Building partnership!


Building partnership!

Vacancy announcement 2024

Vacancy announcement 2024


The Joint Secretariat (JS) of the Interreg Hungary-Slovakia Programme, operating within Széchenyi Programme Office Nonprofit LLC. is recruiting a Programme Manager in its Budapest Office in Hungary. 

The Interreg Hungary-Slovakia Programme operates as separate financial instrument of EU Cohesion Policy. The specific aim of the Programme is to make the Slovak-Hungarian border region more cohesive, environmentally friendly and competitive. 

We are looking for a highly motivated professional to join our JS’s team.





Main tasks 

  • providing support and consultancy to project applicants during the application phase;
  • coordinating and participating in the project selection and evaluation procedure according to the programme’s manuals;
  • assisting project partners throughout project implementation;
  • collecting and reviewing project reports and project follow-up reports;
  • preparing documents and materials for decisions of the Monitoring Committee;
  • organizing and active participation at information days, project seminars, conferences and other events;
  • preparing statistics and monitoring figures at programme level for the Monitoring Committee, the Managing and National Authorities and the European Commission, and assisting the organisation of their meetings; preparing minutes;
  • preparing thematic reports on progress of projects and reporting to programme actors on financial progress of the projects;
  • preparation of reports to the programme actors on the implementation of the programme;
  • performing other relevant duties deriving from the management of the programme.

Requirements for the candidate

  • Work experience in public and/or state and/or international administration and/or in private sector in minimum 3 years;
  • Fluent in spoken and written English, as well as in Slovak and/or Hungarian;
  • Relevant university or college degree (bachelor`s/master’s/doctorate degree, completed with a diploma) in public administration and/or regional development and/or economic/social sciences and/or finance/business.


  • Good understanding and knowledge of the needs of the programme area;
  • Experience/skills regarding the content of priority axis defined by the programme (e.g. engineering, technical skills, cooperation of public authorities); 
  • Experience of working in project management and/or in cross-border co-operation projects;
  • Good administrative skills and understanding of the EU regulatory framework.

If you are interested in our offer, please send us your CV in English with photo, copies of relevant diploma(s) and cover letter to the following e-mail addresses: and

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2024-06-24 11:40:00
2024-06-24 11:40:00