European University Institute (EUI)

The European University Institute (EUI) is an academic institution set up in 1972 by the then Member States of the European Union, providing doctoral training in Law, Economics, History and Civilisation and Political and Social Sciences with special reference to Europe. In addition to the departments, the Institute includes the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS), which focuses on inter-disciplinary, comparative and policy research, the Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies, which prepares fellows for a career in academia, and the School of Transnational Governance, which sets out to study, debate and teach matters pertaining to governance beyond the State. The Institute also hosts the Historical Archives of the European Union. The EUI is not an EU Institution or body, but an inter-governmental organization, funded directly by the signatory states, partly by the European Commission and to some extent through external funding. The EUI provides a multinational work environment in an intellectually stimulating atmosphere.


Florence, Italy
International Public Sector
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Competitive
Under the supervision of the Chief Accountant, the selected candidate will support the preparation, keeping and presentation of accounts in accordance with the European University Institute’s Financial Rules and International applicable rules and in the design, implementation and execution of internal control procedures in the areas related to accounting functions and responsibilities.
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Florence, Italy
International Public Sector
Contract
Competitive
Reporting to the Director of the Information and Communication Technology Service, the successful candidate will carry out tasks related to the evolution of the Financial Information System, building and maintaining financial-related applications, and to the integration of SAP with internal and external systems.
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