Employment

Looking to develop your career or find an internship placement? Why not join us at EJTN and help shape Europe's judiciary!

Career positions 

A vacancy has arisen for the post of Junior Project Manager at the headquarters of the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) in Brussels. The full vacancy notice is available here and attached: Junior Project Manager.

To apply for this position, please email to ejtn@ejtn.eu by Friday, 30th November 2018 your CV with a motivation letter highlighting your expectations and stating your current notice period and salary expectations. Furthermore, please add therein a self-written statement authorising EJTN to process your personal data in accordance with EJTN’s Data Protection and Privacy Statement.

The interviews will be conducted early December 2018, and the expected start date is 2nd week of December 2018.

Internship programme 

EJTN's internship programme offers internship placements ranging from one to three months within EJTN’s various units. These Brussels-based placements all involve administrative tasks in support of EJTN’s projects and programmes. The number of actual internships open each year is determined by EJTN’s actual needs.

The internship opportunities offer young people real, hands-on exposure to EJTN’s activities. Day-to-day tasks of the various placements will involve project management, finance and budgeting, administration of training projects and programmes as well as communications and IT.  

The internship positions may be eligible for a monthly local public transportation pass as well as a lunch voucher programme if not already reimbursed by another entity (school, etc.).

How to apply?
Applications to EJTN's internship programme can be made via email to ejtn@ejtn.eu by sending your curriculum vitae, a motivation letter highlighting your expectations as well as adding a self-written statement authorising EJTN to process your personal data in accordance with EJTN's Data Protection and Privacy statement. See the below Information Sheet for full details of the programme and how to apply.

The interviews are foreseen to take place and be conducted in the course of the last week of November and first week of December 2017, and the expected start date is the second week of December 2017.