Montenegro: One STE, Service Provider Organisation for Training Programme

The training programme will be on "Development and Management of EU-funded Projects". | The deadline for applications is April 07, 2017 at 16:00.

The TACSO Montenegro Office is looking for one STE - a service provider organisation with experience and knowledge regarding Civil Society, to work with the TACSO office in delivering a Training Programme on “Development and Management of the EU funded Projects” for selected CSO representatives from Montenegro. 

Location: Montenegro 
Duration: April-May 2017. 

This is an Open call, and qualified candidates from the TACSO Montenegro training pool, as well as others experts, are invited to apply. 

Application procedure: 
Applications must be in English and entail the following: 
  • Letter of intent and availability, including draft of training design (Annex 1-Training Agenda) and information on financial requirements. Please include travel costs and accommodation costs in your financial requirements.
  • Trainers CV in EU format 
  • 3 references from similar assignments
The application should be sent no later than 7th of April, 2017 by e-mail to: at 16:00

Only selected candidates will be informed about the results of the open call

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