LP Brussels
LP Brussels hiring EU Public Affairs Intern

LP Brussels hiring EU Public Affairs Intern

LP Brussels is looking for a motivated and ambitious intern to support our team in Brussels working on EU climate, energy and transport policy. In particular, he or she will contribute in areas such as research, monitoring and assistance in the organization of meetings and events.

The person we are looking for:

  • Academic background in political science, social sciences, international relations, environmental studies, economics or equivalent.
  • Is passionate about EU politics and policy
  • Has good knowledge of WordPress and Microsoft Office applications
  • Has an excellent level of written and spoken English, other languages a bonus
  • Understands what motivates and influences decision makers
  • Has a direct interest and some experience in the fields of EU climate, energy or transport policy
  • An ability to interpret and condense information into a concise format
  • The candidate should be self-motivated, well organized, and capable of multitasking and working efficiently and autonomously.
  • Capacity to work with people from different social and cultural backgrounds.

Key responsibilities:

  • Support work on client accounts in the following fields in particular – industrial sector, maritime transport, and top-level EU transport.
  • General support on association management
  • Provide logistical support for meetings
  • Support social media engagement and monitoring
  • Monitor and report on legislation and political discussions as they pass through the EU institutions.
  • Help deliver events and organize meeting on behalf of clients
  • Draft briefings/reports to send to industry representatives

Deadline for Application: 24 May 2024

Type of contract: 6-month CIP (Belgian internship, remunerated) – Belgium-based

Expected starting date: as soon as possible

To apply, please submit your application to recruitment@lpbrussels.com with the subject line: “Public affairs Internship_Applicant’s name”. Your application must be submitted by Friday 24 May 2024, 00:00 (CET).

The email must contain a CV, a cover letter, and the answer to the task below in one single PDF document (merged).

In addition to the CV and Cover letter please also provide a short answer to the following question (max. 250 words) - What is one of the main challenges that could result from the EU elections that threatens the future of climate change mitigation?

Because of the high number of applications we receive we are unfortunately unable to reply to all applicants. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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