Cambre Associates is looking for a Public Policy Consultant with knowledge and experience in EU chemical and environmental policies.

In this role, you will be responsible for monitoring, analysing and reporting on policy and legislative developments (REACH, Stockholm Convention, Plastics Strategy, Circular Economy, etc.). You will support the development and implementation of advocacy programmes for a number of clients active in these sectors. In addition, you will draft and develop a wide variety of advocacy materials, and organise and participate in a range of meetings with external stakeholders.


  • Identify, monitor and provide thorough analysis of relevant EU initiatives in the chemical and environmental fields and their impact for clients;
  • Identify and flag new issues, threats and opportunities;
  • Advise on and support in the development of public affairs strategies;
  • Implement government relations and meeting programmes;
  • Draft position papers as well as other public affairs materials and tools;
  • Deliver presentations to clients;
  • Organise and attend events, conferences;
  • Participate in new business development.

Qualifications & requirements

  • University level education;
  • Very good understanding of the chemical and environmental policy areas;
  • Two to four years of experience with excellent knowledge of EU policy making;
  • Very good analytical skills;
  • Excellent drafting skills in English, ability to tailor narratives to different audiences;
  • Good organisational and project management skills;
  • Able to work independently and in teams;
  • Excellent inter-personal and communication skills;
  • An outgoing and dynamic personality;
  • Previous experience in a public affairs agency would be useful but not required.

We offer

  • An attractive compensation package;
  • A highly stimulating international work environment;
  • An opportunity to develop and grow.

Start date

As soon as possible

Please apply only if you meet the requirements. Unfortunately, due to the very high number of applications we receive, we will only contact shortlisted applicants.

To apply: Please send a short cover letter and CV (two pages maximum) in English to Robin Rosbak ( by March 1, 2019 with the subject line: EU Public Policy Consultant – Chemicals.

Please note: Applicants for this vacancy should have a valid EU working permit.