Biodiversity Policy Analyst Post Available in Brussels
The Institute of European Environmental Policy (IEEP) is recruiting for a permanent, full-time Biodiversity Policy Analyst, to be based in the Institute’s office in Brussels. The post-holder will work as part of a small team to inform the development of biodiversity policy and related matters by the European Commission, including the development of an ecosystem approach to policy-making.
Key tasks will include:
– Drafting reports led by yourself or others, which typically will focus on policy issues, at a European or national level;- Undertaking literature reviews, the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, interviews, workshops and case studies;
-Assisting with, and in some cases leading the preparation of tenders and funding proposals;
-Playing a role in project development, management and administration;
-Providing regular briefing notes on developments in EU biodiversity policy and their implications;
-Working with colleagues to develop robust policy positions on behalf of the Institute;
-Promoting policy messages to wider audiences, beyond immediate client groups or sponsors, inter alia through contributing to the Institute’s communication, outreach and training activities. This will involve presentations to conferences and workshops;
For more about the role and for details of how to apply (closing date Monday 5th March) see the IEEP website.
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