BSEF is looking to recruit a full time senior regulatory affairs and advocacy manager to contribute to its global regulatory and public policy engagement related to bromine and bromine-based technologies. The successful candidate will join the BSEF team in Brussels and will take the lead in coordinating BSEF’s global advocacy and regulatory activities working with the Secretary General and BSEF regional teams, member companies and affiliates.
The International Bromine Council (BSEF) was originally formed in 1997. Its mission is to foster knowledge on the uses and benefits of bromine-based solutions. We strongly believe in science and innovation and through investments in research and development, BSEF members create robust bromine-based technologies meeting the needs of society and economy. For more information on BSEF and what we do, visit our website at: www.bsef.org.
BSEF’s current global regulatory and advocacy team encompasses offices in China and Japan along with representative entities and consulting support in Brazil and India. BSEF also works closely with associate associations and sector groups in Europe (Flame Retardants Europe) and in North America (American Chemistry Council/North American Flame-Retardant Alliance). These entities are further supported by a network of subject matter experts which assist BSEF and its member companies across a range of research, advocacy and standards work.
The position involves frequent travel for meetings and international conferences/events. A willingness to travel is therefore a pre-requisite.
BSEF is willing to offer a competitive and attractive remuneration package to the successful candidate based on level of experience. Employment terms and conditions are equally attractive and commensurate with those within the chemical industry and life sciences sector associations.
Persons interested in applying for this position should send their CV and letter of interest to BSEF for the attention of Dr Kevin Bradley, Secretary General. This can be done by post, before August 31st, 2019 to:
BSEF – The International Bromine Council
Rue Belliard 40, Box 17
Or via e-mail to: email@example.com