Hydrogen Europe is the leading organization representing European based companies and stakeholders that are committed to moving towards a (circular) carbon neutral economy. With more than 300 companies and 30 national associations as members, we encompass the entire value chain of the European hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem. Our vision is to propel global carbon neutrality by accelerating European hydrogen industry and we are the industrial key partner of the Clean Hydrogen partnership.
The senior analyst will be part of the Intelligence team.
The tasks will include:
- Analyse complex EU legislation and assess their impact on the entire Hydrogen value chain
- Identify business opportunities and threats stemming from current and future EU legislation together with market intelligence colleagues
- Coordinate work on pre-normative research, standards and certification (Guaranties or Origin, H2 vocabulary, LDV, maritime and LH2..) both internally and externally (Clean Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, the European Commission, CEN, CENELEC, ISO)
- Provide in-depth regulatory intelligence data to the policy team in support of EU advocacy activities
- Contribute to intelligence deep dive reports, the clean hydrogen monitor and funded projects
- Communicate accurate and clear regulatory analyses to members and external stakeholders
- Respond to ad-hoc requests from Hydrogen Europe members and colleagues
- Contribute to the management and growth of Hydrogen Europe’s Intelligence services
- Master’s degree in law – preferably EU law
- 5 years minimum work experience a law firm, in-house, standards and certifications body or trade association
- Proven track record in EU policy / regulatory affairs / standards and certification
- Ability to navigate and establish links between technology, economic and regulatory affairs matters
- Capacity to analyse complex legal texts and translate them into business imperatives
- Proven expertise in clean technologies and their applications (energy, mobility, industry, buildings…) and willingness to learn about the hydrogen sector
- Strong project management, organizational and time management skills; ability to manage tight deadlines and multiple issues with multiple stakeholders from all over Europe
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills addressing a range of stakeholders internally and externally
- Proven fluency in English. Knowledge of other European languages an asset
- Curiosity, flexibility, reliability, team-player approach with can-do attitude
- IT literate with proficient use of Microsoft Office
Nice to have
- Degree in economics / business
- Experience in Hydrogen technologies and business
- An existing network amongst relevant sector companies and organisations
- Additional languages
What we offer
- Competitive remuneration package based on experience (legal and extra-legal)
- International and dynamic team,
- Home office during and beyond the Covid-19 restriction period,
- Opportunity to work in the one of fastest growing industrial sectors globally
Start: as soon as possible
How to apply:
- Please email your application in English to firstname.lastname@example.org by including the subject line “Regulatory Intelligence Senior Analyst” with your first name and surname.
- Applications to be considered valid must include: a one-page letter of motivation, proof that you can live and work in the EU, and a CV. Please do not send anything else.
- Visa/work permit requirements: Candidates must currently hold the independent right to live and work in the EU and be prepared to ensure that right remains throughout the scope of the contract.
- Any incomplete applications will be disregarded.
- The deadline for applications is March 3rd 2022. Please be aware that the deadline for submitting applications is the time zone for the country where the vacancy has arisen.
- Interviews will be held in w/c March 14th Interviews will be held remotely if the existing situation determines this to be the right course of action.
- Only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
The personal data we collect during hiring processes is only used for the purposes of carrying out
the selection process and is deleted once the process has ended. For shortlisted candidates, we
routinely ask for their consent to keep their information for 6 months after the end of the selection
process, in case other vacancies that could fit their profile open up.
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