Job opportunity: FISHERIES POLICY OFFICER 

We are looking for a professional in EU fisheries policies to monitor the fisheries’ policy at the European level as soon as possible!

The Fisheries policy officer will work on the following tasks:

  • Attend the PECH and ENVI Committee in the European Parliament and  produce a monthly reports;
  • Monitor Brussels’ events concerning fisheries and draft reports
  • Monitor the EU institutions’ activities concerning fisheries;
  • Attend expert groups of the European Commission on marine issues;
  • Attend Advisory Councils to the DG MARE on behalf of the EBCD.

The Fisheries policy officer should possess the following skills:

  • Knowledge of EU fisheries’ policy
  • Competence in EU law, Knowledge of the European institutions and of the international marine processes.
  • Proficiency in English is required with additional EU languages considered an asset;
  • Excellent organisational ability;
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills;
  • Good networking skills
  • Positive attitude

Applications including CV and motivation letter should be sent to: mathilde.voisin@ebcd.org before the 20th of February

Internship opportunities:

LOOKING FOR AN EXPERIENCE IN EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY? 

Assisting the Secretariat of the European Parliament Intergroup “Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development”:

EBCD provides the Secretariat to one of the largest and most influential Intergroups within the European Parliament (EP). The Intergroup represents a forum of discussion for Members of the European Parliament (MEP) to learn, debate and create policies geared towards sustainable development. More information can be found here.

The intern will assist the team in the following tasks:

  • Attend Parliamentary Committees in the EP and other relevant meetings in Brussels, producing concise reports;
  • Monitor the EU institutions’ activities;
  • Provide the necessary documentation for Intergroup meetings (agendas, name plates, documents, posters);
  • Assist with the logistics of meetings in the European Parliament;
  • Draft reports of meetings.

The intern should possess the following skills:

  • Proficiency in English is required with additional EU languages considered an asset;
  • Excellent organisational ability and flexibility to manage competing tasks and policy areas;
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills;
  • Positive attitude and willingness to learn.

Being at the heart of the European Institutions will offer the intern an invaluable experience and network!

Internships last 3 month, interns are recruited throughout the year.

Applications including CV and motivation letter should be sent to: ebcd.info@ebcd.org