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Multimedia traineeship

Role details

Each year the EUI Library recruits a remunerated multimedia trainee. We are a small vibrant academic library catering to the research needs of EUI Professors, Fellows and PhD Researchers in the Social Sciences.

The successful candidate has the chance to develop their skills in this environment, by producing videos and graphic material for the Library's online platforms, ranging from promotional videos to tutorials and more. This is an excellent opportunity for someone to gain experience in developing small projects and be creative inside an academic environment, and more specifically in a research library.

Working alongside a supervisor, the successful candidate has the possibility of working on both multimedia projects and basic library tasks. 

For more information on Conditions for Eligibility, Type and Duration, Grant and Benefits visit EUI Traineeships




Qualifications Required

  • Candidates must have obtained a university degree, in multimedia communication or similar studies, by the closing date for applications, and not more than three years before the start date of the traineeship (unless currently enrolled in further studies)
  • Skills in digital photography, graphic design for internet and multimedia, graphic design for print and social media
  • Proficiency in video editing
  • Desirable: proficiency in 3D and 2D animation and stop motion techniques
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work in an international team
  • Excellent knowledge of English and good knowledge of a second EU language
  • Important Information:  Please see conditions for eligibility on EUI Traineehsips page. Note – To be considered for a traineeship, candidates must be nationals of the Member States of the European Union or of candidate countries benefiting from a pre-accession strategy. 

How to apply

The call for paid 12-month Library traineeships in 2024 is now open.

If you wish to apply for a traineeship starting either 1 February or 1 November 2024, please send the following documentation, by 30 November 2023,  to [email protected]

  • CV (which includes an indication of nationality)
  • Portfolio
  • Motivation letter

You should ask for one person, not related to you, to send a reference testifying to your character, experience, and/or skills, directly to [email protected]





More information 

Visit EUI Traineeships for more information. 


Page last updated on 10 November 2023

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