Vacancies

Loesje is always searching for people that want to support her activities. You can do this in different ways. Loesje is a world wide network of individuals, groups, associations and organisations. In most countries people work voluntary for Loesje. Most of the vacancies you can find here are voluntary, only occasionally you can find paid vacancies here.

 

VOLUNTARY VACANCIES

Do you want to do ESC in Arnhem at the international Loesje office?

We are looking for a creative and motivated person from Latvia to do European Solidarity Corps (ESC) at the Loesje office for 12 months. ESC is a project of the European Commission and it means you can live for free in Arnhem, do society-committed work and enjoy life, if you are under 30. Regulations you can read below.

Who is Loesje?

Loesje is an idealistic organisation which aims for a creative society based on own initiative and active citizenship. The objective is to exchange ideas and opinions, to stimulate people to create their own ideas. Loesje mainly uses posters with short but strong texts (one-liners), which shine a different light on particular subjects. Our main activity is to create such posters, together with our members, as well as with people from other organisations. The posters are spread on the Internet, around the streets, in community centres, schools etc. The aims of the organisation are to spread black and white posters to colour life and to create possibilities, in which participants of Loesje activities can start and support progressive social initiatives.

The project will start on the 1th of September 2019 and will last until the 31th of August 2020. And it will be a great experience. At our office you will be working together with Lonneke, Luder, Maarten, Meeske, Lotte, Rianne and Ralph and ofcourse many of the other active people of Loesje Netherlands and Loesje International.

Accommodation will be arranged. You will get money for food and pocket money and a language course. The atmosphere at the office is informal, fun, busy but with is a lot of space to come up with new, own ideas. Support is present during the whole year yet we encourage self-initiative. An active attitude is essential in the work we do.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Tasks you can do:

- Contact with international Loesje groups.

- (Co)-organizing events like Summer camp, Congress, writing sessions.

- Participating in international writing workshops

- Translating international texts in your own language

- Lay-out posters

- Freedom to think of and carry out own creative plans and initiatives.

- Helping with the development of the website homepage and updating and innovating it

In all tasks will be a balance between working together and working independently.

When you speak Dutch there will also be other possibilities as tasks, a.o. textwriting with local

Loesje-groups, giving workshops to external organisations in The Netherlands.

You can apply now but first read the regulations and selection criteria. If you have questions just ask us, no problem. One advice in case you know the people of the office, what you write to us is very important and not what you believe that we know of you. It's better to write more than to give too less information.

Regulations

You are not allowed to be Dutch

You should be between 18 and 30 years old

You should be a citizen of Latvia. If you doubt, ask us!

You should be able to speak English and preferable more languages

Selection Criteria:

* A strong motivation clearly described what you want to do

* CV and Creative Vitae (what are your creative skills?)

* A good level of speaking and understanding English

* Able to work independent and develop own ideas

* We should believe you will fit in our team

* Because of the strict Dutch immigration policy and bureaucracy, we unfortunately only host volunteer from inside the European Union.

Deadline for applying:

The deadline for applying is the 1st of June 2019. We will inform you as soon as possible after these dates if you are selected or not.

You can send you application to loesje@loesje.org