GUE/NGL
Vacancies

The GUE/NGL Group is committed to diversity and equal opportunities in all its employment practices and particularly welcomes applications from members of minorities and disadvantaged groups, including socially disadvantaged, when filling vacancies.

Current Vacancies

 All the conditions which must be met and all the documents you must provide when applying for these vacancies are specified in the Recruitment Notice itself.

the GUE/NGL Group will process your data in accordance with Regulation (EU) N 2018/1725.

The data we hold for recruitment purposes is not going to be shared with other organisations and will be deleted in 3 years. If you wish to delete your data, please let us know by email: [email protected].

Documents [or Forms] required before a contract are NOT relevant at this stage.

NEW 2020-07-17  – CAMPAIGNERDeadline 24 August 2020 12.00 CET

 

Internships – The GUE/NGL Group normally runs two internship programs a year, starting February and September. All details and calls for expressions of interest are posted on the website in the months before the deadline. Applications received outside of this process will not be considered.

 

 

General Information

Internships/Stagiaires

The Group invites applications for stagiaires twice per year.

Please click here for new information on the Policy Assistant Internship.

Temporary Agent posts (indefinite duration) in the GUE/NGL Group are always advertised on this site and across the EU institutions.

The requirements for each vacancy will be clearly set out in each notice.

Normally, we will examine all applications and select between three and five for interview including oral and written tests.

There is no point in submitting a spontaneous application for a Temporary Agent post.

Contract Agent posts (fixed term and, usually, short term) often arise on an ad hoc basis to meet an immediate need.

Interested and qualified candidates (a two-year post-secondary diploma, or a second-level qualification plus three years relevant professional experience is the absolute minimum) are invited to submit a EuroPass CV (2-3 pages) plus a motivation letter (one page) to [email protected].

In the Subject line, using up to 25 character spaces, describe the position/policy area you are suited to, e.g., Accountant, Bookkeeper, International Affairs, Social policy, Secretary etc.

You will receive an automated response but we will not be able to engage in any exchange beyond that because our resources simply do not allow it.

To facilitate the automated response, please use a private external email address. We can’t arrange a response to .ep/.europarl.eu addresses.

Emails and their contents will be automatically deleted after 12 months but, in the meantime, we will examine expressions of interest for an appropriate profile whenever we are planning to engage a contract agent.

If any of these conditions pose a problem for you for data protection or other reasons, please do not send a CV to this address.

Documents required before a contract

If you are selected to be recruited by the GUE/NGL Group, the European Parliament will require the following documents before you can be offered a contract. Please click here.

Please note that this set of documents is distinct from those required with your application to a competition.

The list includes the following forms.

GUE/NGL Europass CV

Form-0-1 Conflict of Interest Declaration pdf

Form 0-2: Conflict of Interest declaration Excel

Form-5.1 Confidentiality Declaration

Form-5.2 Main Language Declaration

Form-5.3 Consent to disclose information to the EP