Plan and execute strategies to efficiently position Brazilian business vis-à-vis the EU institutions and other stakeholders;
Monitor regulatory developments across relevant sectors and assess their impact on Brazilian goods and services’ access to the EU market;
Produce critical analyses and recommendations for Brazilian businesses on their engagement in Brussels;
Foster a strong professional network in Brussels, maintaining contact with representatives from the institutions, regulatory authorities, trade associations, NGOs, the media and other relevant stakeholders;
Draft communication materials targeted at varied audiences in Brussels;
Produce a monthly newsletter in Portuguese on regulatory and political developments in the EU with an impact on trade.
Master’s degree in International Relations, European Studies, Economics, Law, Communications or Public Affairs;
At least 3 (three) years of relevant experience working with the EU institutions with a focus on trade and/or agri-food policy;
Proven experience in drafting communication materials;
Fluency in Portuguese and English (written and oral).