Did you study political science, international relations, security studies, international law or other relevant discipline? The European Union Institute for Security Studies is looking for an Associate Analyst in its office in Brussels! Apply now!

 

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Organization: The European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is the Union’s agency dealing with the analysis of foreign, security and defence policy issues. The Institute was set up in January 2002 as an autonomous agency under the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) to foster a common security culture for the EU, support the elaboration and projection of its foreign policy, and enrich the strategic debate inside and outside Europe. Based in Paris, with a Liaison Office in Brussels, the EUISS is now an integral part of the new structures that underpin the further development of the CFSP/CSDP.
The Institute’s core mission is to provide analyses and fora for discussion that can be of use and relevance to the formulation of EU policy. In carrying out that mission, it also acts as an interface between European experts and decision-makers at all levels.
The Institute is funded by the EU member states according to a GNI-based formula. It is governed by a Board, chaired by the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (HR/VP), which lays down its budgetary and administrative rules and approves its work programme. The Institute team's events are intended to enhance the Union’s analytical capacity and facilitate the shaping of common approaches. They bring together EU officials, national experts, academics, decision-makers, media and civil society representatives from the EU member states, as well as the rest of the world.

 

Duty Station:  Brussels

 

Open To: Candidates with a master’s degree in political science, international relations, security studies, international law or other relevant discipline

 

Timeframe: Two years from April 2018

 

Deadline: 28 Febbraio 2018

 

Job description: The EUISS seeks to hire an Associate Analyst who will join a highly qualified and motivated team engaged in the implementation of the EU-funded project ‘EU Cyber Direct’. The successful candidate will have a unique opportunity to participate in research, policy support, and outreach activities undertaken in the framework of the project. The aim of the project is to promote EU engagement with strategic partners (Brazil, China, India, Japan, South Korea, and the United States) in the field of cyber diplomacy and cyber resilience, in particular through the promotion of the application of existing international law to cyberspace, norms of responsible state behaviour, and confidence-building measures.
The job may involve travel outside of the place of employment. The main responsibilities are:
- Support to research and policy analysis, in particular with regard to the identification and assessment of stakeholders and their positions on relevant issues (i.e. international law, norms and CBMs)
- Policy analysis of key issues and opportunities for EU engagement with strategic partners and development of different analytical tools to prepare the EU’s international engagement, including legal analyses, case studies and lessons learned as a basis for further dialogue and consensus-building
- Support to outreach activities, including dealing with logistical aspects of an event such as preparation and management of the events budget, preparation and diffusion of the programme, managing the event registration process, travel and accommodation arrangements for speakers and participants, as required

 

Qualifications:

- Be a national of a member state of the European Union who enjoys full rights as a citizen attested by a recent extract from judicial records and/or certificate of good conduct
- Have fulfilled any obligations imposed by national law on military service
- Be physically fit to perform the required duties
- A minimum of a master’s degree in political science, international relations, security studies, international law or other relevant discipline
- At least one year’s experience of working for a research institute, think tank, governmental or non-governmental organisation or similar in cyber-related research and/or policy support projects
- Excellent understanding of global debates related to stability in cyberspace, in particular concerning the application of existing international law to cyberspace, norms of state behaviour and confidence-building measures
- A sound knowledge of EU institutions and of the EU’s cyber-related policies, in particular familiarity with the work of the EEAS and the broader European foreign policy and external action machinery
- Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (full proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and diplomatic skills and an ability to operate in a multi-national setting
- Excellent organisational skills, ability to prioritise and multitask
- Sense of initiative
- Experience with track 1.5/2.0 processes is desired
- Knowledge of the domestic and foreign policy of China and/or India is desired
- A proven record of collaboration with EU institutions and bodies
- Excellent English writing and speaking skills; good command of another official EU language.

 

Wage:  A monthly salary of €3,500 a month, subject to national taxes and social insurance

 

Application process: All interested candidates must complete the online application form (see useful links) and attach:
- A detailed CV (with a clear indication of educational attainment and professional experience)
- A list of relevant publications and research projects, if applicable

- A cover letter addressed to the Director, outlining the reasons for the candidate’s interest in the position and the applicant’s main strengths and experience with cyber-related projects
- The names of two referees, including their institutional affiliations and contact information

 

Useful links:

Application Form

Opportunity

EUISS

 

Contact information:

Justus Lipsius Building, 175

rue de la Loi, 00-FG-14,

1048, Brussels, Belgium

Tel: +32 (0)2 231 0128



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The ECSEL Joint Undertaking (ECSEL JU) operates a traineeship programme that gives trainees an understanding of the ECSEL JU and its role within the activities of the European Union. If you are interested, apply now!

 

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Organization/Company: The ECSEL Joint Undertaking - the Public-Private Partnership for Electronic Components and Systems – funds Research, Development and Innovation projects for world-class expertise in these key enabling technologies, essential for Europe's competitive leadership in the era of the digital economy. Through the ECSEL JU, the European industry, SMEs and Research and Technology Organisations are supported and co-financed by 29 ECSEL Participating States and the European Union. ECSEL JU launches annual Calls for Proposals for research, development and innovation projects.

The ECSEL JU Objectives

- Contribute to the development of a strong and globally competitive electronics components and systems industry in the European Union

- Ensure the availability of electronic components and systems for key markets and for addressing societal challenges bridging the gap between research and exploitation, strengthening innovation capabilities and creating economic and employment growth in the Union

- Align strategies with Member States to attract private investment

- Secure and strengthen a commanding position in design and systems engineering

- Build a dynamic ecosystem involving Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises



Duty Station:  Brussels, Belgium

 

Open To: All citizens meeting the requirements

 

Timeframe: Within the year 2018

 

Deadline: 23 February 2018 at 12.00

 

Job description: The ECSEL Joint Undertaking (ECSEL JU) operates a traineeship programme. The programme gives trainees an understanding of the ECSEL JU and its role within the activities of the European Union, enables them to acquire practical knowledge of the ECSEL JU and its regulatory framework and to obtain professional experience in the course of their work.

The trainees will have an opportunity to:

- Work in a multicultural and multilingual environment, contributing to the development of mutual understanding, trust and tolerance

- Put into practice knowledge acquired during their studies, particularly in their specific areas of competence

- Experience professional life and its constraints, duties and opportunities

- Acquire practical experience and knowledge of the day-to-day work of an EU organisation in an international environment

 

Qualifications:

- Possession of a university degree at the time of applying. Candidates must provide copies of the diplomas or other relevant certificates

- An excellent command of oral and written English and one or more other official Union languages

- Very good knowledge of Microsoft tools

- Good communication skills (writing and oral) and capacity to respond in time to urgent situations

- Candidates should be national of a Member State of the European Economic Area (the 28 Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway)

 

Wage/Fees:  The ECSEL JU pays a monthly grant of EUR 1,159.44 net per month and may pay a travel allowance to compensate the expenses incurred at the beginning and at the end of the traineeship from the place of residence. Grants awarded to trainees are not subject to the special tax regulations applying to officials and other servants of the European Union. The ECSEL JU does not cover sickness nor accident insurance

 

Application process: Interested candidates should send a motivation letter in English together with their CV in EU format and a copy of their university degree by e-mail at the latest by 23 February 2018 at 12.00. Applications have to fit with requirement in the present Vacancy Notice. After analysis of CVs, the more suitable candidates will be invited to an interview

 

Useful links:

link to the offer

link to the website



Contact information:

Avenue de la Toison d'Or 56-60

1060 Brussels, Belgium

Phone: 00 32 2 221 81 02

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Are you playing an active role supporting gender equality and women empowerment at the local, national or regional level? Do you want to share your vision of the future? Apply for the Young Leaders Programme and grab the chance to be invited to Brussels to share your ideas!

 

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 Organization: the European Commission (EC) is the executive body of the European Union responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the EU treaties and managing the day-to-day business of the EU. Commissioners. 28 in number, swear an oath at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, pledging to respect the treaties and to be completely independent in carrying out their duties during their mandate

 

Duty Station:  Brussels

 

Open To: young people aged 21-26

 

Deadline: 2 March 2018

 

Job description: the European Commission is inviting young people from around the world to play an active role in this year’s European Development Days (EDD). It is looking for 15 extraordinary young people aged 21-26 who can represent the powerful impact that youth are having in the development field. The Young Leaders Programme will consist of a 10-day visit to Brussels, where Young Leaders will meet EU experts, stakeholders and play a leading role in the EDD Programme, which will include speaking in various session alongside global leaders

 

Qualifications:

- the young leader should select the EDD 2018 Topic on which you would like to speak

- the Young Leaders are expected to have a minimum level of intermediate English

(Level B2 in the “Common European Framework of References for Languages”)

- It is important that the Young Leaders invited to speak at EDD 2018 represent other youth, and don’t only speak in their name only. The European Commision is looking for candidates who have proven leadership in projects, organisations, initiatives and who are able to represent other youth at the forum

- the Young Leaders are expected to be actively committed to development in general and, more specifically, the topics of their choice. Activities can include a variety of different ways of getting involved, such as building a project, leading a group, conducting research, or volunteering for a cause related to your topics of choice

 

Application process: to apply create your account here and then fill in this form. During the application process you will be asked to:

- provide a one-page reference letter from someone who can confirm your involvement and representative role (include contact details)

- upload a link to a 2-min video on Youtube, to present yourself, your vision of your chosen topic and why you would be a good youth representative at EDD 2018 (in English)

 

Useful links:

EuDevDays2018

Application page

 

Contact information:

All contact information are available at the left side of this page

 

 

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Equinet, European network of equality bodies, offers traineeship in the field of equality and anti-discrimination in its office in Brussels. Apply now!

 

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Organization: Equinet, European Network of Equality Bodies is an international not-for-profit association with an operational secretariat based in Brussels since the end of 2007. Equinet brings together 46 organizations from 34 European countries, which are empowered to counteract discrimination as national equality bodies across a range of grounds including age, disability, gender, race or ethnic origin, religion or belief, and sexual orientation. Equinet, European Network of Equality Bodies, promotes equality in Europe through supporting and enabling the work of national equality bodies. It supports equality bodies to be independent and effective as valuable catalysts for more equal societies. Equinet seeks to engage in advancing equality in practice by facilitating the contributions and a stronger voice of national equality bodies to the wider European debate.
Equinet values and promotes: respect for and recognition of the diversity of individuals and groups in society, equality on grounds such as gender and gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, and age. The potential of equality bodies to contribute to positive change for individuals, organisations and institutions, and society as a whole.
Equinet operates in a manner that reflects a shared ownership and control of the network by its members, relies on the active contribution of the equality bodies that form part of the network, reflects the needs and interests that are common to equality bodies, takes account of the diversity of equality bodies.
It is based on constructive cooperation and openness.

 

Duty Station:  Brussels

 

Open To: Candidates who meet the requirements

 

Timeframe: traineeship  should start  in the periodo August/October or February/March; it should last for maximum 6 months

 

Deadline: Open

 

Job description: Equinet offers the traineeship in the framework of a Convention d’Immersion Professionnelle under Belgian law with a financial monthly compensation and other benefits. Equinet traineeships offer:
- Work experience in a pan-European membership Network
-Opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge and expertise in policy developments regarding equality and anti-discrimination at the EU level and in the organisation of EU-level events
- Developing knowledge of the work of the EU institutions and the national equality bodies in Europe in a context of anti-discrimination and equal treatment legislation
- Opportunity to help organise and participate in European-level Equinet events designed for experts from equality bodies and external stakeholders
- A dynamic working environment within a professional Secretariat of six staff members

 

Qualifications: Recent graduates who want to get a first professional experience in a field related to the main focus of their studies

 

Wage: Not specified

 

Application process: Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letter in English to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Useful links:

Traineership

Equinet

 

Contact information:

Rue Royale / Koningsstraat 138

1000 Brussels - Belgium

Tel : +32 (0) 2 212 3182

Fax : +32 (0) 2 212 3030





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Do you have a degree in law, political sciences, international relations, EU studies, economics, translation, human resources or other related subjects? Don’t let the opportunity of doing a traineeship with the General Secretariat of the Council: apply now!

 

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Organization/Company: The European Council is one of the 7 European Union Institutions. The General Secretariat of the Council (GSC) is the body of staff responsible for assisting 2 EU institutions:

- The European Council

- The Council of the EU, including its presidencies, the Permanent Representatives Committee (Coreper) and the other Council committees and working parties

The GSC helps organise and ensure the coherence of the Council's work and the implementation of its 18-month programme. It assists the European Council and its President and also supports the Council presidency in negotiations within the Council and with the other EU institutions. The main tasks of the GSC are:

- To assist, advise and help coordinate the work of the Council and the European Council, including the implementation of the Council's 18-month programme

- To support the Council presidency in negotiations within the Council and with other EU institutions

- To provide logistical support and handle the practical organisation of meetings (including meeting rooms, document production and translation)

- To prepare draft agendas, reports, notes and minutes of meetings at all levels

When necessary, the GSC also handles the practical organisation of high-level meetings with heads of state and government or ambassadors from non-EU countries.

In addition, the GSC legal service gives opinions to the Council and its committees, in order to ensure that Council acts are lawful and well-drafted. It also represents the Council in judicial proceedings before the European Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal.

The GSC also has a number of very specific responsibilities

 

Duty Station:  Brussels, Belgium

 

Open To: All EU citizens who meet the requirements

 

Timeframe:

- From 1st February to 30th June (I period)

- From 1st September to 31st January (II period)

 

Deadline: Open

 

Job description: The General Secretariat of the Council - GSC - offers paid and unpaid traineeships to EU citizens with qualifications in law, political science, international relations, EU studies, economics, translation, human resources, communication, education studies, computer sciences, graphic design, multimedia, agricultural technology, biochemical engineering, health and food safety, energy management, environment, aerospace engineering.

- Paid traineeships

The General Secretariat of the Council (GSC) offers around 100 paid traineeships a year to EU nationals who, by the deadline for submitting applications, have completed at least the first part of their university studies and have a degree certificate or equivalent.

If you are selected, you will be asked to supply the following supporting documents:        

- A legible copy of your passport or identity card

- A copy of your diplomas or official certificates

- Where necessary, proof of your professional experience, and proof or a substantiated declaration of your knowledge of the languages stated on the application form.

Any other optional document in support of your application for a traineeship, such as references, can be sent together with the supporting documents.

Supporting documents do not need to be sent when you make your online application. You will be asked for them if you are offered a traineeship. You will not be admitted unless you supply the complete file. You will have to deliver proof for all information in your application form (education, professional experience, language knowledge). Therefore you should only include information in the application form for which you have supporting documents.

Keep a copy of all the documents you send to the traineeships office. Please do not send the originals of degree certificates.

Successful applicants will receive an offer by e-mail stating the period of their traineeship and the department which they will be assigned to. Once they accept the offer, the Traineeships Office will send them a traineeship agreement.

 

- Compulsory unpaid traineeships

The GSC offers around 20 unpaid traineeships per year. These traineeships are for third, fourth or fifth year university students who have to do a compulsory training period as part of their course. These traineeships are for third, fourth or fifth year university students who have to do a compulsory training period as part of their studies. Also students who are required to do research for a thesis or a doctorate may apply.

If selected a traineeship agreement will be signed with you. No other agreement or convention (e.g. with your university) will be signed.

All correspondence will be sent to the address indicated on the application form. Please ensure you notify the traineeships office by e-mail if your address changes. This address will be used both in the traineeship offer and for the administrative processing of your file, and will be considered as your place of recruitment.

If you are successful, you will receive an offer by e-mail stating the period of your traineeship and the department where you will work. You will be asked to supply the following documents to support the information in the application form:

- A legible copy of your passport or identity card

- A copy of your diplomas or official certificates (where necessary)

- Proof of your professional experience (where necessary)

- Proof or a substantiated declaration of your knowledge of the languages stated on the application form

Keep a copy of all the documents you send to the Traineeships Office. Please do not send the originals of degree certificates.

After verification of supporting documents, the Traineeships Office will send you a traineeship agreement for signature. No other agreement or convention (e.g. with your university) will be signed.

 

The GSC also offers traineeships for students of national administration schools. Applications must be sent to the Council's director of human resources by the candidates'  national administration school.

Contact the traineeships office to request more information.

 

Qualifications:

- Be EU citizens

- Citizens from candidate countries that have concluded EU accession negotiations

- Good knowledge of French or English and the ability to communicate in one of these languages is required

- Qualifications in law, political science, international relations, EU studies, economics, translation, human resources, communication, education studies, computer sciences, graphic design, multimedia, agricultural technology, biochemical engineering, health and food safety, energy management, environment, aerospace engineering

- For paid traineeships, applicants must have graduated from a university or equivalent higher-education establishment and have a degree certificate or equivalent

 

Wage: Expected for paid traineeships, unspecified the amount  

 

Application process:

- Paid traineeships

Applications for 2018 traineeships first period are now closed. You can apply for 2018 traineeship second period when the applications open. The applications must be submitted using the online system between 15 January and 15 March 2018.

To apply for traineeships, you must go to this page, create an account and fill in all field, so that you have a complete and thorough profile

All correspondence will be sent to the address given in your electronic profile. Please ensure you update your profile if your address changes. This address will be used both in the traineeship offer and for the administrative processing of your file, and will be considered as your place of recruitment.

Emails from the traineeships office often end up in the spam folder of Gmail, Hotmail and various other types of email accounts. Please check your spam folder regularly for incoming messages from "bureau de stages" (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Also, kindly make sure that you supply a contact phone number in your application form, so that we may get in touch with you in case of need.

First period selected candidates will be contacted in December at the latest, second period selected candidates will be contacted in May at the latest.

 

- Compulsory unpaid traineeships

Applications for compulsory unpaid traineeships must be submitted via e-mail and must include:

- A completed application form

- An official certificate from your education establishment certifying either that you are required to complete a traineeship as part of your studies or for access to a profession, or that you are required to do research for a thesis or a doctorate.

Supporting documents do not need to be sent with the application form. You will be asked for them if you are offered a traineeship. You will not be admitted unless you supply the complete file. You will have to deliver proof for all information in your application form (i.e. education, professional experience, language knowledge) if you are selected. Therefore you should only include information in the application form for which you have supporting documents. You can also include optional supporting documents, such as references, in your file.

 

Applications will not be accepted from candidates who have already benefited from any kind of training  (paid or unpaid) or employment for more than 6 weeks within an EU institution, body, agency or office.



Useful information: The GSC receives about 4,000 applications a year for the paid traineeships. Unfortunately, there are only 100 places available.

Unsuccessful candidates will be informed by e-mail or via their EPSO account at the end of January 2018 (for traineeships starting in February) and at the end of June 2018 (for traineeships starting in September).

If you are unsuccessful you can apply again during the next recruitment period.

You should send your complete application via e-mail with the application form and the certificate from your university in PDF format.

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

How to apply

General Secretariat

European Council

Contact page

 

Contact information:

Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat 175

B-1048 Brussels, Belgium

Tel.: +32 22816111

Fax: +32 22816934

- Information office

Tel.: +32 22815650

Fax: +32 22814977

- Information on traineeships

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Tel.: +32 22813677



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Apply for this paid internship in an european network in Brussels!

 

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Organization: The Assembly of European Regions (AER) is a network for and of regional and local politicians, addressing political concerns of a pan-European nature and fostering leadership excellence on all levels of governance. It was formed 30 years ago, in a radically different world indeed. The founding regions met in Louvaine-la-Neuve on 14.15 June 1985 and created the AER, which at the beginning was called CRE/CER (Conseil des Régions d’Europe / Council of European Regions). The politicians strongly favouring the concept of regionalism as well as fervent Europeans, representing 47 Regions, decided to found the Assembly of European Regions. They were joined by 9 interregional organisations, seeking the support of a larger political entity. In 1986, the Council of Europe honoured AER’s status as a fundamental European organisation representing regions. The aim of the organization is to provide services for better decision-making and provide visibility, putting regions on the map. The organization embraces globalisation, beyond Europe, and acknowledge the need of diversity, inclusion and a multi-cultural approach in search of solutions. The perspective of regional policy making is grounded in the territories, cultures, histories and lives of the citizens.

The year 1985 was proclaimed by the United Nations as the International Youth Year. The same year AER launched its first programme, Eurodyssey, designed to promote and encourage youth mobility.



Duty Station:  Brussels

 

Open To: Candidates who meets the requirements

 

Timeframe: 6 months, starting at the end of February/beginning of March

 

Deadline: 19th January 2018

 

Job description: AER is looking for an intern to join the Project Unit at our Brussels Office, supervised by the European Projects & Private Partnerships coordinator. The main tasks will be:

- Mapping calls for proposals and collecting information on funding (both based on desk research and by participating to relevant events as Info Days on funding programmes)

- Supporting AER’s projects team in its partner searches and follow-ups with its members

- Writing articles on the results of your mapping

- Contributing to the implementation of ongoing projects for all concerning activities and finances

- Providing inputs in terms of drafting documents to join new project proposals

- Assist the team in general office management tasks

 

Qualifications:

- Knowledge or previous experience in European project management and funding

- Excellent knowledge of both oral and written English

- Knowledge of any other European languages is considered as a useful asset

- Self-motivated and have interest in helping people to work together on tackling challenges

- Able to perform tasks autonomously and take responsibilities as well as to coordinate your work with the rest of the team

- Creative and problem-solving oriented person



Wage:  Monthly financial contribution of EUR 150

 

Application process: To apply, send your CV and cover letter to Davide Grison at his email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with email subject “AER European Projects Intern”.

 

Useful links:

Internship

AER

 

Contact information:

Phone: +32 2 400 10 54

Brussels office: 63-67 rue d’Arlon – B-1040 Brussels

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European Committee of the Regions (CoR) offers a limited number of university graduates a five-month traineeship

 

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Organization: The Committee of the Regions is the voice of regions and cities in the European Union. The European Committee of the Regions (CoR) is the European Union's (EU) assembly of local and regional representatives that provides sub-national authorities (i.e. regions, counties, provinces, municipalities and cities) with a direct voice within the EU's institutional framework.

Established in 1994, the CoR was set up to address two main issues. First, about three quarters of EU legislation is implemented at local or regional level, so local and regional representatives needed to have a say in the development of new EU laws. Second, there were concerns about a widening gap between the public and the process of European integration; involving the elected level of government closest to the citizens was one way of closing the gap

 

Duty station: Brussels, Belgium

 

Deadline:

-from 16 February to 15 July (spring session)

-from 16 September to 15 February (autumn session)

 

Description: Each trainee is assigned to a specific department of the CoR. The nature of the work depends largely on the unit. Some units are more politically oriented, others are more administrative. In general, the type of work assigned is equivalent to that performed by junior executive-grade officials (AD5).

The aim of the traineeship within the CoR is:

-to provide a unique, first-hand experience of the workings of the CoR in particular, and of the EU institutions in general

-to acquire practical experience and knowledge of the day-to-day work of the Committee's departments

-to work in a multicultural and multilingual environment

-to put into practice knowledge acquired during studies, particularly in your areas of competence

 

Requirements: To apply for a traineeship at the CoR, a number of basic requirements must be fulfilled.

Applicants must:

-be a national of one of the Member States of the European Union or of a State which is an official candidate for accession;

-have completed at least the first cycle of a higher education course and obtained a full degree by the closing date for applications

-have a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the European Union and a satisfactory knowledge of another EU-working language (French or English)

 

Wage: not specified

 

Application process: Applications are exclusively submitted online via an internet application form in English, French or German. Before you start filling in the form, please make sure that you have all the required information.

-There are mandatory and optional fields to complete. It is impossible for you to submit your application unless you complete all the mandatory fields. The other fields are optional, and are intended to help the Traineeships Office to establish a more detailed profile of you.

-Please check that all the information you provide is correct. Also check your form thoroughly before submitting it.

-You can return to your application form and make changes at any time before the submission deadline. After this date, no changes are allowed.

-Once your application is submitted electronically, you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt by e-mail. With this e-mail you will receive a personal access code. This allows you to check your status during the selection process. No correspondence is carried out regarding individual entries and the Traineeships Office does not provide feedback on evaluation or progress of applications.

-Any false statement or omission in the application form, even if unintentional, may lead to rejection of the application or cancellation of a traineeship.

 

Useful linksCoR

Vacancy

 

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