Tweet Reddit Internship Web Content Management Pocket Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. LinkedIn 0 Deadline: 15 January 2017Open to: recent graduate, between 22 and 29 years old (maximum)Remuneration: internship stipend (800 EUR per month for holders of a Bachelor’s degree, 1,000 EUR per month for holder of a Master’s degree)DescriptionThe Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) is a joint international institution of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States and the European Union (EU). CTA has an opening for an intern within the Knowledge Management and Communication (KMC) Programme.The successful candidate will report to and work within the Associate Programme like a Coordinator for Web Content Management for tasks related to digital content management. He/she will report to and work with the Programme Coordinator for tasks related to metrics. He/she will also interact strongly with other colleagues in charge of communications and marketing.EligibilityRecent graduate, between 22 and 29 years old (maximum); National of one of the ACP or EU States signatory to the Cotonou Agreement (79 African, Caribbean and Pacific States and the European Union Member States);University degree in web communication, digital content management, digital media, or any other discipline relevant to the duties to perform;Experience in writing for the web, online publishing (including image editing) and digital content management is preferred;Experience in analysis of data relating to online digital media is preferred;Excellent writing and editing skills;Excellent knowledge of English or French and satisfactory command of the other language;Keen interest in agricultural and rural development issues in developing countries is an advantage.RemunerationParticipation in CTA activities will give you an invaluable experience at international level.Internship stipend (800 EUR per month for holders of a Bachelor’s degree, 1,000 EUR per month for holders of a Master’s degree);Payment of travel costs when joining and leaving the Centre;Medical coverage for emergency cases of sickness and accident, for the duration of the internship.How to Apply?Applications should include:A letter of motivation (maximum one page explaining why the candidate considers that he/she is in a position to contribute to CTA’s activities and what he/she expects to gain from the internship. The date of earliest availability should be specified as well.);An up-to-date curriculum vitae, preferably in EUROPASS format, highlighting qualifications, experience and skills with regards to the position;A copy of the highest diploma/degree, as well as training certificates related to the position. Original documents are to be presented once a candidate is selected.Two letters of recommendation and/or references.Interested candidates are required to send the required documents and application via email or mail to Pascal Deleu, Human Resources Officer. Email address: [email protected] .Please indicate in the ‘Subject’ of the email the title ‘Internship Web Content Management’.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Similar Stories +1 December 21, 2016 Published by emmanuel More information on the official website. Share 0 ← Study Economics and Social Sciences at HSE University, Russia What Being an EVS Volunteer Means to Me →
A comprehensive update to regulations designed to preserve and protect shorelines within the city of Brewster is open for comment through the Washington Department of Ecology.First adopted in 1991, the city has worked to completely update its shoreline master program to align with new state rules and current shoreline conditions.The proposed shoreline program will guide construction and development along the Columbia River within Brewster’s jurisdiction.The locally tailored shoreline program will help minimize environmental damage to shoreline areas, reserve appropriate areas for water-oriented uses and protect people’s access to public land and waters.It combines local plans for future development and preservation with new development ordinances and related permitting requirements.The city adopted its updated shoreline plan last November and then submitted it to Ecology. Before approving, Ecology will take public comments into consideration. Once approved, the local shoreline program will become part of the overall state shoreline master program.Comments will be accepted through October 14, 2016.
With the Orioles surrendering a total of six runs in the seventh and eighth innings of an 8-1 loss to Boston, I’ve offered a dozen thoughts, each in 50 words or less:1. Infield defense is one of the Orioles’ greatest strengths, making J.J. Hardy’s error on what should have been an inning-ending double play in the seventh so surprising. What followed after that was downright brutal. Kicking the ball around to give the Red Sox lineup extra outs is begging for doom.2. Lost in the ugliness of the last few innings was the fact that the Baltimore lineup has scored just twice in its last 16 innings. One run at Fenway Park isn’t going to cut it.3. The final line for Darren O’Day doesn’t reflect him looking better than he did in his first two outings. He induced what should have been an easy double play and a pop fly that should have been caught. Few survive when they have to get five outs in an inning.4. Dylan Bundy wasn’t carrying stuff or command as dominant as we saw against Toronto, but he gave his club a good chance to win over 6 1/3 innings. He didn’t miss many bats with just nine swinging strikes, but he still turned in a quality start against a superb lineup.5. Considering how much he labored without a single 1-2-3 inning on the night, Bundy throwing a career-high 106 pitches against a club that led the majors in scoring last year reflects how much confidence manager Buck Showalter has in the 24-year-old.6. Tuesday marked the latest example of Orioles hitters faltering against left-handed pitching. Baltimore was one of the worst teams in baseball against southpaws last year, a trend that can’t continue in 2017.7. Give Drew Pomeranz credit for those struggles as he turned in a strong performance after an unsettling spring. The Red Sox lefty’s fastball velocity was strong early, and he did a good job pitching inside against right-handed hitters.8. Their defensive mistakes in the seventh stood out, but Hardy and Schoop are each hitting .105 through the first six games and aren’t offering much at the bottom of the order thus far.9. Welington Castillo had two hits and threw out Hanley Ramirez trying to steal, but his baserunning cost the Orioles a run in the second inning and hurt them again in the seventh. The Orioles lack speed, but they have to take extra bases when presented the opportunity.10. His strong spring earned him a roster spot, but Craig Gentry being in the leadoff spot against a lefty is a tough sell for me. There may not be a natural fit with Joey Rickard sidelined, but I’d still go with virtually anyone else at the top of the order.11. Trey Mancini did a respectable job playing left field in front of the Green Monster on Tuesday and showed why you like having his bat in the lineup against a lefty when he put a charge into one for a double to deep right-center in the second.12. Despite Mancini’s potential, Hyun Soo Kim seemed to be a good candidate to hit for him with runners at the corners and no outs in the seventh and right-hander Heath Hembree pitching. The Orioles needed a good at-bat there, and Kim’s approach is one of the best on the club