EuroBrussels was launched in 2001 as a service to help European Affairs job seekers find listings of all the actual jobs in EU Affairs, conveniently listed in one place. Previously, these jobs were spread on multiple websites, making it hard to find out which jobs are available, and hard for recruiters to reach candidates in EU Affairs. EuroBrussels.com has since established itself as the leading job-site in Brussels in the business of European Affairs and International Relations.
There are a number of ways you can use this resource:
If you are interested in entering a career at an EU Institution in Brussels your first step might be to read their Find a Job in European Affairs Guide. Here, you can learn more about where and how you can start your career if you are a newcomer in Brussels and selection procedures for the EU Institutions. If you are a semi experienced professional, you can read about how you can upgrade your EU career in different fields, offices or associations. Experienced professionals can learn about the ways how they can make use of their already existing network in this field. Access their job board here, and browse for internships or jobs by experience, category or by location.
The Self Evaluation Guide will help you evaluate yourself and assist you in understanding the results, so you are in the best position for career success.
The Guide to Updating Your CV will show you all you need to get your CV right and avoid obvious mistakes.
The Job Interview Guide will take you through the whole interview scenario, and give hints and techniques to help you pass the final test and get that great job.
Also, you can make use of their newsletters! EuroBrussels has a weekly newsletter that is specifically designed for graduates and young professionals with all EU affairs jobs and internships. Subscribe to the Junior Newsletter here. In order to keep an eye on the Environment, Energy and Transport Policy job market in EU Affairs, subscribe to EuroBrussel weekly Green Newsletter here.