EU4Culture: Call for local experts
The EU-funded project EU4Culture is looking for independent local experts from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and the Republic of Moldova to evaluate applications from Individuals applying for the EU4Culture international mobility grants.
The project will select 2 local experts in each country. Selected local experts will be assigned to provide a content-related assessment of applications respectively from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, and the Republic of Moldova. Evaluation of the applications will be done remotely in the application management system of Goethe-Institut.
Who can apply?
Local experts must be the citizen and residents of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, or the Republic of Moldova and must meet the following requirements:
- At least 5 years of working experience in the field of cultural studies or creative industries
- Proven understanding of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) sector
- Experience in the assessment of grant applications
- Experience of working in the EaP region or on the EU Eastern Neighbourhood issues would be an asset
- Experience with EU projects would be an asset
Qualification and Skills
- University (MA) degree in arts management, cultural studies, or equivalent
- Excellent analytic and communication skills
- Fluent written and spoken English
- Fluent written and spoken state language of the country the expert represents
- Computer literacy
- Basic budgeting skills
- Good analytical, critical, and judgment skills
- Ability to strictly follow instructions and guidelines
- Ability to provide meaningful feedback in a succinct manner
- Time management skills and ability to meet deadlines
Interested applicants are invited to register and complete the application form on Goethe Application Portal. CV of the applicant with names and contact details of two reference persons should be submitted together with the completed application form.
Deadline for submission of the application: 11 April 2022
The EU4Culture project is funded by the European Union to support the cultural and creative sector in the Eastern Partnership countries. The project is implemented by Goethe-Institut (lead), Danish Cultural Institute, Czech Centres, and Institut Français in Georgia.