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CENTRAL ESTIEM?

Central ESTIEM can be seen as the working place in ESTIEM. It aims to provide a framework where people can work together and develop their ideas with like-minded ESTIEMers. The Central ESTIEM structure consist of the board and several entities that support the board and the network and others that focus on the value creation by coordinating the organization of services. More information on Central ESTIEM can be found below.

There are a many reasons why you should join Central ESTIEM. First of all, you will be working in an international team. In this team you can create your own impact by developing ideas or starting initiatives. Furthermore, it is a great opportunity to develop yourself by learning new things and improve a variety of skills.
Last but not least, it is amazing to be part of an European Community. In this community you will make new friends, collaborate with people from different cultures and have a lot of fun!

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CENTRAL ESTIEM?

How to Get Active?

1. Join Actives List

Actives mail list is the main communication channel for actives of ESTIEM. You’ll be updated about Central ESTIEM, Council Meetings, job and study opportunities after you subscribe.

2. Check the Open Calls Newsletter

Once you subscribe to Actives’ List, you’ll receive a monthly Open Calls Newsletter which is the email that shows available positions inside Central teams! You can check positions’ details here on the Get Active! Page down below!

3. Apply To A Position!

Write a motivational letter to respective leader and recruitment.hrc@estiem.org to apply for any of the positions. Each team has different requirements, so before you write your motivational letter, don’t forget to check the open position document  you’re interested in!

OPEN POSITIONS

The next Open Positions will be out on the 15th of March!

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IEM Conference

The IEM Conference of this year will be the first edition ever made. Since the pandemic situation is not improving, the event has to be adapted for online, which leaves room for much creativity on how to design it.

We want to create the “dream team” in order to get this huge online event on its feet, and make it one of the best and biggest online events ever made in ESTIEM.

The team has a very important role in putting this event together! These people will work closely with the Project Leader and VP of Education in the several areas of the event, and can choose where they prefer to give their contribution to this huge event!

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Contact the leader: 

vp-education@estiem.org

The Website responsible will be the creator of the website of the event, being able to develop what will be the face of the Conference for all the ones attending.

From this position, you will learn how to work in an international team, take part in one of the biggest events of ESTIEM and recognition by the creation of a website to be used by several stakeholders.

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Contact the leader: 

vp-education@estiem.org

Lean Six Sigma

The ESTIEM Lean Six Sigma Service is a platform to shape the way Lean Six Sigma impacts IEM Europe, with at its core a Green Belt Course taught by students for students.

The mission of the Lean Six Sigma Service is to teach as many ESTIEMers as possible the theoretical knowledge of a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt level and to certify them with an internationally recognized certification of a Green Belt after successful completion of a Green Belt Project.

We are looking for someone who is eager to take the next steps with us and be a new core member of our Lean Six Sigma family!

The Expansion Responsible in the LSS Team coordinates the further growth of the LSS course in Europe. Expansion can happen in 3 ways: geographical expansion through reaching new LGs to host the course, recurring expansion through organizing more courses in the same LG, and local scaling expansion by having more participants per course (e.g. by having a course embedded in a university curriculum).

Ultimately you will be responsible for executing the LSS Expansion Strategy where we set-up and maintain self-sustaining LSS Communities

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Contact the leader: leader.lss@estiem.org

LC responsible is the central responsible for the operations of all local LSS courses. To do this the LCR manages the team of local mentors that coordinate the local courses in a specific predefined LSS community.

The LCR coordinates the local courses that are organized in a LSS Community without a local mentor.

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Contact the leader: leader.lss@estiem.org

CR responsible is an important role for the financial stability further development of the Lean Six sigma Service. In the past we mainly have had partnerships based on visibility and internship collaborations. However, more recently we’ve also started to explore other CR models. Because part of the LSS GB course is to complete a project in a company, the CR Responsible will also be involved in supporting the Certification responsible in the certification process.

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Contact the leader: leader.lss@estiem.org

Summer Academy

Summer Academy creates a space away from the usual lives of participants where experienced Academic Leaders guide students by challenging their mindsets and guiding them to widen their perspectives on their own life and to create strong relationships between them.

Our team has family-like atmosphere, we keep friendly atmosphere, lots of jokes, fun, and hard work at the same time. Isn’t it a dream? So why don’t YOU become a part of team that changes ESTIEMers lives?

We want to expand and strengthen our pool of Academic Leaders as they are leading Summer
Academy events. It includes creating clear vision of who is Academic Leader, creating the strategy of
approaching and managing new Academic Leaders. Also the position requires writing opencalls for
Academic Leaders when we’re planning events.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.sac@estiem.org

Analysis Committee

Our mission is to support ESTIEM to make the decision-making more fact-based to help the organisation move forward while supporting ESTIEMers in their professional development.

Are you interested in the ever-developing field of Data? More professionals than ever see the importance of data on the world around us, but are we prepared to work with it? Can you generate insights from a big amount of data? Join the Analysis Committee and gain several of the most sought after skills on LinkedIn. Learn more about this Committee here!

We are looking for team members that are willing to learn about Data Analysis and to implement the gained skills in ESTIEM. You will be supported by a group of dedicated members and Alumni who will guide you through your learning process.

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Contact the leader: 

leader.analysis@estiem.org

IEM Connection

IEM Connection is the right place for you in Central ESTIEM if you want to be the voice of IEM Students and have an impact on IEM Education in Europe!

Currently, IEM Connection aims to connect students, professors and professionals to change education by providing opportunities to discuss education and contributing to academic development in Europe. 

Being in the IEM Connection team is an opportunity to work together with a dynamic and inspiring team of students that will not only help you gain new experiences but also expand your knowledge base on educational aspects related to industrial engineering.

Local Educational Events is a new concept of educational events for LGs to express their needs through an event. Also, it is a way to get students close to education by discussing it with professors and get new ways to improve their own education. It aims to create reports for students’ voice dissemination and benchmarking. We are looking for someone willing to explore the concept for the event, improve it, and coordinates it both on a strategic and operational level.

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Contact the leader: Batuhan.Aydin@estiem.org

IEM Summit is a place for students discuss their education and how they are educated. It aims to create reports for students’ voice dissemination and benchmarking. We are looking for someone willing to explore the concept for the event, improve it, and coordinates it both on a strategic and operational level.

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Contact the leader: Batuhan.Aydin@estiem.org

Online webinars/podcasts allow students to hear experts on topics related to Education and Engineering Society and to focus on the role of students in improving those topics discussed.

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Contact the leader: Batuhan.Aydin@estiem.org

Social and Environmental Responsibility Committee

SERC’s mission is to connect, educate, and support ESTIEM in the making of initiatives relevant to Social and Environmental Responsibility.

We are a newly established entity that wants to help ESTIEM fulfill its social and environmental responsibilities, facilitate sustainable mindsets across the network and promote equal opportunities.

Due to the project-based working style we are a really flexible team, and we can quickly take on new goals and projects. 

Learn more about this Committee here!

As a Team Member you work closely with your project team(s), while of course being supported by the whole committee and its leader. You get to have your say on the project’s strategy, and the tasks can be very diverse depending on the project.
We currently need Team Members for four different projects: SER Tips, Advocacy, Better
Health and Well-Being, and Better Planned Travels.

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Contact the leader: leader.serc@estiem.org

Academic Days

The Academic Days events are 4 to 6 Days Events where each Local Group delivers  the best expertise its university has to offer to ESTIEMers. The event consists, at the moment, of developing a series of hard-skills seminars provided by professors from the university and great collaboration with Local Companies to present real-life problems related to the topic for ESTIEMers to solve.

We are a very hard-working team eager to create awesome events, provide knowledge to the network and help our organizing Local Groups! If you feel like you want to add value to the network by joining our family now is the time to do it!

Team members will have the possibility to work in different areas of the service as needed and support all the projects of the team, allowing them to get a full view of our work. As a team member you will have the opportunity to work in events organization, online Masterclasses organization, events promotion and support to organizing LGs

 

Tasks of the Team members will include the following:

  •  Support the entity by working in one or more areas
  • Participation in team chats
 
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Contact the leader: leader.academicdays@estiem.org

Europe3D

Europe3D events give its participants a better understanding of our cultural differences by experiencing together with other participants in a friendly atmosphere – while learning 3 dimensions of the hosting country by trainings, seminars, and cultural activities.

As the Europe3D Team we are a huge diverse family of Pandas who are not only working efficiently but also having fun at the same time. Every ESTIEMer with great ideas in their mind is always welcome in our team. You can join the Panda Team by applying for the following position…

Tasks of the PR and Promotion Responsible will include the following:

  • Create and design new promotion materials for Europe3D. (for CMs, CoMs…)
  • Help and contact the Europe3D event organizers for their cover photos, PR posts and materials, etc. when needed.
  • Being responsible for Europe3D posts sharing in Central Level.
  • Working on the new PR Strategy of E3D.
  • Contact with PRC for everything related to Europe3D.
  • Attending actively bi-weekly team chats.
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Contact the leader: leader.Europe3D@estiem.org 

Tasks of the Externals’ Responsible will include the following: 

  • The recognition and promotion of Europe3D within Externals.
  • Searching new channels to increase the number of applications of Externals in E3D events.
  • Creating Externals Application forms for both NGOs and other Externals.
  • Examine applications and having interviews with the potential External applicants.
  • Working on the new Externals’ Strategy of E3D.
  • Attending actively bi-weekly team chats.

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Contact the leader: leader.Europe3D@estiem.org 


Human Resources Committee

The Human Resources Committee aims to support all central ESTIEM entities in recruiting, onboarding, managing and developing their team members by facilitating recruitment processes, assessing stability and providing opportunities for development.

We are a team of united people, committed to add value to the network and its members. If you are interested and motivated to work a full year with us, don’t let this opportunity go. Here you will learn basic and advanced skills on people’s management and development. HRC is waiting for you! Learn more about this committee here!

As a Recruitment Team Member of HRC, your tasks will be analyzing the recruitment process by tracking the number of applications to central teams and managing Get Active! Chats. You’ll be working very closely with the Recruitment Responsible and HRC Leader and support them in other recruitment tasks if needed.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.hrc@estiem.org

Local Group Exchange

Local Group Exchange service aims to connect and support Local Groups to make possible the quality exchanges happen while defining and standardizing its content and ensuring innovation for the event concept.

Preparing for the future, we want to make sure that innovation is a part of continuous development of the entity, which gives maximum value to Local Groups and our Team Members.

The New Team Member will go through onboarding and shortly become LGX Coordinator for one or few online exchanges working closely with LRs of specific Local Groups by coordinating projects using team resources and implementing additional project management tools, which creates a great platform for experiments 🙂

 

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Contact the leader: leader.lgx@estiem.org

BrainTrainer

BrainTrainer is a training-based project that aims to provide high quality, interactive and multicultural learning experiences. While working on soft and business skills such as communication, presentation, negotiation and team-management, participants are also able to enjoy the experience-sharing, fun, and team spirit inherent to every ESTIEM project.

The aim of this position is to improve the quality of the events in BrainTrainer, and BrainTrainer itself.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.braintrainer@estiem.org

 

BusinessBooster

Businessbooster is an ESTIEM Division that aims to develop the entrepreneurship path
inside ESTIEM. It has a wide range of concepts in order to target students with different
levels of knowledge and backgrounds, maximizing the learning experience.

The tasks of SET/ WET Coordinator will include helping organizing the next edition of SET/ WET; finding possible LGs to host one week of the event andbeing able to cooperate and report to the businessbooster team at all times.

 

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Contact the leader: Lampros.Alexos@estiem.org


Members Committee

Assure every association is following ESTIEM’s Membership Regulations by monitoring and supporting Guests and Observers on their way to Membership and controlling the activeness of our Members while analysing new growth opportunities. Learn more about this committee here

The Membership Process follows a 1:1 approach towards each Guest and Observer so they can strive in our network, while taking into consideration our Membership Regulations.

 

Tasks of Membership Process Responsible will include:

  • Monitoring and supporting the Guests, Observers and Member Groups (for their first year);
  • Collecting feedback from the Local Groups in order to improve the Membership Process;
  • Conducting a mentoring program with the help of more experienced LGs.
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Contact the leader: Ines.marques@estiem.org

Data Protection Task Group

The Data Protection Task Group aims to make ESTIEM a compliant association in the data protection topics.

The team has experienced members on the topic where new members can learn more, and work together while developing the topic in ESTIEM. The only motivation that we are looking for is to be motivated to learn more and more.

Are you willing to learn more while making an impact inside the network? This position was built for you!

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Contact the Board Responsible:  vp-administration@estiem.org


Grants Task Group

The Grants task group’s aim is to work on the obtention of European grants in order to help ESTIEM financially in the accomplishment of projects and events.

Two type of grants co-exist:
– structural grants, for the organization as a whole;
– event-based grants, which are allocated to a single event / project or group of events.

The current (very new) team focuses on structural grants, but we want to expend and also work on event-based grants!

As an event-based grants team member, you will first work on the requirements of various European grants (understanding them, see how they apply for various entities, projects and events), and then communicate with other entities who are interested in funding.

You will then be in charge of one (or multiple) applications: writing of the application, communication with the entity and local groups, post application responsibilities.

 

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Contact the leader: louise.bottenberg@estiem.org

A framework partnership agreement is a structural grant offered by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ program. We are looking for an additional team member who will specifically work on this type of grant and more specifically help with the writing part.

 

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Contact the leader: louise.bottenberg@estiem.org



Event Quality Task Group

Event Quality Task Group aims working towards having a standardized Events’ quality improvement system, and consistent quality in ESTIEM events.

One of the main points of Event Quality in ESTIEM is working on and implementing the 3 year strategy (2018-2021) voted upon in CM Karlsruhe. The strategy aims to support events’ organization at the quality level with defining the quality of events to create helpful processes and tools for its members.

As the position will be helping in fulfilling the Event Quality Strategy, there will be a strong communication between the team, the Analysis Committee, the Vice President of Administration and the Vice President of Activities.

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Contact the leader: marc.johannsmann@estiem.org

Local Group Support System

Local Group Support System’s mission is to have a support system for Local Groups’ development, with a customized, project-based approach.

Local Group Support System aims to work with the Local Groups that want to get support according to their needs. There are consultants in our system to guide them in their LGSS journey. We are collecting KPIs from the LGs to see which areas we should improve or help.

The PR Responsible will be directly working with the leader of Local Group Support System. 

Tasks of PR Responsible will include the following:

  • Creating a logo for LGSS, we currently don't have any.
  • Creating promotion documents for LGSS
  • Creating a PR Strategy for LGSS
  • Having a communication with PRC to promote LGSS and its events.
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Contact the leader: 

leader.lgss@estiem.org


Vision

Established in 1993, Vision is the oldest services in ESTIEM. Our mission is to give IEM students practical insights into current and future topics while bridging the gap between the academic and corporate environment.

If you see yourself as a knowledgeable person and are motivated to dedicating a full year to ESTIEM, we might just have the right position for you! Due to the project-based working style we are a really flexible team, and we can quickly take on new goals and projects. Team members are able to help each other in all projects, even though we have defined project responsibles and project team members.

The online webinar responsible will be communicating with the local groups to discover possibilities to organize online Vision events during the COVID-19 period.
Besides that, the online webinar responsible will actively take part during the organization process of online events/webinars.

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Contact the leader: leader.vision@estiem.org 

Internal Awareness Task Group

The Internal Awareness Task Group aims to support ESTIEM by providing ESTIEMers and Central ESTIEM with awareness about each other.

We want to be proactive in our approach, to search for places where there is a lack of knowledge, look for solutions, and then implement projects to address found issues. By providing Central ESTIEM with awareness about ESTIEMers we can help the network to provide a better offering to them.

NEEP Coordinator will be working closely with the IATG Leader and a small team to create something completely new! We are going to create a new activity for LGs to teach their members what is ESTIEM and what can it offer to them!

What is it going to be? A game? A simulation? Options are limitless! While we have a few inspirations, we are aiming for:

  • Activity easy to be organized offline by LRs for their LGs,
  • Activity which doesn’t require an experienced ESTIEMer to be delivered,
  • Activity which is going to present ESTIEM in a fun way to all participants.
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Contact the leader: krzysztof.figas@estiem.org

NEEP TM will be working closely with the NEEP Coordinator and IATG Leader within a small team to create something completely new! We are going to create a new activity for LGs to teach their members what is ESTIEM and what can it offer to them! 

What is it going to be? A game? A simulation? Options are limitless! While we have a few inspirations, we are aiming for:

  • Activity easy to be organized offline by LRs for their LGs,
  • Activity which doesn’t require an experienced ESTIEMer to be delivered,
  • Activity which is going to present ESTIEM in a fun way to all participants.
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Contact the leader: krzysztof.figas@estiem.org

Corporate Relations Committee

Our main occupation revolves around sales, from the search for potentially interesting contacts to the signing of contracts, passing through a whole process of discussion and negotiation. CRM, which stands for “Customer Relationship Management”, is also a big part of our job. By being responsible for a partnership, team members maintain our relation with our different partners and assure that the contracts are fulfilled and renewed every year.

As a team, we have many challenges ahead and we are actively working on more efficient approaches to both companies and universities. Interested in contributing to the network by getting experience and contacts in the professional world? Willing to develop personally and professionally by working in an international team? We are waiting for you!

IEM Conference (CR) Responsible will be in charge of leading the fundraising effort for the very first edition of IEM Conference! Since this event will be held online, this person will be a full
member of the organizing team of this big brand new event!

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Contact the leader: alisee.pierrot@estiem.org

As a member of the sales team, you will be in charge of finding new partnership opportunities both with universities and companies. If you are interested in contributing to the network AND
having the chance to get experience and contacts in the professional world, don’t miss your chance!

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Contact the leader: alisee.pierrot@estiem.org

Public Relations Committee

 The Public Relations Committee aims to maintain the ESTIEM brand by creating and publicizing the necessary brand materials for this purpose and to support entities and local groups in order to increase the recognition of ESTIEM to its stakeholders.

We use the power of creativity, proactivity and fresh ideas to communicate ESTIEM’s values to our target audiences. If you are a natural speaker, if you are not afraid to dream big, and bring those dreams to life, then join the Public Relations Committee and become a hero! Learn more about this Committee here!

Graphic Designers are a group of people within the PRC who are responsible for most of the designs. If you want to use your design skills to help ESTIEM, this is your chance to shine. You will get tasks based on your availability. Even if you are not super experienced in design yet, you are always welcome. There is always a possibility to learn. 

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Contact the leader: Remco.Vis@estiem.org

The video team will create moving visuals that will be on our official ESTIEM channels. This included small and simple stories, but also the creation of after movies of the Council Meetings or other promotional ESTIEM videos.

As member of the video team you are always welcome to join any PRC strategic chat. And if you are interested in design or PR strategy, you are obviously welcome to learn it here aswell.

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Contact the leader: Remco.Vis@estiem.org


ESTIEM Magazine

The ESTIEM Magazine is the official publication of ESTIEM (European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management) which is published twice a year and distributed at Council Meetings. We use our resources to support the spread ESTIEM spirit – the only thing you need to become a part of an ESTIEM Magazine issue is to love something about ESTIEM dearly.

We are looking for a creative yet responsible person to keep track of the Magazine’s social media promotion. If you know or want to learn how a promotional campaign is made and coordinated, love to read magazines and articles, and spend way too much time on social media, this position might just be what you've been looking for.

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Contact the leader: tanja.gagic@estiem.org

As a Design Team member, you are responsible for how the Magazine is visually presented. 

 

This includes designing each separate part of the Magazine and then putting it all together.

 

In this position you will gain adobe InDesign skills, graphic design knowledge, be part of the creation of the only IEM Magazine in Europe, work in a big international team and get familiar with Central ESTIEM!




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Contact the leader: tanja.gagic@estiem.org

Information Technology Committee

The IT Committee provides and maintains ESTIEMs IT-infrastructure. Also, we are providing technical support to ESTIEMers and assist other entities with their IT-needs.

Do you love coding or want to learn about it? Do you want to look behind the curtain of the portal and see how all of that magic is done? Join our team and shape the portal for the next generation of ESTIEMers. Learn more about this Committee here!

As a frontend developer, you will take care of coding tasks for the client part of the new portal. You will work in an agile team of students and Alumni who share knowledge and help each other.

You are free to invest as much time as you like. There are tasks for different levels of experience, so feel free to join even if you are not too experienced.

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Contact the leader: leader.it@estiem.org

Knowledge Facilitation Committee

Knowledge Facilitation Committee is one of the key committees of the network, we are responsible for managing Elium and making sure that knowledge is updated and ready for ESTIEMers to use. Our key values are working together and having fun as a team!

If you are interested in being a member of an entity where you will get to collaborate with Leaders, support ESTIEMers with necessary knowledge, and most importantly laugh at memes, don’t think twice and join us! Learn more about this Committe  here!

The tasks of Internal Pages Facilitator will include facilitating the process of the internal pages on the new portal, working closely with the team and the Committee Leader, creating new processes via collaborating with other entities and create guidelines for the internal pages.

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Contact the leader: leader.kfc@estiem.org

Social and Environmental Responsibility Committee

We are a newly established entity that wants to help ESTIEM fulfill its social and environmental responsibilities, facilitate sustainable mindsets across the network and promote equal opportunities. 

Due to the project-based working style we are a really flexible team, and we can quickly take on new goals and projects. Team members are able to help each other in all projects, even though we have defined project responsibles and project team members.

As a Project Responsible you are in charge of a small team and managing the project with relative independence, but with continuous support of the committee leader and the whole team. In the advocacy project, the goal is to create a megaphone for ESTIEMers opinions and wishes about social and environmental responsibility issues.

 

As Project Responsible of Advocacy in SERC you will develop unique skills on how to give power to peoples’ voice. You will obtain deep subject knowledge and have a meaningful experience working in an open, passionate and very international team.

 

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Contact the leader: mikko.sairanen@estiem.org

 

TIMES (Tournament in Management and Engineering Skills)

As TIMES team, our goal is to maintain the quality with cases and show the importance of the mission of bringing IEMers together in Europe as ESTIEM.

In order to improve and add new values to TIMES, we need people who are motivated and willing to contribute to the competition’s framework. If you are interested in working with us, then you are welcomed for being a team member.

While we are taking steps to sustain TIMES according to our goals, the tasks will be shared in equal responsibilities  in the team for now.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.times@estiem.org


Professional Development Committee

The Professional Development Committee aims to carry out market researches in the field of IEM with the help of highly recognised and qualified experts. On top of that PDC also deals and manages a lot of institutional partners, education network, research groups, …

We are a hard-working team of students who want to develop themselves personally and professionally. If you see yourself eager to evolve in this highly professional environment and if you are motivated to dedicate some time to ESTIEM, this committee is made for you! Learn more about this committee here!

PREFER is a project initiated by the collaboration between the KU Leuven, TU Dublin and TU Delft and co-funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union. 

 

The aim of the project is to allow students to understand which kind of engineer they are. It doesn’t only have an impact on the study choices or student learning but also for employability and job satisfaction. 

 

By joining the team, your task will be to get in contact with local groups that are willing to initiate the survey and manage the collaboration from point A to point Z. Furthermore, you will have the amazing opportunity to write a paper that will be sent to conferences. 

 

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Contact the leader: leader.pdc@estiem.org

One of the projects that the committee is carrying out is called the curricula database which aims to analyze IEM curriculum throughout Europe.  

 

Now, it is time, time to expand the analysis! Therefore your knowledge about the IEM curriculum in your country is essential to make this analysis. After making a country or local group analysis you are offered the possibility to write a report. 

 

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Contact the leader: leader.pdc@estiem.org

The last survey we developed inside the committee is called the “Attractiveness survey” and aims to analyse how attractive people find their university in comparison to others. The survey aims to have both a country-level analysis but also contain a European wide point of view.

 

The committee gives you the opportunity to run the survey in some local groups to write a paper that could be sent to conferences.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.pdc@estiem.org

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What are Get Active! Chats?

Get Active! Chats are great opportunities for you to step up to the Central level of ESTIEM. In these chats you can find out more about our Central Teams and discover what they do and how they work! 

If you want to join one team, don’t miss this opportunity!

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