Public Affairs Consultant - Chemicals & Environment

Interel European Affairs
  • Location
    Brussels, Belgium
  • Sector
    Commercial
  • Experience
    Early Career / Mid Career
  • Apply by
    Sep-15-2017
  • Posted
    Aug 29

Position description

Interel EU is looking to recruit a dynamic Consultant to support its Energy and Natural Resources Practice.A

Responsibilities will include:

  • Providing regular political intelligence to our chemicals and environment clients through monitoring of information sources and attendance at relevant events;
  • Drafting of written materials, such as intelligence bulletins and reports, stakeholder mapping, policy papers, issue briefings, press releases and presentations;
  • Managing aspects of client accounts and taking ownership of the day-to-day delivery of related tasks;
  • Implementing outreach programmes towards the European institutions and other stakeholders;
  • Contributing to the design and implementation of public affairs campaigns and communication programmes;
  • Developing a deep understanding of our clients’ businesses and issues and building relationships of trust with client personnel;
  • Support with the preparation of new business proposals;
  • Playing a role in internal company activities and programmes;
  • Networking to deepen professional expertise and knowledge.

The company offers:

  • An exciting job with one of the market leaders;
  • A full-time contract with a competitive salary;
  • Additional benefits including pension scheme, hospital insurance, luncheon vouchers;
  • High level, demanding and interesting assignments;
  • Access to training and other professional development opportunities;
  • A fun and challenging working environment.

Qualifications

Applicants for the position should fulfill the following minimum requirements:

  • University degree or equivalent;
  • Minimum 2-3 years professional experience in European Affairs (consultancy, in-house or EU institution);
  • Knowledge of the EU institutions and decision-making;
  • Knowledge of EU energy and environmental policy;
  • Previous experience working on policy issues related to the chemical industry is preferable;
  • Willingness and ability to work on a range of different issues;
  • Excellent English, good knowledge of at least one other EU language;
  • Creative self-starter, ability to work in an international team;
  • Good written and oral communication skills;
  • Good organisational skills.

Application instructions

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