Your primary tasks will be to:
Monitor EU processes and stakeholders regarding selected dossiers and disseminate your knowledge to L’Oréal businesses and network;
Attend and participate in conferences or events on key dossiers and report back;
Support the organization of events /meetings with EU stakeholders;
Support the drafting of positions based on prior research and dialogue with key stakeholders.
You hold a master’s degree from university or business school, preferably in an area related to law, public policy or economics;
You are fluent in French and English both orally and in writing. Working level of another EU language is an asset;
As a person, you are outgoing with a dynamic personality and you possess the ability to work independently as well as in teams. You have a strong analytical mind set and excellent communication as well as interpersonal skills;
You have previous experience with EU affairs (i.e. Internship in the European Parliament, Commission, Industry, Embassy or Public Affairs Agency), and you have a good understanding of EU decision-making process. You also have knowledge of the wider EU political environment.
Type of Contract : VIE - 1 year