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Vacancy for a Visual Communication Officer at the ETUI (Brussels)

  • Date of publication: 28/05/2020
  • Deadline for application: 20/06/2020

The ETUI is a leading applied research institute for the European labour movement. We use our expertise in research, training and workplace to advance workers’ interests. To join our Communication and Publications team, we are looking for a full‐time Visual Communication Officer to:

- Manage different types of contents on our websites
- Support researchers and education officers in publishing their content online and developing visuals based on ETUI contents (publications, trainings, events, ...)
- Contribute and support the team with layout and graphic design for its different types of publications and
- Contribute to the development and impact of the ETUI’s communications
- Contribute to the corporate identity

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Applications and supporting documents (CV, motivation letter, evidence of qualifications, 2 samples) should be sent before 20 June 2020 to:
Stéphane Bouillon : ETUI
Boulevard du Roi Albert II 5
1210 Brussels

Vacancy for a researcher (m/f) on (EU) Occupational Safety and Health Law and Working Conditions at the ETUI

  • Date of publication: 06/05/2020
  • Deadline for application: 28/05/2020

Within a dynamic international environment, you will work in a team of around 7 researchers that covers a broad spectrum of occupational health and safety and working conditions issues from a European perspective. Your main task will be to design, conduct and manage in cooperation with your colleagues - research projects on (EU) Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Law (including enforcement and litigation) and translate the evidence into policy recommendations and recommendations for regulatory processes.
You have a broad vision of occupational health and safety, including the gender dimension, and are able to connect your field of expertise with all fields of OSH. To this end, you are expected to remain informed about developments in your fields of expertise and identify trends, anticipate future developments and propose initiatives.

You are able to operate in a political environment. With respect to that, you are able to deliver relevant input to influence lawmaking processes at EU level, while at the same time having a strong connection to law in practice and a grassroot, bottom-up and activist approach to law.
Further, you are expected to represent ETUI at meetings in European occupational health and safety bodies and take part in international and European professional networks and to maintain contacts with universities, other research bodies and trade unions. You will also organize workshops, seminars and conferences, and publish the results of your research and information linked with your field of activity in ETUI publications, external specialized journals and other media, also targeted at a broader public than the expert community. Additionally, you will provide expertise in support of European trade unions.
You will also assist in the coordination of ETUI networks composed of trade unionists, researchers and health and safety practitioners.

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Applications and supporting documents (CV, list of publications, etc.) should be sent before 28 May 2020:
Philippe Pochet
Director of the Research Department
Bd du Roi Albert II, 5
B-1210 Brussels
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