Internship – Romanian speaking Junior Legal Consultant for EHS Law
Our international team in Brussels is seeking an intern to assist our team of legal consultants to cover regulatory developments in Romania!
Who we are
Enhesa is the leading environmental, health and safety consulting firm, providing EHS regulatory compliance assurance support and information services to multinational companies. Our target clients are Fortune 1000 companies.
Over the past 20 years, Enhesa has built up extensive expertise in EHS regulations in over 200 jurisdictions. We combine our unique knowledgebase with an in-house team of over 75 dedicated experts from more than 40 different countries to develop solutions for our clients. No other company or institution has anything remotely similar. Our mission is to partner with our clients as a complete global regulatory solution to help ensure compliance, manage risk, save time, and increase the quality and effectiveness of their EHS compliance programs.
What would you do
Our international team in Brussels is seeking an intern to assist our team of legal consultants to cover regulatory developments in Romania.
The main responsibilities of the successful candidate include:
- Researching EHS law, regulations and policy in Romania
- Monitoring existing and draft EHS law to alert industry on future requirements
- Preparing written reports allowing industry to measure regulatory compliance
Depending on language skills and experience, the successful candidate will also be required to research EHS requirements in other countries.
This 6-month paid-internship will take place in Brussels, with flexible hours and working from home policies.
What would we expect from you?
• Law degree obtained in Romania, specialisation in environmental law is an asset
• Strong analytical research and writing skills with a demonstrated ability to research and analyse law and policy
• Fluency in Romanian and English is essential. Additional language skills are an asset
• Interest in and understanding of EHS law and industrial processes