RUSI is hiring!
We are looking to recruit for two positions with the Cocaine Route Monitoring and Support (CORMS) programme: a Key Expert (KE2) Project Manager and a full-time intern, both based in Brussels.
The Cocaine Route Monitoring and Support (CORMS) project was established in 2011 to increase the synergies between all the components of the Cocaine Route Programme (CRP), as well as to improve coordination with other initiatives carried out by the European Union and other donors in the fight against organised crime and drug trafficking. Since 2014, the RUSI has managed this component of the Cocaine Route Programme.
CORMS Project Manager
We are looking to recruit a Key Expert (KE2) – Project Manager to join the CORMS team. The full-time Project Manager reports to the Team Leader and will be responsible for all project administration and technical issues, including organisation of meetings, missions and management of the website.
This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious and hard working individual with proven project cycle management experience.
SCOPE OF THE WORK
The KE2 is expected to join the team and provide full-time support with administrative and technical issues related to the timely delivery of project activities and outputs. Expected tasks and responsibilities include:
- overall management and administrative support to ensure implementation and delivery of project activities;
- keep track of budget and expenditures;
- organisation of meetings and events in Brussels and abroad;
- logistics and support for field missions – travel, accommodation, visas, meetings, etc.
- support drafting reports and briefings;
- assist with research and communication - update visibility materials, produce Newsletter, etc.
Find out more about the position: https://bit.ly/2MuV2wo
CORMS Project Intern
RUSI welcomes applicants for an intern position for the period from September 2018 to February 2019 to be based at its offices in Brussels, Belgium.
The intern will work together closely with the CORMS Team Leader in delivering administrative, technical and research support to the programme. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in a leading international think-tank.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
- has obtained or is working towards a university degree in law, political sciences, social sciences, or any other discipline related to organised crime;
- has an interest in organised crime;
- is proficient in oral and written English;
- has a working knowledge of French; Spanish will be an asset;
- has strong writing and reporting skills and communication skills;
- is computer literate (MS Office at a minimum);
- has the right to work in Belgium.
Find out more about the position: https://bit.ly/2MugSzZ
Also on our radar are other job vacancies of potential interest to our SHOC members, including a position for a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Surrey, an Associate Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Aberystwyth and UCL's Department of Security and Crime Science are looking for no less than four lecturers in Crime and Science.
If you are looking for job openings, you may also like the British Society of Crimology's webpage for job vacancies and upcoming PhD opportunities.