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Career Opportunities at the Salzburg Global Seminar
The Salzburg Global Seminar (SGS), with principal offices in Europe and the United States, seeks a Fellowship Manager to be based at its Salzburg office. This position reports to the Director, Marketing & Communications and is responsible to add new energy and enthusiasm to the SGS Fellowship community through consistent, useful and friendly interactions.
Who We Are:
SGS is an international, public interest organization that invests in human capital, to drive innovation and accelerate change at scale. We work with partners to address systems-level challenges and bridge sector and geographic divides. Our in-depth seminars bring global thought leaders and entrepreneurs together with young men and women who will be the game changers for the next generation, to reframe problems and invite novel solutions. They prime young leaders with the skills and networks to make exponentially greater contributions in their fields and across communities of interest.
The right candidate will be skilled in many modes of communication. The Manager engages with our network of 20,000 Fellows across the world via email, newsletters and social media, as well as face-to-face when Fellows are in Salzburg. S/he will also be in charge of coordinating off-site Fellow networking events and work closely with the Seminar’s Communications Team.
Responsibilities will include:
We seek an individual with two to three years of experience in community management with proven experience in social web outreach and an outstanding social/emotional intelligence. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required, with the ability and maturity to engage with a wide range of audiences from different hierarchies and backgrounds. This position will interact with Fellows ranging from students to very senior executives.
EU citizenship or equivalent working documents for Austria are required.
The Fellowship Manager receives a base salary competitive with organizations of similar type and scale. SGS offers excellent benefi ts in accordance with the Austrian laws and regulations.
SGS is an equal opportunity employer and seeks staff members who refl ect and embrace diversity. Interested candidates should submit a letter outlining their reasons for interest in and qualifi cation for the position, along with a resume detailing work experience, education, profi ciency in English and other languages (desirable but not required), public service, milestone accomplishments and other information pertinent to the application. Include salary requirements or current salary.
Applications should be submitted to:
The Salzburg Global Seminar seeks to recruit a Program/Development Assistant to the Vice President and Chief Program Officer (CPO) and the European Development Director (EDD) to manage their business schedules and coordinate with staff on a wide variety of administrative tasks.
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Program/Development Assistant: position description
fluency in both spoken and written English, with native or fluent German a strong advantage, excellent communication and organizational skills, ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines, flexibility, creative problem-solving, attention to detail and personable telephone skills.
Application process and timeline
Package: SGS is an equal opportunity employer that seeks qualified candidates from all backgrounds. We offer a salary competitive with similar non-profit organizations, commensurate with experience.
Application: Interested applicants should submit a letter of inquiry in English that describes what attracts them about the Salzburg Global Seminar, the advertized position, and enclose a resume listing previous employment, education, language facility and other pertinent information, as well as current contact information. Applicants should have a permit to work in Austria. Letters and related materials should be sent to the attention of
Cheryl Van Emburg
or via email to email@example.com.
Deadline: All materials should be received no later than May 31, 2013, in order to receive consideration.
The Salzburg Global Seminar convenes young and established leaders from across cultures and ideologies to seek common ground. The SGS conference facility, Schloss Leopoldskron in Salzburg, Austria, offers an inspiring retreat for creative strategy building and forming global relationships. The SGS network—more than 20,000 participants in 150 countries—provides a deep talent pool through which Salzburg Fellows can share ideas, open doors and test solutions. During the course of each year, some 1,000 emerging leaders from more than 100 countries gather for discussion of political, social and cultural issues of universal concern.
The Seminars enable emerging leaders and established experts from government, academe, business and NGOs to exchange ideas and imagine solutions that reach across cultures and sectors. It is the Seminar’s belief, confirmed by a tradition of more than sixty-five years, that intensive interaction among peers from diverse backgrounds in a neutral forum will expand viewpoints, facilitate the establishment of worldwide professional networks and effect enlightened change in the future.
The Seminar’s work concentrates the broad themes of culture and the arts, the global economy, health and healthcare and education and sustainability. For further information on Seminar programs please visit www.SalzburgGlobal.org.
As part of its educational program, the Salzburg Global Seminar offers a three-month internship program (non-accredited) for which the Seminar provides room and board and transportation from and return to the intern’s place of residence. The Salzburg Global Seminar actively seeks qualified students for its intern program to assist Seminar staff in the preparation and conducting of sessions. To qualify, candidates should be in or have recently graduated from an international relations program or related studies. Suitable candidates will have completed studies in one or more of the Seminar’s program themes, the ability to work with a wide range of people and have extensive computer knowledge. Candidates should be self-motivated and pro-active in their work habits. Due to visa and work permit regulations in Austria, candidates must have a US or EU citizenship to apply.
For more information on internship opportunities, please contact:
Cheryl Van Emburg, Director of Administration
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