Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Traineeship in EU Public Affairs MSLGROUP

MSLGROUP is Publicis Groupe’s strategic communications and engagement group, advisors in all aspects of communication strategy: from consumer PR to financial communications, from public affairs to reputatio n management and from crisis communications to experiential marketing and events. With more than 3,500 people across close to 100 offices worldwide, MSLGROUP is also the largest PR network in fast-growing China and India. The group offers strategic planning and counsel, insight-guided thinking and big, compelling ideas – followed by thorough execution.
The Brussels office has a track record of successful strategic advice cases across the whole spectrum of European Union public affairs and corporate communications.
We are now looking for a trainee to support the team for an initial 6 month period, starting in May 2015. The position is remunerated.
The trainee will support the MSLGROUP team's daily activities on a broad range of projects in European affairs. He/she will conduct desk-field research and analysis related to EU regulatory and policy developments in a variety of business-related issues. Furthermore, the trainee should have strong strategic awareness and good written and oral communication skills.
Therefore, we are looking at people with:
Internship or work experience from at least one EU institution and a good understanding of the EU decision making process
Excellent written and spoken English, good knowledge of French or other language
Analytical and creative skills
Inspiring confidence and trust
Commercial – a sense for business
Flexible and service-minded
Knowledge of the financial service sector is an advantage
Motivation to work in a multi-cultural environment
Industry specific experience from pharma, ICT, transport or energy is an advantage
Please send your application to
We will start interviewing continuously and hope to receive your application as soon as possible, butno later than 10 May 2015.
For more information on MSLGROUP, visit

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