Recruitment of a full-time Administrative Assistant.
Victim Support Europe (VSE) is the leading Europe-wide umbrella organisation for victims of crime. It is a dynamic organisation, going through an exciting period of expansion and development. It currently consists of 55 organisations from 30 countries.
VSE advocates on behalf of victims, to make sure that throughout Europe all victims of crimes’ needs are respected and their rights recognised. The organisation aims to ensure that every victim in Europe is able to access information and support services in the aftermath of crime, regardless of where the victim lives or where the crime took place.
VSE is currently looking for a full time Administrative Assistant. The candidate should have at least three years of relevant professional experience. The incumbent will be responsible for the efficient and effective operation of VSE’s office and Executive Board. Duties include supporting general operations of VSE’s office, ensuring smooth operations of the VSE Executive Board and providing support to the management team.
The post holder will report directly to the Executive Director whilst working closely with the other staff members. The post will be based in our head office in Brussels but travel will occasionally be required.
Carry out additional administrative tasks as requested.
The position is based in VSE’s head office in Brussels.
The selected candidate will be offered a permanent full-time contract (38 hours/week).
Desired starting date of assignment: March 2019.
Gross salary: In the range between 1800 and 2100 euros plus benefits, depending on skills and experience.
The application should include a motivation letter outlining
The application should also include a CV as well as any other relevant information. A minimum of two references that may be contacted during the recruitment process should be mentioned.
The deadline for sending applications is 23 January 2019.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to complete an online test before interviewing.
The first round of interviews will take place in the week of 11 February 2019. A second round of interviews, if necessary, will take place the same week or the following week.
Please note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Travel costs for interviews in Brussels will not be reimbursed. Online interviews will be organised for candidates who are not able to attend the interview in person.
We are committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace which is why people from communities that experience discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, (cultural) background, people with disabilities; and LGBTQ+ people are welcomed to apply. Please note, however, that our building is currently not wheelchair accessible.
A social media background check is a part of the selection procedure.