A career at Eurostat means a meaningful work to contribute to Eurostat's mission: to be the leading provider of high quality statistics on Europe. We offer a dynamic career with opportunities to change direction/field throughout your career and to develop specific skills. Read more
The official website of the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) provides information about career opportunities in the European Institutions and on ongoing and future competitions.
Laureates of EU competitions can register and update their CV in the EU CV online database.
Seconded national experts (SNEs or Experts National Detachés, ENDs, in French) are national or international civil servants or persons employed in the private sector who are working temporarily for the Commission. Their task is to assist Commission officials, carrying out the duties assigned to them under the work programme drawn up when they apply for the secondment.
The purpose of secondments is two-fold: to bring to the Commission the experience of issues dealt with in a national administration of the SNE and for him/her to take back home the knowledge of Community issues acquired during the secondment.
The rules governing SNEs working for the Commission include details concerning the rights and obligations, social security, working hours, leave and absences and the allowances and reimbursements to which an SNE may be entitled.
Information about career and benefits of SNEs as well as the published vacant posts are available on Eurostat's website . The vacant posts are also available at the Permanent Representations.
Contract agent jobs are available in Eurostat for a wide range of activities, requiring different levels of qualifications, mainly for the following profiles: statistical officer (CA FG IV), statistical assistant or database manager (CA FG III and FG II) and secretaries (CA FG II). The selection of contract agents staff is organised by the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) after a call for interest. Read more.
Twice a year, the European Commission offers five-month traineeships to young university graduates from EU Member States and from non-EU countries, the so called Blubook Traineeships. Eurostat offers traineeships mainly in the fields of statistics, economics, and computer science. They start their traineeship on 1 March and 1 October every year. The selection and recruitment are organised by the Traineeship Office in Directorate-General Education and Culture.. Read more Traineeships Office page
Unpaid traineeships can be offered to students pursuing or coming to the end of the studies. Read more