We are recruiting an EU Policy Manager to join our small and dynamic team.
Starting date: Flexible, but ideally as soon as possible.
The EBB represents an industry at the heart of almost all hot-button issues discussed today. From climate change to international trade and energy to agriculture, if there is an issue you’ve been reading about, there’s a good chance we’re affected.
Based in Brussels, Belgium, the EBB has a small but dynamic team looking for its newest member, eager to make an impact and keen to grow in a fast-paced and exciting environment, where EU Climate & Energy Policy is increasingly at the forefront of the EU legislative work.
With the support of other team members, the EBB EU Policy Manager will develop our policy messages, prepare and implement advocacy strategies, and spearhead our lobbying work. In addition to having an overview of all EU policies impacting the European biodiesel industry, this role also entails managing specific policy files. The files will vary, as may the field. Still, the responsibilities will include interacting with a wide range of stakeholders and decision-making institutions. Keeping the EBB and its members abreast of each development, you will develop policy positions, working to define and promote EBB positions. Although working under the immediate supervision of our Secretary-General, you will be given a lot of autonomy and need drive, creativity, and flexibility as you take initiative to get things done.
While we expect you to bring some years of experience in a similar position, this job offers you the chance to grow further and to gain expertise and responsibilities that would be hard to get elsewhere in the same amount of time. If you’ve read the above, and think you’ll be a good fit, keep reading for more information on your role and its requirements.
Interested? Candidates should send their application in English, consisting of a motivation letter, curriculum vitae, and salary expectations – annual gross, by email to email@example.com, stating the job title “EU Policy Manager” in the Subject line.
Before you apply: We’ll only use the information you provide to process your application. By emailing us your CV and covering letter, you are permitting EBB to use the information you have provided for recruitment purposes.
Deadline for applications: 18:00 CEST, 29 September 2023.
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.