🗓️@MARCOGAZ, together with @Ener_Community and @GIEBrussels, are pleased to organise the 7th 2022 Monthly #Methane #Monday webinar next week, on 28th November from 14:30-15:30, this time on #MIST- support to #gas system operators to combat #methane #emissions.🏭

Interested in a regional analysis of the status of #decarbonisation in Central & South Eastern #Europe? Here you go👇

🧐https://www.gie.eu/press/decarbonisation-in-central-south-eastern-europe/

"Gas industry can & is willing to contribute to the development of the best and most effective #methaneemissions regulation, applicable not only in the #EU but worldwide."
@AchovskiBoyana

Gas infrastructure is taking action for #decarbonisation, see 👉 http://bit.ly/3tUDnl2

The new report of @GIEBrussels fills the information gap about the #decarbonisation efforts of EU member states in CEE, providing up-to-date information about the status of the #energy markets and the #energytransition in the region.
https://ceenergynews.com/climate/new-gie-report-shows-how-central-south-eastern-europe-moves-ahead-with-decarbonisation/

The #EnergyTransition through the lens of Central & South-Eastern Europe?

Access up-to-date #decarbonisation #data from 14 🇪🇺 MS: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, CZ, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia.

🧐http://bit.ly/3EfXf73

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EU Junior Policy Advisor

Gas Infrastructure Europe is recruiting a

EU Junior Policy Advisor

Are you passionate about EU affairs? Are you looking for a young and dynamic international team to work with? Well, that offer might be for you.

Who we are?

Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is the European association of gas infrastructure operators. It is playing a crucial role in supporting the EU towards the realization of social and climate goals. GIE has around 70 members in 27 countries who work and innovate with LNG, transmission and storage facilities. GIE members transport and store large volumes of renewable and low-carbon molecules, including hydrogen, biogases and natural gas. GIE’s role is to raise awareness of the innovations developed by its members: how they can help to decarbonise the EU economy, support the development of the renewables while strengthening the security of supply. It gets in conversation with multiple stakeholders including high-level representatives from the European Commission, Parliament, Council, regulators, academia, NGOs, and other EU associations.  

Your skills:

  • Fluency in English both written and spoken (prerequisite), additional language is a plus
  • Candidates should demonstrate the ability to work autonomously and efficiently in a fast-paced environment
  • Team spirit
  • Positive thinking and solution-oriented
  • Ability to cope with tight deadlines
  • Writing skills
  • Excellent state of the art MS Office 365 skills (Outlook, Word, Excel)
  • Excellent interpersonal skills in person, by e-mail and by phone

Your missions:

  • Monitor related EU legislative and non-legislative dossiers mainly focused on gases and gas infrastructure and prepare summaries of the dossiers
  • Monitor relevant media and social media to spot communication opportunities
  • Prepare briefings for external meetings and documents for a variety of purposes/ audiences (e.g. internal meetings)
  • Support the GIE Secretariat in its daily ad-hoc research activities
  • Manage Databases
    • To enter and update the database with prescribed data, reviewing and researching within a 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

Required background:

  • 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
  • Databases management
  • This interim position aims for a stable contract

Deadline:

We look forward to receiving your CV and cover letter. Please send them to gie@gie.eu.

Please note that candidacies are accepted until 09th May 2022 COB.