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Institute of Entrepreneurship Development is a private organization located in Larissa, Greece with a 12 years’ experience in the implementation of national and European co-funded projects within the framework of ERASMUS+, COSME, GROWTH, JUSTICE, REC, H2020, AMIF, INTERREG MED and other programs.

In this framework, we are looking for a Project manager to join our projects’ implementation team.


Responsibilities:

  • Overall management and implementation of European projects
  • Financial management and reporting within the implementation of the European projects
  • Development of the outputs and deliverables of the European projects
  • Participation in the transnational meetings implemented within the European projects
  • Organization and implementation of thematic and multiplier events within the framework of the European projects

Requirements:

  • Previous working experience as a manager of national and/or European co-funded projects of at least 1 year
  • Excellent English communication and writing skills
  • Excellent level of digital skills
  • Travel availability
  • Organization skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Teamwork skills
  • Previous working experience as a business consultant will be estimated as an added value
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We Offer:

  • Competitive salary
  • Friendly working environment
  • Personal growth opportunities

Position Location

  • Larissa, Greece

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