EU Junior Analyst
Gas Infrastructure Europe is recruiting a
EU Junior Analyst
Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is an international organisation representing the interest of the European gas infrastructure (gas storage facilities, LNG terminals and transmission pipelines) towards the European institutions, European regulators and other stakeholders. It has 70 members from 27 European countries. GIE shares EU’s ambition of reaching climate neutrality by 2050.
Based in Brussels, GIE is looking for a highly motivated person to join their office as an EU Junior Analyst. A passion for EU affairs and energy and climate issues, with an excellent level in English are prerequisites. Candidates should demonstrate ability to work autonomously and efficiently in a fast-paced environment, considering the specific nature of the association.
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The EU Junior Analyst will:
- Monitor related EU legislative and non-legislative dossiers mainly focused on gases and gas infrastructure and prepare summaries of the dossiers
- Prepare briefings for external meetings and documents for a variety of purposes / audience (e.g. internal meetings)
- Support the GIE Secretariat in its daily ad-hoc research activities
- Manage Databases
- To enter and update database with prescribed data, reviewing and researching within variety of stored documents against each case to ascertain correct data input requirements
- To classify information
- To enter data accurately
- To verify data by reviewing and amending data as deemed necessary
- To comply with data integrity and data protection policies, ensuring sensitive member information is kept
- Studies / Practical experience linked to EU affairs, energy and environment
- Understanding of the evolving political landscape as well as issues critical to the gas industry and future challenges
- Capable of identifying and understanding critical points in communication paths between the EU institutions and stakeholders
- Strong analytical and business acumen
- Excellent English skills
- Experience in handling legislative and non-legislative files and knowledge of the EU policy-making process
- Great efficiency and excellent time management skills
- Good IT skills and knowledge of MS Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
- Ability to understand and fully comply with documented processes and procedures
- Research skills
- Excellent writing and interpersonal skills
- Attention to detail
- Some experience of working with databases desirable This is an interim position with possibility of a stable contract.
Please submit your resume and cover letter by 30th August 2021 COB and information on expected yearly gross remuneration to email@example.com.