In this role, you will be responsible for advising clients, analysing and reporting on policy and legislative developments. You will work on the development and implementation of advocacy programmes for clients active in these sectors. In addition, you will organise and participate in a range of meetings, events, communication campaigns. You will also actively participate in new business and marketing activities.



  •  Identifies, monitors and provides thorough analysis of EU initiatives in tech policy and their impact for clients;
  •  Identifies and flags new issues, threats and opportunities;
  •  Advises on and develops public policy strategies;
  •  Implements government relations and meeting programmes;
  •  Drafts position papers as well as other public affairs materials and tools;
  •  Delivers presentations to clients;
  •  Organises and attends events, conferences;
  •  Has good understanding of communications (digital, media, creative) and how this relates to public policy campaigns;
  •  Coordinates campaigns with communications and media teams;
  •  Participates in marketing and business development.

Qualifications and experience

  • University level education;
  •  Very good understanding of the EU tech policy (platforms, data, privacy, AI, etc.) policy areas;
  •  5 to 7 years of experience with excellent knowledge of EU policy-making;
  •  Very good analytical skills;
  •  Excellent drafting skills in English, ability to tailor narratives to different audiences;
  •  Good understanding of communications (digital, media, creative) and their importance for public policy campaigns;
  •  Strong organisational and project management skills;
  •  Able to work independently and in teams;
  • Experience in managing and coaching junior staff;
  • Excellent inter-personal and communication skills