Our client is a leading UK trade association within the transport industry and their dossiers range from trade policy, sustainable supply chains to net-zero and many more. They provide valuable resources, market intelligence, and support services to its members, fostering collaboration and helping companies navigate industry challenges.
They are looking for an autonomous European Government Affairs Manager for their Brussels office, to grow the organisation's presence by strengthening their network in Brussels with European institutions and other stakeholders. The role is primarily EU facing with a mixture of public affairs and regulatory monitoring and advocacy, with a focus on European affairs delivery and support within the Policy Team in London. This is key position where you would also act as a link between the Brussels and London offices, with the support of a global team of experts and engineers.
The organisation provides a contemporary and globally connected workplace with international teams, creating an inspiring and vibrant atmosphere characterised by professionalism and an open corporate culture. They prioritise diversity and inclusion, promoting a creative and dynamic environment that values safety and well-being. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be part of a company with a forward-looking culture and a supportive atmosphere.
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Location: London, hybrid – 4 days a week in the office Reference: