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Working for the EIB

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EIB impact: Boosting GDP and jobs
Chronology of the EIB
Governance and structure
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An employer of choice
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What is the European Fund for Strategic Investments?
Why a European Fund for Strategic Investments?
How does a project get EFSI financing?
Governance
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Working for the EIB
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Promoting dialogue
Assessing the macroeconomic impact of EIB activities

Working for the EIB

The EIB seeks talented professionals from EU Member States and candidate countries in a variety of professional and managerial and administrative assistant roles.

We also offer Internships and a Graduate programme (GRAD).

The EIB is based in Luxembourg, where most of our staff is located. It also has offices in other European capitals, as well as in Africa, Australia and the Caribbean, to cover the wide range and scope of its projects.

If you want to make a difference to the standard of living and quality of life of people in Europe and across the world, join the European Investment Bank.

Testimonials

EIB people: Helen, Lawyer

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Helen is a natural born walker no matter how high the peak. From the Luxembourgish medieval landscapes, to the dizzying heights of Kilimanjaro or vibrant London, she can find her way in whatever environment she finds herself - even within the complex legal documents she reviews at the European Investment Bank. Follow her around the green landscapes of Luxembourg while she explains why she enjoys her work.



EIB people: Carsten, Loan Officer

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Carsten helps finance technologically advanced projects which make small children smile when they hear for the first time. Passionate about his work, which contributes to growth in Europe and beyond, Carsten feeds his mental strength by practicing his lifelong hobby – squash, and sharing happy moments with his family in Luxembourg.



EIB people: Laura, Risk Manager

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Do you wonder what it is like to work at the European Investment Bank? For Laura, it is like dancing salsa. Meet her and discover how a confident risk manager can face EIB challenges as if she were dancing.



EIB people: Hubert, Senior Economist for Education and Public Research

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Music can bring Hubert to places where nothing else can; and for him Luxembourg, with its many concert halls, is an ideal place to be. But where else are these places for him? Discover them with Hubert and learn how his passion for culture is helping him sustain projects that help students, maybe even your own children, to have effective learning spaces.





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