The EPC is looking for a Junior Policy Analyst to join its Social Europe & Well-being (SEWB) Programme, for a period of 6 to 12 months, starting as soon as possible.
The successful candidate should have a solid academic background, interest in employment and social policies (in particular on the impact on the future of work), a good understanding of EU institutions, policies, and legal framework as well as experience in organising events.
- Providing support to the Social Europe & Well-being Programme with a particular emphasis on the newly launched project on the Future of Work;
- Preparing background research, collecting evidence, data analysis and writing concept notes;
- Participating in the writing of policy papers;
- Organising events (drafting event proposals, invitations and programmes, identifying and contacting speakers, assisting during the events);
- Liaising with external experts and interested stakeholders;
- Attending events and reporting on them;
- Providing support in writing project and funding proposals.
- University degree and post-graduate or equivalent, for example, in social policies, EU studies, EU law, and/or political economy;
- Relevant first work experience in EU social/employment related policies;
- A good understanding of social policies at national and European levels and a strong interest in the impact of the future of work;
- Ability to research, write and present high quality policy analysis;
- Experience in collecting evidence and data;
- Outgoing personality with excellent communication and social skills (oral and written);
- Experience in designing and organising events;
- Ability to engage and network with experts and interested stakeholders;
- Ability to work independently and take initiatives;
- Ability to integrate a multi-disciplinary team and demonstrate a strong team spirit;
- Self-disciplined, dynamic, flexible, reliable and attentive to details;
- Fluent in English.
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