Jobs

We are currently recruiting two positions.  Policy and Data Analyst and Communications Assistant.  Scroll down for the latter job description.

Policy and Data Analyst

Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) programme

About ETSC

ETSC works to aid the transition to sustainable transport in Europe through improvements in road safety and the promotion of modes that cause the least harm.

Founded in 1993, we provide an impartial source of expert advice to the European Union’s institutions and national governments across the continent.  We are at the forefront of policy debates on vehicle safety, automation, safer speed limits, drink and drug driving, infrastructure and enforcement.

We are an independent NGO working with around sixty member organisations across Europe and maintain our independence through funding from a variety of sources including membership subscriptions, the European Commission, the European Parliament and public and private sector support.

About the role

The ETSC Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) programme is a high-profile benchmarking tool to measure improvements in road safety in countries across Europe.

We are looking for a dynamic, organised and self-reliant Policy and Data Analyst to support the PIN Programme Manager with robust data analysis and writing skills.  You will need to be an experienced Microsoft Excel whizz, with a meticulous eye for detail and excellent organisational experience.

You will be working closely with experts in their field, policymakers, sponsors and external suppliers to deliver work to the high standard expected by one of the most respected voices in transport safety in Europe.

Responsibilities

 Reporting to the PIN Programme Manager you will:

  • Design statistical surveys;
  • Collate and analyse road safety data using Microsoft Excel and web-based data visualisation tools;
  • Draft reports;
  • Organise events and working meetings;
  • Liaise with national experts;
  • Assist with communications activity, as and when needed;

Profile

  • Proven experience analysing data from multiple sources in Microsoft Excel;
  • Proven experience in transport, health or a related policy area;
  • A university degree in a discipline related to ETSC’s work;
  • Ability to communicate fluently, orally and in writing, in English; other European languages would also be beneficial;
  • Effective information gathering skills, good organisational skills, a flexible approach and the ability to plan and prioritise tasks;
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, collaboratively and with minimum supervision;
  • A proven personal interest in road safety or area of public policy promoting the public interest;
  • Willingness to travel within Europe when health conditions permit.

 What are we offering?

  • The opportunity to work for a leading organisation in its field, at a high level, and with a lasting impact;
  • A small organisation with an excellent team spirit, supportive colleagues and plenty of opportunities to grow;
  • A one-year contract that will be renewed depending on performance and funding;
  • A competitive salary for the NGO sector in Brussels;
  • Employee benefits package.

How to apply

Send a CV and completed application form no later than 23 August 2021 to: recruitment@etsc.eu

Please include “Policy and Data Analyst 2021 + YOUR NAME” in the subject line of the email.

Documents should be sent in pdf format.

Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

ETSC and data protection

Your CV and application form contain, by their nature, personal information.  These documents will be stored on our server, and within our email system (Google Workspace) for a reasonable period of time in order for us to process your application.  We will not share your personal information with other organisations now or in the future.  We will contact references, with your prior consent. By sending us your application you are consenting to these terms.

For more information about ETSC and your personal data, see:

https://etsc.eu/etsc-and-your-personal-data/

 
 

Communications Assistant

About ETSC

ETSC works to aid the transition to sustainable transport in Europe through improvements in road safety and the promotion of modes that cause the least harm.

Founded in 1993, we provide an impartial source of expert advice to the European Union’s institutions and national governments across the continent.  We are at the forefront of policy debates on vehicle safety, automation, safer speed limits, drink and drug driving, infrastructure and enforcement.

We are an independent NGO working with around sixty member organisations across Europe and maintain our independence through funding from a variety of sources including membership subscriptions, the European Commission, the European Parliament and public and private sector support.

About the role

We are looking for a creative, dynamic, organised and self-reliant Communications Assistant to support the Communications Manager, in particular with social media communications.  You will need to be able to write excellent English with verve and wit, with an eye for the accuracy and detail required in public policy debates based on hard facts.

You will need to be an excellent team player, willing to muck-in and support other colleagues on ETSC’s small team to deliver high profile events, webinars and policy communications material.

Responsibilities

 Reporting to the Communications Manager you will:

  • Carry our daily online media monitoring from across Europe using the Meltwater platform;
  • Manage the website and social media channels for one or more of ETSC’s consortium projects;
  • Produce social media (Twitter / Facebook / LinkedIn) and website content;
  • Feed in to and implement new social media strategies and campaigns;
  • Update the ETSC website;
  • Manage mailing lists (mailchimp);
  • Help plan, prepare and host digital and live events as needed;
  • Edit documents for clarity and quality of English;

Profile

  • A university degree in a related discipline;
  • Proven experience in communications, with a particular focus on social media;
  • Excellent and wide-ranging skills with digital communications production tools: Photoshop / InDesign / Premiere / Spark / WordPress etc;
  • Experience managing technical aspects of WordPress websites: updates / plugins / themes etc.
  • Ability to communicate creatively and fluently, orally and in writing, in English; other European languages would also be beneficial;
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, collaboratively and with minimum supervision;
  • A proven personal interest in road safety or another area of public policy promoting the public interest;
  • Willingness to travel within Europe when health conditions permit.

 What are we offering?

  • The opportunity to work for a leading organisation in its field, at a high level, and with a lasting impact;
  • A small organisation with an excellent team spirit, supportive colleagues and plenty of opportunities to grow;
  • A one-year contract that will be renewed depending on performance and funding;
  • A competitive salary for the NGO sector in Brussels;
  • Employee benefits package.

How to apply

Send a CV and completed application form no later than 26 August 2021 to: recruitment@etsc.eu

Please include “Communications Assistant 2021 + YOUR NAME” in the subject line of the email.

Documents should be sent in pdf format.

Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

ETSC and data protection

Your CV and application form contain, by their nature, personal information.  These documents will be stored on our server, and within our email system (Google Workspace) for a reasonable period of time in order for us to process your application.  We will not share your personal information with other organisations now or in the future.  We will contact references, with your prior consent. By sending us your application you are consenting to these terms.

For more information about ETSC and your personal data, see:

https://etsc.eu/etsc-and-your-personal-data/

© 2021 European Transport Safety Council

20 Avenue des Celtes | Brussels | B-1040 | Belgium

t +32 2 230 4106 | f +32 2 230 4215