Today, the European chemical industry is indispensable to modern life, producing the building blocks and high-tech materials on which modern societies are built. Our molecules and materials are used in every industry, from agriculture to construction, food and beverages, energy, health care and medicines, machinery, textiles, hospitals and transportation. We deliver a range of solutions needed to deliver the EU Green Deal, from better batteries, solar panels, wind turbines and smarter, more energy efficient materials. The Chemicals Industry Transition Pathway identifies the actions and conditions needed to achieve the green and digital transition and improve resilience in the chemical industry.
The European Union’s chemical sector employs 1.2 million highly qualified people directly in 28,000 companies. The chemical sector supports around 19 million jobs across all supply chains and it generates more than €594 billion a year in sales. Our industry has embraced corporate social responsibility, ethical behaviour and the principles of Responsible Care.
For its Public Affairs department, Cefic is looking for a (m/f/d): EU Policy and Advocacy Advisor.
This role is designed to enable experienced, early career graduates, keen to pursue a career in European Affairs, to acquire practical experience and training in EU advocacy practice.
The focus of this role will be the key topics within the EU Green Deal including energy and climate, environmental, health and safety, chemicals, digital and wider industrial policies as well as the regulatory environment concerning implementation of chemicals legislation.
The successful candidate will form part of Cefic’s political monitoring unit and ensure that Cefic remains well connected to relevant areas of the growing EU policy agenda.
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following experience, competencies and personal qualities:
Please send your application with full curriculum vitae and motivation letter, quoting the reference EUA-01, by 7 April 2023 to Cefic, Jessica Bart-Williams, HR Officer, Rue Belliard 40, b15, 1040 Brussels.
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: Please note that in the course of the recruitment process, your application may be shared with Internal departments and/or Cefic members.