STÁŽ: 9-mesačná stáž v oblasti európskych záležitostí

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POSITION: FuelsEurope 9 months internship in EU Affairs 
START: December 2015-January 2016
FuelsEurope is looking for a 9 month intern for its advocacy division.
Purpose of the Role and specific responsibilities 
1.  Analyse EU policy and legislation on energy and climate issues (e.g. ETS, Fuel Quality Directive, 2030 energy and climate policy, Refining competitiveness…)
  •  compile data/statistics
  •  prepare presentation charts or briefing notes
  •  participate in internal working group meetings and discussions
2. Provide analytical and material preparation support to FuelsEurope staff in their advocacy role by
  • analysing official reports and documents from the EU institutions
  • preparing synthesis and advocacy plans
  • attending meetings with EU officials & EP public hearings
 3. Extend and check accuracy of the actual database of relevant information for use in FuelsEurope presentation and publications. 
FuelsEurope: Background Information 
FuelsEurope represents with the EU institutions the interest of 42 Companies operating refineries in the EU. Members account for almost 100% of EU petroleum refining capacity and more than 75% of EU motor fuel retail sales.
FuelsEurope aims to promote economically and environmentally sustainable refining, supply and use of petroleum products in the EU, by providing input and expert advice to the EU Institutions, Member State Governments and the wider community, thus contributing in a constructive and pro-active way to the development and implementation of EU policies and regulations. 
Professional Profile: 
Education & Experience
  • Graduate higher education (Master in Economics/Politics, …)
  • Previous experience within EU institutions or organisations working in close relationship with EU institutions 
  • Strong interest in EU institutions /policy making 
Skills & Competencies
  • Good working knowledge of English: oral and written
  • Demonstrated strong analytical skills  in data collection & interpretation
  • Computer literate 
  • Self starter and autonomous in his/her work
  • Well organised
  • Flexible and team oriented
  • Permit to work in the EU 
Organisational Fit:   Reports to the Policy Director
The internship is remunerated. 
For application, please send your CV and motivation letter to: mentioning “FuelsEurope internship in EU Affairs” in the subject of your e-mail.
FuelsEurope – Bd du Souverain, 165 – 1160 Brussels – Belgium –