Task: To set the education and policy strategy of ESN Malta.

Overview: As the Education and Policy Officer you will be required to promote ESN publications to our institutional partners and keep up to date in the field of European education politics. You will be expected to write position papers and recommendations when needed and to keep ESN International updated with ongoing developments in Malta. As education and policy officer you will be representing the academic needs and interests of international students in Malta. You will need to maintain good relations with the Ministry of Education, International Offices, the National Erasmus Agency EUPA, and other institutional partners and stakeholders. 

As the Education and Policy officer, you will get to work with other Education and Policy officers from other ESN Countries around Europe. You will be part of the International Community for Education, under the direction of the Education Community Manager.

Essential Skills:

  1. Genuine interest in European education politics and youth rights
  2. Genuine interest in policymaking
  3. Ability to multi-task
  4. Project management

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Ideal Candidates: international relations students/recent graduates, European studies students/recent graduates, youth and community students/recent graduates, social policy students/recent graduates, arts students/recent graduates, law students.

Recognition & Benefits: ESN Malta VO Number 1882 is a fully enrolled association with the Commissioner for Voluntary Services in accordance with Chapter 492 of the Laws of Malta. Your voluntary work will be recognized and certified according to the Voluntary Work Scheme and granted ECTS credits/recognition by your university. 

Must I be enrolled in an HEI (University of Malta, MCAST, ITS, etc) to apply? Yes, we are looking for capable current students or recently graduated students with specific knowledge in youth rights and policymaking. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to pursue a future job in this field, gain experience, grow their potential, experiment and work within an international team.