The European Union comprises 28 Member States and serves a population of over half a billion people. It has 24 official languages and an annual budget exceeding €140 billion. This money has to be soundly raised, spent and accounted for, for the benefit of all EU citizens. The EU’s auditors help ensure that this is the case.
The European Union (EU) institutions are looking for highly talented graduates and young professionals with a strong academic background, and/or a professional qualification or training related to the field of audit. Final-year students may also apply provided that their diploma is awarded by 31 July 2014.
You must be an EU citizen, have a good command of two EU languages (your main language plus either English, French or German as a second language). In order to successfully participate in a highly competitive and demanding selection procedure, you will also need exceptional cognitive, organisational and interpersonal skills.
If successful, you could be working on a broad range of tasks which contribute to improving EU financial management including:
• assessing financial management processes
• evaluating control systems and making recommendations for their improvement
• auditing EU funds’ beneficiaries on-the-spot in Member States and third countries
• working with our international audit partners
You can apply before April 23 2014 at 12.00 (midday, Brussels time).