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Switzerland, Bern, 2503 Bienne

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Date: 11/10/2021

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Are you interested in contributing to a fairer and more sustainable world?

 

cinfo is the Centre for Information, Counselling and Training for Professions relating to International Cooperation (IC). We research, inform, recruit and connect relevant people in this field.

 

We are hiring and offering a twelve month-assignment in Bienne starting on February 1, 2022, for... 

 

Two graduate trainees (80-100%) in 'HR Marketing and Project Management' & 'Program and Business Development'

 

We offer

  • Paid traineeship and attractive employment conditions
  • Dynamic workflow in small teams with agile hierarchy
  • The opportunity to work with multilateral organisations such as the UN and International Financial Institutions, the Swiss Confederation, as well as most important Swiss NGOs
  • Professional experience in the area of international development cooperation (IC), human resources and communication
  • A varied portfolio and the possibility to take responsibility
  • Internal trainings for your own career development and entry into the field of IC
  • A work environment where you regularly practice English, French and German, and if you like Italian
  • Flexible work arrangements with a mix of office time and home office

 

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Start date: 01/02/2022

Expiry date: 14/11/2021

Working hours (%): 100%

Job type: Internship

Duration: 1 year assignment

Education level: Bachelor

Skills required

  • Depending on the position, recently graduated (BA or MA) in:
    • marketing, human resources, communication, international relations or related field
    • business administration, social science or related field
  • Good or fluent in German (depending on the position), good knowledge of French and English
  • Affinity with communication tools and softwares, and social media platforms
  • Proactive, creative and reliable personality that likes to work autonomously and is willing to learn
  • Strong interest in the international development cooperation sector

Please find more details in the full job description.

 

 

Important details regarding your application

Make sure your profile on cinfoPoste is complete and up to date:

  • Motivation letter in English (please mention clearly which position is your preferred one);
  • CV (the length and the % of your employments should be indicated as well as your references);
  • Work certificates if you have any, diplomas and university credentials (as PDF) uploaded under the section 'documents'.

 

Application deadline:  14 November 2021

First round of interviews:  23 and 24 November 2021 in Bienne/Switzerland or online

Second round of interviews:  29 November 2021 in Bienne/Switzerland or online

Start date: 1st February 2022

 

 

Any questions? Contact Sandrina Simoes, cinfo's Recruitment Specialist, recruitment@cinfo.ch.

For further information about cinfo visit www.cinfo.ch or call us at +41 32 365 80 02.

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