The content moderator is a profile that is crucial to our digital events. This role takes place both before and during the event. It creates a link between the speakers, the content, and the technicians.
Before the event :
- Contact point for the speakers if they have questions
- Share the information that needs to be shared with the speakers
- Collect the content
- Prepare the technical test and the rehearsals with the technical AV team and the other content moderator
- Supervise (if needed) the showflow of the sessions for which the content moderator is responsible
During the event :
- Welcome the speakers to the virtual rooms before the start of the session (usually between 15 and 30 minutes before the session)
- Prepare the speakers for the session
- Assist the speakers during the session (indication of the timing, liaison with the onsite technician)
- Reporting on the session (issues, what can be improved for the next sessions)
- Follow-up with the speakers for the post event
OTHER SECONDARY MISSIONS
- Assistance to project managers in their daily tasks: client meetings at the European Commission, note-taking, research and analysis, content management with possibilities for editorial tasks, active participation in events we organise, contribution to reporting and budgeting tasks.
- Management of events’ functional boxes linked to participants’ management including answering participants' questions with analysis and synthesis of those interactions.
- Contribution to supplier management: contact, price negotiation and follow-up, budget follow-up.
- Help with internal organisation: help with managing project managers' schedule but also project planning, opportunities to participate in cross-company projects.
- Contribution to the elaboration and response to calls for tenders in the European sector, in particular through research, analysis and administrative activities.
- In some cases, opportunities to manage projects under the supervision of a project manager.
- Working with European institutions and mostly with the European Commission.
- Working in an international environment
- Discovering how European institutions work daily as well as their internal functioning.
- To be allocated concrete tasks that will allow you to acquire a real professional experience.
- Evolve in an environment where teamwork and solidarity are valued.
- Help to carry out European projects and events at the service of citizens and civil society, and participate to them.
- Enjoy teamwork.
- Be autonomous, pro-active and enjoy being challenged.
- Be solution-oriented and show initiative.
- Have a good sense of analysis, synthesis and quality.
- A minimum level C1 in English, any other European language is an asset.
- Very good communication and organisational skills.
- Microsoft Office package (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
- Knowledge of social media and any other production program (Adobe suite...) is an asset.