The Economist represents the ITUC in economic, employment and labour market policy making. As a senior member of the Economic and Social Policy team, your rigorous research and persuasive policy advocacy contributes to our impact in intergovernmental cooperation. You are driven to ensure that the social dimensions of globalisation, including decent work and fundamental workers’ rights, is at the centre of decision-making in the world’s major global and regional institutions.
The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) represents its affiliates in major global governance and policy setting fora. We have affiliated organisations in 163 countries and territories that represent 200 million trade union members.
The Economist keeps the international trade union movement informed of macro-economic and employment policy developments. He/she advocates for trade union priorities including good public policy, coherence of workers’ rights with social, economic and political inclusion, solid employment and industry policy as well as sustainable development and measures for reducing inequality. A main pillar of the ITUCs union economic advocacy is regulating economic power.
The Economist will work within the Economic and Social Policy Department and reports to the Director of Economic and Social Policy.
We offer an attractive salary and benefits package.
Once appointed, the postholder must live within daily commuting distance from the Brussels’ office.
The ITUC is an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage appropriately qualified candidates, especially women, candidates from developing countries and minorities to apply.
Applications: CV and cover letter should be sent in English to Hanneke de Visser - email@example.com.
Closing date: 01 November 2021, 09:00 Brussels time