CEU Careers Newsletter, January 19, 2018, Issue No. 1
 

Welcome to the CEU Careers Newsletter!

We are launching this newsletter to support the professional development of CEU students. We will share resources, let you know about events, and highlight job and internship vacancies of potential interest.

In addition to the newsletter, we urge you to make use of a variety of sources when researching vacancies and planning for the future. You can find hundreds of such resources in the CEU career platform, career>next.

We are aware that not all of the opportunities and events highlighted here will be relevant for all members of the community, given the diversity of CEU's academic programs and students. We also realize that the deadlines and starting dates for jobs and other opportunities presented here may not be appropriate for everyone, given the different timeframes of CEU's master's and doctoral programs. We suggest you review the information included here in order to learn about organizations that might be relevant for you either now or in the future, and to discover the requirements sought by potential employers in terms of skills, experience and knowledge. 

If you want to learn more about our careers approach, check out the CEU Careers website.


DON'T MISS THESE EVENTS!

Doctoral Student CEU Careers Orientations
Doctoral students, especially those in the early stage of their studies, are invited to attend a 90-minute Career Services Orientation session. CEU's doctoral careers advisor, Cristina Balint-Nagy, will share information about the ways in which CEU Careers partners with doctoral students on their professional development. The sessions will include an interactive career-development activity. Choose between two times:  Monday, January 22, 18:00 - 19:30, room N13/516A ( click here for registration) or Thursday, January 25, 18.00 - 19.30, room N15/103 tiered. ( click here for registration).

Working in the field of political risk requires excellent research and analytical skills and strong communication and writing skills. Regional and/or country-specific expertise is also frequently sought in this field, as is the ability to think creatively regarding possible future scenarios. Learn more during a special session led by members of the Government and Political Affairs team at BP.
Date and place: February 6, 12:45 - 13:30, Room N15/103

Learn about opportunities in the Budapest offices of Blackrock, the world's largest asset manager. Blackrock recently arrived in Hungary to set up a new global technology and innovation hub in the heart of Budapest. Blackrock seeks people to help them "disrupt" their industry through fin tech and data analytics, among other areas.
Date and place: February 6, 17:30 - 19:00, Room N13/416

Learn about working in European Union institutions and in the field of EU Affairs from Andras Baneth, who has 15 years of experience in Brussels and Luxembourg and is the author of Europe's bestselling book on the EU (EPSO) exam process. Date and place: February 13, 17:45 - 19:15, Room N15/103

Career Camp
COMING SOON!
CEU's annual Career Camp will take place in February. Career Camp is a series of career development programs facilitated by CEU Careers staff. Sessions focus on the most common issues that come up when starting a job search such as improving your interview skills or building a strong LinkedIn profile. Registration opens soon so keep an eye out for an email from your Program Liaison!

2018 Faculty Practitioner Career Talks
COMING SOON!
Are you looking for some career inspiration? Join us for a series of brown bag lunches on Thursdays in February and March to learn about the chance encounters, risks taken, challenges faced, and opportunities seized that have characterized the professional journeys of some of the university's faculty. Watch email for the full program.



INTERNSHIPS | TRAINEESHIPS | FELLOWSHIPS

Egon Zehnder is looking for a Business Analyst Trainee (possibility for part-time) to participate in executive search projects as well as business development and research, analysis and evaluation of markets. Deadline: Apply as soon as possible

Open Society Foundations is seeking a Legal Research Intern for Summer 2018 to draft legal reports and conduct research in its Budapest or New York office. Deadline: January 30
 
The World Bank is offering an Internship in their Washington, DC office as well as in country offices. Deadline: January 31
 
The European Commission has opened applications for their Traineeships for the October 2018 session. For a list of other EU traineeships, see here. Deadline: January 31

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) welcomes applications for the Roma Inclusion Internship. The intern will participate in the Regional Roma Survey project implemented in the Western Balkans. Deadline: January 25

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has opened a call for a Project Development and Implementation Internship. Excellent proficiency in both English and Hungarian is required. Deadline: February 2

Meridian Institute has announced a position in its Fellowship Program. The program focuses on environmental issues, health and technology. Deadline: February 2
 
Humanity in Action provides a fellowship opportunity for nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland and Ukraine. Deadline: February 18

The Public Policy and Management Institute (PPMI) is seeking interns to work on research and analysis in Vilnius. Deadline: CEU students who intend to apply, should submit applications by February 26.

The development consultancy Dalberg seeks Summer Consultants to work in their Geneva, London and Paris offices. Eligibility to work in the preferred country is required. Deadline: February 28
 
Morgan Stanley is seeking a Sovereign/Country Risk Research Intern to perform credit analyses of sovereigns and countries. Deadline: Open until filled


JOBS
Organica Water is looking for a Legal Assistant to be based in Budapest. Deadline: Apply as soon as possible
 
The Open Learning Initiative - OLIve at CEU invites applications for a part-time Administrative Assistant. Deadline: January 22

The Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence consortium is hiring a Field Research Coordinator to be based in Amman. Knowledge of advanced Arabic and English is required. Deadline: January 25

CEU Alumni Relations Office has a call for 2018 CEU Phonathon Student Callers. Candidates should be current CEU students and able to commit to work 15-20 hours per week. Deadline: January 25
The International Labour Organization (ILO) seeks a National Project Coordinator to be based in Sri Lanka. Deadline: January 26

The Institute for Future Studies is looking for researchers for a project on children's living conditions. Candidates should have a PhD or be in their final stages of their doctoral studies.

Light for the World welcomes applications for an EU Advocacy Coordinator. Good knowledge of English and French is required. Deadline: January 31
 
The Badur Foundation seeks a Social Enterprise Manager to be based in Budapest. Knowledge of Hungarian is required. Deadline: February 5

 
Do you want to see more? Go to career>next and do search according to your preferences!
NEWS

In November 2017, CEU hosted ERA Mobility and Career Day, a great opportunity for researchers based in Hungary to learn about career opportunities in the European Research Area (ERA). A research funding is a topic of interest for many students, we invite you to check the recording of the informative workshop delivered by CEU's in-house expert Zsuzsanna Gabor, Director of the Academic Cooperation and Research Support Office (ACRO).



FEATURED LINKS


CEU's career platform career>next offers job and internship opportunities as well as career-related resources. If you haven't yet created a career>next account, register now! Please allow for several business days between registering and full access, due to administrative processes.
 




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