Working at Eurostat
Eurostat offers challenging and rewarding careers in the field of European statistics.
We are always looking for highly motivated and competent people with a wide range of skills and backgrounds from all over Europe. The majority of our staff work in the field of statistics, but we also offer posts in other fields, such as economics, IT, dissemination, budget and finance, management and secretarial assistance.
Most importantly, we want our staff to have more than professional skills: you should possess the passion to deliver results that make a difference, embrace innovative thinking, and be committed to work as part of a multicultural team.
We offer you more than just a job. With your skills and talent, you can contribute to the production of high quality statistics on Europe. These form the basis for fact-based decision making and ensure that we live in an informed society with reliable and comparable European statistics.
We offer opportunities to gain experience in various statistical areas throughout your career and a wide training programme in statistics and other fields. We actively promote a non-discrimination and equality policy and a good work-life balance through flexible arrangements, like teleworking.
To find out more about us and our work, please visit our website section ‘Who we are’.
How to apply
Permanent officials, temporary or contract agents and trainees
Eurostat is a Directorate-General of the European Commission and recruitment of Eurostat staff is organised by the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO). The European Commission offers various job opportunities and different types of employment, including permanent or temporary positions and traineeships..
We advise you to have a look at the ‘Jobs at the European Commission’ website as well as the website of EU careers managed by the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO).
For traineeship opportunities, please see the website of the Blue Book traineeship programme for further information and to make an application.
Please see below for current vacancies specifically in Eurostat. According to Article 29 of the Staff Regulations, the candidatures from officials of the Institutions and laureates of competitions have precedence over candidatures from other categories of persons. The post is therefore also published internally in the Commission and inter-institutionally, and it is brought to the attention of competition laureates via the appropriate channels. However, should no suitable candidate be found among these categories, it would be possible to consider other candidates for a temporary agent position.
Seconded National Experts (SNE)
Seconded national experts are national or international civil servants who are working temporarily for the Commission under the rules applicable to them ( Commission Decision C(2008)6866/3 of 12/11/2008).
If you would like to become a seconded national expert, please see our current vacancy notices: