The European Steel Association (EUROFER AISBL) is looking for a Communications Officer to support the Association’s external outreach efforts in one of the most exciting and challenging moments for the sector. Join us in communicating the transition of steel to net-zero, its key role in enhancing circularity, clean-tech value chains and as a driver of the hydrogen economy for building a resilient and climate-neutral EU.
Preferred start date:
1 September 2023
EUROFER Director General, under the supervision of the Head of Communications.
Qualifications and experience
This contract is for a full-time position with a permanent contract under Belgian law (CDI).
EUROFER offers an attractive working environment with many additional perks. These include a competitive salary, bike allowance or public transport within Brussels, lunch vouchers, pension-group, possibility for partial telework, mobile phone, laptop.
Please write to email@example.com to apply for this position. Please use email subject line “EUROFER Communications Officer Application”.
Your CV must not exceed two pages (preferably no EUROPASS format) and your cover letter, in English, must not exceed one page. Applications that do not respect the above conditions will not be considered.
Deadline date for applications: 3 July 2023. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
EUROFER is located in Brussels and was founded in 1976. It represents almost the entirety of steel production in the European Union. Its members are steel companies and national steel federations throughout the EU.
The European Steel Association is led by a Director General, supported by around twenty full time staff. The presidency of the European Steel Association is held on a rotating basis by its members.
The European Steel Association is recorded in the EU transparency register: 93038071152-83.
Brussels, 01 December 2023 – Further delays in implementing EU sanctions against Russian steel semifinished products would have a perverse effect, ultimately fuelling Putin’s war machine against Ukraine. The EU Council should reject additional exemption requests from a few member states defending the lucrative business model of few steel rerollers. The trade dynamic that takes advantage of cheap steel imported from Russia while aiding the supply to its military and related downstream sectors must come to an end, states the European Steel Association.
Industriall & EUROFER joint statement
Brussels, 23 November 2023 – The European Steel Association (EUROFER) has elected a new Board, President and Vice-Presidents. Henrik Adam has been appointed as President of the organisation for a two-year term. He succeeds Francesc Rubiralta Rubió, who has led EUROFER since 2022. The Steel Association of Ukraine has also been accepted as a member.