Welcome to 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...

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EPSO is currently undergoing a thorough transformation process for staff selection to better respond to the evolving needs of the EU institutions and the realities of today’s labour market.

Are you a multilingual lawyer, interested in pursuing an international career?

Call for cooperation to all EU diversity & inclusion organisations - Join our network!

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Contract staff positions are available for a wide range of jobs, requiring different levels of qualifications.

Working for the EU

An EU career offers candidates a rich and rewarding work environment. Enjoy making a difference for Europe and working daily on topical issues. Find out what else an EU career has to offer.

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NEW – updated 23/09/2021: EPSO is constantly monitoring the evolution of the coronavirus COVID-19. Due to the unpredictability of the situation, EPSO is still following all appropriate precautionary measures in line with the instructions and guidelines provided by the EU institutions and national authorities.

Through the new multilingual digital platform, people from all across Europe can – for the first time ever at EU level – have a greater say on what they expect from the EU, and comment on the ideas of others.

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Would you like to join the EU institutions in Luxembourg?

Find answers to your questions

Having problems? Please review our help categories in our FAQs. If you still don't find an answer, you will be guided to our contact form to send us your question(s).

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We have been made aware of fraudulent job offers falsely stating that they are issued by EPSO. We strongly encourage you to be suspicious of unsolicited communication that ask for personal information or financial payment.