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European Round Table Economist / Policy Director
Dober Partners, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
European Round Table for Industry (ERT) 03 About ERT 05 What You’ll Do 07 Recruitment Process The European Round Table for Industry (ERT) has a long history of promoting competitiveness and prosperity in Europe. Members include CEOs and Chairs from around 60 of Europe’s largest companies in the industrial and technological sector. ERT is committed to creating a strong, open and competitive Europe with sustainable growth, jobs and prosperity for all. ERT publishes reports and papers, aimed at the general public, decision makers in European and global institutions and national governments. They are the basis for discussion and action. ERT advocates policies that underpin the values of freedom, tolerance, equality and openness. A b ou t E R T 03 Dober Partners Economist/Policy Director I European Round Table for Industry (ERT) Companies led by ERT members represent: – 5 million direct jobs globally – €2,000 billion combined annual revenues – €60 billion investment in R&D each year How ERT Works – ERT Members meet twice a year in Plenary Session, the principal ERT decision-making body, where key issues are identified and discussed. – Working Groups are chaired by ERT Members and composed by Associates and company experts. They work on key issues, develop recommendations and report back to the Plenary Session. – ERT has 7 Working Groups: 1. Competitiveness & Innovation Working Group 2. Jobs, Skills & Impact Working Group 5. Trade & Market Access Working Group 6. Competition Policy Working Group 7. Finance & Tax Working Group All Focus Areas A b ou t E R T 04 Dober Partners Economist/Policy Director I European Round Table for Industry (ERT) Strengthening Europe’s Place in the World The European Union has benefited its citizens economically and socially, regardless of the current challenges. Competitiveness & Innovation European companies and their employees are under increasing pressure from international competition. Jobs, Skills & Impact Europe’s greatest asset is its people and their diversity. We focus on bridging the skills gap and building an inclusive company culture. Digital Transformation The digital transformation of industry is a critical factor for Europe’s competitiveness, growth and jobs. The EU has taken a global lead in climate action - climate neutrality and global competitiveness must be mutually reinforcing. Trade & Market Access Free trade is one of the founding principles of the EU, and we need to take a stand to protect and preserve it. Competition Policy Unfair trading practices as well as the increasing dominance of global companies originating in the East and West are Finance & Tax Europe must become a more business and making investments. W ha t Y ou ’ll D o The Policy Director reports directly to Frank Heemskerk, ERT Secretary General. She/he would be responsible for one of the 7 focus areas, most likely Competition Policy, or Competitiveness & Innovation. She/he would become responsible for internal ERT Membership data and analysis, as well as flagship Membership publications: – The ERT Confidence Survey (together with The Conference Board) (The Conference Board Measure of CEO – The ERT Benchmarking report – The ERT Voluntary Targets Report on Women in Leadership Positions – Other key data-driven ERT publications 05 Dober Partners Economist/Policy Director I European Round Table for Industry (ERT) Policy Director key responsibilities: – Prepare Working Group/projects meetings’ content and documentation – Play a Key Role in ERT’s activities – Research & prepare position papers, briefings, speeches, Press Releases, Publications and Web Content – Preparation of High-Level Meetings with the Commission, Member State governments – Represent ERT externally – Contact with other European Associations, European Parliament & Commission Profile: – University Degree in Economics OR Business-related subject OR EU Affairs – Minimum 7 years experience in a European Multinational OR Trade Association – Knowledge and experience of the EU Institutions & processes – Other European Languages are an asset – Excellent writing ability and communication skills – Able to represent ERT and be involved in advocacy – Able to build constructive contacts across stakeholder communities – Highly organised – working to tight deadlines What ERT offers: – An attractive and competitive salary package, including company car/mobility budget, and group insurance – A flexible working arrangement allowing a healthy work-life balance, with possibility for teleworking R ec ru itm en t P ro ce ss Dober Partners has been retained to draw up a shortlist of prospective candidates against the criteria set out in this document, and using their discretion and expertise to recruit a new Policy Director, together with ERT’s Secretary General and leadership team. For further information please contact: M: 32 488 945 579 nataliadoberpartners.com Mark Dober M: 32 477 950 466 06
The Investment Association, European Affairs Manager
Dober Partners, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
The Investment Association (IA) champions the UK-based investment management industry, supporting savers and investors through the productive allocation of capital and ensuring that business and projects have the finance they need to contribute to the modern economy. Their mission is to make investment better. Better for clients, so they achieve their financial goals. Better for companies, so they get the capital they need to grow. And better for the economy, so As a trade association, IA’s purpose is to ensure their members are in the best possible position to: – Build people’s resilience to financial adversity – Help people achieve their financial aspirations – Enable people to maintain a decent standard of living as they grow older – Contribute to economic growth through the efficient allocation of capital. The money their members manage is in a variety of investment vehicles including authorised investment funds, pension funds and stocks and shares ISAs. Their 250 members manage £8.5 trillion of assets, accounting for 37% of the European total, and operate from more than 640 offices across Europe. More than 113,000 people are employed, either directly or indirectly, in the industry in the UK and the UK is the second largest investment management centre in the world, after the US.A b ou t T he In ve st m en t A ss oc ia tio n 03 Dober Partners European Affairs Manager I The Investment Association A b ou he C or p or a te A ff a ir s te a m 04 Dober Partners European Affairs Manager I The Investment Association The IA’s Corporate Affairs team, led by the Corporate Affairs Director, is a high performing, sociable and dynamic team. IA has a strong mix of domestic and international backgrounds and speak 8 languages between us. The team encompasses a Communications Team (which includes internal and external communications), a UK Government Affairs team, and a European Affairs team. The team’s role is to shine a light on the expertise within the organisation which IA turns into materials to use for advocacy or communications with members and stakeholder audiences (primarily the media and policymakers) as well as helping to achieve the IA’s strategic priorities. The team also advises policy leads within the IA about major legislative and regulatory developments. The team has a key role in safeguarding and enhancing the reputation of the IA and provides a critical role internally and externally in leading and steering messaging on significant projects. IA has regular exposure to the CEO and interact regularly with all IA policy teams who are actively involved in helping us shape and deliver the IA’s objectives. The team ethos is one of service - service to one another (IA staff all muck in to help each other out); service to their IA colleagues (IA staff help provide briefing materials for anything from media interviews, to meetings with senior stakeholders, to advising on messaging in policy documents) and most importantly, service to their members (everything IA do must be of value to members). W ha t Y ou ’ll D o As the European Affairs Manager, you will be responsible for identifying and analysing regulatory and legislative developments within the European Commission, Parliament, and Supervisory bodies, and advising IA staff and members on opportunities for engagement with European policymakers. Primarily, this role is focused on interactions with European institutions to advance the IA’s International and European Engagement Strategy, but you will also be responsible for the IA’s relationship within international standard setters such as IOSCO and the FSB. In this role, there are significant opportunities to represent the IA with other trade associations both within Europe and beyond such as with the Investment Companies Institute (US) and the International Investment Funds Association. You will also be responsible for developing the IA’s programme of events with international policymakers in conjunction with their Trade and Investment team. The role is based in either Brussels or London, but will require regular travel between the IA’s offices. The main duties for this role include: – Shaping the industry’s narrative and messaging for use with key stakeholders that takes into account the international financial services agenda and leading the development of new advocacy materials that communicate the value of their industry for policymakers in a compelling way. – Identifying and analysing emerging legislative initiatives in Europe and key international financial centers and helping to develop advocacy plans to ensure the industry’s reputation and members’ licence to operate is protected post-Brexit in the IA’s target markets. – Producing regular insights on political developments in Europe and key international financial centres for IA members that may impact the industry, with a particular focus on future-trends and upcoming activity. – Leading on the delivery of specific action points from the IA’s International and European Engagement Strategy, with a particular focus on European institutions, as well as how the IA can shape the global policy agenda within IOSCO and the FSB. – Credibly representing the IA with other trade bodies, think-tanks, and industryleaders, both within the EU and beyond, ensuring the IA’s policy teams have access to relevant decision-makers and are informed of developments in a timely way. – Briefing senior IA staff ahead of meetings with representatives from the European Parliament, European Commission, and Member States, and supporting the delivery of the IA’s programme of engagement within multilateral settings such as IOSCO/FSB and with the IIFA. – Working with the IA’s Membership and Events team to deliver an events programme, including an Annual Reception, policymaker roundtables, CEO dinners, and other briefings. 05 Dober Partners European Affairs Manager I The Investment Association W ha t Y ou ’ll D o 06 Dober Partners European Affairs Manager I The Investment Association Skills and experience: Qualifications: – Degree-level or equivalent, preferably in a field related to financial services or European politics. – Fluent or native speaker in at least one official language of the European Union, preferably French, German, or Italian, as well as fluent in English to a high written standard. – Good working knowledge of IT systems, preferably Microsoft and Salesforce or other CRM systems. – A demonstrated ability to build, and maintain, a professional network of contacts alongside a clear appreciation of current affairs, global politics, and the macroeconomic environment. – Experience in delivering regular updates on important developments, including analysis of proposals to help the reader understand the impact of the initiative on them. – A proven track-record of working in a ‘cross-organisational’ way or with colleagues across different disciplines towards one combined objective. Desired Experience:: – Minimum 3 to 5 years in a professional work environment, preferably within a European institution (such as for an MEP), trade association, or in an organization with a close connection to financial services. – Delivery of events, roundtables, or webinars on a specific project. Personal attributes: The IA is looking for someone to help their members navigate and understand the complexities of the post-Brexit landscape, and to ensure that their policy teams are best placed to deliver on their projects. The IA wants someone who likes to take the initiative and try new ideas, but who is also not afraid to ask questions to ensure timely delivery of all their tasks. The successful candidate will have: – Excellent communication skills – is articulate and concise with a good command of written and spoken English, as well as one other official language of the EU. – Sound political judgement – can navigate complex issues and understand how a wider political environment might shape certain policy responses. – A proactive and determined attitude – demonstrates a clear ‘can-do’ approach to their work and believes in the importance of ensuring that the team succeeds and well as themselves. – A demonstrated attention to detail – is capable of reviewing their work to ensure it is to a high standard, is free of errors, and is delivered on time. – A service mentality – understands the importance of managing different stakeholders whilst ensuring that the end result is in the best interests of all parties. The IA welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of their ethnicity, race, gender, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, age, marital status or whether or not they have a disability. R ec ru itm en t P ro ce ss Dober Partners has been retained to draw up a shortlist of prospective candidates against the criteria set out in this document, and using their discretion and expertise to recruit a new European Affairs Manager, together with IA’s leadership team. If you wish to apply for this position, please send your CV and motivation letter to the
Director, Product Management (DAM & Content Ops)
Sitecore, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Director, Product Management (DAM & Content Ops) The Sitecore product team is looking for a seasoned product leader who has in-depth knowledge and experience delivering B2B SaaS products and is dynamic, creative, and has great interpersonal skills to help differentiate and grow our business. Sitecore is a market leader in Digital Experience solutions, and this role will be critical in its future success in a dynamic , competitive, fast moving software category . Sitecore delivers a digital experience platform that empowers the world’s smartest brands to build lifelong relationships with their customers. A highly decorated industry leader, Sitecore is the only company bringing together content, commerce, and data into one connected platform that delivers more than 500,000 digital experiences every day. Leading companies including American Express, ASOS, Carnival Cruise Lines, Kimberly-Clark, L’Oréal and Volvo Cars rely on Sitecore to provide more engaging, personalized experiences for their customers. Learn more at Sitecore.com In this role, you will be able to work directly with these brands and others to assist their efforts in making human connections in a digital world . Sitecore has recently secured backing for a large-scale growth plan fueled by $1.2 billion in investment. This massive investment is t he largest-ever capital investment in the martech space . In the past three months, Sitecore has completed acquisitions of Moosend , Boxever and Four51 to expand our industry-leading digital marketing offerings, while also accelerating our delivery of the first truly integration, SaaS-based digital experience platform . These acquisitions underscore our commitment to invest in a product roadmap that delivers faster innovation. For customers, this means expanded offerings, less upfront investment, automatic upgrades, and dramatically quicker time to value. Your expertise will be applied to helping deliver best in class Digital Asset Management and Content Operations SaaS solutions , c reating content that conveys our vision and strategy, understanding market needs and trends, and collaborating with sales, marketing, services, engineering and operations. In this role, you will also leverage your product management skills to help drive the Sitecore product roadmap and strategy . The Director of Product Management , Content Hub will report to the VP , Product Management Content and manage a team of product managers and product owners . Major Duties and Responsibilities Developing a long-term vision and product strategy for the evolution of Sitecore’s DAM and Content Strategy and Operations properties based on current and anticipated trends with a primary focus on its SaaS evolution Guiding a team of Product Managers to define a roadmap that execute on product strategy Communicating to and receiving feedback from C-level and EVP stakeholders Influencing the broader Product Management & Engineering teams in understanding overall Cloud product strategy Empathizing with risk-sensitive customers concerned about issues such as online threats, data safeguards, information security regulations, security incident handling, etc. Knowing the impact that a new offering will have on a Cloud Operations team, product support, infrastructure cost, SLAs, upgradability, etc. Researching and understanding the strengths and weakness of Sitecore’s competitors Working collaboratively with product marketing teams to develop go-to-market plans Delivering demos, presentations, and workshops for key stakeholders, customers, and partners Qualifications, Skills, Abilities and Knowledge Understanding the current landscape of Public Cloud, PaaS, SaaS, DevOps, and Cloud Native Development and using that knowledge to design new managed hosting offerings that enhance the delivery of Sitecore implementations Ensuring your team of Product Managers are designing and implementing their roadmaps in line with company strategy Setting priorities with your Product Managers, to cover all security, performance, scalability, upgrade, deployment, and compliance requirements. Managing cross functional collaboration with all teams involved in go-to-market ( e.g. sales, marketing, training, documentation, cloud ops , etc.) and making sure that dependencies are tracked, and release materials are prepared Respond to RFPs and Analyst questionnaires Participate in customer calls when needed, respond to requests from Sales Engineers and Technical Services when required Ensure our product offering complies with relevant legislation and standards associated with our global markets. Work with internal stakeholders across the company to explain our value proposition Work closely with customers and partners to continually improve the product offering. Ideally, you will have: Managed a team of Product Managers through all stages of a product lifecycle Recent hands-on experience running or developing a SaaS or PaaS based offering targeted at enterprise customers Worked on a consumption-based pricing platform and understand how to d esign appropriate pricing models Built out a BI platform to support data driven decision making Experience in pricing & packaging, go-to-market plans, partner & sales enablement, drafting of 3rd party service agreements, etc. Understanding of privacy by design principles, ISO security standards, etc Familiarity with software development processes (Agile, SAFe , Scrum) You have been redirected to a Sitecore job page
Senior Associate Director / Director
APCO Worldwide Inc., Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Our established and growing Tech Policy Practice in Brussels has an opportunity for a Senior Associate Director or Director to join our dedicated team. We are looking for a high-performing and initiative-taking team member who will be responsible for managing large client projects, coordinating cross-border activities, delivering client-ready materials, reviewing the work product of junior team members and actively engaging in the generation of new business. The candidate is expected to demonstrate an understanding of consultancy business practices and processes, a genuine interest in and expert knowledge of EU tech policy , as well as strong tactical and strategic abilities. The candidate would need to have a minimum of 8-10 years of relevant experience in consultancy, in-house, European institutions, or within trade associations. By joining our team, you will be working with colleagues who are open, collaborative, diverse and curious. The ideal candidate will: Demonstrate strong expertise in EU policy issues, Brussels developments, and macro business factors impacting clients . Experience working on policy issues impacting the technology sector and the broader data economy (all policy areas under the Commission’s “Europe fit for the digital age” strategy, but AI, the Data Act, and the Digital Services Act in particular) a strong plus. Key Responsibilities: Initiate and nurture client relationships, manage large client teams, take ownership of client projects by supervising project teams and delegate projects and tasks effectively Serve as principal client contact; know when to leverage senior level relationships within APCO to further build the relationship within the client’s organization Confidently lead internal and client meetings, offer knowledgeable observations and suggestions, establish credibility by insights shared, encourage and motivate others to communicate ideas Develop and implement the strategy which supports the client’s objectives, including everything from developing public affairs plans to properly scoping and pricing work, as well as managing work activities and resources within agreed upon budgets Lead teams around business development opportunities and manage proposal process ensuring accurate scoping/budgeting of opportunities Demonstrate a good understanding of effective project management Take ownership and actively engage in team member development demonstrating thoughtful planning to increase individual skill sets by setting smart objectives What we offer you: This full-time position comes with a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with the candidate’s skills and experience. Being a part of a dynamic organisation means you never stop learning: the successful candidate will have an abundance of opportunities to progress in their career, add value to clients and contribute to the firm. Collaboration is key to our success as a global, integrated firm: aside from working on various accounts, he/she will become part of a nationally diverse team in our Brussels office, with over 50 multilingual consultants with policy expertise in several areas, e.g. technology, transport, healthcare, financial services, energy and environment etc. By operating in a collaborative environment, employees are encouraged to work across practice groups, offices, and regions and develop a multi-faceted understanding of policy/regulation, politics, issues and trends About APCO Worldwide: APCO Worldwide is a strategic advisory, advocacy and communications consultancy helping leading public and private sector organisations act with agility, and build organisational reputations, brands, relationships and solutions to succeed. APCO is an independent and majority women-owned business. Most importantly, we are a trusted partner to our clients. We help them anticipate, plan, execute and achieve impact through our curiosity, insights and diverse expertise. Our clients benefit from APCO leaders who have the pulse of the dynamically changing global environment that defines the marketplace; the first-hand experience of having faced significant issues or opportunities; the ability to harness the power of data, insights and technology; and the passion to deliver unparalleled results. Our expertise and integrated approach enable us to provide a full range of services, across industry sectors and global markets, allowing us to offer effective counsel and programs for boards of directors and CEOs. We meet the evolving needs of executives and their teams in communications, public affairs, government relations, legal, risk, organisational transformation, international relations, corporate responsibility and brand marketing. We measure success in the transformations we help to catalyse, our clients’ impact on society and their continued profitable growth. You have been redirected to a APCO Worldwide job page
Director, EU Government Affairs (Remote)
Lever, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Veeva is a mission-driven organization that aspires to help our customers in Life Sciences and Regulated industries bring their products to market, faster. We are shaped by our values: Do the Right Thing, Customer Success, Employee Success, and Speed. Our teams develop transformative cloud software, services, consulting, and data to make our customers more efficient and effective in everything they do. Veeva is a work anywhere company. You can work at home, at a customer site, or in an office on any given day. As a Public Benefit Corporation , you will also work for a company focused on making a positive impact on its customers, employees, and communities. The Role We’re looking for an inspired, talented, and motivated Government Affairs professional to launch and head our EU policy team and drive a modernized health system. This will include shaping proposed policies and regulations, and the ability to evaluate the impact of policies on Veeva, our products, and customers. In this role, you’ll combine your creativity and skills to advocate for Veeva and to engage with internal teams to understand our product vision and strategy. What You'll Do Build out Veeva’s EU policy team responsible for advancing Veeva’s corporate mission Shape Veeva’s public policy strategy in the EU, including working with internal teams to plan and develop a government strategy to support our mission Identify and address external policy threats and risks Develop and plan strategies and public messaging to address proposed regulations and to advance Veeva’s mission Advise senior leaders on proposed regulatory changes that impact Veeva’s global business Work with and develop a network of connections in the EU government, industry, and third parties to help shape and influence the legal and regulatory environment Become a leader and expert in health technology policy and how to set the policy framework for the future This position is a remote position, but we are looking for someone based in the EU Requirements 10 years of experience working with and/or in the EU government Demonstrated management experience heading EU policy or in a senior role for technology or health-related company or third party Experience advancing both technology and healthcare policy issues Strong network of connections within the EU government and EU member state governments think tanks, public interest groups, and technology or health industry, groups Superb writing and communications skills Ability to set and drive long-term strategy while effectively responding to current challenges Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience Nice to Have Health regulatory experience Law degree Familiarity with cloud software technologies Experience working on policies related to clinical trials and health modernization Veeva’s headquarters is located in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices in more than 15 countries around the world. Veeva is committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and growing a diverse workforce. Diversity makes us stronger. It comes in many forms. Gender, race, ethnicity, religion, politics, sexual orientation, age, disability and life experience shape us all into unique individuals. We value people for the individuals they are and the contributions they can bring to our teams.
Key Account Manager - Laundry & Home Care (m/f/x)
Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Key Account Manager - Laundry & Home Care (m/f/x) HENKEL IS FOR THOSE WHO STEP UP. DO YOU? At Henkel, you can make a difference and craft your career. That’s why you own your projects and take full responsibility from an early stage. Our unique brands in markets around the world open up countless opportunities to follow your convictions and explore new paths. If you have an entrepreneurial mindset that allows you to always think out of the box - take the chance and shape the digital future together with us. YOUR ROLE Reporting to the Sales Director, you’ll be responsible for the management of Top3 Key Account within the Belgian trade including analysis, presentation of products and trade term negotiation Independently handle your customer: manage, direct and control the sales revenue by developing and maintaining sales strategies, objectives, policies and procedures in order to drive the account revenue. Contribute and agree to the customers objective setting and the preparation of the annual account plan by providing Trade Marketing and Management with information and professional advice Contribute to Sales and Operation Plans by diligent sales forecasts. The incumbent is responsible for the production of accurate, timely input with respect to his/her client portfolio Manage customer P&L and control operating expense budgets (trade investment) to achieve objectives and manage a cost-effective operation Achieve sales and distribution targets within customer group Manage and implement the customer strategy (promotion, distribution, price and communication) First leadership opportunity, by steering Junior Key Account Manager(s) and taking care of their development and growth YOUR SKILLS Master degree (Economics, Business administration or Marketing related) Excellent knowledge of Dutch/French and good knowledge of English, written and oral Analytical, creative, persistent, result driven person with excellent communication skills, able to build relationships at all levels and across functions in an ambiguous environment 3-5years experience within FMCG is required Understanding of the Belgian retail landscape If you have an application already, you can create or log in to your account here to check the status of your application. In case of new account creation, please use your email address that you applied with. Application Deadline: As long as the vacancy is listed on our Career Site, we are happy to receive your application
System Engineering Manager
Altran, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
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European Network of Living Labs, Association Director
Dober Partners, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
(ENoLL) is the international federation of benchmarked Living Labs in Europe and worldwide. Founded in November 2006 under the auspices of the Finnish Presidency of the European Union, the network has grown in ‘waves’ up to this day. The European approach to Living Labs was created in the Unit “Collaborative working environments” of the DG INFSO (now DG CONNECT) in close collaboration with an industrial advisory group on Open Innovation (Open Innovation Strategy and Policy group – OISPG) which was founded by Bror Salmelin. The original concept was updated to open innovation environments attracting inwards investment, both intellectual and financial one. ENoLL counts today over 150 active Living Labs members worldwide (440 historically recognised over 14 years) and it is present in five continents in addition to Europe. Directly, as well as through its active members, ENoLL provides co-creation, user engagement, test and experimentation facilities targeting innovation in many different domains such as energy, media, mobility, healthcare, agrifood, etc. As such, ENoLL is well placed to act as a platform for best practice exchange, learning and support, and Living Lab international project development. A b ou t E N oL L 03 Dober Partners Association Director I European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) Living Labs explained Living Labs (LLs) are user-centred, open innovation ecosystems based on a systematic user co-creation approach, integrating research and innovation processes in real life communities and settings. LLs are both practice-driven organisations that facilitate and foster open, collaborative innovation, as well as reallife environments or arenas where both open innovation and user innovation processes can be studied and subject to experiments and where new solutions are developed. LLs operate as intermediaries among citizens, research organisations, companies, cities and regions for joint value co-creation, rapid prototyping or validation to scale up innovation and businesses. LLs have common elements but multiple different implementations. ENoLL’s structure The association is managed by an executive Board (the Council) comprising of at least three and maximum twentyone members who are appointed with a simple majority by the General Assembly. The General Assembly meets every year, under the chairmanship of the Chairman of the Executive Board. Fernando Vilariño was elected by the Executive Board as the Chairman in August 2018. ENoLL’s Secretariat is based in Brussels and has six full time employees. The Secretariat implements decisions passed by the General Assembly and runs the day-to-day operations of the network. ENoLL’s Association Director leads the association’s activities and team. The successful candidate will have solid leadership skills and a good understanding of open innovation and proven experience in managing complex stakeholder networks. ENoLL’s Association Director will manage a multi-cultural team and global network in the delivery of EU and international programmes and projects. With a strong focus on excellence, the Association Director will help inform and guide the strategic direction of the organisation as well as be responsible for the day to day operations of the secretariat. W ha t Y ou ’ll D o 04 Dober Partners Association Director I European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) Tasks: – Co-ordinating the association’s operations and the implementation of the network’s strategy defined by ENoLL Secretariat and the Board of Directors. – Maintaining and developing the heritage of the Living Labs movement in Europe and beyond. – Hosting the association’s Executive Board and General Assembly meetings. – Ensuring compliance with Belgian Law and Regulations. – Developing and being responsible for the yearly internal management plan, ensuring the ENoLL office’s alignment with the ENoLL vision, mission (long-term goals) and executive actions (short-term goals). – Ensuring that the Financial and Operational performance of the association is in line with budget and periodic revisions based on the Treasurer’s indications. – Providing performance-based metrics for business development, membership relations and budget. – Leading a team of 6 staff based in Brussels and potential further staff engaged on teleworking basis. – Engaging in advocacy towards the European Institutions and global stakeholders; liaising with policy makers as well as industry and academic stakeholders. – Developing and implementing a high-profile communication strategy, building on ENoLL’s existing social media, newsletter and direct participation in the innovation community. – Contributing to the development of EU projects pipelines and submissions in collaboration with ENoLL’s Secretariat members and the wider network. Skills & experience: – 10 years’ of relevant professional experience. – Minimum of 5 years’ of people management and leadership experience. – Masters level education is preferable, other studies in association management, user centric and co-creation design methodology experience is an advantage. – Experience of the working of the EU Institutions and funding mechanisms - in particular the research and innovation programmes, the relevant actors and decision-making processes. – Knowledge of the open innovation and living lab ecosystems in Europe and overseas. – Excellent public speaking and influencing skills. – Strategic mindset with a track-record of successful advocacy. – Excellent interpersonal skills and experience in leading complex decision-making processes. – Solid understanding of the relevant media, including social media. – Excellent written and spoken communication in English; other European languages are an asset. – Experience in association management and leadership is an advantage. – Willingness to travel. W ha t Y ou ’ll D o 05 Dober Partners Association Director I European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) R ec ru itm en t P ro ce ss Dober Partners has been retained to draw up a shortlist of prospective candidates against the criteria set out
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Europe, Director General
Dober Partners, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
CLIA is the world’s largest cruise industry trade association, providing a unified voice and is the leading authority of the global cruise community. On behalf of its members, affiliates and partners, the organization supports policies and practices that foster a secure, healthy, and sustainable cruise ship environment, promoting positive travel experiences for the more than 30 million passengers who have cruised annually. The CLIA community includes the world’s most prestigious ocean, river, and specialty cruise lines; a highly trained and certified travel agent community; and a widespread network of stakeholders, including ports & destinations, ship development, suppliers, and business services. CLIA represents 95% of the world’s ocean-going cruise capacity, as well as 54,000 travel agents, and 15,000 of the largest travel agencies in the world. The organization’s global headquarters are in Washington, DC, with regional offices located in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australasia. For more information, please visit cruising.org or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube with our handle CLIAGlobal—or on LinkedIn. The association works to foster its members’ success through advocacy, educational, and promotional efforts that support the common interests of the global cruise community, as well as collaboration with ports and destinations in environmental and destination stewardship, and investment in research and development that help guide the industry in best practices to protect and preserve the waters on which we sail and the destinations we visit. The organization’s global headquarters are in Washington, DC, with regional offices located in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. A b ou t C LI A 03 Dober Partners Director General I CLIA Europe A b ou t C LI A 04 Dober Partners Director General I CLIA Europe The Director General for Europe will have a unique opportunity to lead the region at a critical juncture back to resumption. The industry faces many external challenges, including increasing pressure around health and safety, environmental sustainability and growing pressure related to sustainable tourism. This role will be responsible for leading actions to support the industry’s commitment to responsible tourism practices, including, most notably, environmental sustainability and destination stewardship. Reporting to the President and CEO headquartered in Washington, DC, the Director General is based in Brussels, Belgium, and works in collaboration with CLIA’s global leadership team, as well as their respective cross-functional team members in Europe, to implement the organization’s strategic plan, including delivery of key initiatives and reporting of progress. The Director General must bring strong leadership and guidance to the operating team—recognizing that CLIA Europe will be evaluated on its accomplishments as a team effort, both regionally and in the global context. The successful candidate will have the executive presence and gravitas to be viewed as a peer by industry leaders and will possess the ability to be a credible and well-regarded spokesperson for complex issues or causes. Given the diverse nature of the CLIA’s membership, success on behalf of the cruise industry will require the Director General to be a superb communicator with the ability to develop outstanding relationships with CLIA’s members, including volunteer leaders, allied partners, as well as with the global leadership team. The ideal candidate will be respected for a combination of business expertise and a keen sense of how to strategically and effectively foster consensus among those with differing points of view. It will be essential for the Director General to demonstrate an ability to capture the attention of a wide variety of constituents and to effectively convey CLIA’s issues, importance, and positions. This will include demonstrating a thorough understanding of the business needs of CLIA’s numerous stakeholders and ensuring CLIA’s programs are viewed as “value-add” to this diverse group. CLIA Europe places a strong emphasis on internal matters, in providing high quality service to its members, through the delivery of information, analysis of issues, and studies and research that each single member may not be able to accomplish otherwise. For this reason, the Director General should assure the long-term viability of the association by increasing the involvement of the members. In addition, the Director General must have the service-orientation necessary for senior leaders in a member-driven organization. The Director General will also need to demonstrate the sense of urgency necessary to quickly engage in conversations impacting the future of the cruising sector. In addition, s/he must demonstrate a keen understanding of the intersection between cruising, tourism, business and public policy, and how to translate one to the other, as well as possess a broad perspective and appreciation of the complex national and international competitive environment facing CLIA’s members. S/he must possess self-confidence but also be humble. The successful candidate needs to be gracious in manner and comfortable in any situation or with any audience. Ultimately, CLIA is looking for a servant-leader that has the intellect, flexibility, adaptability, and compassion necessary to work in a highly matrixed international organization, with a focus on driving success for both the regional and global interests of the industry. Strong leadership and collaboration are essential as the global organization deploys a first-of-its-kind, proactive strategy focused on port cities and key destinations, especially in Europe, through a measured strategic communications effort. Lastly and perhaps most important, the successful candidate will be a person of the highest integrity and character. This position has approximately 5 direct reports among a staff of approximately 20 and may hire and manage agencies and consultants to support the development and delivery of communications strategies and tactics. W ha t Y ou ’ll D o Major Responsibilities: – Responsible for the overall management and leadership of the association’s activities in Europe as head of the region on behalf of the association. – Oversee and manage CLIA’s resources in Europe, both personnel and fiscal, in an efficient and competent manner—fostering a results-driven culture of accountability, quality and innovation while ensuring operational excellence. – Take the lead in proactively identifying issues that could impact the industry before they become problems and/or spotting potential opportunities and then, in partnership and collaboration with the global team and related committees, addresses these issues/opportunities. – Participate in both the Board of Directors and Executive Committee meetings and ensure that these bodies perform as lively and dynamic forums to address the main issues facing the industry. – Work with the CLIA Global organization to identify, and support business development activities including the Executive Partner program at the Global and national levels, active engagement and participation at key cruise and shipping industry conferences and the ongoing development of travel agent distribution activities at the National level. – Provide critical input in the association’s annual strategic plan and develop and implement the supporting strategic plan for Europe, including delivery of key initiatives. – Track progress and provide regular updates on progress toward achievement of established targets and goals. – Support the President and CEO and the European Executive Committee in making strategic decisions about the deployment of strategies and resources. – Responsible for the overall strategic direction of existing National cruise associations and the development of new National Associations or representative organizations (i.e., Cruise Councils at the direction of the European Board of Directors and the CLIA Global President and CEO). The CLIA Europe Director General will work to ensure coordination with the Directors of existing National Associations and their leadership councils budgets, ensure consistent messaging and media planning and provide overall support and engagement as needed. – Update and gain input from the European regional advisory committee (comprised of key executives from the major member cruise lines in Europe) on issues, opportunities, and results related to the organization’s activities in Europe. 05 Dober Partners Director General I CLIA Europe W ha t Y ou ’ll D o – Maintain and enhance existing member relationships, and work to establish consensus among members, who are often fierce market competitors, on issues important to the industry. – Maintain a continual awareness of and contact with public officials who may have an impact on the cruise industry in partnership with his/her team, as well as member company executives. – Act as CLIA’s primary point of contact for European regulatory authorities— with the European Commission, Parliament, Council and other bodies as appropriate, and testifying before public bodies in conjunction with and/or coordinating with the global head of government relations. – Facilitate CLIA representatives’ meeting with decision makers such as Commissioners, high ranking EU-officials and influential MEPs. – Ensure the development of policies and programs intended to advocate on behalf of the industry in a variety of different settings, including the EU parliament and other elected officials at the local, regional, and national level, as well as with global regulatory bodies like the International Maritime Organization in conjunction with and/or coordinating with the global head of maritime policy. – Participate in media roundtables and interviews, and act as a spokesperson for the association and the industry to a wide body of key constituents, as well as maintain contacts with journalists and specialized media in conjunction with and/ or coordinating with the global head of strategic communications. – Represent CLIA at conferences and events, providing formal presentations and participating in critical networking. – Other duties as assigned. 06 Dober Partners Director General I CLIA Europe W ha t Y ou ’ll D o Candidate Profile and Qualifications: – Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and be extraordinarily comfortable and effective in public speaking, in front of the media, testifying before public bodies, and all other aspects of public communication. Accordingly, s/he must be conversant in the range of issues facing the industry as many are garnering increased attention in Europe, including stewardship, and workforce development. – Strong political acumen in the context of public policy and advocacy paired with an understanding of the media—particularly in the face of external forces that impact the cruising industry. – An effective and collaborative leader of teams and have a strong internal and external customer service orientation. – Demonstrated stature and presence necessary for his/her significant external roles. – Hands-on and accountable leader willing to “roll up their sleeves” and be an active contributor to the organization’s success. – Highly energetic, collaborative, strategic, servant-leader with strong business and interpersonal acumen. – Outstanding judgment and critical thinker. – Demonstrated organizational abilities, skilled at leading a team to execute and deliver results in a dynamic and fast-paced – A strong understanding of the policy environment in the United Kingdom and Europe. – Strategic thought leader with outstanding interpersonal skills, and a style that is collegial, approachable, direct and diplomatic. – Positive champion of change and progress improvement. – Skilled at building bridges and developing relationships in a variety of settings with diverse constituencies, globally and locally, with a track record of successfully leading and building consensus in complex – Outstanding leadership skills that will enable her/him to oversee the management of a complex region as part of a global organization. – Ability to work well in a team environment and be able to inspire and motivate geographically dispersed staff and volunteer leaders. Experience: The successful candidate may come from a variety of backgrounds, including business leadership roles; elected or appointed management; or public policy and advocacy expertise. If the successful candidate does not have demonstrated experience living and working in other geographies, it is critical that s/he demonstrates the cultural sensitivity to work seamlessly with a broad and diverse set of global stakeholders. Additionally, the successful candidate will have: – Experience successfully managing an international budget and people. – Experience working in a global company or organization or highly matrixed organization. – Experience directing external agencies and contractors. – Ability to interact with and direct high-level executives. Education and Certifications – Advanced degree in international business, international relations, public policy, or related field – 15 years in tourism and/or maritime policy – 15 years in public affairs, government relations – Fluent English speaker with functional abilities in another European language 07 Dober Partners Director General I CLIA Europe R ec ru itm en t P ro ce ss If you wish to apply for this position, please send your CV and motivation letter to the Dober Partners – CLIA search team below. Mark Dober M: 32 477 950 466 M: 32 488 945 579 nataliadoberpartners.com 08
Head of Policy (remote option)
Global Jobs, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Helping people, animals and the planet by leading a team to deliver supportive public policy for plant-based and cultivated meat in Europe. Industrial animal agriculture is at the root of many of the most pressing global issues of our time, from climate change and global hunger, to antibiotic resistance and poor animal welfare. The Good Food Institute Europe (GFI Europe) is at the forefront of the movement to use food technology to replace the products of industrial animal agriculture with plant-based and cultivated alternatives. Please check out our U.S. affiliate’s website (gfi.org ) and read the 2020 Year in Review (gfi.org/2020 ) to find out more about who we are and what we do. We are at an exciting stage in our growth, and are looking for a Head of Policy to lead and build our growing policy team in Europe. For more information about this role and the team you will be leading, please read the Head of Policy job brochure here: http://shorturl.at/ilrAP . How You Will Make a Difference Your role will have high responsibility and high impact. You will significantly influence how quickly Europe and the world moves to a more ethical and sustainable food system. You will be responsible for leading, coordinating and growing a team to drive policy impact on alternative proteins at EU and national levels across Europe. You will provide strategic oversight and manage a team that works directly with policymakers, non-profits, and other stakeholders. Specific work-streams that the policy team are working on include, amongst other things, delivering a fair, evidence-based regulatory path-to-market for plant-based and cultivated proteins, driving significantly more public investment into Research and Development for plant-based and cultivated meat, and ensuring that the labelling of plant-based food products is not unfairly restricted. Our team recently played a key role in defeating the "veggie burger ban" labelling proposals in the EU Parliament. In addition to providing strong leadership and management, you will also be a senior external spokesperson for GFI. Depending on where you are based, you may also take up responsibility for some direct advocacy in your country, if appropriate. For example, if we hire a candidate who is based in the UK, you may take direct responsibility for some of our UK government engagement work. If we hire a candidate who is based in Brussels, you may directly support the team on some EU-facing lobbying. In this role, you will: ● Lead and support our growing and high-performing policy team in Europe. ● Provide strategic direction, oversight and coordination of GFI Europe’s policy work. ● Help plan and organise our policy work by overseeing objectives, key results, and action plans, and ensure that we deliver on those plans. ● Manage and support our policy team, including performance assessment, professional development and other aspects of line-management. ● Oversee policy team budgeting, growth planning and, in collaboration with our Operations team and the Managing Director, recruitment of new policy team members. ● Personally contribute to lobbying efforts in some areas, where needed. ● Oversee and assist the policy team in developing and coordinating lobbying strategies to deliver positive policy change to support plant-based and cultivated protein, based on thorough research and mapping of decision-makers. ● Oversee external contracts relating to GFI Europe’s policy work, including with service providers such as political consultancies, and grant-funded partnerships. ● Act as a senior spokesperson and representative for GFI in meetings with stakeholders (including donors), in the media, and at public events, as needed. ● Build and maintain relationships with senior politicians and officials in relevant public institutions such as the European Parliament, the European Commission, the Council of the EU, and national level decision making bodies. ● Build alliances and work cooperatively with other organisations, companies and stakeholders, and engage respectfully with people who are still to be persuaded. You will cultivate relationships with non-profit organisations, industry, and other stakeholders, including those focused on the environment, global hunger, public health, animal welfare, and food safety. ● Together with Communications colleagues, work with the media and use social media to help deliver our objectives. ● Perform other tasks as required. Qualifications You must have: ● A passion for GFI’s philosophy and mission. ● A demonstrated ability to drive policy change. ● Significant experience working on policy at the EU, national (within Europe - whether in an EU member state or a non-EU country) or multilateral level, for example in a government, public institution, political party, NGO, think tank, industry association, consulting firm, multilateral, or other relevant institution. ● Demonstrated experience as a supportive, collaborative, empowering line manager. ● An excellent ability to think and work strategically to set a compelling and optimised strategic direction for GFI’s policy work in Europe, including vision-setting, prioritising between competing workstreams and opportunities for impact, etc. ● Excellent people-skills - the ability to influence, network, build alliances and work well in a team. ● Enthusiasm, a strong work ethic and self-motivation; a sense of ownership and responsibility to drive outcomes. A positive, can-do attitude. ● Fluent English, both written and spoken. It would be an advantage to have some or all of the following attributes, but none of them are prerequisites, and we welcome applications from candidates without any or all of them: ● Experience leading and managing a team, potentially including leadership and management qualifications. ● Experience leading/managing teams working remotely across multiple geographies. ● Experience in one or more of the following policy areas: research and innovation, food and agriculture, legal and/or regulatory affairs, climate and environment policy, public health. ● Experience working on policy at the EU level. ● Comfort with, and a history of, interacting with and influencing senior officials and politicians. ● A strong network of high-level contacts in relevant institutions. ● A demonstrated ability to build alliances with NGOs and industry actors. ● Fluency in European languages other than English. We want the best people and we don’t want biases holding us back. We strongly encourage people of every colour, orientation, age, gender, origin, and ability to apply. Because we value a diverse workplace, we prioritize an inclusive climate absent of discrimination and harassment during the application process and after you join the team. The Fine Print: ● Terms of employment: Full-time, permanent ● Reports to: Managing Director of GFI Europe ● Location: Flexible. This is a remote role - you will be working from home, or wherever you choose. We will consider candidates based anywhere in Europe. (If the successful applicant for this role is based in Brussels, they would be able to join the Brussels-based members of the policy team in their office, as needed). Once the COVID situation has cleared, the whole GFI Europe team will aim to get together in-person approximately twice per year for around 3-4 days at a time, most likely in the London area or Brussels. ● Salary and benefits: We offer competitive salaries and benefits, based on experience and prevailing rates for similar roles in non-profits in the country where you are based. ● Right to work requirements: You must have the right to work in the country where you are based. Application instructions ● Right to work requirements: You must have the right to work in the country where you are based. ● Application Deadline: 24th May 2021 at 11.59pm CEST. We will be assessing candidates on a rolling basis, so please apply now what motivated you to apply for this role how you meet each of the requirements for the role as listed in the job description which bit of the job description energises you the most. The full application process is outlined in the Head of Policy job brochure here: http://shorturl.at/ilrAP . We really look forward to hearing from you Please be sure to indicate that you saw this position on Globaljobs.org Over 3000 NGOs, Think Tanks, Governments, and private sector companies post to Global Jobs
Project Leader / Principal Principal Investors & Private Equity Practice
Boston Consulting Group, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Project Leader / Principal Principal Investors & Private Equity Practice Area (PIPE) Amsterdam – Brussels Location: Geography: Europe & The Middle East Capabilities: Corporate development & finance, M&A and divestitures, Postmerger integration, Strategy Private equity and principal investment Who We Are Boston Consulting Group partners with leaders in business and society to tackle their most important challenges and capture their greatest opportunities. BCG was the pioneer in business strategy when it was founded in 1963. Today, we work closely with clients to embrace a transformational approach aimed at benefiting all stakeholders—empowering organizations to grow, build sustainable competitive advantage, and drive positive societal impact. Our diverse, global teams bring deep industry and functional expertise and a range of perspectives that question the status quo and spark change. BCG delivers solutions through leading-edge management consulting, technology and design, and corporate and digital ventures. We work in a uniquely collaborative model across the firm and throughout all levels of the client organization, fueled by the goal of helping our clients thrive and enabling them to make the world a better place. Practice Area Profile BCG is supporting the world's largest principal investors & private equity (PIPE) firms with the full spectrum of services covering the entire value chain from transaction services to transformative profit improvement programs for portfolio companies to strategy and operations work for the funds themselves. We are organized into six distinct sectors: Private Equity, Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs), Pension Funds, Hedge Funds, Family Offices and Infrastructure & Real Estate. What You'll Do As a Project Leader or Principal you will have the responsibility for the delivery of consulting projects, leading BCG project teams to enable them to find the right approach, motivate them to deliver on time and to achieve long-term impact for our clients. Each consultant of the PIPE team is typically involved in projects across the private equity value chain. You will drive the majority of the project related client interactions ensuring a constructive collaboration with our clients. Occasionally, you will also lead projects outside your project area as well. If you join BCG as Principal, you will not only take care of project leadership but also be included in business and client development, collaborating with and supporting our Managing Director & Partners. Key responsibilities include: • Leading the day-to-day execution of consulting projects and ensuring successful delivery of client requirements within the scope of the engagement; including: • Owning the project planning and process management, and communicating progress to clients and BCG leadership • Driving development of the content, either directly or by providing guidance to the consulting team (for example, by sharing ideas, frameworks or providing input on research and analysis) • Managing the client relationship on a day-to-day basis • Managing project scope and maintaining an acceptable pace of work • Actively managing multiple client and stakeholder relationships • Leading senior client presentations and meetings • Providing apprenticeship and coaching to associates and consultants to help develop their consulting skills, including sharing knowledge and experience, giving frequent feedback and creating opportunities for team members to learn and grow • For Principals: contributing to business and client development efforts of our Managing Director & Partners, including preparation of proposal documents and attending pitch presentations etc. What You'll Bring (Experience & Qualifications) • Between 7-12 years of work experience in a top level consulting firm, candidates with excellent industry and sufficient consultingexperience would also be considered • It is essential that you have already earned an outstanding market reputation in the field of PIPE and have achieved significant and proven results at prior clients • Impressive strategic thinking (both analytical and conceptual) and the ability to challengethe “status quo” • Ability to create transparency for clients, helping them to understand the implications of approaches and designing suitable alternatives for improvement • Convincing track record in project leadership related to key PE topic areas with proven results and significant client impact • Willingness to travel internationally and to work remotely on client sites Education • Strong academics from a top-tier institution • An MBA is desirable but not essential Professional Skills • Excellent analytical and structured problem solving skills combined with creative conceptual thinking • Advanced quantitative analysis • Very good business acumen and commercial capabilities • Excellent communication and persuasion skills • Excellent written and spoken English, additional Dutch or French language skills would be a plus Personal Attributes • Collaborative team player with a positive and constructive attitude • Flexible, curious and creative mindset • Independent and autonomous judgment • Intercultural competence and experience of working in more than one country and/or multi-cultural teams • Driven, hard-working, entrepreneurial, proactive and productive na Date Posted: 28-Jan-2021 Boston Consulting Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity / expression, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under national, provincial, or local law, where applicable, and those with criminal histories will be considered in a manner consistent with applicable state and local laws. BCG is an E-Verify Employer. Click here for more information on E-Verify. Boston Consulting Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity / expression, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law, where applicable.
Project Director in Project & Development Services
Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Project Director in Project & Development Services Brussels, BEL We are looking for a Project Director to strengthen our Project & Development Services team About JLL We’re JLL—a leading professional services and investment management firm specializing in real estate. We have operations in over 80 countries and a workforce of over 92,000 individuals around the world who help real estate owners, occupiers and investors achieve their business ambitions. As a global Fortune 500 company, we also have an inherent responsibility to drive sustainability and corporate social responsibility. That’s why we’re committed to our purpose to shape the future of real estate for a better world. We’re using the most advanced technology to create rewarding opportunities, amazing spaces and sustainable real estate solutions for our clients, our people and our communities. Our core values of teamwork, ethics and excellence are also fundamental to everything we do and we’re honored to be recognized with awards for our success by organizations both globally and locally. Creating a diverse and inclusive culture where we all feel welcomed, valued and empowered to achieve our full potential is important to who we are today and where we’re headed in the future. And we know that unique backgrounds, experiences and perspectives help us think bigger, spark innovation and succeed together. If this job description resonates with you, we encourage you to apply even if you don’t meet all of the requirements below. We’re interested in getting to know you and what you bring to the table What this job involves Our Project & Development Services department advises investors, owners and corporates on creating sustainable value and providing project management assistance in construction, renovation, fit-out, sustainable regeneration or urban redevelopment. The current position focusses on the investor / owner clients. We are looking for candidates who have experience in construction / redevelopment / renovation projects, rather than office fit-out projects. You’ll meet our clients to get briefings on their needs (investor, developer, corporate, …) You’ll draft the specifications You’ll follow-up on preliminary studies and on preliminary outline, final design, tender documents and assistance with work contracts You’ll provide analysis on a building and/or a property You’ll define a product concept: gathering the needs and requirements of the teams You’ll consult and select technical stakeholders (architect and engineering firms, etc) You’ll manage the teams of consultants/contractors/vendors during the works phase You’ll assist the client in the acceptance of the works Desired skills and experience for this job You hold a degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction or equivalent You have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role and environment You’ll have fluent knowledge of French, Dutch and English. You have excellent organizational skills, are detail-oriented, can work independently and are reliable You possess strong interpersonal skills with an ability to interact with executive level external and internal clients as well as external team members (architects, contractors, client’s representatives, etc.). You are a team player You adjust well to unforeseen / evolving situations You are proficient in MS Office What you can expect from us We succeed together and believe the best inspire the best, so we invest in supporting each other, learning together and celebrating our success. Our Total Rewards program reflects our commitment to helping you achieve your career ambitions, recognizing your contributions, investing in your well-being and providing competitive benefits and pay. We can’t wait to see where your ambitions take you at JLL. 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If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process – including the online application and/or overall selection process – you may email us at Accommodation.Requesam.jll.com . This email is only to request an accommodation. Please direct any other general recruiting inquiries to our Contact Us page > I want to work for JLL. Posted 2 Days Ago Full time REQ138464 About Us JLL (NYSE: JLL) is a leading professional services firm that specializes in real estate and investment management. JLL shapes the future of real estate for a better world by using the most advanced technology to create rewarding opportunities, amazing spaces and sustainable real estate solutions for our clients, our people and our communities. JLL is a Fortune 500 company with annual revenue of $16.6 billion, operations in over 80 countries and a global workforce of more than 91,000 as of December 31, 2020. JLL is the brand name, and a registered trademark, of Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated. For further information, visit jll.com .
Director, DevOps Engineering
Canonical Jobs, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
We are on a mission to transform the world of software operations, using Python for next-generation infrastructure-as-code and inventing model-driven operations to enable companies to run very efficient operations both on-premise and on cloud. In support of that we are looking for a global leader of about 20 devops professionals across three regional teams, focused on software development in the context of production services with mission critical applications and high profile, high-volume users, to improve the efficiency, reliability and speed of open source IT operations. This team is part of our fully managed operations organisation. They run many private clouds and Kubernetes clusters for customers around the world. This real-world experience of low-level operations with our products enables us to improve our infra-as-code and private cloud offerings based on our own real experience, mirroring that of our users and customers. We work in Python, creating open source operations capabilities that simplify these operations for anybody, worldwide, who is building on Ubuntu. This team is a true devops team - responsible for real-time global monitoring and network operations of production services. Most of the work involved is pure Python software development, where we expect a focus on quality, design, documentation, tests and performance. The team will be responsible for remote monitoring of infrastructure and applications, using open source products, and improvements to that monitoring capability. The team will also enhance operations code packages, and Ubuntu itself, to ensure our platform is the easiest, most robust, and best performing way to drive your data centre and cloud IT. As the Director of Devops Engineering, your primary responsibility is to the people you lead and support: ensuring that they are growing as engineers, doing valuable work, and finding satisfaction in their career at Canonical. As a lead for software engineers, technical leadership and a solid background in software development is a must, so that you’re able to challenge and grow your team members. You will have the opportunity to influence the culture, facilitate technical delivery, and work with your team on direction and execution. What you’ll do Understand the global state of the art in open source operations Prioritise our efforts to raise the bar on complex software-defined infrastructure Ensure processes and training are in place for continuous improvement in our services Lead and develop three regional teams of engineers spanning all major time zones Hiring, coaching, mentoring, feedback and hands-on career development Plan and manage progress on agreed goals and projects Set and manage expectations with other engineering and operational teams Coordinate with management and external stakeholders or customers Help develop and evangelize great engineering and organizational practices Grow a healthy, collaborative engineering culture in line with the company values Be an active part of the leadership team and collaborate with other leaders in the organisation Global travel up to 10% of time for internal and external events Who you are University degree in Computer Science or related software engineering field Advanced level Python programming skills Experience running production operations as SAAS or IT with critical uptime requirements Experience running production operations for external customers and partners Familiarity with devops principles and practices Leadership ability and ability to set and maintain a high standard of excellence in operations You love developing and growing people and can demonstrate a track record of doing it You are knowledgeable and passionate about software development You have experience in leading, coaching and mentoring software developers You have clarity on the drivers of quality in software engineering and an ability to ensure that You are organized and want your team to deliver timely software releases You have solid experience working in an agile development environment You have a thorough understanding of modern infrastructure, including Kubernetes or OpenStack You have sound knowledge of cloud computing concepts & technologies You have practical knowledge of Linux and networking You have hands-on experience with software automation You are fluent and comfortable in cloud terminology What you will learn OpenStack and Kubernetes in operation Wide range of open source applications and capabilities Work directly with customers in a range of different businesses Real-life and hands-on exposure to a wide range of emerging technologies and tools About Canonical Canonical is a growing, international software company that works with the open-source community to deliver Ubuntu the world’s 1 cloud operating system. 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Sales Engineer
Hermes Schleifmittel GmbH, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Hermes Abrasives was founded in 1927 in Hamburg, Germany. We are supplying the full range of abrasive products in focus markets as Automotive, Aerospace, Metal Flat, Metal Profile, Metal Tubes & Rods and Board Industry. The Hermes headquarters is also located in Hamburg and has production basis in Europe, North America and Asia. In 1989 Hemres Abrasives Pte Ltd was set up in Singapore to the Sales Hub for the whole South East Asia Region including South Corea and Japan. For our location in Singapore we are looking for a Sales Engineer (m/f) with experience and knowledge on abrasives and South Asia market. Line of Business Raw Materials & Processing Nature of Business Foreign investment (Europe and the United States) Scale of Company 1,200 employees (globally) Workplace Recruitment number Years of working experience 3 years Language requirement English (mandatory), Thai and/or Bahasa (plus) Education background Salary range To be negotiable Requirements Age over 25 years, bachelor degree or above, minimum 3 years of sales experience in industrial consumables in foreign company is preferred (with abrasives, abrasive belts, grinding wheels, CBN grinding wheels, alloy cutter, surface finish), science and engineering background Expected travel time 75% in South East Asia. Overseas business trips for training purpose is required. With strong learning ability, sense of responsibilty and self-control, quick thinking, clear, hard work, willing to communicate with people, dare to face the challenge Job Responsibilty about Sales Engineer Responsible for sales and technical services Maintain existing customers and develop potential customers in the region Responsible for the area by tracking and timely feedback to superior leadership Complete the responsible for regional sales tasks Mr Eduardo Perea Sales Director for South East Asia
European Round Table for Industry (ERT), Policy Director, Competition
Dober Partners, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Policy Director, Competition European Round Table for Industry (ERT) 03 About ERT 05 What You’ll Do 07 Recruitment Process The European Round Table for Industry (ERT) has a long history of promoting competitiveness and prosperity in Europe. Members include CEOs and Chairs from around 60 of Europe’s largest companies in the industrial and technological sector. ERT is committed to creating a strong, open and competitive Europe with sustainable growth, jobs and prosperity for all. ERT publishes reports and papers, aimed at the general public, decision makers in European and global institutions and national governments. They are the basis for discussion and action. ERT advocates policies that underpin the values of freedom, tolerance, equality and openness. A b ou t E R T 03 Dober Partners Policy Director, Competition I European Round Table for Industry (ERT) Companies led by ERT members represent: – 5 million direct jobs globally – €2,000 billion combined annual revenues – €60 billion investment in R&D each year How ERT Works – ERT Members meet twice a year in Plenary Session, the principal ERT decision-making body, where key issues are identified and discussed. – Working Groups are chaired by ERT Members and composed by Associates and company experts. They work on key issues, develop recommendations and report back to the Plenary Session. – ERT has 7 Working Groups: 1. Competitiveness & Innovation Working Group 2. Jobs, Skills & Impact Working Group 5. Trade & Market Access Working Group 6. Competition Policy Working Group 7. Finance & Tax Working Group All Focus Areas A b ou t E R T 04 Dober Partners Policy Director, Competition I European Round Table for Industry (ERT) Strengthening Europe’s Place in the World The European Union has benefited its citizens economically and socially, regardless of the current challenges. Competitiveness & Innovation European companies and their employees are under increasing pressure from international competition. Jobs, Skills & Impact Europe’s greatest asset is its people and their diversity. We focus on bridging the skills gap and building an inclusive company culture. Digital Transformation The digital transformation of industry is a critical factor for Europe’s competitiveness, growth and jobs. The EU has taken a global lead in climate action - climate neutrality and global competitiveness must be mutually reinforcing. Trade & Market Access Free trade is one of the founding principles of the EU, and we need to take a stand to protect and preserve it. Competition Policy Unfair trading practices as well as the increasing dominance of global companies originating in the East and West are Finance & Tax Europe must become a more business and making investments. W ha t Y ou ’ll D o The Policy Director reports directly to Frank Heemskerk, ERT Secretary General. She/he would be responsible for Competition Policy, as well as Finance & Tax or Jobs, Skills & Impact depending on the She/he would become responsible for relevant ERT activities and papers including: – Vertical Agreements – Competition Policy contributing to the Green Deal – Review of Market Definition – White Paper on Foreign Subsidies – EC Consultation on the new Competition Tool – EU Competition rules on Horizontal Agreements – EU Competition Policy fit for the Global Stage – Strengthening Europe’s place in the world. 05 Dober Partners Policy Director, Competition I European Round Table for Industry (ERT) Policy Director key responsibilities: – Prepare Working Group/projects meetings’ content and documentation – Play a Key Role in ERT’s activities – Research & prepare position papers, briefings, speeches, Press Releases, Publications and Web Content – Preparation of High-Level Meetings with the Commission, Member State governments – Represent ERT externally – Contact with other European Associations, European Parliament & Commission Profile: – University Degree in Law OR Business-related subject OR EU Affairs – Minimum 7 years experience in a European Multinational OR Trade Association – Knowledge and experience of the EU Institutions & processes – Other European Languages are an asset – Excellent writing ability and communication skills – Able to represent ERT and be involved in advocacy – Able to build constructive contacts across stakeholder communities – Highly organised – working to tight deadlines What ERT offers: – An attractive and competitive salary package, including company car/mobility budget, and group insurance – A flexible working arrangement allowing a healthy work-life balance, with possibility for teleworking R ec ru itm en t P ro ce ss Dober Partners has been retained to draw up a shortlist of prospective candidates against the criteria set out in this document, and using their discretion and expertise to recruit a new Policy Director, together with ERT’s Secretary General and leadership team. For further information please contact: M: 32 488 945 579 nataliadoberpartners.com Mark Dober M: 32 477 950 466 06
Business Development Manager – New growth engines
AG Insurance, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Business Development Manager – New growth engines Ageas is a listed international insurance Group with a heritage spanning almost 200 years. It offers Retail and Business customers Life and Non-Life insurance products designed to suit their specific needs, today and tomorrow. As one of Europe's larger insurance companies, Ageas concentrates its activities in Europe and Asia, which together make up the major part of the global insurance market. It operates successful insurance businesses in Belgium, the UK, France, Portugal, Turkey, China, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Singapore, and the Philippines through a combination of wholly owned subsidiaries and long-term partnerships with strong financial institutions and key distributors. Ageas ranks among the market leaders in the countries in which it operates. It represents a staff force of over 45,000 people and reported annual inflows close to EUR 36 billion in 2020 (all figures at 100%). This role is part of the CDSO (Chief Development & Sustainability) Office that leads the implementation of our new 3-year strategic plan Impact24. Within CDSO, Business Development of the “ New Growth Engines ” steers all transversal business initiatives aligned to new growth engines for the Ageas Group, focusing on adjacent business opportunities within Health, Protection, Digital platforms & Ecosystems, linking with other priorities of Reinsurance and innovation in sustainable products & services. The Business Development Manager role reports to the Business Development Director. Your function Impact24 strategy implementation & Business Development: You understand each business unit’s strategy against potential “New engines” of growth and you identify and propose opportunities that activate and improve performance towards the Impact24 goal and beyond. You assist in working out a global project plan with initiating and proving new business opportunities, including proposals on the allocation of the investment budget. You help the entities construct a view on its future state raising observed market developments, trends, confronting with benchmarks. Realisation of transversal initiatives: You are working on the delivery of identified business development projects aligned to “New growth engines”, in line with the defined project plan, partnering with internal stakeholders and external partners. You contribute to the development of business cases to inform leadership of the opportunity, rationale, and operational plan of the new growth initiatives. Innovation: You scan for relevant technologies, innovations, start-ups specifically aimed at supporting identified performance improvement projects within operating entities, driving knowledge sharing with a purpose. Expertise Development and dissemination on strategic choices: You keep abreast with trends and evolutions on the strategic themes identified within Impact24. You create an effective network and provide a platform for brainstorming and mutual challenging between entities’ experts on chosen strategic themes. Advice / ad-hoc research capacity: You research, analyse, structure and present conclusions on specific ad-hoc topics highlighted by the operating entities as important. These can be quantitative items (benchmarks, KPI’s) or qualitative topics. Knowledge Sharing & Transfer: You identify best practices in all elements of the value chain (operations, sales, products, organisational structure). You monitor key business development initiatives and share relevant outcome with the internal stakeholders. You facilitate the implementation of these best practices across the companies. Your profile You possess a master’s degree and have 5 years of relevant working experience in Strategy implementation/Transformation office/Business development/Digital Product Development/Digital Customer journeys & analytics/Consultancy Proven experience or affinity in one of the following sectors: e-commerce platforms, digital marketplaces, Insurtech/fintech, neo banks & payments You are passionate about trends & possibilities, innovation for better, next-gen players Possessing knowledge of the international insurance business and the financials and key drivers of profitability is a plus You have the ability to read between the lines of both quantitative and qualitative research You have strong project management, analytical and synthesizing (helicopter view) skills, communicating complex concepts in a simple way feels natural to you You possess cultural awareness and can work with people with different backgrounds You possess strong communication, networking, and organisation skills You are comfortable with and adaptable to new technologies You are a creative and open-minded influencer You are resilient and flexible You demonstrate accountability, entrepreneurship, a can-do attitude, and impact You are fluent in English. Our offer Ageas values your talent and knows how to reward it. We offer you an attractive salary and fringe benefits. You will work in a stimulating international environment, with numerous opportunities for personal development. You will work independently within a dynamic team.
Financial Planning & Analysis
Umbrex Consulting, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Umbrex is pleased to welcome Valerie Warland with VW Management. Valerie is an independent non executive director based in Luxembourg, with a strong focus on alternative investment structures. She has more than 25 years of experience in the finance industry, where she enjoyed several strategic positions, like PMO director at Alter Domus , leading global alternative fund administrator, financial planning and analysis director at Paypal Europe , management information vice-president in the Dexia Banking Groupe. She started her career as a strategy consultant with Bain & Company Benelux, Brussels. She graduated in 1995 with a master degree of the Solvay Business School, Brussels. She is married and has three dynamic children. She would be happy to help develop luxembourg based business.
Key Account Manager - Laundry & Home Care ‏ (m/f/x)
Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Key Account Manager - Laundry & Home Care (m/f/x) HENKEL IS FOR THOSE WHO STEP UP. DO YOU? At Henkel, you can make a difference and craft your career. That’s why you own your projects and take full responsibility from an early stage. Our unique brands in markets around the world open up countless opportunities to follow your convictions and explore new paths. If you have an entrepreneurial mindset that allows you to always think out of the box - take the chance and shape the digital future together with us. YOUR ROLE Reporting to the Sales Director, you’ll be responsible for the management of Top3 Key Account within the Belgian trade including analysis, presentation of products and trade term negotiation Independently handle your customer: manage, direct and control the sales revenue by developing and maintaining sales strategies, objectives, policies and procedures in order to drive the account revenue Contribute and agree to the customers objective setting and the preparation of the annual account plan by providing Trade Marketing and Management with information and professional advice Contribute to Sales and Operation Plans by diligent sales forecasts. The incumbent is responsible for the production of accurate, timely input with respect to his/her client portfolio Manage customer P&L and control operating expense budgets (trade investment) to achieve objectives and manage a cost-effective operation Achieve sales and distribution targets within customer group Manage and implement the customer strategy (promotion, distribution, price and communication) First leadership opportunity, by steering Junior Key Account Manager(s) and taking care of their development and growth YOUR SKILLS Master degree (Economics, Business administration, Marketing) Excellent knowledge of Dutch/French and good knowledge of English, written and oral Analytical, creative, persistent, result driven person with excellent communication skills, able to build relationships at all levels and across functions in an ambiguous environment 3-5years experience within FMCG is required Understanding of Belgian retail landscape Please do not use this email address for sending your application or CV. To apply, please click on the "Apply Now" button below. Applications sent via e-mail will not be accepted. If you have an application already, you can create or log in to your account here to check the status of your application. In case of new account creation, please use your email address that you applied with. Application Deadline: As long as the vacancy is listed on our Career Site, we are happy to receive your application
Director/Sr Director, Operational Strategy & Planning (Cardiovascular, Metabolic, Endocrine and[]
Laboratory Corporation, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Labcorp is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer: As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status. For more information about how we collect and store your personal data, please see our Privacy Statement . Why Grow Your Career with Labcorp Drug Development? At Labcorp Drug Development we believe in the power of science to change lives. Labcorp is a leading global life sciences company that provides vital information to help doctors, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, researchers, and patients make clear and confident decisions. Through our unparalleled diagnostics and drug development capabilities, we provide insights and accelerate innovations to improve health and improve lives. Here, you can join our more than 70,000 employees, serving clients in more than 100 countries, as we work together to transform approaches to patient care. Step 1 Research us on social media Avoid scams. Stay safe in your job search. Our recruiters only use emails that end in labcorp.com or agents.icims.com. Our recruiters will NOT request your personal information (social security number, birth certificate, banking passwords, driver’s license number or passport) and do NOT ask you to make any deposits or purchases. When in doubt, double-check the email address, search the drugdevelopmentcareers.labcorp.com site for our jobs and only apply via our online system. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Marketing Manager (Belgium)
dott, Brussel, Brussel Hoofdstad, Bruxelles
Marketing Manager - Belgium Brussels / Marketing & Communications – City Marketing / We believe in a future where inner cities are free of cars, congestion and pollution. By offering our dockless electrical scooters and bikes as convenient alternatives for short-distance travel, we believe we can make that future possible. Our mission is to free our cities with clean rides for everyone in Europe and beyond. Founded in Europe, Dott is comprised of a highly experienced team of inquisitive minds in mobility and tech. What we do today has a tangible impact on tomorrow. We reached our in-house sustainability target of 100% renewable energy, and ensure equitability in our communities through collaborating with city charities, officials and safety boards. We are looking for an entrepreneurial Marketing Manager to join our Marketing & Communications team. The Marketing Manager goal will be to develop our leadership position in Belgium on both shared e-scooters and e-bikes, with a focus on Brussels: be the Dott marketing referent in Belgium, both on brand and demand generation sides. You will report to the Director of Marketing & Communications. What you’ll do: Demand generation (70%) Responsible for acquisition and retention/usage of riders in Belgium markets with a strong focus on Brussels Develop our new e-bike service in Brussels (to be launched in November 2021) Ensure marketing plans are effective and provide a good return on investment (business, marketing & communication) Develop and manage all local marketing campaigns (offline & online) on all touch-points (owned, earned, paid) Source and manage local demand, promo code, BD partnerships Coordinate local and annual CRM plan and calendar, including referral program Support performance marketing (translations, definition of content) Brand awareness & preference (30%) Be the Brand guardian in your market and ensure consistency with the global brand platform Plan and define local marketing and communication strategy, campaigns and budget Coordinate local PR (monitoring, sourcing, day-to-day follow-up) Oversee local Social Media accounts (community management, local contents sourcing, production and publishing) Develop and implement brand partnerships (owned and non-owned) in Belgium with a focus on Brussels (with key events, influencers or places) Get local insights and data on the market, brand, competition and ridership Develop the Marketing team in Belgium : a Marketing Specialist managing Wallonia and an intern in Flanders Collaborate with several stakeholders : Central Marketing team in London (yearly planning, campaigns, SNS, design), the Belgium General Manager and City Managers and other central teams (Product, Data, Growth, Pricing, Legal, Customer Services) What you’ll need: Experience in marketing/brand management (and a post graduate or graduate degree in marketing/brand/communications is nice to have) Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and French (Flemish is nice to have) Based in Brussels office with flexibility to travel (Covid-19 permitting) Smart networker: build and nurture relationships with local business, influencers and opinion leaders Hands-on and city/partnerships lover: involved on-the-ground, streets and event marketing Active and collaborative with a great work ethic Data-driven with excellent problem-solving skills What’s in it for me? Alongside a competitive compensation plan, we invite our employees to participate in our stock option plan. You’ll be part of a collaborative, energetic and international team who enjoy the perks of flexible working hours, medical insurance contribution and fun company events. At Dott, we are passionate and challenge each other to deliver on our dreams. We constantly perfect our craft. We own our mission and keep pushing for the company, cities and planet. On that note, be prepared to take on exciting challenges. We operate a consumer service that sees millions of transactions every week. Our operations services are backed by deep machine learning, and our large fleet of vehicles features its own hardware and embedded software challenges. You’ll get to see it all, so come along for the ride. Closing & equal opportunities employer statement Come as you are Dott is an equal opportunities employer. We invest in diversity, ensure equality and encourage expression. We have a zero-tolerance policy for harassment, bias or discrimination towards applicants and employees. Want to join us for the ride? Let’s do this right – together.