EASA is looking for a Communications and Events Assistant

18 May 2017

Who we are

The European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA) is the single authoritative voice on advertising self-regulation. Its mission is to promote high ethical standards in marketing communications through effective self-regulation, for the benefit of consumers and business in Europe and beyond. As a non-profit organisation established in 1992 and based in Brussels, EASA brings together national advertising self-regulatory organisations and associations representing the advertising industry in Europe.


EASA is looking for a creative and reliable Communications Assistant who will assist the Communications Manager to:

  • Support in updating EASA’s website to ensure up-to-date presentation of EASA and its work;
  • Assist in managing EASA’s visibility across social media platforms (Twitter and LinkedIn);
  • Monitor traditional media and relevant social media platforms for developments related to advertising regulation and EASA’s core policy issues;
  • Develop layouts for EASA’s external publications (brochures, etc);
  • Assist in the organisation of EASA’s external events;
  • Create and update databases and mailing lists;
  • Assist with other communication activities;


Other tasks:

  • Assist with other department activities if needed;
  • Assist with other administrative or reporting duties upon request;


The successful candidate must:

  • Be enrolled as a student in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher) preferably in Communication, Journalism or related fields;
  • Have good working knowledge of standard office software (Word, PowerPoint, Excel);
  • Have good knowledge of Adobe Suite (InDesign and/or Illustrator, Photoshop) is a plus;
  • Be hard-working, reliable, well-organised person with good attention to details;
  • Be fluent in English, both oral and written, as this is the working language of the organization;
  • Be interested in advertising/marketing communication and advertising self-regulation;
  • Be available preferably from beginning of June 2017;
  • Be covered by a formal university agreement; 
  • Be legally allowed to take part in a student internship in Belgium;


We offer:

  • Opportunity to work in an international, dynamic environment, to take active part in the day-to-day running of activities, have a chance to improve your communication & management  skills;
  • Opportunity to learn about and work on a wide range of projects by working closely with our team;
  • Transportation reimbursement provided;

Please note that this is a non-remunerated position for a duration of 3 months, with the possibility of extension to 6 months.

Interested candidates are requested to submit their application, including CV and a short cover letter, by e-mail to ana-maria.curca@easa-alliance.org by 28 May 2017.

Selected candidates should be available to start at the beginning of June 2017.