The EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL BUREAU,
a network of more than 170 environmental citizens’ organisations,
is looking for a
Zero Pollution Policy Officer: source control expert*
(1 year contract, with possible renewal pending available funding)
*precise title defined after recruitment and depending on qualifications
The European Environmental Bureau is the largest and most inclusive European network of environmental citizens’ groups – and the only one that works on such a broad range of issues. We advocate for progressive policies to create a better environment in the European Union and beyond.
We are seeking a source control pollution prevention/control expert/policy officer to work jointly within the Air & Noise and Industrial Production team. The main activities under this position will involve the following:
Location: The candidate is expected to work most of the time from our office in Brussels.
Deadline for Application: 24 October 2021
Interviews first round: 1st week of November 2021
Starting date: Ideally November 2021
The EEB is an equal-opportunities and family-friendly employer. We encourage applications from a diverse range of candidates.
Due to limited staff resources and numbers of applications anticipated, only candidates selected for interviews will receive a reply. Please read our recruitment privacy statement before applying: https://eeb.org/eeb-recruitment-privacy-statement/.
Applications consisting of: a letter of motivation not exceeding 2 pages; a concise CV and responses to the two questions below (not exceeding 3 pages) should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only applications comprising these three elements will be considered. Please clearly mark: “Source control/zero pollution [expert/Policy Officer]” in the subject of your email.
Question 1: What do you consider as essential elements of a “Zero Pollution Action Plan” to be successful in delivering credible transformative change? (Please explain the rationale of viewpoints made, which do not need to reflect EEB positions made on the file as to policy objectives and priorities)
Question 2: What do you consider as essential tools, approaches, instruments needed to improve environmental benchmarking and compliance promotion of industrial activities in the EU? (Please explain the nature of the potential benchmarks identified and related EU policy frameworks/tools in need of adaptation)
European Environmental Bureau AISBL
Rue des Deux Eglises 14-16, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32 (0)2 289 10 90
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