The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) is at the heart of insurance and occupational pension supervision for the European Union. EIOPA is part of the European System of Financial Supervision consisting of three European Supervisory Authorities and the European Systemic Risk Board. It is an independent advisory body to the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission.
Careers at EIOPA are open to nationals of the 28 European Union Member States plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
The working and contractual conditions of the EIOPA staff are based on the
Staff Regulations (SR) and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Communities (CEOS). These foundations allow EIOPA to offer its staff competitive remuneration conditions, a long term career perspective as well as life-long learning opportunities. On top of this EIOPA Staff is privileged to enjoy the high quality of living only a multicultural environment like the City of Frankfurt offers its inhabitants in the centre of Europe.
Additional information on the conditions of employment you can find in the following links:
Implementing rules concerning the use and engagement of temporary agents (EIOPA-MB-15/ 072)
Implementing rules concerning classification in step on appointment or engagement of temporary agents (EIOPA-MB-14-004, Annex I.4)
Implementing rules concerning the use and engagement of contract agents (EIOPA-MB-11/021)
- Privacy statement related to the processing of personal data with regard to the Selection and Recruitment of Temporary Agents, Contract Agents and Seconded National Experts (EIOPA-15-788 REV3 Privacy Statement Recruitment).
Please note that we are unable to consider any unsolicited applications (also for Internships) whether received by post or by e-mail. We welcome applications to all open positions below. To see the panel composition of current recruitment campaigns, please open this document.
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Applications should be submitted in English language including (1) a CV clearly indicating responsibilities and experience gained in previous positions (please list exact dates of your work experience and academic qualifications gained) and (2) a motivation letter of no more than one page, explaining why you are interested in the post and what would be the added value you would bring to EIOPA if selected.
Applicants will be assessed on the basis of the eligibility and selection criteria specified in the vacancy notice and these must be met by the closing date of the vacancy notice.
For your information please find
here a candidate manual giving you more insight into our recruitment process. If following your application you would be invited for an interview in Frankfurt you can find
here the guidelines applicable for the reimbursement of your travel costs.
Applications should be submitted to
firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying the reference number of the vacancy in the subject line.
It is important that the applications reach us before the application deadline, which is clearly stated in the vacancy notice. Applicants are strongly advised
not to wait until the last day to submit their applications, since heavy internet traffic or a fault with the internet connection or any other chance occurrence could lead to difficulties in submission. EIOPA cannot be held responsible for any delay due to such difficulties and applications received after the application deadline will therefore not be considered.