Tips to get a Job in Eu

HOW TO GET AN EU JOB Getting a job in European Union institutions in Brussels or elsewhere is no easy task, but working in EU affairs is a great career choice. Find out you everything you need to know about EU careers from Online EU Training, the leader in EU recruitment preparation and advice. TYPE OF JOBS IN EU AFFAIRS WORKING "WITH" AND WORKING "FOR" EU INSTITUTIONS: VOTE Industry trade associations, industry representative Academic Diplomatic national diplomat, expert, local representative Political NGOS, assistant to a Member of the European Parliament, advocacy organisations Private sector EUpublic affairs consultant, competition lawyer, lobbyist EU officials permanent official, temporary or contract agents, seconded national experts, trainees researcher, think-tank associate EU OFFICIALS IN 2012 European Economic 1,36% and Social Committee 0,98% Committee (524) (724) of the Regions 1,6% (867) 0,07% European Data (41) Court of Auditors Protection Supervisor European Court3,68% of Justice 0,12% European Ombudsman (1954) (64) EU Agencies 12,3% & other bodies 3,1% European External (1643) (6557) Action Service European Council & Council of Ministers 5,9% (3173) 58% 12,3% European Parliament (6537) (30 906) European Commission (incl. temporary agents, contract agents, seconded national experts): WHERE THEY WORK: Outside EU 6,78% Brussels 72% Luxemburg 0,4% 12,6% 9,7% Other countries in the world In EU Member States SALARY & POSITIONS IN EU INSTITUTIONS TEMPORARY POSTS B PERMANENT POSTS Trainee: (5 months) 1000-1200 eur Assistant: (ASTI - AST8) 2200-7000 eur E.g.: secretary, financial assistant, project management assistant Contract agent: (3 months -3 years) 1600-5000 eur Seconded national expert: (5-24 months). 3000-5000 eur Administrator: (AD5 - AD16) 4000-15000 eur E.g: EU public administrator, lawyer, economist, external relations officer Temporary agent: (3-6 years) . 2500-12000 eur * The indicated amounts refer to the net monthly salary. The net salary depends on many factors, such as seniority, place of recruitment, family status and others. This is only an indication and actual salaries may differ. BENEFITS OF AN EU JOB EU OFFICIALS GET THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS: FREE Possibility of taking maximum 15 years of sabbatical VAT-free purchases for 1 year (if recruited from outside Belgium) 27+ days off per year Free European schools for their children until 18 Premium health insurance & pension EU RECRUITMENT SYSTEM Administrators Linguists Assistants Specialists PUBLICATION OF EXAMS - ONLINE REGISTRATION March June/July November/December Based on need PRE-SELECTION TESTS April/May September/October - verbal reasoning test - numerical reasoning test abstract reasoning test - situational judgment test February/March Variable - verbal reasoning test - numerical reasoning test - abstract reasoning test - verbal reasoning test - numerical reasoning test abstract reasoning test situational judgment test - organising and prioritising test accuracy and precision test - computer literacy - verbal reasoning test - numerical reasoning test - abstract reasoning test - situational judgment test - situational judgment test ASSESSMENT CENTRE Sept/Oct/Nov Jan/Feb/March May/June Variable - structured interview - oral presentation - group exercise - written case study structured interview - structured interview - structured interview - oral presentation -group exercise - written case study - translation/interpreting -e-tray exercise -group exercise -written case study RESERVE LIST PUBLICATION - RECRUITMENT 9. THE EU PERSONNEL SELECTION OFFICE (EPSO) EXAM 45 23 1000 months Takes around 9 months from start to finish. Can be taken in 45 test Can be taken in Selects some 1000 EU centres in Europe and around the world. 23 languages. officials per year. 7 TIPS TO GET AN EU JOB 00:05 ... Apply in time and plan your preparation. Choose the profile where you have most chances. Try all EU exams you are eligible for. RULES Learn the exam methodology and do tons of simulation. Practice at least 10 weeks Understand the rules in advance. of the competition. THE TYPICAL SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Started preparation 10 weeks before the exam date. Practiced min.1 hour per day or 10 hours per week or 45 hours a month, Has solved at least 850 test questions. 87% Answers 87% of the questions correctly. Is able to answer an EPSO exam question in I minute. Attended online webinar methodology trainings. If you are interestedin EU jobs and would like to pass the exam, we offer you lots of free e-books, tips & tricks, live online webinar training, free guidance and 12,000+EPS0-style practice tests in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Greek, Romanian, Bulgarian, Polish, Hungarian and Croatian. Please note that Arboreus Online EU Training is independent from the EU institutions. Source: development plan.pdf service/about/figures/index en.htm tographics Lavalanche kreativ ogynoksé8 Avalanche Creative Agency, Budapest www.avalanche hu ARBOREUS FINISH START 00000000

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