Leading international organisations need talents to help refugees and migrants from Ukraine
Online recruitment event: 17 May 2022
11.00 am to 01.00 pm CET
On 17 May, Global Careers will launch a series of recruitment information events to help refugees and migrants from Ukraine.
In this first events, the focus will be on jobs and opportunities in Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. These will have specific eligibility requirements in terms of occupational categories, language combinations, skills and competencies as well as nationalities, which you will be able to know more in detail at the event.
If you have a Secondary Education and/or a University Degree in Psychology, Communication, Journalism, Political Science, Social Sciences, International Relations among others and/or relevant professional experience, this is your chance to discover the wide-range of careers offered by international public sector organisations.
During the event, you will be able to engage one-to-one with hiring professionals and line managers from diverse disciplines to discuss your next career move – all via your computer, smartphone or tablet and entirely free of charge.
This is your chance to build an exciting new future, but places are limited – so make sure you register.
This event is for you!
On 17 May, Global Careers will host a recruitment information event to help refugees and migrants from Ukraine. This is your chance to learn more about a number of prestigious international organisations and the wide-ranging careers they can offer.
Essential Criteria to access the event:
- To hold a Secondary Education and/or University Degree in Psychology, Communication, Journalism, Political Science, Social Sciences, International Relations and among others
- To have at least relevant professional experience
Please share with anyone that might be interested in this event but remember that capacity will be limited so early registration advised.
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