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EU-funded House of Europe Programme
Call for 5 Project Officers

The Goethe-Institut Ukraine, the official cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany and a leading international cultural organisation in Ukraine, is recruiting four full-time Project Officers and one part-time Project Officer (from June or later for 2 to 3.5 years) for the House of Europe programme.

role purpose:

  • to manage complex programme activities such as professional capacity building tours and trainings, translation support and residences in EU countries, mobile information hubs and events in different regions of Ukraine;
  • to ensure high-quality programme activities meet partner, donor, and participant expectations, and are delivered on time and to budget;
  • to implement selection criteria, quality and evaluation standards, decision-making procedures, annual project management plans, activity content, communication, dissemination, and sustainability strategies, in close co-ordination with section Managers and the Team Lead;
  • to undertake monitoring and evaluation of the respective activities in accordance with House of Europe, Goethe-Institut, and EU standards;
  • to reach out to and collaborate with partners, experts, professional networks, and organisations on both Ukrainian and international levels;
  • to manage operational finances, financial planning, and reporting for the respective activities;
  • to report to the section Managers;
  • to work together with Project Assistants and local staff, if applicable. 

main opportunities/challenges for this role:

  • volume and complexity of programme and programme activities;
  • intercultural, international, and multi-disciplinary scope of programme activities;
  • to accompany ongoing transformation processes and international political contexts;
  • to ensure digital engagement and impact for House of Europe activities;
  • to work on a flagship EU-funded programme that will contribute to the promotion of EU values in Ukraine. 

skills, experience, and qualifications for the role:

  • English and Ukrainian to C1 level. Good German skills are an asset;
  • university degree in arts management or equivalent;
  • at least two years’ experience in successful delivery of projects to agreed financial and non-financial targets. 
  • experience in developing/managing international cultural exchange;
  • experience in organising events, tours, mobile projects, mobility schemes;
  • experience and expertise in civil engagement, reform processes, change management;
  • experience in successfully pursuing and developing projects through donor-funded, sponsorship-, client-, and/or co-funded partnerships;
  • qualification/expertise in a sector relevant to House of Europe’s programme activities;
  • substantial experience in working in an international, English-speaking environment;
  • experience in leading a team is an asset. 
Personal skills:
  • strong team player, ability to reflect team roles, to react to problems in teams;
  • self-reflection, willingness to revise, acceptance of criticism, ask questions where necessary;
  • creative and analytic thinking, structured and result-oriented approach, ability to get things done;
  • availability to work under stress, with temporarily high workload, and under minimal supervision;
  • readiness to work on weekends and in the evening, and for work-related traveling. 

what we offer:

  • a good salary according to Ukrainian remuneration schemes;
  • to be part of a challenging, multidisciplinary international project providing high-level learning and development opportunities. 
Candidates wishing to apply should send the filled out application form by email to
Furthermore to be included:
  • Motivation letter
  • Photo
  • CV (English)
  • degree and work certificates (.jpg or .pdf) 
Please enclose your contact information and a phone number by which you can be reached.
Deadline for applications is Thu, 25 April, 2019, 11:59 p.m. EEST (Ukrainian summer time).
Selected candidates will be invited for a phone interview, and, if applicable, for a personal interview.