The European heating industry brings together companies that are leaders in the production of efficient heating systems. Our engineers develop the heating solution for every need, from renewable ready boilers to solar thermal systems, from heat pumps to fuel cells, from radiators to underfloor heating. Whether you are in a cottage in Sweden, a skyscraper in Frankfurt or a guesthouse in Sicily, we make it work.
But the energy landscape is changing. For tomorrow, our members are innovating in hybrid and digital solutions, as well as hydrogen heating appliances. They are perfecting high-efficiency and renewable systems such as heat pumps. These innovations will improve your home and Europe’s environment. Just like we make your heating system work, we make Europe’s energy transition work.
A team of eight dedicated public affairs professionals drives the EU activities of our industry association in Brussels. Our team develops a dialogue with European policymakers and provides them insight into the EU heating market as well as proposals for the energy transition of buildings in Europe, based on our industry knowledge of this market and on our technological innovation.
To provide expert input to policymakers and support our membership in the development of policy positions, we are seeking a new colleague to strengthen the work on heat pumps (M/F, full time).
A full-time position, reporting to the Head of Technology, you will be responsible for the following:
Amongst the key political dossiers that you will be involved in are the F-gas Regulation and the PFAS restriction in REACH.
We are looking for a colleague motivated to work for industry, in a sector which is at the centre of the EU Green Deal; someone with strong presentation skills and an ease to translate complex technical concepts into simple language; a colleague who is able to build an advocacy campaign based on science-based evidence and stakeholders alliances, mediating amongst different positions in order to find common ground.
In terms of professional style, you have the drive to bring results rather than just completing a process. You are eager to keep learning and are willing to share your knowledge with colleagues and members.
To apply please send your CV and letter of motivation, in English to our recruitment partner, Ian Burns of RP People at firstname.lastname@example.org Please mention “EHI policy 2022” in the subject line of your email . To learn more about EHI please see www.ehi.eu. EHI is an equal opportunities employer. The working language is English. The deadline for application is 30 September 2022.