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For our offices in Brussels, we are looking for an experienced and motivated Regulatory Affairs Manager (Full time, M/F)


Responsibilities


Supporting Expert Working Groups and coordinating related activities, including tasks such as:

  • Adding value to members in monitoring, analysing and reporting relevant and often complex regulatory issues;
  • Being actively involved in the Circular Economy development and position for adhesive and sealants, including Ecodesign regulations;
  • The coordination of industry-wide projects such as European standardisation (CEN) and supporting the roll-out of industry tools and communication initiatives to raise the profile of FEICA company members.
  • Gathering and summarising feedback from FEICA members regarding the consequences of relevant legislative proposals;
  • Assisting or leading in drafting briefing papers, website content and/or positions on relevant issues;
  • Liaise with officials in the EU institutions;
  • Work with other involved stakeholders where relevant;
  • Occasional travel overnight.

Experience and Qualifications

  • At least 3 years of working experience within EU regulatory affairs and advocacy related to Chemicals (related in particular to Health and Environment would be an asset) and/or in an industrial or trade association context;
  • University degree, preferably in a science or law;
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English is a must, additional language skills are an asset;
  • Knowledge of the adhesives and sealants industry and/or relevant legislation would be a benefit.

Personal skills

  • Ability to work in a small (7 person) and international team;
  • Ability to manage complex issues and prioritise workload against potentially conflicting interests from the rather diverse membership and summarise their implications for the industry in laymen’s language;
  • Strong networking skills and the ability to work in an international environment.

Our Offer

  • You will be working in a small but motivated and multicultural team;
  • You will be dealing with a dynamic industry spread all over Europe;
  • Flexible working hours and partial working from home could be considered;
  • Competitive salary package, including meal tickets, group insurance and health insurance.

Interested? 


This recruitment process is managed by EARS - the European Affairs Recruitment Specialists

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your application to both Jason Descamps (jason.descamps@theears.eu) and Julien Schiettecatte (julien.schiettecatte@theears.eu).