Thursday, 21 May 2015

Paid Internship with CECE and CEMA - Communications Assistant CEMA aisbl - European Agricultural Machinery

Paid Internship with CECE and CEMA - Communications Assistant
About CECE and CEMA
CECE ( is the Committee for European Construction Equipment, representing the interests of the construction equipment manufacturers towards the EU institutions. CEMA ( is the European agricultural machinery industry association, promoting the industry interests in Brussels. For their public affairs and events management activities, both associations are offering a full-time paid internship for a 4 months period, starting in June 2015.
Main tasks
The successful candidate will assist the public affairs and communications teams working on the organisation of the CECE-CEMA Summit, scheduled to take place in Brussels on 23 & 24 September 2015. The main tasks are as follows
Drafting articles and notes for speakers and keep contacts with the events agency
Supporting the team in communication activities related to the Summit (
Supporting the team in the organisation of practical activities around the Summit (including logistics and administration)
Reporting on EP committees, conferences and events that are of interest to both trade associations
Experience and qualifications
University graduate, preferably in one of the following fields: marketing, communication, political science
A previous experience in event's management assistance and/or in European Public Affairs is a plus
Strong written and oral communication skills both in French and English
Knowledge of other EU language ( e.g German, Spanish and Italian) is an asset
Knowledge of the EU decision making process
Experience in event organisation/support
Autonomous, pro-active and well-organised
Capacity to work in a team
Dynamic, motivated and hard-working
Any additional skills (PR, social media skills, Competitive Intelligence, etc.) is a plus
Candidates should email their CV and motivational letter by May, 29th to Interviews will be held in Brussels.

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