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March Brussels Connection

Calling all Brussels-based Irish folk:

 EM Ireland are delighted to invite you to join us for our first Brussels Connection networking event of 2014!

At Brussels Connection, new stagiaires in Brussels are invited to join former stagiaires, staff of the EU Institutions, the EM Ireland Brussels Branch and all members of the Irish community in Brussels for an evening of informal networking and chat, kindly hosted by the Permanent Representation of Ireland to the EU.

As ever, we look forward to catching up with old friends and to welcoming the new group of stagiaires to the city!

All are welcome to attend this event.  Please feel free to circulate this invitation to friends and colleagues in Brussels.  RSVP by filling in the form below or emailing Ruth or Richard at events@europeanmovement.ie.

We look forward to seeing you on 11 March!

RSVP for Brussels Connection

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Green Book Volume VIII

Another year, another updated edition of our most popular publication, The Green Book: An Irish Intern’s Guide to Living and Working in Brussels (& Beyond). In addition to the usual comprehensive, jargon-free, user-friendly information on internship opportunities in EU Institutions and Agencies, job-hunting after a stage and life in Brussels […]

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EM Ireland are Recruiting!

UPDATE: The closing date for applications for this position was 12 noon on Monday, 17 February 2014. Applications are no longer being accepted. For more information about internships and opportunities with EM Ireland, click here. Head of Communications and Development Are you passionate about communications?  Do you have an interest […]

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Public Info Seminar: EU Lawyer Linguist Jobs

Wednesday 4 December: Public Information Seminar on Career Opportunities for Lawyer-Linguists in the EU Institutions

Earlier this month the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) announced an open competition to select candidates for recruitment as lawyer-linguists in the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, with a closing date of 10 December.

Based primarily in Brussels, these roles will offer successful candidates an opportunity to play a key role in the EU’s legislative processes. The rewards for successful applicants are impressive with a competitive starting salary, a range of additional employment benefits and an opportunity to work in a dynamic, uniquely multilingual, multicultural legal environment.
This seminar will provide attendees with a first-hand insight into the work of a lawyer-linguist in the European Union Institutions and a detailed overview of the key stages of EPSO’s recruitment process.

Featuring presentations from Ms Ellen Robson, Head of Unit for Legislative Quality at the European Parliament with extensive experience as a lawyer-linguist, and Padraig Love, of the Public Appointments Service and formerly seconded to EPSO, the seminar will be invaluable for anyone considering applying for this competition or interested in pursuing a career in the EU institutions more generally.

The event will take place on Wednesday, 4 December at European Union House, 18 Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Registration will open at 5.15pm, with light refreshments available at this time. The seminar itself will start at 5.30pm.

Attendance is free of charge but participants are kindly requested to register in advance. For more information and to reserve a place, please contact the European Commission Representation in Ireland at comm-ie-reception@ec.europa.eu.

Seminar Programme

5.15 Registration
5.30 Welcome: Mr Francis Jacobs, Head of the European Parliament Information Office in Ireland
5.35 Mr. Padraig Love, Public Appointments Service: The Lawyer-Linguist Competition – Key Stages & Preparation
6.15 Ms Ellen Robson, European Parliament Head of Unit for Legislative Quality: The Work of a Lawyer-Linguist in the European Parliament
6.45 Questions and Answers
7.00 Closing Remarks: Ms Joan Flanagan, European Commission Representation in Ireland

 

For more information on the role of a Lawyer-Linguist, visit http://europa.eu/epso/apply/jobs/perm/2013/lawyer-linguists/index_en.htm.

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