politjobs job alert EU 2017-24 – Election gambles
In the midst of national elections, Brussels celebrations of the dinosaur of political successes promised to citizens go by with little notice: roaming is abolished as of 15 June (well, almost…).
Indeed, more importantly, politics in Europe stays exciting: two big elections with very different outcomes will have a big impact not only on domestic politics, but on the future of the EU. Whilst Theresa May utterly miscalculated her chance to gain a strong mandate for her BREXIT negotiations, Emmanuel Macron can now count on a strong majority in the legislative elections and is hyped enormously – and all French hopes are on him. He faces the challenge of aligning his movement of young and diverse followers to succeed in the challenges of day-to-day politics. Theresa May, on the other hand, has ended up in the worst possible position: losing the absolute majority of her party means that Brexit negotiations will become even harder – no clear line on the side of the UK. What these two elections demonstrate overall: even though the voter turnout in France was rather catastrophic, democracy still works, and we should positively react to the fact that politicians now have to deliver on the challenges put to them by the citizens. If you want to be on the EU’s side during these exciting and certainly difficult times to come, find the latest jobs and as usual more on politjobs.eu!
Irina Michalowitz – firstname.lastname@example.org
Deine Aufgaben: Du vertrittst die Interessen unserer Mitgliedsunternehmen in Brüssel und fungierst als Schnittstelle zu unserer Berliner Hauptgeschäftsstelle; Du verantwortest unsere europapolitischen Aktivitäten im Bereich europäische Digitalpolitik, insbesondere Urheberrecht, Medienpolitik, Telekommunikationspolitik, Datenschutz und Verbraucherrecht; Du knüpfst und pflegst Kontakte zu Entscheidungsträgern auf EU-Ebene; Du vertrittst unsere Positionen gegenüber den europäischen Institutionen und unserem europäischen Spitzenverband Digital Europe; Du informierst unsere Mitglieder über die aktuellen europapolitischen Entwicklungen und unterstützt unsere Pressearbeit (…)
INL is seeking a qualified Innovation Project Manager with solid experience for preparing bid applications for European Commission (EC) funding programmes for RTD projects. The successful candidate should have sound knowledge of European funding sources and will engage with partner organisations and funding bodies to maximise external funding opportunities. The Innovation Project Manager’s key activities include building networks, fostering communication and initiating collaborations between INL and international level R&D communities. Also, the promotion and support the participation of INL in privately and publicly funded projects (national and European RDI programmes) (…)
INL is seeking a Project Assistant for EU Funded Projects with solid experience in European Commission (EC) funding programmes for RTD projects. The successful candidate should have sound knowledge of European funding sources and will engage with partner organisations and funding bodies to maximise external funding opportunities. As a Project Assistant focused on EC funded initiatives, the candidate will work with INL’s researchers to provide support on the preparation, submission and management of grant applications (…)
Job description: Monitor and report on EU and national developments on Healthcare and Public Health policies as well as on relevant institutional activities and industry trends; Research and become familiar with new stakeholders and potential alliances for J&J and develop strategic recommendations on engagement programs with them; Manage GA&P EMEA’s stakeholder and alliance database (CRM system); Provide team and senior business partners with background research on key topics and for use in speaking engagements; Support outreach activities, organization of advocacy strategies and projects with relevant external stakeholders, demonstrating strong project management skills (…)
Reporting directly to the Director of Public Affairs, the appointed person’s main duties will include, as required: Preparation of briefing material / updates; Preparation of position papers, including supporting research, and material for presentations; Stakeholder analysis and reporting, including database management; Attending policy events on behalf of Ryanair; Provision of administrative and organisational support for Ryanair Brussels office and Dublin HQ; Engagement with work programme of aviation industry group A4E; Organisation of policy events, e.g., in European Parliament (…)