We are pleased to announce the newest student internship position at Brunswick Group in Brussels.
Brunswick is an international corporate communications and public affairs consultancy that helps businesses and other organisations address critical communications challenges. In Brussels, Brunswick focuses on EU public and regulatory affairs, media relations and corporate reputation building.
They are offering a paid internship position for a period of six months, starting September 1, 2022.
The ideal candidate will join their international and multilingual team in Brussels, where she/he will work as a junior team member alongside their experienced consultants. She/he will assist client teams and assignments covering EU policy areas like financial services, energy and environment, food and consumer industries, healthcare and life sciences, and technology and media. The internship will give the successful candidate direct experience of the role of a consultant and insight into how public affairs and corporate communications strategies are formulated and implemented. The role will typically involve research into policy issues or the media landscape, following political debates on relevant issues and drafting information and advice notes for clients.
We are looking for candidates with a strong academic background, knowledge of EU decision-making, and excellent analytical and communication skills. You enjoy being part of a team that provides excellent client service and will be excited by the idea of learning fast and taking on responsibility quickly. We require fluency in English, both written and oral, any other European languages are an asset.
We are looking for students that will graduate this year or individuals that have already graduated who are looking for a professional experience as part of the CIP programme (Convention d’Immersion Professionelle).
Should their application be successful, any non-EU candidates must take into consideration the following:
- Job seekers from non-EU countries, Switzerland, USA may also work as an intern on a work permit.
- Foreign students with US nationality, or a national outside the EU with a single work permit for study in another country, may be allowed a CIP.
- A residential address in Belgium is not mandatory but the presence of the intern during the duration of the internship is compulsory.
The CIP programme is approved by the Brussels Training institute within 10 days. The candidate can only start the internship after having received the approval letter from Brussels Training.
If working remotely becomes recommended or mandatory during the internship according to government guidelines in the context of COVID-19 pandemic, Brunswick will provide the necessary equipment and assistance to ensure a smooth running of the internship. Brunswick pays its interns a reasonable monthly allowance to help cover living and other costs.
If you’re interested in this internship opportunity, please submit your CV and cover letter by 27 May 2022 to:
Please note that, we only accept applications attaching the CV and cover letter (CL) as follows: First name Last name_CV; First Name Last name_CL. CVs in Europass format are not accepted.
For any questions, please send an email to email@example.com.