The European Union Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT Systems in the Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice (
EU-LISA) offers paid Internship for recent university graduates who are at the beginning of their professional careers.
Internships for university graduates are intended to enable interns to supplement their knowledge with EU policies, activities, and procedures as well as those of EU-LISA.
The Agency welcomes applications from candidates with a background relating to any of the activities of the Agency.
Interns Benefits EU knowledge – insight into the processes and policies of EU-LISA Practical experience – an opportunity to play a part in EU-LISA’s day-to-day business The opportunity to put their academic theory into practice
Who can apply is a national of the Member States of the European Union or Schengen Associated Countries has completed at least three years of a higher education course or obtained the relevant degree he/she must have knowledge of the working language of EU-LISA (English) at least at level C11 Responsibilities Assisting in the organization of timely recruitment and selection procedures for statutory staff, Seconded National Experts, and Interns Assisting in the drafting and publication of vacancy notices and open calls Also, establishing and maintaining paper and electronic records of the recruitment procedures in accordance with agreed standards Provide support in the consolidation of results, updating data, overviews, statistics, and reports Collecting and compiling data related to recruitment and selection, analyzing data and statistics for trends and patterns In addition, assisting with the research, documentation, drafting, and implementation of the eu-LISA HR policy framework Supporting the efficient and proper processing of administrative procedures Assisting in the arrangement of pre-recruitment medical visits for the selected applicant Moreover, contributing to effective functioning, collaboration, and cooperation within the HR Unit
Selection criteria Professional experience and knowledge Knowledge in the described tasks in the area of Recruitment & Selection Education in domains relevant to the internship; including, but not limited to Human Resources Management, Business Administration, Psychology; Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, in particular Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
The following attributes would be advantageous:
Professional experience in Recruitment & Selection, or any other HR area Ability to use data for creating reports, scorecards, diagnostic analysis Knowledge and/or professional experience with HR applications and tools Knowledge of EU Staff Regulations and CEOS as shown by training Ability to act with integrity, demonstrate sound ethical principles at work, and respecting the rules on professional secrecy Good communication and interpersonal skills, including flexibility, ability to multitask, and service-oriented approach Ability to work as part of a team in a multicultural environment; Interest and willingness to learn. Selection Procedure All eligible applications are evaluated by Selection Panel based on defined selection criteria. Applicants may be contacted by e-mail, telephone, and/or Skype to arrange an interview or to discuss mutual expectations prior to the final selection decision. In case of an interview, the Selection Panel examines the profiles of the applicants and scores the applicants in accordance with the selection criteria. The interview is conducted in English. Application Procedure
In order for the application to be valid and considered eligible, the applicant must create an account in the EU-LISA e-Recruitment tool, fill in the personal and CV information.
accept applications submitted by any other means (e.g. email or post), or any speculative applications.
Applicants will receive an automatic acknowledgment message by e-mail confirming the receipt of the application after EU-LISA receives your application.
Only successful applicants will get notification for further steps of the selection procedure.
You will be requested to supply documentary evidence in support of the statements that you make for this application if you are selected for further steps of the selection procedure.