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Job & Accademic Opportunities

1. Vacancy Announcement at Global Interiors Group

Company: Global Interiors Group

Position: Sales Manager

Job description:

The Sales Manager main role is to manage customer during projects achieving customer satisfaction. The Sales Manager shall keep the customer always informed and integrated in the decision-making. The Sales Manager must deal with conflicts (in particular in expectations) and manage internal communication as a single point of contact with the customer. Direct the actual distribution or movement of a product or service to the customer. Coordinate sales distribution by establishing sales territories, quotas, and goals and establish training programs for sales representatives. Analyze sales statistics gathered by staff to determine sales potential and inventory requirements and monitor the preferences of customers.

Requirements:

One year of interactive marketing and sales experience would be a plus, or bachelor’s degree in a related field
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects in busy environment.
Strong understanding of basic marketing principles and how to use qualitative and quantitative information to develop successful solutions and pitches.
Excellent oral and written communication skills necessary, with strong presentation skills a plus.
Strong analytical skills
Capable of working proactively with multiple departments to achieve results
Proficiency in PowerPoint, MS Word and Excel a must
Ability to travel abroad


Duties:

The main objectives of customer management during projects are:

· √ To buy-in support from customer on the project decisions and roll out of the works;

· √ To have prompt and responsive problem and decision making;

· √ To have on-going recognition of project achievements from Customer.

· √ To have a productive working relationship.

· √ The Sales Manager shall also manage support and maintenance contracts.

A fluent working level of English is a must.

The salary and social package will negotiate during an interview.

Please send your resume to: info@gig.az .

For the further information you can call directly to: 050 225 55 58



2. Vacancy at Euro-Atlantic Center PR

Euro-Atlantic Center was established in 2006 by NATO, Azerbaijani Government and Euro-Atlantic Center Public Union to serve as public information and resource center on NATO and related security issues.



Euro-Atlantic Center is looking for a qualified candidate to :

Position: Coordinator



Successful candidate will be coordinating Euro-Atlantic Center’s daily activities, liaise with the EAC Board and must have excellent interpersonal, organizational and language (Azerbaijani, English) skills.



We offer excellent work conditions, professional growth opportunities and attractive compensation package.

Interested persons should send their CV via e-mail: contact.eac.in.azerbaijan@gmail.com by 30 April 2007.



3. Job Openings at PricewaterhouseCooper Company

PricewaterhouseCoopers is now recruiting experienced Assurance Associates and SPA Consultants to work in its Baku office.

We offer

· Professional working environment

· Training development

· Professional Qualification (ACCA studies)

· Competitive salary and benefits

· Interesting and challenging work experience



Who is the Ideal Candidate for us;



We are looking for people with the following attributes:


Position: Assurance Associate

Requirements:

· A recent university graduate

· Experienced and/or interested in audit and accounting

· Fluency in Azeri and a good working knowledge of English (knowledge of Russian language is an advantage.)

· Capable of working in a team environment

· Strong communication skills


Position: SPA (Systems Process Assurance) Consultant

Requirements:

· Bachelor degree

· 1 to 2 years of external and/or internal IT audit background, compliance experience

· Working knowledge and understanding of compliance and risk review procedures, business processes

· and internal controls

· Fluency in Azeri and a good working knowledge of English (knowledge of Russian language is an

· advantage)

· Ability to operate in multitask environment

· Good presentation skills

· Willingness to travel (CIS countries)



How to apply:

If you have relevant professional or business experience, good English, Azeri and Russian language skills, and would like to join a team working with top national and international companies, please send an e-mail to baku.office@az.pwc.com or download an application form

from our website: www.pwc.com/az and send us your completed application form together with a cover letter and CV in an envelope marked ‘Private and Confidential’ to:

Ayten Velieva
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Landmark Office Plaza, 5th floor
96 Nizami Street
Baku AZ1010 Azerbaijan
[994] 12 497 2515

Deadline for application for the position is 11th May 2007



4. Democracy Commission Small Grants Program

The U.S. Embassy in Azerbaijan is pleased to announce the opening of the Spring 2007 Round of the Democracy Commission Small Grants Program. The application period begins on April 18, 2007 and ends on May 16, 2007 at 6 PM. Interested Azerbaijani non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are invited to submit a grant proposal in one of the following fourteen topic areas:

Promoting Political Process Reforms:

Projects supporting free and fair Presidential Elections in November 2008.
Projects promoting the role and responsibilities of municipalities.
Projects supporting Azerbaijan's engagement with multilateral organizations (NATO, GUAM, OSCE).
Protecting Human Rights:

Projects supporting the Government's implementation of the National Action Plan on the Protection of Human Rights.
Expanding Media Freedom:

Projects promoting and expanding participatory journalism.
Advancing the Rule of Law:

Projects monitoring court cases.
Creating an Educated, Empowered and Engaged Citizenry:

Projects raising public awareness about domestic violence against women.
Projects raising public awareness about trafficking in persons.
Projects promoting peace building and conflict transformation skills.
Projects encouraging university students to publish an online course-guide.
Projects cooperating with schools on developing extra-curricular activities that teach children civic responsibility.
A project designing and launching a "one-stop shop" website detailing recently published Azerbaijani language information on human rights, democracy and the rule of law.
Economic Reforms:

Projects creating awareness in society and the business community on the importance of Azerbaijan's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Projects strengthening the work of professional associations


You can find a more detailed description of each topic in the solicitation.
English version: Azerbaijani version:
<<Spring 2007 DemCom Solicitation.doc>> <<Spring 2007 DemCom Solicitation_Azeri.doc>>

The three-part application package, including the solicitation, can be downloaded from the U.S. Embassy's website:

http://baku.usembassy.gov/demmain.html (English language version of the website)
http://baku.usembassy.gov/demmain_az.html (Azerbaijani language version of the website)
If you have any questions, please email us in English at BakuDemCom@state.gov

Please send this announcement to any of your contacts that you think might be interested.

Sincerely,
The Democracy Commission Team



5. American Councils’ joint fee-based exchange initiative with the American Practicum Program (APP)

Are you a university student or a young working professional interested in working with an established organization to receive professional training in the field?

Have you been looking for the opportunity to obtain international work experience in the US and learn about American culture first-hand?

Would you like to improve your English language skills through applied job training?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then you might want to explore opportunities available through the American Practicum Program.

WHAT IS THE AMERICAN PRACTICUM PROGRAM?

§ An academic or professional internship in the U.S.

§ A 3 - 12 month training program

§ Both paid and unpaid opportunities to acquire on-the-job skills

§ A chance to gain professional experience in the US directly related to your academic and career interests



ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must:

· Be a full time student in an undergraduate or graduate program; or

· Be a working professional with at least two years of experience in their field;

· Be under the age of 40;

· Apply for a practicum related to their professional or academic field;

· Demonstrate sufficient English language skills to function in a U.S. work environment;

· Be able to secure a U.S. visa;

· Demonstrate sufficient financial resources to live in the U.S.



AMERICAN COUNCILS AND ITS PARTNERS WILL PROVIDE:

· US Visa support documents (DS-2019);

· Pre-departure orientation to the program and visiting the U.S.;

· Assistance with travel arrangements;

· Placement at a US company or organization or guidance in obtaining placement (optional);

· Sickness and injury insurance;

· On-program support (including 24 hour emergency line, periodic site visits, etc.).



For complete details on Eligibility requirements and other aspects of the American Practicum Program, please contact American Councils, Baku office.



TRAINING CATEGORIES
American Councils /(U.S. organizations) is/are now recruiting internship participants in the following categories:

· Agriculture

· Architecture

· Computer Sciences

· Engineering

· Finance

· Health-Related Occupations

· Hospitality and Hotel Management

· Industrial Occupations

· Journalism and Communications

· Law

· Management and Business

· Public Administration



SECURING AN INTERNSHIP PLACEMENT
1. Self Placement

Many participants secure an internship placement with a U.S. company on their own. If you already have a placement, you should proceed immediately with the application process.



2. Placement Service

To request this service, ask for employment forms and a list of available positions.

APPROXIMATE INTERNSHIP COSTS
Application Fee: $ 110

Sample Program Fees:

Short Term (3-6 months): $1450

Long Term (6-12 months): $1950

Applicable taxes, including VAT and banking fees will be added to these amounts as necessary. The costs above do not include airfare, SEVIS or visa fees.



For list of available positions and application form, please contact ACCELS office on 596 19 33, 59670 05 or (050)225 81 78, admin@americancouncils.



6. Postgraduate programme at the University of Bristol

Applicants can be from any country, but must be liable to pay the full international tuition fee. Applicants must hold an offer for a Taught Postgraduate programme at the University of Bristol.

Applicants must have firmly accepted the offer made by the University of Bristol before submitting an application. Conditional offer holders may apply for the scholarship but an award can only be made if conditions are met.

The deadline for applications is 30th June 2007 for those students commencing their studies in September 2007. The scholarship application must be typed (or reasons for not doing so given) and must be a piece of original work signed by the applicant. All scholarship applicants must agree to provide a student profile to be used in publications for the purposes of marketing the University of Bristol.

Current University of Bristol masters students are not eligible to apply. Applicants who defer entry must apply for the academic year in which their studies will start. There are 10 Scholarships worth £2000 each for a single programme of study. The amount will be deducted directly from tuition fees.

Scholarships are awarded by the 'International Recruitment Office' Scholarships Panel and all decisions are final. Students will be notified in late September or early October if they have been successful and there will be a ceremony held early in the academic year to celebrate the awards.

Deadline: 30 June 2007
Note: Taught Master's programmes only

Postal applications must be sent to:

International Scholarship Administrator,
International Recruitment Office,
University of Bristol Union,
Queens Road,
Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1LN
Email applications must be sent to: iro@bristol. ac.uk

Bristol University website: http://www.bris.ac.uk/



7. Call for application for 12 PhD-scholarships at the 'Vienna School of Governance' (ViGo), University of Vienna

The newly founded 'Vienna School of Governance' is a graduate school established by the University of Vienna. It focuses on a multi- disciplinary and multi-theoretical approach to the study of modern governance within a comparative framework. The faculty consists of specialists in policy analysis, researchers concerned with the wider societal and cultural aspects of governance and specialists in the fields of European, East Asian, and African studies. The core faculty will be complemented by international visiting professors and lecturers. This unique combination of expertise and research capacities creates an attractive environment for students who strive for academic excellence.

The 'Vienna School of Governance' offers a research intensive three year PhD programme on a fulltime basis. The call is now open for 12 positions for PhD-scholars starting in October 2007. Deadline for receiving applications is 30 May 2007. Accepted research students will receive a monthly scholarship and are freed from tuition. Students from all countries of origin are eligible who hold a university degree (at least equivalent to an international MA or Austrian 'Magister'). Applicants have to provide proof of basic knowledge of social science theory, methodology and governance issues either by the particular university degree, specialization on such topics within their studies or by complementary training (like summer schools, university courses, etc.). The dissertation topic has to be directly related to questions of governance within the above mentioned framework and areas of study. For details
concerning the research programme, admission and selection procedures, please, visit the graduate school's website at: http://vigo.univie.ac.at/.

Univ.Prof. Dr. Dieter Segert
Universität Wien
Institut für Politikwissenschaft
1010 Wien, Universitätsstr. 7
Tel.: +43 (01) 4277 47722
Fax: +43 (01)4277 9477
e-Mail: dieter.segert@univie.ac.at
Fax (+994 12) 448 28 61



8. Health Care Management Program, London, UK.

Course Title: The Health Care Management programme

Subjects: Health Sciences

Required Education: Intermediate

Course Periods: Full Time

Country: United Kingdom

City: London

For Genders: All

Expiry Date: 01-12-2007

List Description The course is offered on a 18 month full time basis and consists of 3 parts. The modules were designed to firstly give students an introduction to the sector and then gradually develop the skills and knowledge to be competent in the Health Care sector.

The Health Care Management programme is a generic course in Health care which will enable candidates with employment in the Health Care sector or pursue a relevant degree course in Nursing or professional Medicine with direct entry to second year where appropriate

Institution Name: Williams College

Contact Person: n/a

Address Thavies Inn House , 5 Holborn Circus Holborn London EC1N 2HB United Kingdom

Institution Email: info@williamscollege.co.uk

Institution URL: www.williamscollege.co.uk

Institution Detail: Williams College has a range of courses at various levels and very economical prices. If your goal is to find a rewarding career or develop your professional skills then Williams College can help you. All programmes offer you the chance to acquire knowledge and skills sought by employers worldwide, enhancing your career prospects and making you internationally competitive in the job market. Alternatively, your aim may be to just learn and acquire know how or improve your English language and communication skills. Either way, at Williams College you can achieve your goals



9. Master Studies in Finance, Wroclaw, Poland

Course Title: Program Master Studies in Finance in English

Subjects: Finance

Required Education: Bachelor's Degree

Course Periods: Full Time

Country: Poland

City: Wrocław

For Genders: All

Expiry Date: 01-12-2007

List Description: Program Master Studies in Finance fulfils Master requirements of European Union. It is taught in English and based on world standards in finance programs. euro_male.jpg

The proposed program is directed at the students of Finance major. It consists of six semesters of classes and it is aimed at students who completed at least four semesters including the following courses: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Mathematics, Statistics, Informatics, Law, Management, Public Finance.

Student can study also during some semesters provided that he completed in his university the courses preceding these taught during the respective semester.

Program consists of compulsory and elective courses. Among the elective courses there are the courses containing the material necessary to obtain the world-wide professional licenses, including financial analysts and risk managers, namely:

* Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®)

* Certified International Investment Analyst (CIIA)

* Professional Risk Manager (PRM)

* Financial Risk Manager (FRM)

Prerequisites:

· Bachelor Degree or 3 years of compatible degree study

· Completed courses in:

Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Mathematics, Statistics, Econometrics, Financial Mathematics, Management, Financial Accounting, Financial Market, Corporate Finance

The program fee is 2.500 Euro per each year plus registration fee - 200 Euro.



10. Two Week Summer School in Azerbaijan and Georgia (20 August-1 Sept)

Enjoy friendship and a great opportunity to discover different new cultures and peoples, to explore two of the world²s most historic cities and their environs Azerbaijan and Georgia.

We are pleased to announce that we are organizing a summer school which relates to the history and the culture of Azerbaijan and Georgia and the Caucasus region. For 15 days at the summer school of the top-rated private university of the Caucasus you have the chance to study and discover the history, culture and life style of the people of Azerbaijan and
Georgia. If you want to a spent very different and exotic summer with us at Qafqaz University sincerely welcome you.

Our summer school program covers wide range of academic subjects such as history, culture, language and literature as well as much traveling to places of interest in Azerbaijan and in Georgia.

If you want to learn more about the Land of Fires-Azerbaijan, Georgia and the Caucasus then this program is for you, and we invite you to join us at Qafqaz University for our summer school which should run between 20th August and 1st September, 2007.

If you require more information, please visit our website at: www.qafqaz.edu. az/index. php?inf_id= 978&z=147

Best regards,
Cosqun B.Iman
International Office
Qafqaz University
Baku, Azerbaijan
Tel (+994 12) 448 28 62/63/64 - 112







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