ADVISER FOCUSING ON ENVIRONMENT and CLIMATE
We are looking to recruit an experienced, communicative and dynamic adviser to strengthen the team in the field of environment, climate as well as digitalization. This is a position for a proactive and independent person who has the will, interest and ability to contribute to further developing Nordic-Baltic cooperation.
The Nordic Council of Ministers office in Vilnius was established in 1991 to represent the Nordic Council of Ministers in Lithuania. The Nordic Council of Ministers and the Nordic Council are the main forums for official Nordic co-operation, which involves Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland. Our vision is to make the Nordic-Baltic region the most sustainable and integrated region in the world. To achieve our vision, we will prioritize: A green region – A competitive region – A socially sustainable Region.
We are looking for you who have the interest in international relations and curiosity for our region. As a person, you are idea- and initiative-rich, responsible and flexible. You should be able to navigate and prioritize in a creative and sometimes intense context. We place great importance on personal characteristics. With a proactive and creative mindset, you find yourself comfortable working independently, while cooperating with existing staff and structures within the office, as a whole.
The adviser will be responsible for activities and project in the field of environment, climate and digitalization in the office. The adviser will focus on tasks related to:
Education and Work Experience:
Technical Competencies and Languages:
The position is Fixed term: 2 years with possibility of extension. We apply three months’ probation. We strive for ethnic and cultural diversity as well as an even gender distribution.
If you have any questions concerning the contract, please contact Helén Nilsson,
tel. +370 699 20 906, email@example.com
Send your application and CV in English to firstname.lastname@example.org along with relevant supporting documents as soon as possible and no later than October 23rd, 2019, by 12.00 UTC +2.