CALL FOR EXPERTS – Steel

ECOS is looking for experts in the field of Steel as part of our work on Energy Intensive Industries to represent and defend environmental interests in the development of standards. Our experts provide us with technical and scientific input and represent us in technical standardisation and policy discussions.

As part of global efforts to combat climate change, the European sSteel industry is required to undergo great transformation in order to contribute to the decarbonisation process, and as part of this reducing emissions through innovations in energy and improving material circularity will be key, especially in the sectors which account for the largest share of demand including construction, mechanical machinery, steel based products and automotive, therefore experience in and understanding of these sectors is preferred.

What does an ECOS Expert do?

  • Participate in relevant technical meetings at European level within CEN and internationally within ISO to promote the ECOS position;
  • Prepare technical input through official comments and position papers;
  • Report to and liaise with the relevant ECOS Programme Manager;
  • As requested, exchange information with ECOS member organisations and other experts.

What is required?

Interested candidates should be able to demonstrate in-depth technical / scientific knowledge in the topic area (and the absence of any conflict of interest). Candidates should demonstrate a strong commitment to environmental NGO values and have proven written and oral communication and negotiation skills. Experience with and understanding of the policy context and standardisation developments in the subject area will be considered a strong asset. Fluency in English is a must.

How to apply?

Please send your CV and cover letter outlining your motivation and demonstrating your suitability to support and represent ECOS to Michael Neaves at michael.neaves@ecostandard.org by 9 September 2019.

Applications will be assessed by an internal selection panel. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

ECOS is co-funded by the European Commission and EFTA

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