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Internship positions – Public Affairs department - Brussels office

31st July 2017

The global Public Affairs and Communications Consultancy, Grayling, is looking to appoint in its Brussels office up to two paid interns to start in September 2017.

The candidate must:

  • Be enrolled in a University degree (Master level) in relevant subjects (e.g. EU Affairs, Media Relations, International Relations, Communications, etc.) and therefore under a ‘convention de stage’.
  • Have a good understanding of EU institutional system and EU policies.
  • Have basic understanding and interest in PR/PA and demonstrate willingness to learn.
  • Enthusiastic team player and quick-learner.
  • Able to take initiative and demonstrate pro-activeness.

Ideally, we are looking for:

  • An English native speaker and
  • Spanish or German speakers

We offer a dynamic environment where the intern will have the opportunity to work directly with senior teams as well as be exposed to all facets of a public affairs firm.

He/she will be closely supervised and guided by a Manager and will receive on the ground training.

Should you be interested in this position, please send your CV and a cover letter in English to and We will be interviewing candidates during August, so please be quick!

Robert Francis

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