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Job opportunity: Staff position at AVERE

09 February 2010

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The European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (AVERE) is looking for a new staff member for its association office in Brussels. If you have a thorough knowledge of EVs & hybrids and aim to become the Secretary-General of a European network including NGO’s, Public Bodies, Research entities and car manufacturers, you could be the right person for the job.
Currently, AVERE is looking for a staff member whom, after a period of experience could be nominated to be its Secretary-General. The person will work with the AVERE president and its bureau. Key responsibilities include:
  • Administration and coordination of the association’s activities
  • Information and knowledge management
  • Organisation and preparation of international conferences, in particular EETs (explain) and EVSs (explain)
  • Research projects – especially on European level - and initiatives, in the field of sustainable mobility
  • Reporting regularly to the Bureau, the Board and the General Assembly of AVERE
See the complete job description under “more information” at the bottom of this article

How to apply

The deadline for the submission is 20 February, 2010. Start date would be as soon as possible. Applicants should send a CV and a cover letter to AVERE President Robert Stussi [].


AVERE – founded in 1978 - is a European network comprised of members including Users, NGO’s, Associations, Interest groups, Public Bodies, Research & Development entities, Vehicle and Equipment Manufacturers, Electricity Utilities. Its main objective is promoting the use of Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles - individually and in fleets and for priority uses – in order to achieve greener mobility for cities and countries.

The main activities to achieve these objectives are related to dissemination, networking, monitoring, participation in European and multilateral projects. Other activities include establishing improved communications channels for the electric drive industry’s and R&D bodies’ with policy makers but also conducting research and development projects. projects.


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