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EU Careers - useful links

Cliona Connolly
05.11.2015 - 15:15
European Union

The EU institutions employ some 50 000 men and women from across the 28 Member State countries.

The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) organises 'open competitions' to select personnel for permanent and non-permanent positions. Aside from permanent staff, the EU also employs contractual agents and temporary staff, offers traineeships and maintains databases of area experts.

The European Parliament employs around 8 000 officials and other staff in total posted to Parliament’s three places of work (Luxembourg, Strasbourg, and Brussels) and in the Information Offices located in the Member States. 

Useful links

European Parliament career and traineeship opportunities: http://www.europarl.ie/resource/static/files/schools/join-the-european-parliament.pdf

In Ireland, EUjobs.ie is a Department of the Taoiseach webpage dedicated to supporting Irish citizens interested in pursuing a career in the EU institutions: http://www.eujobs.ie

EPP Group careers information:http://www.eppgroup.eu/careers

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