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Student assistant for Responsible Management Education (UN PRME)

Copenhagen Business School


At the CBS Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) office we are a team of 9 made up of student assistants, 2 full-time employees as well as an academic director. We are searching for a new student assistant to design and edit our new Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) report. Your main tasks will consist in gathering relevant projects taking place around CBS and collect it all in a report. Take a look at our previous SIP report here:

Key Qualifications

  • Be outgoing and comfortable with speaking to crowds
  • Have excellent networking skills to create partnerships both internally and externally
  • Excellent Danish & English communications skills - written and oral.
  • Have experience with Microsoft Office Outlook, Word and Excel
  • Preferably have experience in Adobe InDesign (or willingness to learn)
  • A hands-on, can-do approach to problem solving and a willingness to communicate with people on all levels of organization such as professors, administrative staff, fellow students and external stakeholders
  • A good sense of humor is always a bonus!

The design of the report is important and you need to have a natural flair for design and graphics. We will give you time in the office to familiarize yourself with InDesign.

Salary and Employment Conditions

You will be employed at Copenhagen Business School according to the joint agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Public Employees' Unions (HK-organisationsaftalen og Fællesoverenskomsten mellem Finansministeriet og Offentligt Ansatte Organisationer (OAO-S Fællesoverenskomsten).

The hourly rate is between 110 DKK and 120 DKK and depends on previous public employment and education. This will include pension if you have 9 months' prior employment in the public sector. Pension contributions are 10.28% of pensionable pay elements.

Working hours: On average 10 hours a weekExpected start: March 2019

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Martiina M. Srkoc on the mail address below. The deadline for applications is 25/01-2019