Selection process

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Selection process

As the Bank of the European Union, we are committed to EU objectives and values. We believe that Diversity is good for our people and good for our business. Therefore, we promote and value diversity and inclusion among our staff, irrespective of their gender, nationality, race, culture, education, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or disability.

The Bank is an equal opportunity employer and strives for a balanced representation of the nationalities of EU Member States among its staff, according to art. 11.7 of its Statute. We particularly encourage women to apply.

Applicants are selected among the nationals of Member States of the European Union. Nationals of the candidate countries whose accession negotiations have started may be also considered subject to specific conditions.

The EIB offers fixed-term contracts up to a maximum of 6 years, according to its business needs, with a possibility to convert to a permanent contract, subject to organisational requirements and individual performance.

Appointments are subject to a satisfactory pre-employment medical examination and are confirmed upon completion of a successful trial period. Please be aware that as a candidate you may be subject to pre-employment screening. More information on pre-employment screening can be found here.