The European Biogas Association is looking for a Comms and Advocacy Assistant

As part of our continuous growth, we are seeking to employ an enthusiastic and motivated Communications and Advocacy Assistant to support the ongoing outreach actions of the organization on a full-time basis. You will be a part of the communication and the policy teams and liaise closely with the technical team.

We offer an energetic working environment within a multicultural team in Brussels and a full immersion into the start of the new EU legislature 2024-2029 as part of a European industry association. The position is a great occasion for a motivated individual to start a career in renewable energy, developing knowledge on advocacy communications and marketing. As our organization is growing, the internship might develop into a longer-term employment opportunity.

Tasks & Responsibilities

The candidate will assist the EBA team on the implementation of EBA’s outreach strategy. His/her main responsibilities will be:

  • Coordination and implementation of EBA webinars, as well as in-person workshops and meetings;
  • Execution of EBA communication and dissemination activities related to EU projects;
  • Performance of advocacy tasks as part of the policy team;
  • Support to the organisation of the European Biomethane Week 2024 to be held on 23-24 October in Brussels (EBA’s flagship annual event with at least 500 expected attendees) when needed.


  • Degree in Marketing Communications or European Affairs;
  • Proven experience on the organisation of webinars, events and meetings;
  • IT-savvy with knowledge of Office 365, Zoom, CMS and marketing tools will be highly desired;
  • Ability to produce content tailored to different audiences (e.g. members, decision-makers, partners, external providers);
  • Keen interest in European Affairs, renewable energy, climate mitigation and adaptation, and circular economy;
  • Dynamic, self-starter, organised, attentive to detail, eager to learn;
  • Excellent command of English, any other European language will be considered an asset;
  • Eligibility to work in the EU is required.

We offer

  • A 6-month paid internship for a junior profile offering valuable work experience in a stimulating international environment;
  • Mentorship and exposure to enriching outreach actions, contact with stakeholders and EBA’s network.
  • Public Transport allowance;
  • Hybrid working environment (3 days working at the office in Brussels and 2 days working from home office).

How to apply?

Please send your CV (no Europass format) and cover letter (1 page) to Angela Sainz Arnau ( with the subject ‘YOUR NAME – EBA Comms and Advocacy Assistant’ by end of May at the latest. Interviews will take place on a rolling basis and the successful candidate will be expected to join EBA in June. Please consider that only the selected candidates will be notified for further process and interview.