3 months and may start anytime during the year.
· supporting coordination of the ENRS projects and campaigns, i.e. European Remembrance Symposium, Hi-Story Lessons, exhibition After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923, campaign Remember. August 23, In Between? and others,
· assistance in PR tasks during academic and cultural events,
· establishing and maintaining communication with project partners, researching offers from specialists and sub-contractors,
· creation of digital content for social media as well as the ENRS website,
· providing draft inputs to written products such as project documentation, presentations, progress reports, research reports, briefings, etc.,
· drafting, translating, proofreading and editing academic articles and communications copy, e.g. press releases, publications, social media posts, etc.,
· collecting data and maintaining databases and media lists,
· administrative and operational tasks.
The role description can be broader or more specific depending on interest, motivation and ability (to be agreed upon with the work-site supervisor).
· Excellent written and verbal language skills in English, good knowledge of German/Hungarian/Romanian/Slovak/Polish is an advantage,
· Interest in Europe's 20th-century history,
· Strong written and verbal communication skills,
· Solid editing and researching skills,
· Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office; familiarity with design software (e.g. Photoshop, InDesign) is a plus,
· Flexibility and good organisational skills.
What we are offering:
· Invaluable employment experience in international multilingual environment,
· Possibility of participating in interesting projects,
· Skills development,
Duration: 2-3 months
Commitment: part-time or full-time
Location: Warsaw, Poland
How to apply:
Please send your CV with a cover letter stating why you believe you are the right candidate for the position. Please email Ms Beata Drzazga (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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