European Personnel Selection Office – EU Careers


Are you looking for an exciting new career in a dynamic, fast-paced environment? Then look no further than the EU.


Whether you’re working for an EU institution or an EU agency, the EU offers a stimulating and challenging workplace for everyone. The EU welcomes applicants from all walks of life, so a career with the EU means working with a diverse and multicultural group of colleagues.

You will have the opportunity to make the most of your language skills, too. Most posts at the EU require that you speak at least two EU languages. Start a career with the EU and you will be able to further improve your language skills by attending language courses.

Support will also be offered to all new members of staff to ensure that they realise their full potential in their chosen career. A competitive salary is offered to all successful applicants.


EU Careers – German Nationals

Welcome to EU Careers – German Nationals Online Careers Fair – Tuesday 17 October, 2017

Opportunities across EU Agencies, including:

  • Experts in Media and Digital Communications
  • Translators
  • Generalists

During this event, you will be able to connect directly with recruiters from EU Careers (European Personnel Selection Office) about career opportunities from the comfort of your home, office, smartphone or tablet.

Register for this event


Key skills required:

  • Are you a German national?
  • Have you completed secondary education?
  • Do you have a minimum of 2 years’ experience?
  • Do you have a good command of at least 2 EU languages?

Why register?

As an attendee, you have the ability to explore employer information and opportunities. Choose an opportunity or recruitment competition you want to learn more about or apply to and then engage in one-on-one text-based conversations directly with a recruiter from EU Careers.

You can share your background, experience, résumé and ask questions. Maximize your time in the event by getting in line to chat with representatives from more than one company at a time.

Register for this event

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Competitive
You must have knowledge of at least 3 official EU languages. You must have knowledge of the language of the competition at C2 level (perfect knowledge), of English, French or German at minimum C1 level (thorough knowledge) and of a third official EU language at minimum C1 level (thorough knowledge).
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Brussels, Belgium
International Public Sector
Contract
Competitive
The incumbent will conduct analysis and formulation of policies in the fields of EU action and follow and contribute proactively to policy implementation in specific sectorial policies, drafting policy analysis notes and briefings
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Brussels, Belgium
International Public Sector
Contract
Competitive
In general, secretaries/clerks provide support to one or several people, departments or units within the institution, often using IT tools such as word-processing, spreadsheets and databases. A thorough knowledge of these IT tools is therefore required.
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Brussel, Belgium
International Public Sector
Contract
Competitive
The incumbent is in charge of relations with citizens, stakeholders, visitors, media, opinion multipliers, civil society, schools, and universities
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Company Statistics

Established

2002

Location

Brussels, Belgium