Executive Coordinator

We at the German-Syrian Research Society are looking to expand our Academic Empowerment Scholarship (AES) team. We are still in the process of fund-raising for our main scholarship project. Nevertheless, we have started offering small grants; one of them is the AES Language Exam Scholarship. AES Language Exam Scholarship opens twice a year and finances language exam fees, such as (TOEFL, IELTS, TELC, etc…), for Syrian students who are in need of those certificates to continue their higher education abroad. We mainly finance Syrian and Palestinian-Syrian applicants who live in Syria or Syria’s neighboring countries. For this purpose, we will be thrilled to get to know you and to have you as part of our Society and team as an:

Executive Coordinator,

Volunteering (non-paid), 2-4 Hours weekly

Our Society is 100% volunteers, we believe in volunteering next to our regular jobs. Research is our trade and openness is our way of supporting the scientific society. If you share our core beliefs, have the time, and are enthusiastic to take part in our projects, then do not hesitate to apply. We are excited to get to know you.

Core Requirements:

An Executive Coordinator at the German-Syrian Research Society is expected to have the following Capabilities:

– University Degree

– Live outside Syria and Syria’s neighboring countries

– Good command of Arabic and English; German language would be a plus

– Computer skills: especially MS WORD and Excel

Soft-Skills Requirements:

– Time Management

– Organizational skills

– Volunteering spirit

– Openness to applicants from all backgrounds


As an Executive Coordinator at the German-Syrian Research Society you will be in charge of the followings:

– Maintaining the applications of scholarships.

– Documentation of the process.

– Coordinating the tasks among reviewers

– Communication management

– Maintaining the databases of applicants

What do we offer:

– Access to a network of professionals and highly motivated people in the NGOs / education fields.

– The opportunity to learn about scholarship processing.

– Access to DSFG seminars and workshops.

– Volunteering Certificate.