EHS Regulatory Intern for Nordic Jurisdictions

Enhesa
  • Location
    Brussels, Belgium
  • Sector
    Commercial
  • Experience
    Internship
  • Posted
    Mar 26

Position description

Enhesa is the leading provider of regulatory and sustainability intelligence worldwide. As a trusted partner, we empower the global business community with the insight to act today and prepare for tomorrow to create a more sustainable future – positively impacting our environment, our health, our safety, and our future. Navigating the fast-changing compliance and sustainability landscapes, we help them understand not just what they should do (first) but also how to do it. Both in their unique business and anywhere in the world. Now and in the future.

Our mission is to:

  • Identify EHS requirements for industry;
  • Provide EHS compliance tools to companies; and
  • Advise companies in developing and implementing corporate EHS strategies.

Enhesa’s core clients include Fortune 500 multinational companies. For more information, visit www.enhesa.com.

Who are you?

Our international team in Brussels is seeking an intern to assist our team of legal consultants in covering regulatory developments in Nordic countries (particularly in Sweden and Finland).

The main responsibilities of the successful candidate include:

  • Researching EHS law, regulations, and policy in Nordic countries (Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Norway) depending on the candidate's language skills;
  • Monitoring existing and drafting EHS law to alert the industry on future requirements; and
  • Preparing written reports allowing the industry to measure regulatory compliance.

Depending on language skills and experience, the successful candidate will also be required to research EHS requirements in other countries.

What to bring to the table?

  • Law degree obtained in a Nordic country, specialisation in environmental law is an asset;
  • Strong analytical research and writing skills with a demonstrated ability to research and analyse law and policy;
  • Fluency in Swedish or Finnish (Danish and Norwegian will also be considered), as well as English, is essential. Additional language skills are an asset; and
  • Interest in and understanding of EHS law and industrial processes.

If you are ready to join our journey, please apply!

This 6-month full time paid-internship will take place in Brussels with an international team and with flexible homeworking possibilities!

Application instructions

If you are ready to join our journey, please address your cover letter and CV to Mr Aleksandar Todorović and submit your application with the reference number 2024-04-NOR to [email protected].

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