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15.04.2019

Agricultural Policy Officer – 75 % position as of mid-June 2019

We are a young umbrella organisation of European milk producer organisations which advocates for a fair milk price and sustainable milk production throughout Europe, with its positive effects on jobs, rural areas and the environment.

We work with our member organisations from all over Europe and carry out intensive political and public relations work in English, German and French.

We are currently looking for an agricultural policy officer to join our team in Brussels and look forward to receiving your application.

Your tasks will include:

  • Analysis of EU milk market policy

  • Drafting of position papers and opinions

  • Expanding and strengthening of our network of representatives of the European Institutions, civil society organisations and interest groups

  • Representing the EMB in European or international cooperation platforms

  • Editing the EMB newsletter and help maintaining the website / social media channels

  • Press relations / member information

  • Contact with EMB member organisations

  • Organisation of conferences and events

Your skills and experience:

  • Experience in policy analysis and agricultural policy

  • Interest in agricultural matters

  • Structured working methods and a high sense of responsibility

  • Strong communication skills, e.g. to maintain contact with various European countries

  • Attention to detail

  • Ability to work independently

  • Knowledge of Typo3, Mailchimp and image editing as well as editorial knowledge would be a plus

  • Very good knowledge of English and German as well as at least good knowledge of French in spoken and written form.

Our office is located in Brussels, Belgium.

Please send your application by e-mail to office@europeanmilkboard.org by 20 May 2019.

European Milk Board asbl (EMB), Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

 

Please find here the job offer in PDF


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