When it comes to communication jobs, these are the most frequent profiles published by EPSO:
Communication Officer (AD)
The following are functions of EU Communication Officers:
Communication Assistant (AST)
They work in different sectors related to internal and external information and communication
The following are functions of EU Communication Assistants:
EU translators help around 500 million people in 28 EU countries understand policies. Their work is challenging in a diverse cultural environment.
The following are the functions of EU translators:
The EU interpreting service is the largest in the world. The interpreters ensure that points discussed in the conference are correctly interpreted into an EU-official language. They use either simultaneous or consecutive interpreting.
The following are functions of EU conference interpreters:
Functions of Proofreaders:
The following are functions of EU proofreaders (language editors):
The following are the functions of EU auditors:
The IT jobs within the EU Institutions cover different areas which are presented below. Most published EPSO Competitions look for candidates in those profiles.
Information Technology Staff
ICT staff: The ICT support staff maintains the computer systems, which enable the EU institutions to carry out work affecting around 50 million people in 28 EU countries
The following are the functions of EU ICT staff:
Contract staff may also be employed as ICT staff.
Grade AST 3 (assistant) qualifications:
Contract staff requirements may vary.
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