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.
Our 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.)
Connectivity and infrastructure
Digitalisation of energy / mobility
Electricity market design
Energy infrastructure resilience
Skills and attributes
6 months to 3+ years of experience in (EU) project management / public affairs / research
Very organised, detail-oriented, delivers fast against deadlines
Ability to manage multiple projects at the same time, excellent team player, ready to help others, solution-oriented
Excellent 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 policymakers
Understanding of EU policymaking (experience in energy, digital or mobility regulation a plus) and eager to expand knowledge and develop policy experience in new areas
The 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.