This is a fixed-term position filled for a period up to 3 years, with an option to change to a permanent position linked to the liaison office. The Office and Residence Manager is appointed by the NCI Board, and the recruitment and appointment procedure follows the NCI Bye-laws.
For more information about the position, please contact Director, Christabel Royan, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Administration, Nordic Secretariat, Lise Hansen, email: email@example.com
Your application, written in English should be sent to The NCI Nordic Secretariat, firstname.lastname@example.org, and the email should be labeled “NCI application: Office and Residence Manager”.
Applications must include a CV (with contact information), indication of education (a copy of educational qualification), two references, and a two-page motivation letter. The applicant should also state, whether it is possible to start 15th of November 2021, or if not, what would be the possible time.
Applications submitted through channels other than by email to email@example.com, or applications which are not received by the application deadline will not be considered.
All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background.
All applications must be received no later than 15th October 2021
Working areas/Key Responsibilities
Running of Liaison Office:
Running of Director’s Residence:
Assistance to the Director
We expect that you:
We prefer candidates already based in Delhi.
An exciting and varied position that gives the benefits of working in a team in a small international organization. Working with many collaborators, internal as well as external, and considerable opportunities for independent work with possibilities to influence own workflow.
About the NCI
The NCI has a liaison office and a rented apartment for its operations in New Delhi, India. The Nordic secretariat of the NCI is currently hosted by Aarhus University. The highest decision making body of the NCI is the annual General Assembly (GA), to which each member institution can send one delegate. The Board of the NCI takes care of operational leadership. It has six members, one from each Nordic country (plus personal deputy members), and a chairperson. The Board is nominated by the General Assembly.