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Editorial Assistant Required by ΙΕΝΕ

Editorial Assistant Required by ΙΕΝΕΙΕΝΕ is looking for an Editorial Assistant to help with the production of its regular newsletters but also in advancing the Institute’s outreach through social media and event organization. This is a full time job and the successful applicant will work out of IENE’s offices in Athens, Greece.

The main tasks of the position are as follows:

ΙΕΝΕ is looking for an Editorial Assistant to help with the production of its regular newsletters but also in advancing the Institute’s outreach through social media and event organization. This is a full time job and the successful applicant will work out of IENE’s offices in Athens, Greece.

The main tasks of the position are as follows:

  • Provide assistance to the Editor in completing and editing material suitable for inclusion in IENE’s various newsletters such as "The Energy Weekly Report”, "SEE Market Watch”, "Monthly Analysis”, IENE News” but also in its various periodical publications.
  • Help Manage the Institute’s web site and also update the Institute’s presence in social media
  • Prepare of promotional material for the Institute’s events programme
  • Help develop campaign ideas and co ordinate barometer type surveys among IENE’s membership
  • Assist in relevant administrative duties as required

The successful applicant must have a good command of the English language but also be able to speak and write in Greek. Previous editorial or journalistic experience will be considered an asset although not a binding requirement. A background in energy, professional report preparation and voluntary NGO work would be a distinct advantage.

Full information on this job vacancy at IENE can be found under "Employment Opportunities” box, in the "About IENE” category on this site.

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