THE EOC EU OFFICE IS RECRUITING AN EU POLICY OFFICER!

THE EOC EU OFFICE IS RECRUITING AN EU POLICY OFFICER!

The EU Office of the European Olympic Committees (EOC EU Office) is the representation of the EOC and other major sport organisations to the European institutions in Brussels.

The EOC EU Office is looking to fill the following position as of 1 June 2021:

EU Policy Officer

Main responsibilities

  • The selected candidate will work under the supervision of the Director of the EOC EU Office and will closely cooperate with other staff members.
  • Main tasks include:
  1. Monitoring EU Sport Policy and other relevant policy fields
  2. Writing reports and background documents
  3. Providing advice and services to partner organisations of the EOC EU Office
  4. Advocating the interests of the organised sport movement to EU institutions, including interaction with Members of the European Parliament, Member States representatives, and relevant European Commission Directorates General.
  5. Contributing to EU-funded projects coordinated by the EOC EU Office seminars, workshops, conferences and any other activities of the EOC EU Office

Your profile

  • Professional experience and knowledge
  1. Excellent knowledge of EU legal and policy framework, and in particular EU Sport Policy and funding
  2. Knowledge of organisational structures of European sport
  3. Working experience in member-based organisation would be an asset
  4. Professional and/or volunteer experience from the organised sport sector would be an asset
  • Formal education
  1. Advance University degree in relevant field (e.g. European studies, EU law, international relations, public policy etc.)
  • Functional competencies
  1. Superior presentation and communications skills
  2. Full professional working knowledge of English; good command of any other languages would be an asset
  3. Good ICT skills, in particular Microsoft Office
  • General attitude
  1. High personal and professional culture
  2. Ability to work in a multicultural environment
  3. Ability to work in a team
  4. High level of proactivity

We offer

  • A fixed term full-time (38h/week) contract under Belgian Labour Law
  • Reasonable remuneration
  • An interesting job with a lot of varying activities
  • An international and very pleasant work environment in a small team
  • Attractive premises in the heart of the EU quarter in Brussels

Application process

  • Application package: professional CV and brief motivation letter
  • Deadline: 23 April 2021
  • Contact: Send the full application package to hardman@euoffice.eurolympic.org

For any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!

EOC EU Office
Director: Folker Hellmund
71, Avenue de Cortenbergh
B-1000 Brussels
Tel: +32-2-738 03 24

Recent Posts

SHARE 2.0 Kick Off meeting

The Kick-Off meeting of the SHARE 2.0 initiative took place on 20 February 2024, organised by the European Commission. SHARE 2.0 is the follow-up of the SHARE initiative, launched in 2018 to bring local and regional sport stakeholders closer to EU funding opportunities. Four Communities of Practice have been officially launched: a general one on […]

Read More
OCEAN: 1 month to go before the next meeting in Lausanne!

On 18 March the OCEAN Project’s consortium will gather in Lausanne for the 1st Project Meeting and Module 3 of the Training Course. The aim will be to assess the progress made and acknowledge the first successes, one year after the launch of the project. The 18 NOCs will then be provided with feedback on […]

Read More
Adoption of the first EU regulations on the prevention of gender-based violence

On 15 February, European Parliament Committees FEMM (Women’s Rights and Gender Equality) and LIBE (Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs) approved the interinstitutional agreement found on 6 February on the Directive on Combating violence against women and domestic violence. This Directive represents the inaugural instance of the implementation of EU-wide regulations regarding the criminalization of […]

Read More

Related Posts

February 26, 2024
SHARE 2.0 Kick Off meeting

The Kick-Off meeting of the SHARE 2.0 initiative took place on 20 February 2024, organised by the European Commission. SHARE 2.0 is the follow-up of the SHARE initiative, launched in 2018 to bring local and regional sport stakeholders closer to EU funding opportunities. Four Communities of Practice have been officially launched: a general one on […]

February 26, 2024
OCEAN: 1 month to go before the next meeting in Lausanne!

On 18 March the OCEAN Project’s consortium will gather in Lausanne for the 1st Project Meeting and Module 3 of the Training Course. The aim will be to assess the progress made and acknowledge the first successes, one year after the launch of the project. The 18 NOCs will then be provided with feedback on […]

February 19, 2024
Adoption of the first EU regulations on the prevention of gender-based violence

On 15 February, European Parliament Committees FEMM (Women’s Rights and Gender Equality) and LIBE (Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs) approved the interinstitutional agreement found on 6 February on the Directive on Combating violence against women and domestic violence. This Directive represents the inaugural instance of the implementation of EU-wide regulations regarding the criminalization of […]

About us

The EOC EU Office is the House of European Sport, representing the European Olympic Committees (EOC), the IOC and other major sport organisations to the European institutions in Brussels.
CONTACT
crossmenu linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram