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Internship in BIO Intelligence Service: resource efficiency Brussels

BIO Intelligence Service (BIO) is a French environmental consultancy firm which works at the interface between science and policy. One of BIO’s main expertises is the development and evaluation of environmental policies at European and national level. Much of BIO’s project work thus involves working closely with EU institutions, national and regional governance in various Member States, industries, NGOs and academics.
The intern will support work carried out by BIO consultants on resource efficiency, and may additional support other projects on EU environmental policy where appropriate. BIO’s team is international and while French would be an advantage, English is the working language.
Skills required:
- Second degree or excellent first degree in an environmental subject, ideally with demonstrated knowledge in resource management or sustainable production and consumption
- Demonstrated interest for EU policy issues, as well as for environmental issues at large
- Focus on quality and attention to detail
- Fast learner and excellent desk-research skills
- Excellent English writing and communication
- Enthusiastic, independent and flexible
Specific tasks may include:
- Data collection (through web and phone interviews)
- Database development
- Case studies analysis
- Contributing to writing and editing reports
- Maintaining and updating the project’s website
Applicants are invited to send a CV, a short motivation letter outlining their reasons for wanting the post and their relevant experience, and the names and contact details of two referees. Please highlight whether you have a convention de stage, and on what date you would be available to start at the earliest. Suitable applicants will be asked for a phone interview first.
Applications should be sent to with “SMR1010” in the email subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Candidates who have received no response within two weeks after submitting their application should consider their application unsuccessful.