The mission of the Human Resources Service (HRS) is two-fold: To assist and advise the President and the Secretary General in organising and managing the EUI’s administrative operations in the field of human resources and to support the academic branch of the EUI in fulfilling its institutional goals, as provided for in the Convention in terms of teaching and research.
The Human Resources Service covers a broad set of responsibilities in recruiting, administering, training, and advising EUI staff in different contractual categories. This involves:
- developing and revising policies and procedures
- assisting in performance management and promotions
- maintaining productive staff relations
- and helping to create an enabling and professional working environment in order to attract and retain highly qualified professionals.
The EUI values flexibility and the ability to work in a multi-lingual environment and as part of a team.
The EUI is an equal opportunities employer and recruits personnel from across Europe and beyond.
See administrative posts
Training at the EUI
As an employer the EUI subscribes to lifelong learning through the continuous training of staff in managerial, linguistic and administrative skills.
See training at the EUI