Responsibility for preparatory work on “The Importance of US Companies in Belgium: Their Community Impact” publication which will be released in November 2015. Involvement in the development of policy work in the areas of Healthcare and the Digital Economy. A number of other diverse tasks may be assigned depending on the intern’s abilities.
The Chamber is looking for a person with a background in business/economics, public policy, international relations or related field. Requirements include excellent writing, research, data manipulation and analytical skills; strong telephone etiquette; English as mother tongue; knowledge of either French and/or Dutch (ideally both); a high degree of accuracy with a good eye for detail; a strong sense of responsibility; the ability to work independently and in a team plus a good knowledge of MS Office applications (other IT skills are considered a bonus).
AmCham Belgium is a dynamic non-profit organization dedicated to improving business and investment opportunities for the US-Belgian business community. With approximately 900 US groups in Belgium, AmCham Belgium plays a pivotal role in an evolving business environment by focusing on three key areas: policy shaping, knowledge-sharing and networking.