Please carefully read the attached role profiles (Tax Justice and Publicly-Backed Private Finance) and the detailed instructions below. We are a small organisation and have designed these instructions to reduce the administrative burden on our team so we can devote more time to our vital work. Therefore, we regret that we will ONLY accept applications that respect these instructions and will exclude applicants who submit general cover letters.
Use the form at the bottom of the page to upload your CV of 2 pages maximum along with a cover letter of 1 page maximum in English. This letter should be properly formatted, clearly and concisely written, set out why you match the job description, and where you saw the vacancy.
Fill in the required data in the form and upload your CV and cover letter in the designated fields. Make sure that the 2 files you are uploading have the following names: Surname_FirstName_CV and Surname_FirstName_CoverLetter; e.g. if Peter Bloggs applied for the job we would expect files with the following names: Bloggs_Peter_CV and Bloggs_Peter_CoverLetter
Please remain assured that all the data collected on this application form travels through a secure server; all your information will only be used for the purpose of applying for the advertised job and will only be available to the selection panel and shall not be shared with anybody else.
You should receive a confirmation e-mail after successfully submitting an application, if you don’t receive this e-mail in the next 12 hours after submitting your application please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can check if your application was successfully submitted.
Candidates need to have, at the time of application, the legal right to work in Belgium. We regret that are not able to apply for work-permits on their behalf.
Application deadline: 30th March 2018 before midnight Central European Summer Time.