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LEGAL AFFAIRS INTERNSHIP
 
FACE is looking for a Legal Affairs Intern to join its ambitious team in Brussels. This 6-months paid internship offers a great opportunity for a motivated individual to gain experience of EU and international law and policy processes in an international public affairs environment.
 
We are looking for someone who is a self-starter, confident and professional. The ideal candidate should have some knowledge of EU law and policy-making processes and be quick to learn in new areas. He or she should be passionate about the work we do at FACE to promote sustainable hunting and conservation in Europe.  
 
The successful candidate will be responsible for:

- Monitoring and researching EU law and policy, especially in the domain of the environment; animal welfare and health; food safety; agriculture; international wildlife trade; firearms and ammunition
- Preparing written reports, briefings and opinions concerning the abovementioned topics
- Attending internal and external meetings with members and other stakeholders

Good command of both written and spoken English is required. Additional European language(s) would be a strong asset.
 
Responsibility: In this role, you will work under the supervision of the Director of Legal and Public Affairs to provide legal and policy monitoring, research and support.
                                                                                                                                        
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Terms: Six months; remunerated
Reports to: Director of Legal and Public Affairs
Starting date: As soon as possible
How to apply: Please send your CV and motivation letter to johan.svalby[at]face.eu
 
For questions about this internship, please contact Mr Johan Svalby at johan.svalby[at]face.eu


INTERNSHIPS

Working for FACE provides a unique opportunity to provide the bridge between hunters and other conservationists on the ground and EU decision-makers.

We exist to ensure that hunting in Europe remains good for people and nature. The people who work for us help make this happen. You could become part of a dynamic team who make a vital difference to the 7 million people who hunt in Europe and the future of our precious nature. Our trainees and interns also play a huge role in helping us to meet our ambition.

For volunteer or internship opportunities, please contact recruitment@face.eu