The European Snacks Association (ESA) asbl is Europe's only trade organisation dedicated to advancing the savoury snacks industry on behalf of member snack manufacturers and suppliers, as well as national trade organisations.
We are looking for an experienced and motivated Scientific & Regulatory Affairs Manager for our offices in Brussels.
The job holder will acquire, analyse, and disseminate relevant information and the development of agreed ESA positions to members and relevant stakeholders covering technical, scientific, and legislative areas of interest for the industry. This will involve the gathering and analysing of relevant information and the development of agreed ESA positions. The job holder is part of a team that is supporting and collaborating with our member organisations, monitoring all policy, legal and regulatory developments on key priority issues relevant to the sector. Representation of ESA interests wherever appropriate and whenever necessary is also expected.
The candidate must be self-motivated and capable of working on her/his own initiative whilst maintaining and promoting excellent relations with all ESA members. The person will be reporting directly to the Director General.
This role requires a wide range of skills from data and information acquisition and analysis to the dissemination of pertinent messages to different audiences. Adequate communication is of absolute importance, and the candidate must be able to demonstrate a successful track record incorporating the following key elements:
A diversified and motivating full-time position in an international, dynamic, and passionate team within an excellent working atmosphere. A full-time 12-month fixed-term contract that could transform at the end into an indefinite one. An attractive remuneration package, including several benefits such as meal vouchers, group and health insurance, public transport ticket, etc.
The jobholder is supposed to start immediately after contract signature.
Please send your application to ESA’s Director General Sebastian Emig (email@example.com) with “Scientific & Regulatory Affairs Manager” in the subject line.
Your application should include the following documents (with your name as the title):
Application deadline: 4 June 2020 12.00 PM, CET
The first round of interviews will take place in the week of 8 June 2020; it could take place possibly through videoconferencing.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Applications that are incomplete or that are not fulfilling relevant key skills will be disregarded.