CCU (Carbon Capture & Utilisation) Officer
- Coordinate the gathering and sharing of information regarding Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) among members of the association: technologies, key stakeholders, economics, technological and non-technological barriers to development, etc.
- Provide CCU knowledge in support of internal thematic Working Groups coordinated by the Secretariat, where members discuss technical/market/regulatory/policy/standardization issues relevant for the development of the CCU industry.
- As part of a project funded by the European Commissionto accelerate the development of CCU projects in Europe:
- Task Leader to coordinate the emergence and development of largescale multi-stakeholder demonstration projects, by organizing stakeholdersworkshops, matchmaking events and yearly callsfor projects;
- Task Leader for the communication and dissemination activitiesof the project (with the support of communication experts), supervising the design of the communication strategy (website, social media, conferences and external events) and the editorial content of the disseminated information.
- Contribute to drafting funding applicationsin the field of CCU, for the association itself or in support of some of its members, providinginput on projectdesign and content.
- Support the Secretary General in outreach and advocacy activities aimed at developing appropriate framework conditions to stimulate the development of the CCU industry in Europe (regulations, policy incentives, partnerships with related industry associations and innovation platforms, etc.)
- A university degree in Engineering or Science is a must. A complementary degree in business or management is a plus.
- Minimum 4years of professional experience in a technical function in a relevant field (e.g. process industry, energymanagement, climate mitigation, transport or construction sectors).Knowledge of CCU or related topics is a plus.
- Strong interest for sustainability and energy transition issues.
- Experience in management of multi-stakeholder projects at EU level. Experience in writing grant application is a plus.
- Strong communication skills with diverse stakeholders (industry, policy makers, researchers). Experience in community management is a plus.
- Perfectly fluent in written and spoken English. Knowledge of French, German or another European language is a plus
- Experience with EU institutions and international industry associations is a plus.
- Entrepreneurial spirit, capacity to work in autonomy and to take initiatives.
- Capacity to learn fast and to adapt to a rapidly changing environment.
- The proposed contract if for a fixed duration of 3 years, with the possibility to convert to a permanent position after this period.
- The position is based in Brussels and entails some business travel within Europe. Flexibility in working time is required.