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The EUISS follows an independent and separate recruitment process from other EU institutions agencies. Unless otherwise indicated, opportunities are open only to nationals of European Union member states. Traineeships at the EUISS will be advertised in advance on this page. Please note that the EUISS will only consider applications in response to published vacancy notices and does not respond to unsolicited applications.

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  • From September 2017, the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is providing a limited number of paid traineeships to candidates who have obtained their Master’s degree.

  • The EUISS is seeking to create a roster of qualified experts in the field of graphic design and data visualisation who may be involved in its projects, publications and activities in Paris and Brussels.

  • From February 2017, the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is providing a limited number of paid traineeships to candidates who have obtained their Master’s degree.

  • The EUISS is seeking to create a roster of qualified experts which may be involved in its projects and activities in Paris and Brussels.

  • The EUISS is seeking to recruit an Accounting Assistant. The deadline for submitting applications has now been extended to Friday, 9 December 2016, 1800 CET
  • The EUISS is seeking to recruit a Project Coordinator specialised in the geographical area of, and matters relating to, Africa in support of the work of the EUISS at its Paris Headquarters.

  • From September 2016, the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is providing a limited number of traineeships to candidates who have obtained their Master’s degree.

  • From February 2016, the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is providing a limited number of traineeships to candidates who have obtained their Master’s degree.

  • The EUISS is seeking to recruit a junior professional as an Editorial Assistant to support the work of EUISS staff at its Paris Headquarters.

  • The EUISS intends to expand its rolling rosters of analysts with the creation of a roster for justice and home affairs. Targeted are experts with a recognised research record and work experience, and a proven ability to deliver relevant analysis at short notice and operate as project managers.

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