EFPSA is pleased to extend the Call for applications for vacant positions within the Working Community for the mandate 2017-2018. EFPSA’s Working Community is made up of a variety of teams working on different aspects and projects within the Federation. EFPSA is looking for committed and enthusiastic individuals interested in contributing to the development of the Federation for the remainder of the mandate, ending April 2018, within the following teams:

External Relations Office

  • Policy Team Member

Training Office

  • External Training Responsible*
  • Trainers’ Community Responsible*

Marketing Office

  • Photographer

EFPSA in Numbers Task Force

  • Team Member

Here you can find specific Role Descriptions for positions within the Executive Board, as well as a General Prerequisites Document which applies to all members of the EFPSA Working Community. We encourage you to contact the Coordinator or Board of Management Responsible of the team that you are interested in, in order to gain personal insight into the role and the associated duties and tasks. You can find additional information about the aims and potential tasks of the Task Force here. Should you require help in acquiring their contact details, do not hesitate to contact us via secretary@efpsa.org.

Please send your completed application form along with a copy of your CV to applications@efpsa.org, together with proof of studies or graduation within the last two years, by no later than Monday 25th September 23:59 (CEST). Additional submission details can be found within the application form itself.

*Please include a Training Portfolio (a list of all training sessions/events delivered so far) along with your application for this position.

Should you have any questions about the application procedure, do not hesitate to contact the Board of Management via secretary@efpsa.org.

We are looking forward to receiving your applications.

Clara, Nicola, Mónica, Luc, Tiago, Erika & Andreas
Board of Management 2017-2018

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