Presentation

Open Source Politics is one of the French leaders in the fast-growing civic tech sector. Since 2016 we’ve been supporting more than fifty leading institutions and private actors in their digital consultations and participatory budgets, thanks to Decidim*, the open source platform for large-scale citizen participation used in about ten countries.

As a true ecosystem company, we defend, with our partners in France and abroad, a certain vision of digital participatory democracy based on transparency, collaboration, respect for privacy and accessibility.

If you are looking for a Tech for Good experience, you have come to the right place!

Job description

Help our 3 founders with their work schedule and help them with everyday tasks so they can focus on strategic topics.

You will report directly to our co-founders (Valentin, Alain, Olivier and Virgile) and expected to reach a certain level of autonomy.

Your main goal is to make day-to-day easier for our founders, taking charge of a number of administrative tasks as well as keeping their schedules up-to-date.

Your main missions will be to :

  • Deal with invoices, manage accounting,
  • Update the schedule and organize meetings,
  • Confirm attending to events and conferences,
  • Book and arrange travels, transport and accommodations,
  • Remind the founders of important tasks and deadlines,
  • Collate and fill expenses,
  • Office management (buy office supplies etc.).

Your profile

  • Discretion, you will have access to confidential information,
  • Hands on, proactive with very good organizational skills and strong attention to detail,
  • Great oral and written communication skills in French and English,
  • Very good organizational skills and have a strong attention for detail,
  • The Google Suite has no secret for you

Skills

Practical details

  • Availability: January 2020,
  • Contract: CDI,
  • Occasional remote work,
  • Great health insurance,
  • Offices in the center of Paris: Liberté Living-Lab, 9 rue d’Alexandrie 75002 Paris,
  • Send your applications (CV + introductory email) to valentin@opensourcepolitics.eu