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IN MINISTERIES

 

Leading studies and analysis, compiling files, preparing speeches, managing media, drafting communiqués and situation updates, liaising with other ministerial cabinets.

  • Geopolitical Analyst
  • Communications Officer
  • Magistrate
  • Advisor in charge of performance, studies and speeches
  • Administrative Officer
  • Parliamentary Assistant

The parliamentary assistant:

Working behind the scenes, the parliamentary assistant manages administrative files (prepares the schedule, replies to emails addressed to the member of parliament, ensures …), undertakes legal monitoring and participates in drafting bills or amendments. In short, a multitasking position. Working as a parliamentary assistant is the opportunity to build a strong, political network!

  • Institutional Affairs Officer
  • Public Affairs and Lobbying Expert
  • Media Consultant
  • Analyst in the Security and international development department
  • Political Analyst
  • Public Relations and Events Manager
  • Junior Buyer

IN MAJOR PRIVATE GROUPS

AGRI-FOOD, BANKING, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND HIGH TECH, ADVERTISING AND COMMUNICATION …

Knowing how to decipher, comment on and influence political decisions and their impact on the economic activity and national and global development of major groups.

Political Analyst:

Contributes to analytical and political reporting tasks, assists in drafting notes and political reports, reinforces cooperation between political and operational sections, contributes to fostering a broader, deeper dialogue between parties, builds a network of partners. This job requires excellent analytical, communication, writing and organizational skills.

IN CONSULTANCY FIRMS

STRUCTURES QUI ONT DÉVELOPPÉ DES SERVICES SPÉCIALISÉS DANS LES ACTIVITÉS DES POUVOIRS PUBLICS, NATIONAUX ET TERRITORIAUX

Analyzing, evaluating and building the appropriate responses to problems related to public action in addition to mapping influence networks, creating or responding to requests for tender.

  • Public Affairs Consultant
  • Public Policy Evaluation Consultant
  • Development Manager
  • Security Manager
  • Project Manager for educational projects, public education sector

Public Affairs Consultant:

This is an advisory and recommendation mission. Public Affairs Consultants are in charge of defining the lobbying strategy for the consultancy firm’s clients and operational monitoring of its implementation. They listen to, gather, and put the client’s needs into writing; they keep a watching brief on parliamentary and institutional activities. They must be capable of analyzing the different stakes linked to any position statement, manage relations between the diverse stakeholders involved in the file (public authorities, journalists, clients…) and coordinate information sharing amongst them.

IN LOCAL/REGIONAL GOVERNMENT

MAIRIES [TOWN HALLS], CONSEILS RÉGIONAUX [REGIONAL COUNCILS], CONSEILS GÉNÉRAUX [GENERAL COUNCIL OF A FRENCH DEPARTMENT], COMMUNAUTÉS DE COMMUNES [GROUPINGS OF VILLAGES/TOWNS]

Support elected representatives in running public projects, be responsible for political and institutional communication, administer departments, manage legislative monitoring.

  • Chief of staff
  • Head of department
  • Technical advisor
  • Advisor on Legal and Litigation Issues
  • Political and Public Subsidies Manager
  • Public Affairs Manager

Public Affairs Manager:

Sets up and leads a network of elected representatives and civil servants within local government organizations. Is involved in strategical, decision making and implementation operations. Defines and sets up action plans, prospection plans, identifies and liaises with decision-making counterparts in other organizations, uses and develops networks.

  • Head of international development for French companies
  • Deputy department director
  • Assistant to the Economic and Commercial Consultant
  • Administrative Manager
  • Assistant to the Counsellor for Co-operation and Cultural Affairs

IN EMBASSIES

Coordinates development or cultural projects, manages requests from companies or local partners, does economic, strategic and political studies.

Le conseiller d’action culturelle :

Works closely with the Ambassador. In charge of defining and driving the strategy in the following fields: cooperation, culture and development aid. Advises the Ambassador in his/her field of expertise, runs all the EFAs (Establishments with Financial Autonomy), coordinates the operations of the ministry and its partners, defines the Embassy’s communication strategy.