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Senior Policy Analyst – AI Policy (m/f/d)

Center for Data Innovation Full-Time  Brussels, Brussels, Belgium 4 Jan 2021

Job Description

Center for Data Innovation seeks

Senior Policy Analyst – AI Policy (m/f/d)

The Center for Data Innovation is seeking a senior policy analyst to focus on digital policy in the EU, especially those relating to artificial intelligence. The ideal applicant should be an excellent writer who is able to produce high-quality content quickly and on deadline. The applicant should have a deep understanding of the existing AI policy debates, including topics such as data governance, liability, intellectual property, R&D, technology adoption, and more. In addition, the analyst should have a firm understanding of European policy issues.

This position will be based in Brussels, report to the Center’s director, and be hired on a renewable annual contract.

Please note that due to uncertainties about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, applicants must have their own computer, a broadband Internet connection, and a safe and appropriate place to telework.

Essential responsibilities:

  • Write reports, blog posts, op-eds, and responses to consultations on relevant European digital policy issues;
  • Regularly contribute to the Center’s successful series of interviews “5 Questions with a Data Innovator” to highlight different stories from Europe about how data innovation is changing government and industry;
  • Engage directly with European policy makers, thought leaders, media, and other key influencers about policies to support data-driven innovation;
  • Organize, host, and speak at conferences, panel discussions, debates, and other policy events;
  • Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders among European policy makers, experts, business leaders, and media involved in data policy to increase impact and raise funds.


  • Graduate degree in public policy, economics, political science, law, statistics, information science, computer science, or a related field or equivalent experience;
  • Relevant professional experience with a clear track record of success analyzing public policy issues and educating policymakers about legislative or regulatory solutions;
  • Demonstrated experience and interest in technology policy;
  • Superior communication skills, both oral and written, with a proven record of writing clear, succinct, and persuasive research papers, op-eds, blog posts, and other materials for an audience of policymakers;
  • Excellent research, analytical, and organizational skills;
  • Highly proactive and flexible, with an ability to work on multiple projects in a fast-paced environment;
  • Ability to network and build relationships with outside organizations;
  • Fluency in English and French.

Application process:

To apply for this position, please submit the following to

  • Cover letter stating your specific interest and qualifications for the position (1 page, max). Resumes submitted without a tailored cover letter will not be considered;
  • Resume (2 pages, max); and
  • Writing sample, preferably on a topic related to technology policy (3 pages max).

Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

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