There is currently 1 trainee position available at JRC-IRMM.
Standards for Innovation and sustainable Development:
The minimum duration of traineeships at JRC-IRMM is three months and the maximum is normally five months. The calls are open to applicants from EU Member States, candidate countries and countries contributing financially to the Framework Programme.
Trainees will receive a grant of 1.087,40 EUR (543,70 EUR for trainees living less than 50 km from the JRC site) per month of in-service training carried out. A disability allowance may be granted where appropriate (see Art. 6.3 of the traineeship rules below).
(Please note that these figures are only for guidance and do not constitute a commitment on the employer's part.)
How to apply
If you are interested in one of the projects published, please submit an ON-LINE application within the deadline of the chosen project.
There are no supporting documents required at this stage of the procedure.
In the course of your on-line application you will come accross a field named 'additional information'. Please use this field to give us more detailed information about your studies, professional experience and competences acquired, e.g.:
- Domains of university education: main fields studied, title of thesis, specific specialization, …
- Professional experience: projects undertaken, functions and tasks executed, …
- Competences demonstrated: technical skills, management skills, …
- Publication list, …
Details on the Traineeship scheme may be found on the JRC Trainees page.
For enquiries on the application procedure, please contact .
All applicants will receive a notification about the outcome of the selection within 3 months after the deadline of the call.
The European Commission is an equal opportunities employer and accepts applications without distinction on the grounds of race, political, philosophical or religious conviction, sex or sexual orientation and regardless of disabilities, marital status or family situation.
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