Job vacancy: Coordination Worker for VUS Ondráš

7 October 2019, 1:00
Job vacancy: Coordination Worker for VUS Ondráš

VUS Ondráš Military Artistic Ensemble announces a selection procedure for the position of Coordination, Project and Programme Worker. The deadline for applications is 15 October 2019.

VUS Ondráš is planning to fill (on behalf of the Ministry of Defence) a full time position  in the artistic section. The position of Coordination, Project and Programme Worker will be reqady to be filled from November 2019; a structured Curriculum Vitae must be sent by 15 October  2019 at the latest. Contact email: personal@vusondras.cz .

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  •  comprehensive coordination of operational and organizational administration, promotional support of the organization
  •  preparation of overall promotion and PR activities
  •  responsibility for updating the website of the ensemble and presenting the ensemble on social networks, content creation
  •  graphic design procurement, production of promotional and print file materials
  •  organizing documentation and archiving ensemble events
  •  communication with partners (organizers, media)

WE OFFER:

  •  grade 11 salary
  •  work location in Brno
  •  full – time employment
  •  possibility to use employee benefits
  •  accommodation options
  •   friendly young team
  •  work in a unique ensemble of its kind in the Czech Republic 

REQUIREMENTS:

  •   university degree in management or art
  •  very good level of communication and organizational skills
  •  PC skills (MS Office, web environment, graphic programmes are an advantage)
  •  readiness for teamwork, a desire to learn new things, flexibility
  •  accuracy and high work commitment, creative and aesthetic thinking
  •  excellent knowledge of the Czech language, creative writing skills
  •  foreign language communication skills are advantage

VUS Ondráš Military Artictic Ensemble / archive photo of the ensemble

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