The traineeship programme is designed for young university graduates, but also for adults who have recently obtained a university diploma and are at the beginning of a new professional career.
Who can apply?
The standard traineeship programme is open to anyone who meets the following requirements:
•Has a nationality of the Member States of the European Union, of candidates of an acceding country or from the European Economic Area
•Has a university degree (minimum 3 years of study)
•Has a very good knowledge of English language
•Has a very good knowledge of a second language - for EU nationals, this must be an EU official language.
Priority will be given to candidates who have never been working or training within a European Institution or Body.
Selected trainees will participate in real projects related to their specific background, along with the best professionals and within a welcoming and stimulating work environment.
Depending on the competences trainees may also work in various fields not directly linked to railways, such as HR, budget/finance, IT, communication, engineering, legal.
Trainees will receive a monthly grant of ca. €1,200, reimbursement of travel expenses, paid leaves and training opportunities reserved for the staff.
Find out about the application process here: http://bit.ly/1rWhBKx
Deadline to apply: 7 January 2018.