31.03.2023

We’re hiring an Administration and Finance Coordinator

Are you interested in working with us? We are hiring a full-time Administration and Finance Coordinator to join our motivated team in Brussels. 

Full information regarding this job offer can be found here.

Please send your CV (two pages maximum in PDF) and motivation letter (one page maximum in PDF) to Gina Ebner (gina.ebner@eaea.org) and the EAEA office (eaea-office@eaea.org) until 23 April 2023 with the subject ‘Job application Administration and Finance Coordinator [your surname]’.

The shortlisted candidates will be interviewed during the second half of April.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. CV and personal data of applicants are not shared with anyone outside EAEA and will be deleted immediately after the recruitment process according to GDPR.

We’re an equal-opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or disability status.

Deadline: 23 April 2023

Venue of work: EAEA office in Brussels and hybrid

Preferred starting date: As soon as possible

15.02.2024 Hall of Fame

Call for nominations to the Hall of Fame

The International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame has opened a Call for Nominations.

18.01.2024 Erasmus+

Survey reveals that European ALE organisations struggle with access to EU funding opportunities

In a recent survey conducted across adult learning and education (ALE) organisations in Europe in the framework of the Path2EU4AE project, a concerning revelation has emerged: many organisations lack crucial information about various European Union funding programmes available to them. While the Erasmus+ programme is widely known and used in the sector, other funding programmes such as CERV (Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values) and Creative Europe are still largely unknown to many organisations.

11.01.2024 advocacy

Stop taxing the right to adult learning and education!

The national and regional interpretations of the European Union's VAT Directive lead to financial uncertainties and problems for many ALE organisations in Europe. We demand a revision of the VAT Directive to exempt non-formal and non-commercial adult learning and education from VAT.