ENGSO Youth is looking for a project manager to join their team and help give youth a real say in sport. Deadline: 5 October.

Are you skilled in managing projects and passionate about youth, sport and making a change? 

We are looking for a project manager who would join our team and help us give youth a real say in sport. 

What does it mean to be an ENGSO Youth Projects manager? 

  • to be a part of an enthusiastic international team
  • to work in an environment where you can grow professionally and personally
  • to have a chance to shape European agenda for youth and sport
  • to represent #ENGSOyouth in various events
  • to support international projects where you will use sport as a tool for social change
  • to build an international network
  • to work remotely (online) with flexible time arrangements

Please note this position is a full time remote position. Project manager salary depends on the country of residence and agreement between the selected candidate and ENGSO Youth team. 

What is expected from an ENGSO Youth Projects manager? 

  • Overall overview of ENGSO Youth projects
  • Lead new ENGSO Youth project applications together with colleagues and partners
  • Plan and implement ongoing ENGSO Youth projects with the highest focus on ENGSO Youth lead ERASMUS+ Sport Big Collaborative partnership on Mental Health & Physical activity
  • Ensuring high-level reporting of ENGSO Youth projects
  • Contribute to the sustainability strategy of ENGSO Youth projects
  • Other related tasks

Qualifications and skills needed:  

  • Excellent written and oral English
  • Knowledge and Experience in international project management, especially funded by ERASMUS+, Council of Europe, other EU and international donors
  • Knowledge of European Youth and Sport policies
  • Well developed administrative and time management skills
  • Knowledge in the fields of Sustainable development; Education and employability; Inclusion; Mental Health & Physical activity would be considered as an asset

Please note that applicants should be based in Council of Europe countries.

Application deadline: 5 October 2022

Application: CV and cover letter (no more than 500 words) should be submitted to ENGSO Youth secretariat ([email protected]).


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