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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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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!

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. 

If you want to join ESTIEM Central but don’t know which entity to choose, take this quiz and find out which entity suits what you are looking for!

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OPEN POSITIONS - Central ESTIEM

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

Corporate Relations Committee

The Corporate Relations Committee is responsible for creating and developing academic and corporate partnerships that will contribute with value and support to the network. 

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. 

Sales Team Member

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: marija.besevic@estiem.org

Department Support Task Group Member

As a member of the Department Support Task Group, you will be in charge of finding ways to help Departments with their CR struggles. If you are interested in contributing to the network AND having the chance to learn about Corporate Relations and help in educating others, don’t miss your chance! 

 

Tasks of Department Support Team Member will include the following: 

  • Ensuring an online CR School for CR Responsibles and Service Leaders
  • Creating/updating BPDs for Services 
  • Working with Services on promotional material and CR strategies 
  • Keeping communication between Services and Corporate Relations Committee
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Contact the leader: marija.besevic@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! 

Team Member

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. 
  • URGENT: The project aims to improve the attraction and retention of female students and students with migration background in engineering programs. 
  • LEONARDO: The project aims to develop capacity and critical understanding in HEIs (High Education Institutions) on how to exploit the opportunities offered by digital technologies for teaching and learning IEM concepts within the 5.0 industrial revolution.

Additionally, PDC has several institutional partners with whom projects are initiated throughout the year and which PDC members can be assigned to. And also, PDC has an annual event “Zooming In” where you can be an organizer.

However, the work as a PDC member is not restricted, you have space to do the tasks that you like cause just like the values upheld by ESTIEM, the PDC team also strives development.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.pdc@estiem.org

PR Responsible

The role of PR responsible is primarily centered around the task of adding value to the committee by actively contributing to the creation of educational content and promoting our ongoing projects. In this capacity, you’ll be entrusted with a unique opportunity to establish connections and maintain close communication with all the projects currently in progress. Your efforts will not only serve to inform and engage our audience but also to showcase the important work being carried out within the committee.

 

However, the work as a PDC member is not restricted, you have space to do the tasks that you like cause just like the values upheld by ESTIEM, the PDC team also strives for development.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.pdc@estiem.org

Vice President of Activities

Vice President of Activities is responsible for coordinating ESTIEM activities and managing its event portfolio, for documenting and evaluating all ESTIEM activities, for the development of the quality of ESTIEM events.

By applying to work with the Vice President of Activities as Spirit Responsible, you will not only get a unique insight to the work of a board member of ESTIEM, but you will also work in spreading our dear ESTIEM spirit further and with more quality than ever.

Spirit Responsible
  • “What is the ESTIEM spirit?” Many of us, ESTIEMers, have had this question or have witnessed this question being asked before. The spirit is something that is very esteemed to hundreds of ESTIEMers that have passed by our organization over the last 34 years, and it’s a key value proposition that we have to offer.

     

    But what is the ESTIEM Spirit? Well, everyone perceives it in their own unique way, so we all would probably give a different answer. But one thing is certain, no matter where you come from or what your past experiences were, you will feel at home when surrounded by peers singing the ESTIEM song.

     

    The spirit is what connects us and what elevates us from not being a bunch of students from different universities but one united organization with one purpose, connecting IEM Students to an IEM Europe

     

    Although the Spirit grows organically whenever ESTIEMers are together, there is still maintenance that needs to be done, for example managing the spirit page or coming up with new engaging energizers and spreading them throughout the network.

    As VP of Activities, I would like to invest as much effort into improving the ESTIEM Spirit as possible, however my time is limited and help is needed. In order for this to be dealt with care and to have a more successful outcome, this position was created.

     

    Tasks of Spirit Responsible will include the following:

    • Updating and innovating the Spirit Portal whilst researching new energizers and punishments.
    • Work on making the ESTIEM Spirit book accessible and present in ESTIEM activities 
    • Additional responsibilities/small projects can be discussed if there is interest from the spirit Responsible

Contact : vp-activities@estiem.org

Vice President of Public Relations

The Vice President of Public Relations is responsible for coordinating and developing the Public Relations during the Council Meetings, and is the bridge between the organising Local Group and Central ESTIEM.

CM PR Responsible

“Why do we need a PR Responsible for the Council Meetings?” you might be wondering. The answer is very simple: The Public Relations of a Council Meeting is a long procedure that is vital for some of its aspects such as the merchandise, the CM pictures, the youtube livestream, etc. 

As VP of Public Relations, I would like to invest as much effort into CM’s PR as possible, however my time is limited and help is needed. In order for this to be dealt with care and to have a more successful outcome, this position was created.

 

Tasks of CM PR Responsible will include the following:

  • Communication with the organising Local Group for the merchandise prices, the merchandise designs, the merchandise catalogue, and the merchandise orders
  • Communication with the organising Local Group and the Public Relations Committee for the promotion of the Council Meeting on social media
  • Coordination of photographers, videographers, content creators, livestream responsible and creating an agenda for their better organisation
  • Communication with Central ESTIEM entities and Public Relations Committee for the merchandise
  • Communication with the ESTIEM Magazine team for the 66th issue
  • Tracking deadlines and providing guidance throughout the process

Contact : vp-pr@estiem.org

Local Group Support System

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. 

We are working with the Leaders, Consultants, Regional Coordinators and the Board. And now, we are so excited to work with you! If you’re interested in helping LGs’ journey in our system, LGSS is waiting to see new faces in the team!

LR Forum Coordinator

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

Tasks of the LR Forum Coordinator will include the following:

  • Supporting the organiser LG with regular contact to:
    • Make sure that LR Forum fulfils its purpose with a high-quality
    • Make sure that LG does not deviate from the goals that LR Forum tries to achieve
  • Implementing a feedback form as a follow-up process for LGSS and assess the success of the event regarding its purposes
  • Creating the Agenda with trainers
  • Organising regular week chats with trainers
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Contact the leader: leader.lgss@estiem.org

LR Onboarding Responsible

Tasks of the LR Onboarding Responsible will include the following:

  • Updating the content of LR Onboarding regularly
  • Improving the content of LR Onboarding
  • Preparing the LR Onboarding sessions
  • Delivering LR Onboarding sessions
  • Collecting feedback to improve quality 
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Contact the leader: leader.lgss@estiem.org

Vice President of Administration / Council Meeting

The Council Meeting is the biggest event of the network organized twice a year. The most important decisions of the network are made by the delegates representing the Local Groups during the General Assembly, but the CM offers opportunities to develop both self and the network by participating in working groups and training sessions, as well as forming connections with other like-minded people across Europe

Council Meeting Development Coordinator

The Council Meeting Development Coordinator is a project-based role whose ultimate purpose is to ensure a development plan for the organization process of CMs is taken into completion by the end of July 2023.

Initial vision for this development project is already set by the VP of Administration, Ari, which can be read further in this Elium post. The core action points are:

  1. Map out the Organizing Process
  2. Create a CM Template Folder
  3. Expand the CM Knowledge Base
  4. Create a Handover Documentation

There is an expectation that these tasks are not done by the Coordinator themselves but rather by a pool of ESTIEMers with interest in specific areas of a CM. 

Tasks of the CM Development Coordinator will include:

  • Align with the VP of Administration regarding the objectives of the development project
  • Finalize the creation of the team working on the project
  • Oversee the development project by supporting the teams
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Contact the leader: vp-administration@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!

Training Next Leaders (TNL) Coordinator

HRC is responsible for providing Central Active ESTIEMers development opportunities and growth opportunities. Within this area HRC is responsible for the organisation of the event Training Next Leaders which is designed to improve the future leadership generation of our network and help future leaders of ESTIEM to develop their leadership skills. 

Task of a Training Next Leaders (TNL) Coordinator will include the following:

  • Coordinate the organisation of TNL
  • Coordinating the communication with Trainers Community
  • Working on the Agenda of the event
  • Coordinating the organisation timeline before the event
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Contact the leader: leader.hrc@estiem.org

Data Science Initiative

With the help of Bart Jutte, this initiative aims to create a brand-new certified program in ESTIEM, named “Visual Storytelling with Data”. It will be composed by a pre-course and a live event and it will help and teach students how to select, analyse, and represent data in the clearest way, which is important to make the best conclusions. During the course, students will learn how to use Tableau. Amazon, for example, uses it to analyse their big amounts of data. 

Being part of the creation of a brand-new program in ESTIEM is a very special journey, as we are given the opportunity to imagine and really think outside the box. Also, if the course gets utterly known, you will definitely feel proud for your contribution on the creation of something great.

Video Editor - Team Member

Current situation: Having already some footage recorded for the pre-course by the instructor Bart Jutte, who has more than 20 years of experience in Data Science, our team will check the post-production of the videos with a creative perspective and will take care of the supporting material.

Tasks of a Video Editor will include the following:

  • Editing the raw footage with Adobe Premiere Pro (We will help you installing Adobe Premiere Pro)
  • Being an interactive and active member
  • At least 2 hours of work per week with some flexibility depending on how busy you are each week 
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Contact the leader: andre.ferreira@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 three years ago and is looking forward to creating positive impact and value for the network! SERC aims to assist ESTIEM in fulfilling its social and environmental responsibilities, fostering sustainable mindsets across the network, and promoting fairness and inclusivity.

Currently, we are a team of 5 operating within a project-based structure that enables us to readily embrace new goals and projects. Our projects have dedicated coordinators or team leads, and we encourage the formation of smaller teams to tackle each project. Moreover, our flexible approach allows team members to support one another across projects, even with established roles in place.

SDG Challenge Team Member

About the project: The UN SDG challenge is part of ESTIEM’s Grants program and takes inspiration from the ISSUE Project’s 21-Days SDG Challenge. It focuses on creating a fun learning platform where ESTIEMers can explore the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and take on exciting assignments to see how these goals connect to their everyday lives. This challenge is a dynamic learning experience with short, enjoyable tasks that ESTIEMers can do individually or in small groups. For content development, the ISSUE Project offered guidance for us last year.

Your role: As the “UN SDG Course Team Member” you will be  part of the project team. Your tasks include tackling certain parts within the project, by following the Coordinator’s guidance. You can also state which parts of the project you are interested in the most.

Please note: Due to the Grants program, the Project will mostly take place in 2023.

Tasks of SDG Challenge Team Member will include (some of) the following:

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  • Continuously think and implement ideas on how can ESTIEM encourage and support the participation of ESTIEMers in the Challenge;
  • Support the development of the content and the timeline of the Challenge using the ISSUE Project’s 21-Days SDG Challenge
  • Participate in the development of the Challenge’s platform (for example: Google Classroom)
  • Planning and supporting the awarding process for the most active individuals/groups/LGs
  • Planning and supporting the communication & advertising the Challenge to ESTIEMers
  • Support the Coordinator in the Challenge facilitation
  • Report progress to the SDG Challenge Coordinator 
  • Stick to the project timeline and finish tasks in time
  • Optional – working as a team member in other SERC projects
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Contact the leader:  leader.serc@estiem.org

Sustainability Strategy Team Member

About the project: During CM Porto a motion was raised that ESTIEM should create a sustainability strategy for the next strategic period starting after 2024. The project requires a strong collaboration between SERC and the Board, and involves other relevant ESTIEM entities. The aim of the project is to discover ESTIEM’s positive and negative impacts, and propose a strategy in CM Aveiro focusing on the development of ESTIEM’s operations, processes with a focus on environmental and social sustainability.

Your role: As the “Sustainability Strategy Team Member” you will be part of the project team, led by the SERC Leader. Your tasks include tackling certain parts within the project, which can include current status assessment,  impact & materiality assessment, connecting with ESTIEM entities, or strategy development to find solutions on how to tackle our negative impacts and how to enhance our positive ones. You can also state which parts of the project you are interested in the most. 

Please note: According to the Motion accepted in CM Porto, the Strategy shall be presented during CM Aveiro, 2024 Spring.

Tasks of Sustainability Strategy Team Member will include the following:

  • Continuously think and implement ideas on how can ESTIEM improve its sustainability performance;
  • Support assessing ESTIEM’s current sustainability status
  • Participate in the impact assessment by contacting our entities and potentially external stakeholders
  • Help defining the strategic framework (Focusing on ESTIEM’s contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals and the European Youth Goals)
  • Contribute to the strategy development
  • Hold or support interviews, meetings and presentations regarding the strategy development
  • Take a part in the internal/external communication of the strategy development
  • Report progress to the SERC Leader 
  • Stick to the project timeline and finish tasks in time
  • Optional – working as a team member in other SERC projects
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Contact the leader:  leader.serc@estiem.org

Mental Health & Well-being Program Team Member

About the project: The Mental Health & Well-being Program is part of ESTIEM’s Grants program. It aims to create a platform that centers around community and education, allowing ESTIEMers to raise awareness, gain knowledge, and possibly exchange experiences related to mental health and well-being, with a particular emphasis on the student/ young professional perspective. 

Your role: As the “Mental Health & Well-being Program Team Member” you will be in charge of your own project, supported by the SERC Leader and your team members. You’ll be diving into the area of student mental health and well-being, exploring innovative ways to build a supportive and thriving community within ESTIEM.

Please note: Due to the Grants program, the Project will mostly take place in 2023.

Tasks of Mental Health & Well-being Team Member  will include the following:

  • Continuously think and implement ideas on how can ESTIEM establish a safe & inclusive community for people interested in mental health & well-being;
  • Support the development of the content and the timeline of the Program
  • Discovering and developing educational and community-supporting platforms (for example: information library, Newsletter, Online meetings)
  • Help the communication & advertising of the Program to ESTIEMers
  • Support the facilitation the Program
  • Optional – Actively looking for external organizations/professionals to support the initiative
  • Report progress to the Mental Health & Well-being Program  Coordinator 
  • Stick to the project timeline and finish tasks in time
  • Optional – working as a team member in other SERC projects
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Contact the leader:  leader.serc@estiem.org

ESTIEM Trading Card Game (ETCG)

The ETCG was an Ad Fundum award winning idea that started in early 2021 and has now been creating cards for ESTIEMers during every Council Meeting for the past 2 years. As for now, we have printed a bit over 15000 cards! The purpose of the ETCG is not grandiose strategic visions or creating lasting impacts on IEM Europe. It is simply made by ESTIEMers – for ESTIEMers – to have FUN! Join the team to keep making ETCG cards for ESTIEMers – we are aiming to expand the creativity of the cards to be memories for events, for entities and for generations of ESTIEMers! If you enjoy card games and want to enrol in a leisurous entity to have fun with fellow ESTIEMers, consider this open call for the ETCG team!

Logistics Team Member

Tasks of the Logistics Team Member will include the following:

  • Maintaining communication about the ETCG, promoting and sending out payment requests.
  • Bookkeeping for the ETCG.
  • Developing a tournament or similar event for the ETCG community during council meetings.
  • Sorting and distributing the cards during Council Meetings.
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Contact: erik.viktor.pymay.jasinski@estiem.org

Gameplay Developer

Tasks of the Gameplay Developer will include the following:

  • Reviewing the current rules of the game.
  • Coming up with new concepts of the game (abilities, new cards, etc).
  • Creating abilities for cards during the production of the cards.
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Contact: erik.viktor.pymay.jasinski@estiem.org

Designer

Tasks of the Designer will include the following:

  • Reviewing the current design of the cards.
  • Coming up with new designs for the cards.
  • Designing a booklet containing the rules for the game.
  • Making the card orders into ready designed cards.
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Contact: erik.viktor.pymay.jasinski@estiem.org

ESTIEM Magazine

ESTIEM Magazine is the oldest ESTIEM project, created in 1991. 33 years and 66 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 the vast ESTIEM Magazine team, here is your chance!

Article Acquisition Team Member

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 Magazine leader, shaping the upcoming issue
  • Contacting authors guided by the project leader
  • Managing content to ensure articles are aligned with the ESTIEM brand
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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@estiem.org

PRomotion Responsible

The PRomotion Responsible works on maintaining the ESTIEM Magazine brand by creating the necessary brand materials and communicating with PRC on  sharing those materials  with its audience in order to increase the recognition of ESTIEM Magazine to its stakeholders.

Tasks of the PRomotion Responsible will include the following:

  • Creating and defining a branding strategy while maintaining the ESTIEM Magazine brand
  • Defining target groups (active ESTIEMers, LGs, universities, partners, alumni..) and creating content according to their interests 
  • Creating polls on social media and Google Forms to learn what readers want in the ESTIEM Magazine
  • Analyzing poll/form responses and general interactions on social media
  • Selecting the appropriate communication channels (Google Chats, ISSUU, ESTIEM social media channels – Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube)
  • Creating necessary brand materials (posts, pictures, and videos) and designing the ESTIEM Magazine logo and sticker
  • Controlling the quality of posts after the edition: grammar checking and Corporate Image Guidelines checking
  • Working closely with Public Relations Committee on sharing PR materials with the audience  (Central ESTIEM Manager)
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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@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. The main focus of this mandate is to create and update tools and educate Local Groups.

Team Member

We are working project-based, which means that as a team member, you get to choose what you want to work on. Some of our projects include creating an event organization toolkit for Local Groups, Event Reports, and preparing and delivering training sessions. 

Tasks of the Team Member will include the following:

  • Work on the project of your liking
  • Attend team meetings and bring your own ideas
  • Work closely with the team and leader 
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Contact the leader: leader.eqc@estiem.org

ESTIEM Website Team

The ESTIEM Website Project, operates similarly to a Task Group and works on designing the new Website of the ESTIEM on WordPress. Currently looking for ESTIEMers with some experience in Web Design to form a team, as it was previously handled by Knowledge Management Committee

 

Web Designer

Tasks of the Web Designer will include the following:

  • Work on Figma wireframes and high-fidelity designs
  • Develop designed pages on WordPress with Elementor
  • Support Knowledge Management Committee in necessary content collection
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Contact the leader: maria.gezepoglou@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.

CR Responsible

As the CR (Corporate Relations) Responsible, you will hold a pivotal role in forging and nurturing relationships with external partners, thereby contributing to the success of TIMES events, including Local Qualifications, Semi-finals, and Finals. Your position will be instrumental in securing sponsorships, resources, and support to enhance the quality and impact of our competitions. Collaborating closely with the leader and other team members, you will play a significant part in creating an outstanding experience for participants.

 

Tasks of CR Responsible will include the following:

  • Identify and engage potential sponsors and partners for TIMES events.
  • Manage communication and negotiations with corporate entities to secure sponsorships and resources.
  • Ensure effective branding and visibility of sponsors during events.
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Contact the leader:  leader.times@estiem.org

Europe3D

Europe3D gathers students from all over the world to learn and experience the host country in 3 distinct dimensions – Politics, Economy and Culture – while spreading open-minded ESTIEM spirit and raising intercultural awareness.

Externals Responsible

We are looking for a new panda to join our team with regards to external participants in our events. Externals’ Responsible has to make sure we inform the non-ESTIEMer participants and applicants about ESTIEM and our events, properly.

Tasks of the Externals Responsible will include the following: 

  • Raise recognition and promotion of Europe3D among externals
  • Communicate with the ambassadors and MC in order to promote the E3D events through the promotion emails
  • Select the external participants and handle the communication with them
  • Search new channels and organisations to increase the number of applications of externals in E3D events
  • Update Externals application forms and other relevant documents
  • Share the ESTIEM Spirit
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Contact the leader: leader.Europe3D@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!

Design Responsible

The Design Responsible is responsible for the image of the Activity Week service. As the design officer, you will be responsible for the design and publication of all PR materials and documents, while working on the branding of Activity Week to increase service visibility. At the same time, you will find new opportunities to improve yourself by being supported in a free and fun environment where you can implement your ideas! And of course, you have to be eager to communicate and get to know different cultures! Are you ready to push the limits of your creativity?

 

Tasks of Design Responsible will include the following:

  • Designing and updating PR materials of Activity Week
  • Being in touch with Content Creator for the content of the materials
  • Actively taking part in discussions about Activity Week in the future
  • Attending actively monthly team chats

 

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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Content Responsible

Content Responsible is responsible for the creation of content of all Activity Week documents to be produced. These documents can be the content of a PR material, templates, reels videos and a lot of new project! As the Content Responsible, you will be in close communication with the Design Responsible and together you will recreate the image of Activity Week! At the same time, you will find new opportunities to improve yourself by being supported in a free and fun environment
where you can implement your ideas! And of course, you have to be eager to communicate and get to know different cultures!


Tasks of Content Responsible will include the following:

  • Being in touch with Design Responsible and coming up with new PR ideas
  • Checking the existing documents and updating if needed
  • Actively taking part in disscutions about Activity Week in the future
  • Attending actively monthly team chats

 

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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Team Member

Team member is responsible for the team building activities of the Activity Week team and for supporting our Responsibles. You will have a chance to work closely with out Approaching Responsible, Event Quality and Feedback Responsible and Content and Design Responsible and to get to know our organizational process. At the same time, you will find new opportunities to improve yourself by being supported in a free and fun environment where you can implement your ideas! And of course, you have to be eager to communicate and get to know different cultures! Are you ready to push the limits of your creativity?


Tasks of Team member will include the following:

  • Being in touch with Responsibles and coming up with new team building ideas
  • Helping with organizational process
  • Actively taking part in disscutions about Activity Week in the future
  • Attending actively monthly team chats

 

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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@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. 

Editor

Tasks of Team Members will include the following:

  • Make sure the audio quality is high without problems during the recordings 
  • Edit the episodes (cut, filter and improve the sounds) 
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Contact the leader: vp-pr@estiem.org

Public Relations Committee

Public Relations Committee is a committee that helps ESTIEM to function in Public Relations areas such as marketing, social media, and design. 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.

Social Media Manager (for Instagram)

The social media manager is working closely with the leader and the branding responsibles of the committee while scheduling content, posting on our social media, answering messages and analyzing the data in order to better our PR strategies; 

Tasks of Social Media Manager will include the following:

  • Scheduling the online content – monitoring the PR Plan;
  • Communicating with the team members;
  • Making sure that the Brand Guidelines are being followed;
  • Keeping track of the KPIs (Key Performance Indicators);
  • Analyzing the KPIs;
  • Doing quality control;
  • Creating a social media strategy (PR Campaign) with the PRC Leader for Instagram;
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Contact the leader: leader.prc@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.

Knowledge Management & Development Responsible

As a Knowledge Management and Development Responsible you will be in charge of the structure and content of the drive: Guidelines, Presentations, Best Practice Documents and other drive materials. You will be responsible for updating and improving all the existing documents in the drive.

  Tasks of Knowledge Management & Development Responsible will include the following:

  • Develop documents, guidelines and drive structure
  • Create useful documents needed for the exchanges 
  • Be responsible and attend monthly team chats

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Contact the leader: leader.lp@estiem.org

Language Community - Communication Responsible

Language Community is entering its third year with new and exciting implementations ahead. It is one of our most important and biggest offerings… The aim is to connect ESTIEMers and motivate them through their language learning journey. The communication between language learners inside the community and their activeness takes a massive role in its success, therefore this person will be responsible for the community’s effectiveness in general. This position requires a lot of devotion, time and communication skills.

Tasks of Communication Responsible will include the following:

  • Start the transition of the communication platform by searching for the alternatives and discussing with the leader
  • Check on community members and communication channels regularly and analyze the situation
  • Create and suggest language-based activities for the community members
  • Work closely with the Language Nights Coordinator on event organization processes
  • Report updates on Elium and gather feedback and suggestions

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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.

Team Member

Be X for X Days is looking for a new team member!

If you are a team member, you will work together with the rest of the team to help Local Groups organize successful BXD events, support the online version “Be X for X hours” that is organized by the Central Team and support the Career Development Department with their ideas and projects. 

Also new ideas and suggestions are always welcome!

Tasks of a team member will include the following:

  • Attending the Team Chats as well as Department Chats and giving your ideas and input 
  • Supporting Local Groups along the way to organize successful BXD events
  • Helping out with creating promotion materials for BXD
  • Corporate Relation support, when we plan to include companies in our events 
  • 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.

Development Responsible

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

Online Courses Responsible

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

Promotion Responsible

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. 

Data Analyst
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As a Analysis Committee Data Analyst you will be supported through the process of learning how to use Tableau and guided through the development of your skills as a Data Analyst so that you can actively participate in developing interactive dashboards that actively bring value to ESTIEM’s network.

 

Tasks of a Data Analyst will include:

  • Working with data visualization software “Tableau” to develop interactive dashboards.
  • Create, collect and clean data from various ESTIEM data sources.
  • Work with various ESTIEM entities in order to understand their needs and provide methods of making their decision making more fact based and provide valuable insights.

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Contact the leader: leader.analysis@estiem.org

Data Engineer

As a Analysis Committee Data Engineer you will be given the opportunity to work on developing the existing databases we have as well as develop new ones through the implementation of your programming skills.

 

Tasks of a Data Engineer will include:

  • Working with our SQL server’s and other databases to develop new data collection methods.
  • Improve the quality of the existing data and make it more robust.
  • Create, collect and clean data from various ESTIEM data sources.
  • Work with various ESTIEM entities in order to understand their needs and provide methods of making their decision making more fact based and provide valuable insights.

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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!

Development Responsible

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

Data Protection Task Group

The Data Protection Task Group aims to make ESTIEM a GDPR-compliant association. Both experienced members and new members that are motivated to learn more on the topic are more than welcome to join to work together while developing the topic in ESTIEM.

General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation in European law that aims to give more control to people over their data, regulating how an entity can use, share, and store one’s data. GDPR gives power to the user over what data is shared, with whom, for how long, where it is kept, and an understanding of the reasons for all of the above.

Team Member

Tasks of the Team Member will include the following:

  • Working closely with the team while creating the process of the project.
  • Creating regulation guidelines and roadmaps to increase awareness about data protection within the network.
  • Proofreading of the documents while following the regulation document.
  • Following the process of the project.

 

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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!

Team Member

Tasks of the Team Member 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: doga.erdal@estiem.org

Circular Economy Task Group

The circular economy course task group will focus on the creation of a course dedicated to circular economy (as pointed out by the title!). For that, we need a few new team members! Circular economy is an important and current topic in which a lot can be learnt and innovated from.

This being entirely new, a lot of freedom is provided in the way we can shape this course. Let’s brainstorm together on how to bring it to our dear ESTIEMers!

Team Member

The team will meet regularly to firstly decide on a structure and agree on a scheduled division of tasks that will be followed over the next year. Meetings will both be in a group setting (so as to keep all of us updated) as well as one on one. The team will work on a project never done before, so any creative idea will be appreciated and can lead to a bigger impact in the whole organisation.

 

Tasks of Team Member will include the following:

  • Getting in touch with external companies 
  • Ensuring sponsorships and collaboration agreements
  • Setting up collaboration talks between the committee and the companies 
  • Note taking during meetings
  • Regular internal communication and minutes sharing
  • Ensuring communication with the board and other committees
  • Ensuring smooth communication with the ESTIEM community
  • Design and creation of event promotional materials
  • A special focus on marketing to ensure maximum student reach

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Contact the leader: allegra.melli@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!

Backend Developer

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

This position provides a lot of learning opportunities in the area of Backend Web Development, which you can use for your own project, or even in the job market :). 

Requirements: 

  • Basic coding skills
  • Interest in Backend development
  • Proactiveness within the team
  • Willingness to devote some time and learn new skills

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Contact the leader: leader.it@estiem.org

Frontend Developer

As a front-end developer, you will take care of coding tasks for the ESTIEM Portal, improving the experience of all ESTIEMers! 

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.

The ESTIEM Portal Frontend is developed using VueJS, a modern javascript framework. Skills used in this position are definitely useful on any job market :). 

Requirements: 

  • Basic coding skills
  • Interest in software development
  • 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 Management Committee

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

The Knowledge Management 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!

Elium Coordinator

Elium is a knowledge sharing platform used to centralise information and collaboration. Elium in ESTIEM primarily functions as a platform for posting updates and gathering input from members. It enables efficient communication, feedback collection, and collaboration among entities.

Tasks of Elium Coordinator will include the following:

  • Lead the administration of the platform and it’s members,
  • Communicate improvements and debugging with the external Elium Team,
  • Brainstorm on creative ideas of promoting Elium to the network,
  • Collaborate with Leaders and other Entities to boost their Elium presence,
  • Be responsible for Elium features such as Elium Awards.

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Contact the leader: leader.kmc@estiem.org

Templates Coordinator

Templates are pre-designed layouts that provide a consistent structure and design for documents, presentations, and other content. They are used to save time and ensure consistency in content creation processes within ESTIEM to help other entities with their materials.

Tasks of Templates Coordinator will include the following:

  • Create and design templates for documents, presentations or materials used,
  • Update templates with the newest features of Google Workspace,
  • Lead the administration of the template gallery,
  • Promote the usage of templates from the templates gallery,
  • Gather feedback from users regarding template usability and improvements.

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Contact the leader: leader.kmc@estiem.org

Training Content Developer

In KMC, our main job is to make sure everyone in ESTIEM knows how to easily store and share useful knowledge. We also want to help others learn these skills for a better knowledge management culture in the whole network. That’s why we want to create simple training courses for other Central entities in ESTIEM and our Local groups.

Tasks of Training Content Developer will include the following:

  • Brainstorm on needed content in Knowledge Management trainings,
  • Create easy-to-understand training materials on different topics,
  • Manage our collection of training materials,
  • Encourage everyone to use our training stuff,
  • Ask people for feedback to make our training better.

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Contact the leader: leader.kmc@estiem.org

Members Committee

Members Committee aims to assure that every association follows the ESTIEM’s Membership Regulations by monitoring and supporting Guests and Observers on their way to Membership. A further aim is to provide for the activeness of our members and to evaluate new opportunities for growth. 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 if you are motivated to dedicate to ESTIEM, we have the right position for you!

Knowledge Management Team Member

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

Tasks of Knowledge Management Team Member will include the following:

  • Working on the Local Groups’ Legal Knowledge Management by organising and updating the current LG Encyclopedia 
  • Working on different documentations and reports for the projects inside the committee.
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Contact the leader: leader.mc@estiem.org

Membership Process Responsible

Since 2017, Members Committee has been moving towards sustaining or proceeding with Local Group Statuses, which includes Guest and Observership. Therefore, the role of Membership Process Responsible is crucial inside 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 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 continuing communication with the Guest and Observer Groups during the year
  • Cooperating 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 Guest and Observer Groups of the application deadline for Observership/Membership
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Contact the leader: leader.mc@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.

Team Member

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.

Team Member

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 

OPEN POSITIONS - Other Opportunities

In this section, you will be able to find other opportunities that ESTIEM has to offer. Even though the following opportunities are not to be a part of Central ESTIEM, they still might be what you are looking for, so take a look. Aim high, and take your chance!

ESTIEM Societies

ESTIEM Societies brings ESTIEMers together around a certain hobby or area of interest, outside of IEM or what ESTIEM usually focuses on. The aim of the initiative is to provide ESTIEMers with all the necessary tools they might need to develop their hobbies, share their passions, and have a dedicated space to talk about a specific topic.

Initiative Leader

DISCLAIMER: Keep in mind that this is not an official ESTIEM entity nor an official leadership position. 

We are looking for someone motivated and creative enough to reevaluate the initiative, make any adjustments needed, and push it forward. This position requires a little bit of an entrepreneurial mindset. 

Keep in mind that foundations were already laid out, there is a lot to work with already and you will be supported by at least 2 experienced people both within the initiative and ESTIEM in general.

Tasks of the Initiative Leader  will include the following: 

  • Reevaluate the state and scope of the initiative together with the previous leader and core team members
  • Make any adjustments and restructuring needed
  • Build a team of people to coordinate the initiative according to your understanding
  • Raise awareness of ESTIEM Societies using any means you seem fit, including but not limited to: Social media promotion, promotion during Council Meetings, etc.
  • Further analyse the hobbies and interests of ESTIEMers and whether they feel the need for such a platform (there is already an existing form for that)
  • Coordinate the Core Team and the Societies-related activities
  • Keep the network updated on the state of ESTIEM Societies via Elium (optional, but recommended)
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If you are thinking about applying for the positions above, please contact the ESTIEM Societies founder Boris Zabunov at boris.zabunov@estiem.org

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  • Discuss your concerns with them;
  • Ask questions.

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