Stáž v Obchodní komoře při Česko-korejské společnosti


Výběrové řízení na pozici stážisty v Obchodní komoře při Česko-korejské společnosti

Nabídka je určena pro studenty Fakulty mezinárodních vztahů. Stáž je možné uznat do studia za 6 ECTS jako 22F413 - Odborná stáž - krátkodobá.

K systému stáží na FMV viz podrobněji ZDE.




Business Development Assistant & Area Specialist

The Czech-Korean Society and the affiliated Chamber of Commerce, both NGOs operating in the Czech Republic and Korea, are recruiting for Business Development Assistants and Area Specialists to join our team based in Prague to work on projects in developing business and diplomatic relations between Czech Republic and Korea. The position is opened as a part-time (20hours/week, flexible) 4-month trainee program beginning in late September 2017, with the possibility of a long-term full-time employment.

The role would suit a graduate/graduate student of business management, international business, international relations, diplomacy or marketing, interested in getting a chance to apply their knowledge on real-life projects under the umbrella of successful international NGOs.

All nationalities are welcomed to apply.

To apply, you should have:

• Research & analytical skills and knowledge of business & diplomacy related to Korea

• A "can do" attitude and high level of stress-resistance

• Strong project management skills and passion for international cooperation

• Excellent command of English, working knowledge of Korean is a plus

• Good knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and social media

To successful candidates, we offer:

• Trainee program guided by experienced professionals,

• Excellent business networking opportunity in both CCE and East Asian region

• Chance to be fully in charge of selected projects (incl. leadership opportunities),

• Possibility of a long-term job placement.

If you’re interested, please send your CV and cover letter in English to by September 24, 2017.

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