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Founded in Brussels in 1983, CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) is a leading think tank and forum for debate on EU affairs, which has been consistently ranked among the top 10 world’s best think tanks. CEPS’ distinguishing features include its strong in-house research capacity and an extensive international network of partner institutes. CEPS’ funding comes from a variety of sources, mainly research grants, public procurement, but also from membership and conference fees.

The Head of Communications and Events manages the media, stakeholder, external and internal communications channels of CEPS, ensures the smooth running of its events and pre-event marketing, supervises the relevant membership communications, safeguards CEPS’ brand and visual representations, ensures the continuous upkeep of our CRM database, and implements a crisis communications plan when the need arises.

Head of Communications and Events

Main tasks

External Communications

Events Promotion

Brand Management

Press relations and the media

CRM Database

People and Financial Management responsibilities

Your background and qualifications

Your profile

What CEPS can offer

We offer full-time, indefinite contract. The salary will be in accordance with your previous experience as well as the CEPS salary scale. We also offer a benefits package (group & hospitalisation insurance, meal tickets, public transport reimbursement, 20 days legal holiday entitlement per year plus additional days when CEPS is closed during the Christmas-New Year period). We would like the preferred candidate to start her/his activities around the beginning of July.

Career development prospects

CEPS offers a Learning and Development Programme for all staff to develop the necessary skills for their position.

More information

Further information about the position can be obtained from Sally Scott, Director of Finance and Administration email: sally.scott@ceps.eu