Public Affairs and Communications Professional Environment & Chemicals policy, Brussels

Job Locations BE-Brussels
Position Function
Public Affairs
Job Classification
Full Time


FleishmanHillard’s Brussels office has an immediate opening for an energetic public affairs professional in the field of Environment & Chemicals with a minimum of 3 - 5 years relevant working experience in European policy issues.   


FleishmanHillard in Brussels is Europe’s leading EU public affairs and communications consultancy. We have an excellent track record of advising global corporations, trade associations and governments as they navigate regulatory, political and policy issues of substantial commercial and societal significance.  Our approach hinges on close partnership, offering deep expertise and applying insight as well as creativity to our clients’ issues.  


The European Green Deal is one of the most dynamic, exciting, and important policy pillars of the EU today. FH’s Environment & Chemicals team works with clients from across the economy, from large chemical companies to financial institutions and tier one tech companies. We help them understand how the climate emergency will drive changes to their organisations, and how they can help deliver net-zero. We further develop and deliver innovative, pan-European advocacy and communication campaigns, with a firm commitment to strengthening and speeding up the climate transition.



We are looking for a public affairs and communications professional with 3 - 5 years of relevant expertise in the Environment & Chemicals sector, to join our expanding team. The Consultant will direct a number of public affairs and communications campaigns, and work in close partnership with clients as a trusted advisor. As a member of our practice, the Consultant will actively participate to wider management activity including business development and pitching, as well as people management.


Candidates will have 3 - 5 years of working experience relating to EU level Environment & Chemicals policy or a linked area. This experience should ideally be acquired working with the EU institutions, in-house or through a consultancy firm.               


The successful candidate will have:

  • An excellent understanding of the EU institutions and political dynamics
  • Strong business acumen and appreciation of the commercial impact of policy decisions
  • A good understanding of / network within the Environment & Chemicals industry
  • Excellent capability as an advisor, including first class communication and writing skills
  • An entrepreneurial approach to client servicing and business development
  • Ability to solve problems and exercise excellent judgment with the ability to think 'outside of the box.'
  • Understanding of agency financials and experience budgeting projects.
  • Manage and direct a number of public affairs and communications programs
  • Formulate successful, influential public affairs campaign and stakeholder communications strategies
  • Dynamic team player and able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to offer high-level advice on the spot


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