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Grayling Brussels hiring Consultant for Public Affairs department

31st July 2017

Grayling Brussels is looking to contract a Consultant to its EU Public Affairs department to provide support to the EU Public Affairs team. You will be involved in client work, new business development, and marketing.  

Skills & Experience

  • Approximately 2 years’ experience;
  • Excellent English.  Other languages a significant advantage;
  • Background and/or studies in EU-studies and/or European politics;
  • Excellent writing, research and presentation skills;
  • Able to take initiative and demonstrate pro-activeness;
  • Enthusiastic team player and quick-learner;
  • Relevant experience acquired through previous internships or traineeships an advantage; and
  • A good understanding of European policies and the workings of the EU institutions.


Personal Qualities

  • Committed to Grayling’s work and clients;
  • Strong organisation skills;
  • At ease when working in a multi-national team;
  • An enthusiastic team player and quick-learner; and
  • A “work hard to play hard!” attitude.


Please email your CV and cover letter in English to the attention of and, mentioning CONSULTANT and YOUR NAME in the subject line by 7 August. We would ideally like you to start in September.  We look forward to receiving your application.

Robert Francis

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