Responsibilities include assisting the Head of the Office in organizing panel discussions, study trips, conferences, and daily operations, writing event summaries, conducting research, and preparing staff meetings.
Required qualifications include at least an undergraduate degree, preferably in political science, international relations or a related field with a focus on European and/or German Studies, exceptional writing skills in English, fluency in German, and knowledge of the US and German/ EU political process.
Successful candidates need to be self-starters, well organized, and possess good communication and people skills.
Salary based on experience.
Non-US citizens applying for the position must possess work authorization which does not require sponsorship by the employer for a visa. The FNF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
If you are interested in this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Claus Gramckow at email@example.com by April 21, 2016. The position should be filled at the earliest possible date. Please indicate your visa status as well as your possible start date.
The TAD is part of the Regional Office European and Transatlantic Dialogue (ETAD) of the FNF. The TAD based in Washington, DC, fosters political dialogue among political, business, scientific and cultural elites from North America and Europe. The various activities of the TAD seek to achieve higher degrees of mutual understanding and to facilitate the transfer of experiences for solving political problems. Experts from non-governmental organizations are involved as much as representatives from international umbrella associations and think tanks.