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Programme Manager (CISL Belgium)

The deadline for applications is 9 September 2018.

Programme Manager (CISL Belgium)


This exciting role, working in the EU office of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), is an opportunity for an EU policy professional to join a dynamic and fast- paced team that engages with senior business leaders and European policy makers to unlock new climate change policies and support the transition to a sustainable, net zero carbon economy. 

CISL’s Policy Team works at EU member state and international levels to deliver influential projects that include The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group (CLG), a founding member of the We Mean Business Coalition, and the EU Green Growth Platform, with a planned international expansion of their work. The team has an excellent track record of high-level EU engagement and is looking for a Programme Manager to help develop and expand the business and policy engagement in Brussels and Member States. 

The Programme Manager will deliver an ambitious programme of engagement between businesses and MEPs, Ministers, policy makers, Commissioners and academics.  They will help identify new areas of interest to engage in, develop relationships with key funding organisations and work with senior colleagues including the EU Senior Programme Manager, the Team Director and the Brussels Chairman to ensure CISL is adding value to European policy discussions. 

We are looking for an individual who has knowledge and experience of the Brussels political scene and decision-making process plus is looking to further build their experience and help support action on climate change and making the economy more sustainable.

Applicants must be committed to the values that underpin CISL’s work and will be expected to demonstrate the following essential skills and experience:

  • Experience working in a EU institution and/ or member state organisation.
  • Good awareness of the European policy process.
  • Good relationship management skills and a proven ability to grow and maintain relationships with clients, delivery partners and subject experts.
  • Understanding of sustainability issues and how they affect leadership in a business context.
  • Strong project management and organisational skills, including experience of financial planning, developing and maintaining budgets, and managing a number of complex projects at one time.
  • Strong analytical skills with excellent attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, highly proficient in spoken and written English.
  • Ability to make complex content accessible to a wide range of audiences.
  • Experience of working in a fast-paced pressured environment as part of a project team.
  • Ability to work on own initiative, be flexible and manage competing priorities.
  • Has a qualification to at least degree level or equivalent.

The following attributes are desirable:

  • Understanding and experience of the business sector.
  • Experience of developing strategies.
  • European language skills, in addition to English.
  • Experience of event management.

The role is based in Brussels and will require regular travel, including visits to the United Kingdom. Applicants must have the right to work in Belgium.

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Further information about this role and CISL is available at https://www.cisl.cam.ac.uk/about/people/jobs

To submit an application for this position, please submit a CV and cover letter (in English) to human.resources@cisl.cam.ac.uk.

The deadline for applications is 9 September 2018.


How we use your personal data

The recruitment to this position at Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (Belgium) will be run centrally by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). CISL will store your personal information in order to liaise with you either in relation to your application for an advertised position, and to contact any referees you have provided after an interview has been conducted or at the point of an offer of employment.

CISL will not retain copies of unsuccessful candidates’ curriculum vitae (CV) and application documents for more than one year after the completion of the relevant recruitment exercise. If you are successful, your information will be kept as part of your staff record for the duration of your employment.

CISL will process the personal information provided on your application, and the other information referred to above, for the purposes of identifying you, processing your application, verifying the information provided and assessing your suitability for the role (including any relevant right to work checks), deciding whether to offer you a job, and communicating that outcome (together with any feedback).

We do not share your personal information with third parties outside CISL and the University of Cambridge, with the exception of those who are specifically engaged with CISL or are involved in the selection process for the role.

We may also use or disclose the information provided for the following statutory or public interest purposes:

  • to prevent or detect fraud;
  • for equal opportunities monitoring;
  • to help us to make reasonable adjustments for any disability, as requested by you;
  • to provide statutory returns required by applicable legislation;
  • for research and statistical purposes (which may include the receipt of applicant surveys), but no information which could identify you will be published.

If you are a current employee, then we may use the information (including equalities information) you provide in any application you submit to update the employment records we already hold on you.

We consider the processing of your personal information for the above purposes to be either necessary for us to take steps with a view to creating a contractual relationship with you (e.g. to assess your application for employment with us); necessary for compliance with a legal obligation (e.g. to administer visa applications); or necessary for the performance of tasks we carry out in the public interest (e.g. non-statutory reporting).

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You have the right to access the personal information that is held about you by CISL. You also have the right to ask us to correct any inaccurate personal information we hold about you, to delete personal information, or otherwise restrict our processing, or to object to processing (including the receipt of direct marketing) or to receive an electronic copy of the personal information you provided to us. Please note that all of these rights are qualified in various ways.

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