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Intern within the Public Information and Communication Unit


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Country: Netherlands
Organization: Kosovo Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor's Office
Closing date: 24 Jan 2022

Reporting Line:

The Intern reports to the Head of Public Information and Communication Unit.**

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

· To provide inputs in drafting and editing of texts;

· To collect material for various public information products;

· To assist in various outreach and event management activities;

· To conduct media monitoring and analysis;

· To conduct research of various topics and maintain unit’s databases;

· To assist with administrative tasks of the unit in particular in regards to procurement and finance;

· To perform any other related tasks as requested by the supervisor.

Essential Qualifications and Experience:

· An undergraduate or postgraduate, who is currently enrolled at University, or has recently graduated from University, or a professional who has graduated from University;

· The field of studies should preferably be Law, but can also be Media, Journalism, Political Sciences, International Relations or any other related area;

· Excellent communication skills, coupled with a high-level proficiency in oral and written English;**

· Excellent drafting skills and ability to structure written materials effectively;**

· Self-motivated and committed to continuous learning;**

· Well-organised and able to multi-task;

· Proficient in Microsoft Office applications;

· Ability to adapt to multicultural and multilingual working environments.

Desirable Qualifications and Experience:

· International experience;

· Knowledge of and interest in international criminal courts, transitional justice and international relations;

· Experience in institutional outreach and social media activities;

· Knowledge of the functioning of the EU;

· Knowledge of Serbian and/or Albanian language;

· Good understanding of the political, legal, cultural and security situation of the Balkans, in particular Kosovo and Serbia.

How to apply:

1. For Internship applicants from the EU Member States:

The online Application Form, including its Addendum (Annex 3 to be filled in manually and uploaded), shall be submitted via one of the following links:**

1.1.For** Internship applicants supported by their EU Member State (“seconded” status):


1.2.For** Internship applicants from EU Member States applying directly to the Kosovo Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office (“contracted” status):


2. For Internship applicants from the Third Contributing States:

The Internship Application Form (Annex 2), available on both the EEAS website and the website of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office, shall be sent to one of the following email addresses only:

2.1. For Internship applicants supported by their Third Contributing State: **

Civilian Planning and Conduct Capability (CPCC)


2.2. For Internship applicants from the Third Contributing States applying directly to the Kosovo Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office:


Only one Internship Application Form per candidate will be accepted, the latest received within the deadline or the one submitted through the National Authorities being given a priority.

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