Eurojust is a dynamic and growing organisation, and our purpose is to recruit highly qualified professionals to support our fight against serious cross-border crime. It is core to our business that we attract and retain top class professionals both from the field of international criminal judicial/law, and in the administrative support areas, such as Human Resources, IT, Finance, Procurement and Facility Management.
Eurojust applies a policy of equal opportunity for men and women and accepts applications without distinction on ground of sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic characteristics, language, religious, political or other convictions and opinions, financial situation, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status or family situation.
Employment at Eurojust is open to nationals of the EU Member States. There is no nationality quota system in operation but, like all other EU institutions and agencies, Eurojust is required to strive for a broad range of nationalities in order to keep a well-balanced geographical distribution among its staff members.
You can be recruited at Eurojust as a:
- Temporary Agent, usually with a contract lasting 5 years, renewable.
- Contract Agent, usually recruited with a contract ranging between 1 and 3 years, restrictively renewable.
- Seconded National Expert, who is employed by their national authority and seconded to a National Desk or the Administration of Eurojust, depending the needs of the organisation. More information on the implementing arrangements for the secondment to Eurojust of national experts can be found here.
Recruitment is carried out through open selection procedures. Please note that we can only accept applications for open vacancies, and unsolicited applications cannot be considered.
You will find all our vacancies posted here on our website, as well as on the EPSO website. The list is updated regularly. To apply, please ensure that you use the online application form.
We also offer internship opportunities to university students and to young graduates who wish to enter the job market and gain valuable experience in either the legal or the administrative field. For more information on internships, visit our webpage on internships.
You can find information about our working and contractual conditions in the Staff Regulations (SR) and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Communities (CEOS), on which Eurojust employment conditions are based.
To find out more about the recruitment process at Eurojust, please read our recruitment policy.