Public Affairs Internship in Digital Policy

 

Job description
The internship is based in our Brussels office. The internship will include policy research in the digital field, organisational support for various clients and support to the team in developing new business opportunities

Essential job functions

  • Assist in the work for key client accounts
  • Follow debates in the main European Institutions
  • Prepare regular news reports and political analysis
  • Assist in the coordination and organisation of events
  • Attend conferences, seminars and hearings
  • Research on various issues, as required
  • Writing summaries or short reports
  • Follow the daily news

Your profile

  • You are interested in being on top of policy issues in fast-moving sectors
  • You have a passion for innovation and digital trends
  • You hold a university level degree
  • You have a sound knowledge of the EU  institutions

Your skills

  • You have strong analytical skills and capacity to analyze and interpret legislation, rules and regulations
  • You have excellent written and verbal skills in English
  • You have excellent communication, interpersonal and social skills
  • You are flexible and can handle multiple tasks independantly

You will join

  • A young, dynamic, international team of Consultants
  • A job in the centre of Brussels easily accessible by public transport
  • A positive and caring environment with a strong team spirit and culture of knowledge exchange

Modalities
There will be an allowance of +/- 800 € per month
The internship will start ideally as soon as possible for a period of 4 to 6 months
The office working languages are English, Dutch and French

How to apply?
In order to be considered for an internship with Political Intelligence, the candidate must send, by 26 May 2019, a very short personalised email (max 100 words, no cover letter), CV (max 2 pages, no Europass CV) and his availability to job@political-intelligence.com with reference to the position ” Public Affairs Internship in Digital Policy”.