Eitvydas Bingelis

Vice-Minister of Social Security and Labour of the Republic of Lithuania

EITVYDAS BINGELIS

Date of birth

23 October 1988

Education

 

2015

Bachelor’s degree of International Business acquired at the International Business School of Vilnius University.

2012

Graduated the first programme for professional trainers in Lithuania focussed on work with non-governmental organisations, non-formal education, pedagogy and self-directed learning.

2007-2010

Studied the programme of Statistics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of Vilnius University.

Professional experience:

 

Since 3 January 2017

Appointed as the Vice-Minister of Social Security and Labour of the Republic of Lithuania.

2012–2017

Secretary General of the Order of Malta’s Aid Service.

2010–2012

Rapporteur of the Lithuanian Young Maltesers at the Order of Malta’s Aid Service.

2010–2014

Freelance trainer and lecturer in the fields of non-formal education, youth policy, teamwork, group processes, strategy development, conflict management, volunteer management, activity planning and implementation, time planning, activity/task/project evaluation and specification of recommendations.

2009

Export Manager at UAB “Teltonika”.

Since 2015 – member of the Board of the National Network of Anti-Poverty Organisations and member of the Executive Committee of the European Anti-Poverty Network

Since 2015 – member of the Lithuanian Marketing Association

Since 2014 – member of the Lithuanian Project Management Association

Since 2012 – member of the Lithuanian Non-formal Education Association

 

Eitvydas Bingelis has been volunteering since the age of 15. Since 2012 he has participated in the development of youth volunteering models and has been delivering presentations on volunteering and NGO activities.

Foreign Languages

English, Russian, Polish.

Marital Status

Single.

Supervises the following fields

Activities of Department of European Union Structural Support,  International Affairs Department, Youth Division and  Communities Affairs Division from Family and Communities Department, Social Services Division and Financial Social Assistance Division from Inclusion Department.

 

Last updated: 11-12-2017