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Career Development Coordinator

The Lisbon Project is a non-profit organization aiming to protect and integrate the lives of migrants and refugees in the city of Lisbon.

We are currently seeking interns to assist in the employability program. This includes, the processes of welcoming, guiding and track-keeping of beneficiaries registered to the employability program. Coordinators are in charge of directing beneficiaries to services, performing follow-ups on their progress and being the beneficiary’s main contact person at the Lisbon Project.

The Career Development Coordinator oversees all aspects regarding the employability program, including communication, data gathering, feedback collection, and reporting on their job search experiences.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Establishing Communication with beneficiaries

  • Data: Analysis, Tracking and Reporting

  • Managing Assessment Meetings Sessions

  • Orienting Community Members on Job and Training opportunities

  • Responding to Inquiries and Requests

  • Employability event organization (Workshops, Webinars etc)

  • Adapting services according to beneficiaries needs


  • Fluency in English

  • Strong IT skills

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills


  • Working in a team that aims to create impact.

  • Develop leadership skills in a dynamic and fun setting.

  • Know that you are contributing to the positive, healthy relationship building and empowerment of the community.

  • Meeting people from all over the world and getting to know their stories.

  • Free tea and coffee (like all day long!)

Time Commitment: 20-30 hours/weekly (depending on availability)

Intern reports to: Employability Program Manager

Minimum education level: Preferably a master’s degree (ongoing or concluded)

We can’t do it without you! Thank you for being a part of our team.

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