Administrators specialising in legal research (BG/DE/HR/IE/LT/SK)
Your legal expertise. Our body of laws.
Your Career. Our European Union.
The Court of Justice of the European Union is looking for highly talented lawyers with a qualification in Bulgarian, Croatian, German, Irish, Lithuanian or Slovakian law to work for the Court’s Research and Documentation Directorate in Luxembourg as permanent staff.
As a lawyer within this directorate you will:
- carry out preliminary analysis of cases introduced before the Court;
- do research on a wide variety of subjects with reference to national and EU law;
- carry out a systematic analysis of the decisions of the Court;
- develop research tools and tools for disseminating national and EU law.
To apply for the entry-grade (AD5) you should have:
- at least 3 years’ completed university studies attested by a law diploma.
To apply for a more senior position (AD7) you will need:
- at least 4 years’ completed university studies attested by a law diploma; and
- at least 6 years’ relevant professional experience.
You also need:
- EU citizenship;
- a thorough knowledge of the language of the competition: Bulgarian, German, Croatian, English/Irish, Lithuanian or Slovak (C1); and
- a good knowledge of French (B2).
Salary: EUR 4 384,38 (AD5) / EUR 5 612,65 (AD7) (indicative monthly starting salary for a 40-hour working week).
As well as providing support and assistance to new staff for relocation, the EU institutions also offer a comprehensive remuneration package, including pension and health insurance.
For full details on the profiles and the selection procedure read the Notice of Competition and the General Rules Governing Open Competitions.
Stay up-to-date about these competitions through: eu-careers.info.
All applicants will be given an equal opportunity to demonstrate their abilities. See more on equal opportunities and special needs.
Deadline for application: 31 March 2015 at 12.00 midday (Brussels time).