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AIESEC ROMANIA 11/12                       

    Job Descriptions                   


Dear Applicant,It seems like yesterday we embarked our journey all together with the greatestwill and responsibility to p...


                   AIESEC Romania’s 2011/12 structureAIESEC Romania team is based in Bucharest, the capital city of Roma...

Specialized Characteristics of Team membersWhile each team needs a broad knowledge base, each team member must alsoposses...

Election/Selection Procedures1. Submit your application and other requested materials by 20:00 GMT+2Saturday, 15th of Jan...

For international ApplicantsThe MC positions opened internationally are MCVP ICX Corporate, MCVP ICX Non-Corporate, MCVP ...

Responsibilities after SelectionMC elect meeting:The AIESEC Romania elect team will meet in Bucharest immediately followi...
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AIESEC ROMANIA 11/12 

 Job Descriptions 

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Dear Applicant,It seems like yesterday we embarked our journey all together with the greatestwill and responsibility to proudly represent an AIESEC country that believes andworks for its mission every day and thus creates the impact we want to see in thesociety.The 20th year of AIESEC Romania was one year in which we felt the responsibilityof balancing the achievement and evolution, where we end our journey towards theAIESEC 2010 mid-term ambition and look ahead for one bright future that aims toengage and develop every young person in Romania. It is one year when we come tothe basics and wish for every single member of our country to live a completeAIESEC experience, when we experience the greatest results in our history in termsof delivering qualitative exchange, when we compete for being in the top performingcountries in the world and prepare for even greater successes to happen.We are proud of the country that we see and work for everyday and all the effortsof seeing a thriving network aiming for the same vision, for the same goals stillrepresent the engine that keeps us going daily.We are MC20 and proudly stand for whom we are. This is what we probably takethe most out of this term. All the challenges that we have faced got us much moreengaged with what we are doing and taught us valuable lessons of life- being opento communicate, staying true to ourselves, being sure that we cannot do anything ifwe don’t work together as team, keep our promises no matter what, take energyfrom the people around in order to be the best, be there for the country in thefirst place, live our AIESEC experience to the fullest.We are ready and we are happy to be the ones that open soon a new chapter forAIESEC in Romania. Nothing can be more rewarding than leaving a great teambehind and nothing can bring this feeling more than this moment where we give youthe opportunity. We expect you not only to dare, but also to dream the biggest youcan because there is one AIESEC Romania that aims and deserves to be the mostrelevant organization for youth in the country and in the top worldwide.We invite you to embark this journey with the greatest enthusiasm ever. Thefuture of AIESEC in Romania stands in your hand.With great respect,MC Team of AIESEC in ROMANIA 2010 - 2011 

 

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 AIESEC Romania’s 2011/12 structureAIESEC Romania team is based in Bucharest, the capital city of Romania – and forthe term 2011 - 2012, will consist of the following positions:  Member Committee President  Member Committee Vice President Incoming Exchange Corporate*  Member Committee Vice President Incoming Exchange Non-Corporate*  Member Committee Vice President Outgoing Exchange *  Member Committee Vice President External Relations  Member Committee Vice President Talent Management*  Member Committee Vice President LC Development*  Member Committee Vice President Finance  Member Committee Vice President Communication*  Member Committee Vice President Alumni Relations  Member Committee Regional Coaches (x 3 positions)**The National Plenary elects the President; and the Vice Presidents are given vote ofconfidence during Members Committee Conference (MCC) each year. The finalpositions of the MC team will be selected throughout February and March ‘11. InJanuary 2011 the election/selection process will take place in Timisoara, Romania,the hosting LC for the elections conference of 2011.
*Open for international applicants**Selected after MCC 

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Specialized Characteristics of Team membersWhile each team needs a broad knowledge base, each team member must alsopossess some specific skills and experience in order to manage a variety offunctional tasks. Working as MC requires the members to take on extensivefunctional tasks, including fundraising, external relations, using information systems,human resources development, content management, conference planning, exchangesystems development, communication/publications/marketing, and other areas thatare not covered by the functional positions on the team. The MC team must becomprised of individuals who collectively cover these major areas of expertise.The overall competencies that are very critical for all the MC positions would be:  Entrepreneurial Outlook  Social Responsibility  Proactive LearningPreferred Experience  General understanding of the organization  Understanding of the national reality  Team management and coaching  Packaging and sales of the AIESEC XP  External representation and networking  Managing key networks and relationships  Facilitation skills  Data analysis 

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Election/Selection Procedures1. Submit your application and other requested materials by 20:00 GMT+2Saturday, 15th of January 20112. All candidates should attend either physically or virtually the Member CommitteeConference, in Timisoara, between the 27th-30th of January.Candidates for the position of Member Committee President will have a:  Personal Presentation, maximum 3 minutes  Strategy Presentation, maximum 7 minutes  Q&A for each candidate for maximum 50 minutes  Panel discussion for a maximum of 60 minutes  Closing speech for 3 minutesCandidates for Vice President positions will have a:  Personal Presentation, maximum 3 minutes  Strategy Presentation, maximum 7 minutes  Q&A for each candidate for maximum 50 minutes  Panel discussion with the delegates for a maximum of 120 minutes3. Although your presence in the elections conference is preferred, not required, itis mandatory that you let us know in your application if you are attending thisconference. If not, then you must be able to sustain your candidature virtually(webcam and microphone are compulsory for this process to take place smoothly)4. After the presentations LCs will be casting their votes. Candidates for MCP areelected through preferential voting while candidates for Vice President positions willbe given a vote of confidence.5. Candidates for the position of Vice President will have an interview in order toassess their skills and competencies. The interview will take place after the MCC inBucharest with a commission made up of the current MCP, the MCP elect and twoother externals.6. After the interview the MCP elect will select his/her team. 

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For international ApplicantsThe MC positions opened internationally are MCVP ICX Corporate, MCVP ICX Non-Corporate, MCVP OGX, MCVP TM, MCVP LC Development and MCVP Communication.Although your presence in the elections conference is preferred, not required, it ismandatory that you let us know in your application if you are attending thisconference. If not, then you must be able to sustain your candidature virtually(webcam and microphone are compulsory for this process to take place smoothly).Please include in your application, as part of the endorsements a recommendationfrom your current MC in your country.Working Conditions in AIESEC Romania MCYour working time will be 8 hours per day 5 days a week with weekends allocatedfor conferences, team events or personal time.The 550 RON / month allocated for the salary is split into the number of days ineach month and you will be paid only for the days spent in Bucharest working in theMC.The MC or LCs depending on each case will cover all the travel costs andaccommodations for conferences and LC visits.In Bucharest all accommodations are covered as well as a cell-phone.For EuroExpro and IC fees could be partly covered from the MC budget dependingon the cash flow.For international MC membersA monthly allowance of 200 Euros will be provided. 

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Responsibilities after SelectionMC elect meeting:The AIESEC Romania elect team will meet in Bucharest immediately following theselection of the team after the interviews with the commission. The purpose of themeeting is to start the team building process and set expectations for transition.Transition:Transition commences immediately after your selection. Discussions and work will bedone through the use ofMyAIESEC.net, e-mail etc. Transition for the MCP 2010-2011 commences at the latest on 16th of March2010. Transition of all other MCVPs start the latest on the 21st of March 2010 MC will pay salaries starting with the 1st of April Your own transition has to be completely finished by the time you come toBucharest 


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