Project Management Trainee/Officer/Manager
The Centre on Regulation in Europe* () is recruiting for several positions in Project Management (Trainee, Officer and Manager levels) to start between now and July 2022.TasksOur new colleagues will work on:Leading, planning and coordinating the delivery of multiple research projects in the digital, mobility and energy sectors:Coordinating the pitching of new research projects to membersDefining delivery timelines for each projectOrganising, preparing and running project meetings & conference callsFacilitating engagement of members & external stakeholdersEnsuring the quality of research reports, proof-reading/editing reports Contributing to dissemination activitiesWorking with the Communications team on the organisation of research project-related (and other types of) eventsContributing to the drafting of newsletters, alerts, etc.Arranging meetings with EU policymakers & other stakeholders Working with CERRE directors and academics to plan & coordinate streams of researchOrganisation and preparation of internal meetings with members of the CERRE Secretariat and Academic TeamEU policy monitoring, especially of on-going research topicsProactively pursuing contacts and opportunities to expand research activities – new areas of work, new academic colleagues to work with, etc. Some of the topics CERRE is working on include:Competition and regulation of the platform economy (DMA, DSA, etc.)Data governanceAIConnectivity and infrastructureDigitalisation of energy/mobilityElectricity market designEnergy infrastructure resilienceEtc.Skills and attributes6 months to 3+ years of experience in (EU) project management/public affairs/researchVery organised, detail-oriented, delivers fast against deadlinesAbility to manage multiple projects at the same time, excellent team player, ready to help others, solution-orientedExcellent command of written & spoken English (other languages always a plus)Excellent knowledge of Microsoft suite (project management tools a plus)Ability to communicate clearly with a wide range of stakeholders: academics, industry representatives, European and national institutions and policymakersUnderstanding of EU policymaking (experience in energy, digital or mobility regulation a plus) and eager to expand knowledge and develop policy experience in new areasThe positions are based in Brussels (Avenue Louise/Bois de la Cambre). Candidates should possess the right to work in Belgium/the EU and are ideally able to start as soon as possible. Competitive packages are on offer. *The Centre on Regulation in Europe () is a European think tank specialised in research on regulation across the digital, telecoms, media, energy and mobility sectors. The independence of our work makes us a trusted partner for stakeholders, including policymakers at European and national levels. Our 50+ members include major operators and regulators from across these industries, as well as reputable academic centres.
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