Title: Events Coordinator
Location: Tigne, Sliema, Malta
Status: Full-time / Part time
Junior Achievement (JA) Malta is part of JA Worldwide who is a Nobel Peace Prize Nominee for its efforts in education and upskilling. JA is also listed in the top 7 most impactful NGOs in the world, which is the highest ranked NGO active in Malta.
Our mission is to inspire and prepare young people (aged 7 to 30) to succeed in a global economy through programmes in entrepreneurship, financial literacy and work readiness. If you are looking for a new challenge and for an impactful role, we are currently recruiting a Events Coordinator to join our team.
The ideal candidate for the position of Events Coordinator will be a highly motivated and dynamic individual who is energetic and enthusiastic with the capacity to engage and motivate others.
It is preferred that the candidate also has:
The role will require the candidate to be flexible to travel and to also work during events and sessions which sometimes happen in the evening or on Saturdays.
It is also ideal if the candidate has done one of the JA Programmes and obtained the ESP certification.
JA Malta, formerly known as Young Enterprise, is a member nation of Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide which represents a global network of non-profit organisations sharing a common mission and purpose to be leaders in the field of enterprise education. JA Malta aims to spur economic development by improving young people’s understanding of business, economics, employability, and entrepreneurship. If you have a passion for education and youth development combined with an opportunity-finding and problem-solving attitude, then this is really the place for you!
We’re a small dynamic team who are on the go and striving to innovate and create more experiences for our youths and stakeholders. Being part of the JA team is a unique experience where every team member has an opportunity to bring in their own unique personality and trait.
If you are interested please apply here: firstname.lastname@example.org