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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 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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1. Join Actives List

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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!

Check the Open Call document and write a motivational letter to the respective leader and recruitment.hrc@estiem.org in cc to apply for any of the positions. 

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

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Lean Six Sigma

The ESTIEM LSS Service is a platform to shape the way Lean Six Sigma impacts IEM Europe, with at its core a sustainably expanding, high-quality 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 a really motivated Team and we always aim to have a good mix of fun and productive work, sometimes even at the same time. We are looking for someone eager to take the next steps with us and be a new core member of our Lean Six Sigma family!

The Junior Course Responsible will work at the backbone of the LSS team and will help the Course Responsible to lead the organization of Lean Six Sigma green belt courses. You will work closely with several team members and keep improving how the LSS team supports ESTIEMers!

Tasks of the LSS Course Responsible:

  • Operations of LSS courses: assure quality of the preparation processes, being in contact with the LG and wrapping up the courses once they’re done
  • Ensure continuity and expansion of the course all across Europe! (see figure below) This is done by promoting the opportunities of the LSS team, maintaining LSS communities and identifying bottlenecks for further expansion.
  • Collaborating with the LSS Course responsible, Instructor Responsible and Local Mentors to organize the courses with high quality
  • Recruitment, onboarding and managing Local Mentors - teach them how we work
  • Project-based improvement & standardization work based on the current needs for your position

There will be close collaboration between the Junior LSS Course Responsible and the LSS Course Responsible. The Junior LSS Course Responsible will take on less complex tasks initially and will be able to grow towards a LSS Course Responsible over time with experience.

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Contact the leader: leader.lss@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…

We are looking new Pandas for our family. Event Support Team Member will be responsible for Europe3Ds future development and improvement and work on it.

Tasks of the Events Support Team Member will include the following: 

  • Schedule and attend the Europe3D event chats with local organisers and the E3D Leader
  • Take minutes by taking turns with the Europe3D Leader
  • Ensure the events' quality by helping organisers whenever needed
  • Make sure that all three Dimensions are balanced, content is proper and quality is high
  • Put a special focus on the quality of the Economy and Politics Dimensions
  • Create BPDs for the dimensions
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Contact the leader: leader.Europe3D@estiem.org 

 

As the position will be working on the structure of the Drive, BPDs, presentations and other materials while ensuring easy access to this knowledge to LGs.  Development and KM Responsible will gather materials from LGs regarding Event Quality, update and maintain the WordPress page and come up with new development ideas. There will be a strong communication between the team, the Analysis Committee, the Knowledge Facilitation Committee, and the Vice President of Activities. 

 

Tasks of Event Quality Development and KM Responsible will include the following;

  • Updating BPDs and Drive structure
  • Provide immediate online and offline access to relevant knowledge
  • Working on the Event Quality WordPress page
  • Working with KFC
  • Facilitate materials from LGs regarding Event Quality
  • Check Dashboards and come up with development points

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Contact the leader: leader.eqc@estiem.org

As the position will be working with LG organizers supporting them with Event Organization, providing and analyzing feedback, creating a knowledge sharing environment, sharing Event Quality Committees materials and gathering materials regarding Event Organization from LGs.  There will be a strong communication between the team, the Analysis Committee, and the Vice President of Activities. 

 

Tasks of Event Quality Event Standard Responsible will include the following;

  • Analyze Dashboards for personalized support to LG organizers
  • Work with LGs to build a knowledge sharing environment and culture
  • Contact and support local organizers before and after an event
  • Check Feedback management overview of LGs

 

 

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Contact the leader: leader.eqc@estiem.org

As the position will be in charge of the promotion and image of the Event Quality Committee, by sharing knowledge about Event Quality and Event Organization through multiple communication channels, making stories, posts etc.  PR & Marketing Responsible will make designs for materials, making them visually attractive and easy to use, while making sure that the materials are Design compliant. There will be a strong communication between the team, the Public Relations Committee, and the Vice President of Activities. 

 

Tasks of Event Quality PR & Marketing Responsible will include the following;

  • Promotion of EQC and our materials
  • Build constant connection with RCs, LGs and Services
  • Making sure that materials and promotion are Design compliant
  • Work on the design of BPDs, presentations and other materials

 

 

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Contact the leader: leader.eqc@estiem.org

Event Quality Committee

Event Quality Committee aims to work towards continuous quality standardization in ESTIEM events, while supporting and assessing event organization processes, as well as providing and developing tools to assure high quality.

Event Quality Committee aims to support events organization for their quality with defining quality of events to create helpful processes and tools for its members.

As the position will be working on the structure of the Drive, BPDs, presentations and other materials while ensuring easy access to this knowledge to LGs.  Development and KM Responsible will gather materials from LGs regarding Event Quality and come up with new development ideas in our areas of work. There will be a strong communication between the team, the Analysis Committee, the Knowledge Facilitation Committee, and the Vice President of Activities. 

 

Tasks of Event Quality Development and KM Responsible will include the following;

  • Updating BPDs and Drive structure
  • Provide immediate online and offline access to relevant knowledge
  • Working with KFC
  • Facilitate materials from LGs regarding Event Quality
  • Check Dashboards and come up with development points

 

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Contact the leader:  leader.eqc@estiem.org

As the position will be in charge of the promotion and image of the Event Quality Committee, by sharing knowledge about event quality and event organization through multiple communication channels, making stories, posts etc.  PR & Marketing Responsible will make designs for materials, making them visually attractive and easy to use, while making sure that the materials are Design compliant. There will be a strong communication between the team, the Public Relations Committee, and the Vice President of Activities. 

 

Tasks of Event Quality PR & Marketing Responsible will include the following;

  • Promotion of EQC and our materials
  • Build constant connection with RCs, LGs and Services
  • Making sure that materials and promotion are Design compliant
  • Work on the design of BPDs, presentations and other materials

 

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Contact the leader:  leader.eqc@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 are looking for really motivated people that want to make our network look good and boost it to a new level. Would you like to become a PRC Hero? Here is your chance!

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. 

Tasks of a Graphic Designer will include the followings;

  • Assisting the responsibles to fulfill the needs of the board, other entities and LGs,
  • Creating designs events and central ESTIEM by working closely with Branding Responsibles, Central ESTIEM Manager and the Leader

Graphic Designers are also always welcome to join strategic session within the PRC.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.prc@estiem.org

PR Materials Responsibles came with the necessity of the focus of innovation and flexibility in ESTIEM PR Materials (both online and offline).

PR Materials Responsible’s tasks are:

  • Creating External Promotional Materials (CRC Brochures, templates for roll ups, business cards, letters, new ESTIEM presentations and all the content related to the external connections);
  • Assuring that companies with whom we establish connections know where we stand (send an email on holidays and after CMs), by working closely with CRC and fulfill their needs.
  • Implementing the Brand of ESTIEM in every material and form of communication;
  • Update old materials with the new Brand Guidelines;
  • Creating the LG PR Pack which will support LGs and their ESTIEM presence

 

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Contact the leader: leader.prc@estiem.org

Branding responsible is responsible for supporting and communicating ESTIEM’s offers (departments and services within). Each branding responsible oversees 2 departments out of 4 and one.

This means the branding responsible is responsible for:

  • Creating and defining a branding strategy for departments (together with the other Branding Responsible), making the image of all services balanced;
  • Evaluating and monitoring the state of the departments and the services included, by the usage of KPIs;
  • The communication strategy of the department and services, deciding the need for promotion to every service and responding to requests from Leaders of the services, with the success of the department in mind;
  • Communicating with leaders and being the bridge between PRC and central ESTIEM in order to fulfill their PR needs. 
  • Selecting the appropriate communication channels to satisfy the request and our target groups, with the result of delivering one singular image of ESTIEM;
  • The quality control of posts after the edition: grammar-checking and Brand Guidelines-checking.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.prc@estiem.org

Professional Development Committee

Take a deep dive into the exciting field of IEM, together with fellow IEM students and highly recognised and qualified researchers and experts. In the PDC, you will contribute to the development of IEM by carrying out research in the field of IEM and putting your (research) skills into practice. Engage in an inspiring network of institutional partners, education networks and research groups and discover how to make an international scientific impact.

Our team consists of hard-working students who want to develop themselves personally and professionally. If you see yourself eager to evolve in this professional, yet fun environment and are motivated to dedicate time and passion to ESTIEM, this committee is made for you! If you apply for the Open Calls of January you might even still be invited for the PDC Coordination Meeting in Porto in March!

In the PDC you will have the opportunity to choose which project appeals to you the most. Together we will discuss which project suits your interests best and how you can develop your skills while working on this project. At the moment, we have three main ongoing projects, namely;

  • The Curricula Database: PDC developed a framework that allows us to make high level analysis regarding IEM curricula in Europe. 
  • The Career Analysis: PDC developed a framework to analyze the career paths of IEMers’. 
  • Student Satisfaction: PDC benchmarks IEM education in Europe based on feedback provided by students in the Student Satisfaction Survey.
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Contact the leader: leader.pdc@estiem.org 

ESTIEM Trading Card Game

An initiative to create a trading card game (like the one with pokemons) but for our network!

We aim to create an impactful addition to the lives of ESTIEM. The ETCG (ESTIEM Trading Card Game) will be something every ESTIEMer can be involved in and collect, as well as trade with their friends.

The team consists of two groups, one that creates and updates the gameplay of the game and one group of designers that design the actual cards.

The task of a card designer is to create the design of the cards (duh). This involves at first discussing together with the team how the cards should look like and designing the common features of every card, that is the backside, layout of the cards, fonts etc. In  march we begin the creation of the first real ETSG cards and the task of the designer will then be to design these cards one by one. (By adding a picture provided by the ESTIEMer together with details inscribed on the card).

Tasks of card designer will include the following:

  • To create a design template for all future ETCG cards. (one time task ~5h)
  • To create individual cards for every ESTIEMer that orders a card (~1h/week, 2h/week during months prior to CM)
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Contact the leader: erik.viktor.pymay.jsinski@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!

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!

 

Tasks of Sales Team Member will include the following:

  • Finding new interesting contacts to approach
  • Approaching potential new partners
  • Being part of the negotiations
  • Contribute to internal and external CR Projects (Big ESTIEM events such as ESTIEM Hunt or IEM Conference, CR Schools, CR promotion on Social Medias, Brochure creation…)
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Contact the leader: emil.nilsson@estiem.org 

BrainTrainer

BrainTrainer is a training-based service that provides high-quality experiences while aiming to develop certain soft skills. During BrainTrainer events, the learning by doing principle takes a major role, and participants are given the chance to work in an intercultural environment while aspiring to become more professional and successful at the time being and in their future careers.

We use the power of creativity and motivation to try to meet ESTIEMers’ needs in soft skills. If you are eager to develop yourself while helping fellow ESTIEMers do the same, if you are not afraid to dream big and aim high, then the BrainTrainer team is waiting for you!

Public Relations Spirit will be working to increase the visibility and reputation of BrainTrainer. They provide both the connection between BrainTrainer and the Public Relations Committee and PR support for events being held during their mandate. As a Public Relations Responsible, you will be in charge of the general design of our social media posts, merchandise, templates, etc. If you think you have an eye for these kinds of stuff, imagination, and creativity, do not hesitate to apply for the position!



Tasks of PR Spirit will include the following;

 

  • Creating and defining a branding strategy for BrainTrainer by working with PRC;
  • Creating and updating promotional materials  with the new Brand Guidelines;
  • Working closely with the Event Responsible to promote upcoming BrainTrainer events to prepare a PR plan and materials with the organizing Local Group;
  • Providing social media activeness (Instagram, Elium, LinkedIn…)

 

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Contact the leader: leader.braintrainer@estiem.org 

Purpose of the position is to establish connections between BrainTrainer and ESTIEM's partners or other external stakeholders. External Relations Spirits are the connection between ESTIEM’s partners and BrainTrainer. They are responsible for getting in touch with Corporate Relations Committee, in order to find out which ones of the organization’s partners would like to collaborate with us by helping us understand what kind of soft skills are needed in workplaces and/or to hold a couple of training sessions during events. After establishing the connections through CRC, the ones holding this position are also responsible for maintaining the connections and staying in touch with the partners.

 

Tasks of External Relations Spirit will include the following;

 

  • Being in touch with CRC, to find out which of the organization’s partners would like to collaborate with us;
  • Working with the partners to help us understand what kind of soft skills are usually needed in a workplace and/or to hold a couple of training sessions during an event;
  • Maintaining connections with the partners, in case they have any suggestions and/or new ideas to propose.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.braintrainer@estiem.org 

Data Education Initiative

This initiative fights the digital skills gap to shape students into data competent professionals that facilitate their future decisions. For that, we make use of state-of-the-art education models such as blended and project-based learning.

In the last two years our first offering “Visual Storytelling with Data” has been developed and prototyped twice as an online ESTIEM event. It is an extensive course program on data analysis and visualisation that teaches how to create a compelling data visualisation with impact. It focuses not only on soft skills, methodologies, and best practises for data visualisation and communication but also on data preparation and data analysis with Tableau. Participants experience the visual story process firsthand from start to finish by carrying out their own project. The learning objectives of the program can be seen here

In the upcoming months the course program “Visual Storytelling with Data” will be video recorded. That is necessary in order to offer the course as a blended learning version without being dependent on having our instructor Bart Jutte all the time there. A camera crew will work with the instructor Bart Jutte and shoot the footage in the Netherlands. Our team will be in charge of planning the recording from a creative perspective and taking care of the post-production. 

 

Tasks of Production & Post-Production Assistant  will include the following;

 

    • Coming up with creative and visually appealing ways on camera perspectives, settings, and B-rolls (cross footage) for the video production.
    • Cutting the raw video footage with a video edit software
      • synchronizing audio and video layers 
      • cutting out bloopers and cutting in cross footage  
      • reviewing and feedbacking the postproduction results
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Contact the leader: dataedu@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!

We are looking for team members that are willing to learn about what we are doing inside HRC and to contribute to the necessities of the team. HRC has several working areas to help and support the network.

ESTIEM 360 is an event focused on creating awareness about ESTIEM, letting people experience the ESTIEM Spirit, and introducing them to Central ESTIEM. The event consists of diverse activities like presentations, working groups, and training sessions that are all based on different entities of ESTIEM and raise awareness about what our organization has to offer.

 

The tasks of an ESTIEM 360 Coordinator will include the following:

  • Contribute to the development of the entity
  • Coordinate the organization of ESTIEM 360 on a Central side
  • Proactively look and contact LGs to host the event
  • Assist with the determination of the Agenda of the event
  • Contact Leaders in order to assure accurate information regarding entities in the event

 

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Contact the leader: leader.hrc@estiem.org

We are looking for team members that are willing to learn about what we are doing inside HRC and to contribute to the necessities of the team. HRC has several working areas to help and support the network.

With the aim to support Central ESTIEM Leaders and empower all Central ESTIEMers, HRC has the responsibility to assess stability, delivering analytics about the job satisfaction of the team members and their evaluation towards team dynamics in Central ESTIEM Teams. This is done through a Team Members Assessment Forms where Central Actives can give feedback on these matters. 

Furthermore, envisioning the engagement between different entities through a Working-Get2know chat, to develop a sense of Central ESTIEM Community, HRC has a new project called Rendezvous.

 

The tasks of a Retainment Responsible will include the following:

  • Improve the current strategy
  • Contact Leaders and their members
  • Analyse the answers
  • Write and deliver the reports
  • Improve the Rendezvous project

 

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Contact the leader: leader.hrc@estiem.org

Social and Environmental Responsibility Committee

Social and Environmental Responsibility Committee is a relatively young, dynamic, and fast-paced committee of ESTIEM that came together almost two years ago and is looking forward to creating positive impact and value! SERC 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 flexible team, and we can quickly take on new goals and projects. Team members can help each other in all projects, even though we have defined responsibilities and project teams.

As a Workshop Responsible in SERC, you will work with many like minded people in a young and dynamic committee seeking to make ESTIEM a more socially and environmentally responsible and positive organization! Not only will you get to develop yourself professionally, you will also taste leading a multicultural team in a sharing and supporting environment while creating a positive impact together with many likely-minded people around.

 

Tasks of Workshop Responsible will include the following:

    • Executing all tasks assigned by the project responsible or leader diligently, on schedule, and to the highest standard possible
    • Working with team members to achieve daily, weekly, and monthly targets.
    • Participating in meetings and voicing concerns as well as suggestions for improvement.
    • Attending SERC-wide meetings and project meetings,
    • Coordinating and collaborating with project responsible and SERC leader.
    • Coordinate and facilitate the collaborations with other entities, local groups and other parties with the leader, in the “workshops” area;
    • Design a new workshop for each CM
    • Periodically review the current workshops portfolio of the SERC and ensure a certain level of quality and sustainability.
    • Collect feedback and create reports after workshops.
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Contact the leader: leader.serc@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 Analysis Responsible will be responsible for managing the relevant data about Local Groups and LGSS for future generations. She/he will be working in close collaboration with the Local Group Support System Leader to ensure good communication regarding the goals to be achieved and the tasks to be performed.

 

The tasks of the Analysis Responsible will include the following:

  • Helping with the KPI analysis
  • Collaboration with the Analysis Committee for dashboards
  • Creating and analyzing the feedback forms regularly
  • Analyzing the LG Roundtable/ firepit session minutes and helping assess the needs of the local groups

 

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Contact the leader: 

leader.lgss@estiem.org

Consultants are ESTIEMers who have enough knowledge in a certain area that can help out an LG. They are volunteering to mentor Local Groups. The system expects consultants to dedicate 3 or more months after taking over a case. The Consultant’s main  responsibility is to help improve the assigned LG case by working with the Local Board and providing them with information. The main goal is to teach the Local Board “fishing” without giving them “the fish”.

The tasks of the Consultant will include the following:

  • Providing training, homework, etc. in any area that the assigned LG might need
  • Providing regular feedback and updates to the LGSS Leader about the case
  • Constant monitoring and communication with the assigned LG
  • Working with a co-consultant
  • Help improve the situation of the assigned LG
  • Creating a report about the assigned LG’s situation after the 3 or 6 month period is over and deciding if the case should be closed or if it needs another period of consultancy

 

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Contact the leader: 

leader.lgss@estiem.org

The Development and Knowledge Management Responsible will be responsible for managing the relevant knowledge about Local Groups and LGSS for future generations. She/he will be working in close collaboration with the Local Group Support System Leader to ensure good communication regarding the goals to be achieved and the tasks to be performed.

 

The tasks of Development and Knowledge Management Responsible will include the following:

  • Revising the documents that LGSS already has
  • Organizing and updating the current drive
  • Updating the Consultants Database
  • Creating new documents/BPDs

 

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Contact the leader: 

leader.lgss@estiem.org

Vision

Vision is a service based on seminar series, which has the goal to give IEM students practical insights in current and future topics and trends from areas between Economy, Society and Technology while bridging the gap between academic and corporate environment.

In Vision entity, we are an enthusiastic team which is very excited about creating amazing events and helping Local Groups! We are supporting each other in every possible way, and if you ever feel like being a part of this beautiful family, it is the right time!

Tasks of CR Responsible will include the following:

  • Helping Local Groups about finding companies
  • Contact with companies about new concept of short online events,  ‘Vision Sessions’ 
  • Contact with the Corporate Relations Committee
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Contact the leader: leader.vision@estiem.org 

Local Group Exchange

Local Group Exchange (LGX) 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.

Exchanges are usually the first event for many of the newbies, so our team is focused on teaching them the ESTIEM Spirit in order to motivate them as potential members of the network.

This mandate we are starting a huge project to extend the idea of exchanges further than ever imagined! We want to start implementing offline Triple Exchanges and Regional Exchanges,, so it is an amazing opportunity to make an impact on the network. Will you miss this chance?

The classic coordinator of Local Group Exchange. The new team member will go through onboarding and immediately start taking control of the first exchanges with support from the rest of the team. He/she will closely work with LRs to ensure the quality of the programmed exchanges by implementing the team resources available, hereby practising their project management skills. 

 

As a LGX Coordinator you would:

    • Facilitate communication between LRs of two sides organizing event
    • Initiate chats, take minutes, fill charts 
    • Help organizers with structure and content of Agenda
    • Update team resources material for Activities (if needed)
    • Be responsible, attend team chats  and make sure everything goes smoothly
    • Analyse feedback and make recommendations
    • Coordinate Triple Exchanges too with very similar conditions
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Contact the leader: leader.lgx@estiem.org

Members Committee

Members Committee aims to 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. We are a very hard-working team eager to add value to our network and the Local Groups to come. If you see yourself as a knowledgeable person and are motivated to dedicate a full year to ESTIEM, we might just have the right position for you!

Learn more about this committee here

With the increasing number of Local Groups, the purpose of approaching in ESTIEM went blurry for a few years. We are moving towards only actively approaching strong, well-established associations. As for where the focus should be, there are a few points to have into consideration, as explained in the previous document. However, it is important to note that we are moving in the direction of approaching well-established associations. The workload can change depending on the strategy. From this position, you can expect to challenge yourself personally and work towards ESTIEM’s vision, by playing a big role in connecting Europe. The approaching responsible will be taking care of approaching specific countries in alignment with the board strategy.

 

Approaching Responsible Tasks:

  • Communication
    • Membership Team
    • Answering emails
  • Knowledge Management
  • Following up on the strategy
  • Managing the whole approaching process

 

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Contact the leader: leader.mc@estiem.org

The Knowledge Management Responsible will be responsible for managing the relevant knowledge about Local Groups for future generations. She/he will be working in close collaboration with the Members Committee Leader to ensure good communication regarding the goals to be achieved and the tasks to be performed.

 

Tasks of Knowledge Management Responsible will include the following:

  • Gathering necessary information from LRs and various other sources
  • Working on the Local Groups' Legal Knowledge Management by organizing and updating the current LG Encyclopedia 
  • Working on different documentation and reports for the projects inside the committee

 

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Contact the leader: leader.mc@estiem.org

The LR Onboarding Responsible’s tasks for the mandate are mainly to coordinate the LR Onboarding sessions, develop the content of the sessions based on the received feedback, and ensure that the sessions reach their purpose together with the MC Leader. 

 

Local Responsible Onboarding Tasks:

  • Being updated about LR changes in the network and setting the Onboarding dates accordingly
  • Organizing the mail templates
  • Updating the session’s content according to the changes in the network and feedback received
  • Making changes in the Onboarding sessions according to the Needs Assessment form
  • Delivering the sessions together with the Co-Responsible

 

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Contact the leader: leader.mc@estiem.org

In 2018, the Membership Process was structured in accordance with what can be read here. As a consequence, the position of Membership Process Responsible changed and became empowered. Since 2017, Members Committee has been moving towards sustaining or proceeding with Local Group Statuses, which includes Guest and Observership. Therefore, the role of the Membership Process Responsible is crucial inside of the committee. The workload can be as high as the responsible wishes. However, there are periods in which more time is required: before Council Meetings and while establishing the Mentoring pairs. From the position, you can expect to create incredible connections with Local Responsibles and have a direct impact on the sustainability of Local Groups. You will be working towards ESTIEM’s mission by encouraging participation and embracing diversity.

 

Membership Process Responsible Tasks:

  • Having a constant and continuous communication with the Guest and Observer Groups during the year
  • Cooperate with Regional Coordinators to support Guest and Observer Groups in their development
  • Helping Guest and Observer Groups with their Observer/Member applications before the Council Meetings
  • Informing and reminding the application deadline for Observership/Membership to the Guest and Observer Groups during the application period
  • Coordinating the Mentoring Programme for Guest and Observer Local Groups

 

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Contact the leader: leader.mc@estiem.org

LR Forum Coordinators tasks for the mandate are to coordinate the LR Forum events, ensure that the concept and purpose of the event are clear for everyone and that Local Organizers have the support to organize it accordingly. The LRF Coordinator is also in charge of the outcomes of the event to give value to Local Responsible and Central ESTIEM. (together with the MC Leader and Trainers of the event)



Local Responsible Forum Coordinator Tasks:

  • Supporting the organizer LG with regular contact to:
    • Make sure that LRF fulfilled its purpose with a high-quality event.
    • Make sure that LG does not deviate from the goals that LRF tries to achieve.
  • Implementing a feedback form as a follow-up process for MC and assessing the success of the event regarding its purposes.
  • Creating the Agenda with Trainers
  • Organizing once-a-week chats with trainers

 

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Contact the leader: leader.mc@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

The ESTIEM Talks Team Members will be working closely with the ESTIEM Talks Coordinator within a small team to further develop and deliver ESTIEM Talks. 

 

Tasks of the ESTIEM Talks Team Member will include the following;

  • Designing new versions and slides of ESTIEM Talks,
  • Delivering ESTIEM Talks,
  • Looking for new ways of delivering ESTIEM Talks.
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Contact the leader: krzysztof.figas@estiem.org

ESTIEM Magazine

The ESTIEM Magazine aims to provide an insight into the world of IEM from an academic and professional point of view and engage ESTIEMers in the network by showcasing the outcomes of ESTIEM’s activities.

ESTIEM Magazine is the oldest ESTIEM project, created in 1991. 31 year and 62 issues later, it is still sharing the most relevant and popular news from the field of IEM, innovations in the tech world, and most importantly, being a window to all ESTIEM activities.

Every six months, the ESTIEM Magazine team is working hard on gathering and connecting anyone who is interested to contribute by sharing their knowledge and experience with our audience, and that way making each new issue better and more attractive. If you want to join in creating magic together with 5 task group leaders and the vast ESTIEM Magazine team, here is your chance!

Proofreaders do exactly what their job title suggests: they proofread materials (articles) for spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, usage, consistency, and brand voice before they get published. 

 

Important notice: you do not need to have perfect English skills to be a part of this task group - it is actually a good place to refine your skills. If you are not sure if your English skills are enough, please check out page 7 of our author guidelines (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cwkTKAVuSc7ol7EqOSciC90rBr1YwFaZ/view?usp=sharing)  - it contains a sample of an article that is not written properly. If you feel like you can spot at least 2 mistakes while reading the text in the red bubble, come join us! 

 

Tasks of a Proofreader will include the following:

  • checking written text for misspellings and inaccuracies prior to publishing;
  • detecting and correcting errors in written documents;
  • verifying accuracy of page numbers, headings, and captions, as well as consistency of spelling and grammar;
  • report and present articles to Proofreading Task Group Leader for approval and 2nd proofreading where they double check the work;
  • analyzing documents to ensure chapter titles match the list of contents.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@estiem.org

The graphic designer works on creating/designing the visual identity of ESTIEM Magazine by working together with the designing team and Design Task Group Leader in creating materials that will be published online, and printed into physical copy, while fulfilling certain quality & aesthetics requirements.

 

Tasks of a Graphic Designer  will include the following:

  • Working with the Design Task Group Leader to determine the requirements and define the tasks;
  • Use digital illustration, photo editing software, and layout software to create designs;
  • Collaboration with the designing team;
  • Assisting other designers in solving certain issues;
  • Incorporate changes recommended by authors or the Design Task Group Leader into final designs;
  • Review designs for errors before printing or publishing them;
  • Designing articles and other PR materials needed for Blog & Promotion if needed;
  • Ensuring all the materials are reachable;
  • Updating those materials;
  • Collaborating  with Promotion TGL and Blog TGL when needed.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@estiem.org

The ESTIEM Blog team members work on maintaining the ESTIEM & ESTIEM Magazine brand image by creating content and sharing it with a wider audience.

 

Tasks of a Blog team member will include the following:

  • Blog promotion - promoting the Blog, as well as open calls for writing Blog articles;
  • Collecting Blog articles - being in communication with the authors, setting the deadlines for the authors, saving the articles on the Google Drive;
  • Design thinking - working on the visuals that are going to be shared on our social media channels, as well as on the Blog page;
  • Creating the Blog page structure - working with the team on the frontend part of the Blog page, working on the design of the page.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@estiem.org

The ESTIEM Article Acquisition team members work on managing the content of ESTIEM Magazine, making sure that it is a representative of ESTIEM and communicating with authors.

 

Tasks of an Article Acquisition team member will include the following:

  • Creating a content plan with the task group leaders, shaping the upcoming issue
  • Contacting authors guided by team leader and project leader
  • Managing content to ensure articles are aligned with the ESTIEM brand.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@estiem.org

ESTIEM Podcast

ESTIEM Podcast aims to deliver entertaining and insightful content about ESTIEM to connect ESTIEMers and IEM Europe by sharing experience and knowledge on IEM topics and ESTIEM. 

ESTIEM Podcast is one of ESTIEM’s newest initiatives, launching now as a new team to create content, record, and produce podcasts for distribution across the entire network. The podcast’s first season has been created and released. Though the first season is complete, the podcast is still in its early stages, so there is plenty of room for improvement, changes, and restructuring the team and the podcast itself.

The tasks of Content Creators will include the following:

  • Research on possible podcast topics
  • Write scripts of the episodes in collaboration with the hosts 
  • Create a timeline and a concept for the seasons/episodes 
  • Research on possible guests for the episodes and create a database

 

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Contact the leader: vp-pr@estiem.org

TIMES (Tournament in Management and Engineering Skills)

TIMES provides IEM students all across Europe the opportunity to grow personally while developing their professional skill set in a competition-based environment.

As the TIMES team, our goal is to maintain the quality of 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, you are welcome to be a part of the team.

The SF/Final Coordinator will be responsible for coordination and oversight of the Final and Semi-Finals. 

 

The tasks include:

  • Organizing Semi-Finals with the help of the network by
    • Promoting the SFs.
    • Searching for interested local groups and arranging meetings with them.
  • Ensuring coordination with the Local Groups who will organize the final and semi-finals
  • Contacting LGs and getting approval of the winning team's participation to respective SF
    • Distributing of LQ winners to each Semi-Final
  • Reporting of Semi-Final and Final events together with LGs organizing these events.
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Contact the leader: leader.times@estiem.org

PR Responsible will work to increase the visibility and reputation of TIMES, not only in ESTIEM but also in schools in Europe and other communities. Promoting TIMES events such as Local Qualifications, Semi-Finals, and TIMES Training Event to motivate Local Groups by working in harmony with the Designer and PRC will be the responsibility of the position.

The tasks include:

  • Working with the Designer and PRC to update and create more PR materials 
  • Working on creating PR guidelines for LGs to promote their TIMES events
  • Promoting Local Qualifications, Semi-Finals, Final, and possible events
  • Fresh ideas to increase the visibility of service
  • Providing social media activeness (Instagram, Elium, LinkedIn…)
 
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Contact the leader: leader.times@estiem.org

Activity Week

Activity Week aims to bring fun and learning under one roof. We work to ensure cultural integration and provide culturally valuable experiences for each participant within Activity Week events.

Using the power of multiculturalism and creativity, we contribute to both local groups and the ESTIEM network as a whole. Also, we look for creating new opportunities for ESTIEMers and try to make ESTIEM better and better every day. If you are not afraid to aim high, want to work in a family atmosphere, have fun while contributing to the network, and developing your skills, this is the place that you belong!

External Relations Responsible is in charge of the existing and possible collaborations of Activity Week with other services. You will be working with different entities and control the process of collaborations, while seeking other possible collaborations we can have between different services. It is your duty to discover the hidden opportunities of our network!

 

Tasks of External Relations Responsible will include the following:

  • Communicating with other services
  • Planning of the collaboration process
  • Coming up with new collaboration ideas
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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Design Responsible will be working closely with Content Responsible of Activity Week team, creating our image towards our network. As a Design Responsible, you will be in charge of the general design of our Instagram posts, stories, templates etc. So, it’s your time to shine with your imagination! If you think you have an eye on these kinds of stuff, you are more than welcome in the team! 

 

Tasks of Design Responsible will include the following:

  • Designing Instagram posts and stories
  • Creating PR templates for LGs to use during promotion
  • Working on Activity Week Memories Booklet with Content Responsible
  • Designing of merch or any other visual content in general
 
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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Content Responsible will be working closely with Design Responsible of Activity Week team, creating the image of our entity towards our network. As a Content Responsible, you will be in charge of the ideas that are put into our PR material, such as Instagram story features, Activity Week Memories Booklet content, or any other idea to raise the visibility of our entity. As long as you do not wish to be, you will not be responsible for the design side of PR, only the content. It’s a great opportunity for a PR enthusiast! 

 

Tasks of Content Responsible will include the following:

  • Finding new ideas to raise the visibility of the entity
  • Providing the materials that will be put into Activity Week Memories Booklet (like photos, writings, memories etc.)
  • Creating the content of promotion in general
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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Approaching Responsible will be in control of our first step towards LGs, as an Approaching Responsible, you will be responsible for the communication between our entity and local groups; starting from finding possible LGs and concepts to the end of their event application process.

As you search for new concepts and approach local groups, you will have the opportunity to get to know different cultures and other ESTIEMers as well. Such a cool way to expand your knowledge and have a wider network in ESTIEM, don't miss your chance! 

 

Tasks of Approaching Responsible will include the following:

  • Finding new event concept ideas to offer to LGs (Internet searching, creating surveys etc.)
  • Updating our Ideas Booklet with new ideas
  • Approaching LGs with the ideas 
  • Arranging chats with LGs and helping them along the application process
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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Global Student Challenge

As the Global Student Challenge entity, we aim to introduce and convey the world’s #1 supply chain competition, provided by ESTIEM partner, Inchainge. This company’s game-based learning simulations are in use all around the globe and we are providing one of their simulations, the GSC to ESTIEMers to develop their skills in supply chain management.

The Promotion Responsible is going to be the one who pays attention to the promotion of the competition on social media. 

Tasks of promotion responsible will include the following:

  • Regular chats with the leader for the promotion plan of the entity;
  • Designing and preparing posts and stories for the social media;
  • Finding creative ideas to increase the attention to the competition.
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Contact the leader: leader.gsc@estiem.org

Language Programme

Language Programme holds the key to one of the most important aspects of a culturally diverse environment, which is stated directly in its name: Language.

We try to connect ESTIEMers in languages other than English, and share our knowledge of languages with each other to grow together as a whole network. The more language one knows, one more conflict is solved caused by the misunderstandings and language gaps between the cultures. Learning a language is more than “just a language”, it’s also learning a whole other culture.

This year we’ll be discovering our highest potential as a team full of motivated people interested in different languages and cultures. We’ll be investing our time into improving the quality and quantity of our offerings also while developing ourselves.

We have many offerings that need to be promoted with good PR materials. With you in the team, this important aspect will surely be in good hands. Come and let’s work together on our playground to learn, experience and create a new strategy. 



Tasks of Public Relations Responsible will include the following:

  • Creating the necessary promotional materials for service
  • Creating necessary promotion materials for offerings and LP events
  • Take part in creating a new logo for the service with PRC
  • Help along with monthly Language Posts
  • Creating and implementing ideas on language-based materials

 

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Contact the leader: leader.lp@estiem.org

Be X for X Days

Be X for X Days is the only event type in ESTIEM that gives participants real-life experiences of “testing out” several different job roles. 

The service Be X for X Days aims to give participants unique, real-life experiences and insights about what it takes to be a good professional in a specific field. We partner with companies and alumni, and use their help to share knowledge, but above all practical experiences that help ESTIEMers discover their career opportunities. 

If you want to inspire ESTIEMers, give them access to experiences that might shape their whole working life, and learn more about life as a professional, this is the right place for you.

BXD does not exist in a vacuum. People throughout ESTIEM need to know about us, and we might also cooperate with other entities or committees to create even better offerings for our members. The External image responsible will work with the rest of our team to do just that. 



Tasks of External image responsible will include the following:

  • Informing other parties about the entity
  • Communicating with ESTIEM’s PR committee to facilitate their promotion of our events 
  • Helping out with creating and designing promotion materials for BXD
  • Communicating with other entities, and working with the rest of the team to find possible corporations (e.g. joint events)

 

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Contact the leader: leader.bxd@estiem.org

BusinessBooster

BusinessBooster is a flexible ESTIEM service that promotes and stimulates entrepreneurship among students.  We are here to  help young ESTIEM entrepreneurs to create their own businesses better, faster and with more confidence!

Different training, educational and networking events/competitions can be organized, such as start-up pitching events, entrepreneurship seminars about the basics/skills of an entrepreneur, reunions with Alumni – the possibilities are endless.

As Development Responsible, you will be responsible for making the entity sustainable and helping it grow. That will happen through two major fields of action: ensuring knowledge transfer and maintaining an updated database; brainstorming on future action points and collaborations for developing BusinessBooster within ESTIEM.

 

Tasks of Externals Responsible will include the following:

  • Creating content on the drive for the entity’s major functions (BDPs, Mastersheets, Event Topic Pool etc);
  • Restructure current events and offer new ideas/ collaborations with other entities;
  • Work on topics for Elium posts (along with the Leader) to boost our presence in the network.

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Contact the leader: leader.business@estiem.org

Tasks of Online Courses Responsible will include the following:

  • Find an entrepreneurial topic for the courses,
  • Find a company/expert to facilitate the course,
  • Organize the structure of the process and collection of feedback.

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Contact the leader: leader.business@estiem.org

As Promotion Responsible, your main task will be to take care of businessbooster’s image and branding, in order to increase the visibility of the entity within the network and make it attractive to ESTIEMers.

Tasks of Promotions Responsible will include the following:

  • Work on our branding materials (logo, mascot, catchphrases)
  • Create content for IG posts/stories,
  • Have close contact with PRC for our marketing needs,
  • Brainstorm on ways to further promote the entity.

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Contact the leader: leader.business@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. 

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. 

 

As a member of the Analysis Committee, you will:

 

  • Learn how to work with data visualisation software “Tableau”
  • Create, collect and clean data from various ESTIEM data sources
  • Develop dashboards that will be used by members of Central ESTIEM
  • Work on the project iteratively using the SCRUM methodology which is often used in IT management
  • Learn analytical and project management skills that will be incredibly useful in your academic and professional life

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Contact the leader: leader.analysis@estiem.org

Grants Task Group

The Grants Task Group is an entity which supports the ESTIEM board in the obtention of European funding and awards.

The Grants task group made its comeback in 2020 with the aim of applying for european level grants with ESTIEM. Currently this rather mysterious entity focuses on three aspects:

  • Structural grants (funding for ESTIEM as a whole)
  • Awards and prizes, usually for events or services
  • Assessment and development of ESTIEM’s offering, to better match European expectations.

At the moment we are a tiny motivated team, but we are willing to extend to perform even more grants magic!

This position focuses on the third key area of the entity, namely ESTIEM’s alignment with Europe. Some assessment of the current offer will be done by using frameworks and guidelines, but the main part of the position will be to connect with other ESTIEM entities to discuss their offering and how to develop it.

 

Tasks of Development Responsible will include the following:

  • Help to identify the European expectations (most of it has already been done), and present them in a clear way
  • Analyze ESTIEM’s offering based on those expectations, through discussions, documents and Working Group results
  • Contact leaders and central ESTIEMers to discuss their offering, and display how they can help to make ESTIEM more eligible for grants
  • Support the development of new ideas if needed

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Contact the leader: louise.bottenberg@estiem.org

ESTIEM Hunt 2022

The ESTIEM Hunt is an international recruitment event for IEM Students to find an internship or job opportunity all over Europe! The event helps to establish a direct connection between ESTIEMers and companies in order to increase the interaction for job opportunities and knowledge about international recruitment.

After the success of the first and second edition of ESTIEM Hunt, the third edition of this talent recruitment event will happen in April 2023. With our great motivated team (that I hope you’ll join in a bit!), we are aiming at making this event one of the biggest recruitment events in Europe. We want to provide a great value for ESTIEMers, both in terms of job opportunities and career insights, and that’s why we need you!

As a team, we have many challenges ahead and we are actively working to improve this event. At the same time, we are willing to create a great team and bond together while working to have a full ESTIEM experience. 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!

As a member of the CR team, you will be in charge of finding new partnership opportunities both with universities and companies for the event. Moreover, since you will be part of the event team itself, you will also contribute fully to the creation of the event agenda and logistics, making it a very full experience 🙂 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!

 

Tasks of CR team member will include the following:

  • Finding new interesting contacts to approach
  • Approaching potential new partners
  • Being part of the negotiations

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Contact: kutay.hayta@estiem.org

Data Protection Task Group

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information from individuals who live in the European Union (EU). It must be followed by all entities that attract European visitors, which means that ESTIEM and its members (Local Groups) need to comply with the Regulation.

Tasks of a Trainings Responsible will include the following:

  • Creation of customized training sessions,
  • Coordination and delivery of training sessions for leaders and team members,
  • Working closely with the team.

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Contact: vp-administration@estiem.org

Academic Days

Academic Days aims to share ESTIEM universities’ knowledge with the network by providing participants deep insights into a specific topic in which the organising Local Group’s university has a high expertise. It supports the personal and professional development of students across Europe willing to complement their curriculum. 

We are a very hard-working team eager to create awesome events, provide knowledge to the network and help our organising 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!

Public Relations Responsible will be responsible for providing social media posts, public materials and will be working towards increasing the visibility of the Academic Days events and transferring the knowledge learned in them.

 

Tasks of the Public Relations Responsible will include the following:

  • Reading through the Booklet of Knowledge of each event, finding important facts, information and preparing posts about them.
  • Contacting the organising LG to collect photos and videos from the events, designing and posting.
  • Researching and finding creative ways for increasing the visibility of Academic Days events.

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Contact the leader: doga.erdal@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.

Tasks of Team Member will include the following:

  • Support the entity by working in several areas regarding education;
  • Attending team chats.

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Contact the leader: leader.iemconnection@estiem.org

Tasks of Local Educational Events Responsible will include the following:

 

  • Working in the content of the event;
    • Build the agenda with LG,
    • Get information of what the students want to discuss.
  • Coordinate the Local Group that is hosting the event;
    • Do open calls for LGs,
    • Coordinate their work regarding the sessions,
    • Coordinate the work done by LG: Logistics, Corporate Relations, Public Relations (with PRC as well) and Activities. 
  • Create a system for knowledge management.
    • Do a survey to receive feedback,
    • Have a report for each Local Event.

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Contact the leader: leader.iemconnection@estiem.org

Information Technology Committee

The IT Committee provides and maintains ESTIEM’s IT infrastructure. Also, we are providing technical support to ESTIEMers and assisting other entities with their IT needs. Currently, we are continuing to develop the new portal which has already replaced the old one. 

Do you love coding and want to learn more 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!

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.

Requirements: 

  • Basic coding skills (VueJS)
  • Proactiveness within the team
  • Willingness to devote some time and learn new skills

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Contact the leader: leader.it@estiem.org

As a backend developer, you will take care of coding tasks for the server 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.

 

Requirements: 

  • Basic coding skills (.NET)
  • Proactiveness within the team
  • Willingness to devote some time and learn new skills

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Contact the leader: leader.it@estiem.org

Knowledge Facilitation Committee

We contribute to the sustainability of ESTIEM by ensuring the organization of its knowledge and facilitating its sharing.

The Knowledge Facilitation Committee is one of the key committees of the network. We are responsible for the process of collecting, organizing and sharing knowledge within ESTIEM, as well as supporting other Entities to do so. We are also coordinating the activities on Elium, Google Drive and Internal ESTIEM. With us, you can develop plenty of soft and hard skills, but at the same time have fun and enjoy an international, friendly environment. Can’t wait to meet you!

Tasks of the Elium Coordinator will include the following:

  • Lead the administration of the platform and its members,
  • Brainstorm on creative ideas for promoting Elium to the network,
  • Collaborate with Leaders and other Entities to boost their Elium presence,
  • Be responsible for new Elium features such as Elium Awards and Elium Rewind,
  • Work on any other Committee tasks of your liking.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.kfc@estiem.org

The tasks of the Knowledge Coordinator will include the following:

  • Work on projects like Templates, Guidelines, KM Matrix, Drive Restructure,
  • Collaborate with Leaders and other Entities to collect needed data,
  • Develop the concept of Knowledge Management Trainings,
  • Work on any other Committee tasks of your liking.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.kfc@estiem.org

Tasks of Web Designer will include the following:

  • Work on the design of Internal ESTIEM with WordPress and Elementor,
  • Support the website architecture creation,
  • Collect materials from Leaders to upload to the website,
  • Work on any other Committee tasks of your liking.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.kfc@estiem.org

ESTIEM Book

ESTIEM Book is a project which aims to increase the internal awareness of ESTIEM by gathering information about the history of our organization.

ESTIEM Book is a project that took place years ago, it was created for the 25th anniversary of our organization. Last December it was brought back to life, to continue delivering important information to our network for generations to come.

As a team member of the ESTIEM Book, you will be working closely with the Vice President of Public Relations to gather articles and content for the second version of the Book, and also discuss its direction.



Tasks of Team Members of the ESTIEM Book will include the following;

  • Content planning/researching and approaching authors
  • Designing 
  • Proofreading

 

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Contact the leader: vp-activities@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 values diversity and encourages participation.Together we shall have a family-like friendly atmosphere, lots of jokes, fun, and hard work at the same time. #WorkHard #PlayHard. Isn’t it a dream? So why don’t YOU become a part of our  A-team that changes ESTIEMers lives?

Being a member of SAC: summer Academy’s team means you shall have a great opportunity for growth in central ESTIEM. Not only will you grow as an individual but thanks to your work within the team and for the network , you shall help other ESTIEMers grow and become the best versions of themselves by providing them with high-quality personal development events. In a way instead of just participating in valuable events, you shall be the ONE that helps with the value creation. 

 

What will we be working on together?

  • Approaching new Academic Leaders
  • Ensuring high quality of upcoming events
  • Keeping knowledge management system up to date

Evaluated busy time: 1-2 hours a week

 

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Contact the leader: leader.sac@estiem.org

ESTIEM Spirit Book

ESTIEM Spirit Book, consists of ESTIEM Songs, Traditions, Challenges , Rules, Games, etc. anything related to ESTIEM Spirit.

ESTIEM Spirit Book is an ongoing project which started a while ago with the creation of the ESTIEM Spirit Storage with gathering input from Actives. Now it is time to create the actual Spirit Book and share our traditions with the future generations.

There will be a strong communication between the team, and the Vice President of Activities. 

Tasks of Team Member will include the following;

  • Research on Traditions
  • Analyze the received input from the Spirit Storage
  • Work on the creation of the Spirit Book 
  • Look for the opportunities to develop the concept

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Contact the leader: vp-activities@estiem.org

ESTIEM Songbook

ESTIEM Songbook with its many songs that ESTIEMers are singing in events, in Local Groups and many more places. It is proof of the tradition of singing within ESTIEM, all its creativity and spirit. 

ESTIEM Songbook with its songs is an indispensable part of the ESTIEM Spirit. Updating the Songbook to keep up with the popular ESTIEM Songs and evaluate the existing songs in the book is the new project that has already started. Not only updating the Songbook but also making the ESTIEM songs more easy to understand by recording them is one of the ideas of this project. We need team members to work on this project to make the necessary update and work on the possible ideas for recording the songs.

There will be a strong communication between the team, and the Vice President of Activities. 

 

Tasks of Team Member will include the following;

  • Evaluate the existing Songs
  • Analyze the received input for the new Songs
  • Work on the updating the Songbook
  • Gather input from Actives for the changes
  • Create a plan for recording the songs and work on the implementation

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Contact the leader: vp-activities@estiem.org 

Data Science Initiative

ESTIEM’s Data Science Initiative has the objective of teaching students that would like to know more about data and how it can be managed.

With the development of technology, the amount of data used has increased. As a result, its analysis has become crucial and appreciated by companies. So, with the help of an Alumni this initiative is going to create an online program that helps and teaches students how to analyze and use data in an efficient way that will help in future decisions.

Having all the footage with the instructor Bart Jutte who will help us sharing his knowledge about Data Science, our team will be in charge of planning the videos from a creative perspective and taking care of the post-production. 

 

Tasks of Team Member will include the following;

  • Coming up with creative and visually appealing ways on camera perspectives, settings, and B-rolls (cross footage) for the video production. Sketching out a storyboard from the text transcript of the course.
  • Cutting the raw video footage with a video edit software
    • synchronizing audio and video layers
    • cutting out bloopers and cutting in cross footage
    • reviewing and feedbacking the postproduction results

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Contact the leader: andre.ferreira@estiem.org 

Get Active! Chats

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Get Active! Chats are the best way to take the first step and clear all the doubts in your head.

 

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Open Positions Q&A​

Open Positions Q&A is a chat centered around the open positions of each month. During the chat you will have the opportunity to:

  • Interact with your potential future leaders;
  • Discuss your concerns with them;
  • Ask questions.

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