Frequently Asked Questions
1. How does a jobinar work?
Register for the jobinar and upload your CV as required. Your CV can then be shared with the company. Registration will also give you access to the jobinar.
During the jobinar you can watch and/or listen to presentations & chat with company representatives via any computer or device.
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2. I am not available on the day of the jobinar. Can I still register and apply for jobs?
Yes, of course. You will miss the real-time interaction between you and the company representatives on the day of the jobinar. However, registration will give you access to the jobinar replay and allow us to share your CV with the company for review (if applicable).
3. How do I submit my questions for live jobinars?
Once you have registered for the jobinar, you can already start submitting your questions for the chat via the dedicated field. Your question will be reviewed and, if relevant, will be addressed during the jobinar.
Please note that due to time constraints not all questions can be approved, so the preference will be given to topics that might interest the majority of the audience. For confidentiality purposes, the names of participants who post questions during the chat will be visible to the chat moderator but not to chat participants.
TIP: during the live chat, keep an eye on the list of questions: your topic might already have been approved or answered!
The majority of our Engineers are based in our Projects Directorate (PJ) , where your background in Engineering will place you at the centre of the technical assessment (and monitoring) of our projects, and where your opinions will help shape the Bank’s strategy in your sector.
The Projects Directorate consists of five departments:
- The Energy Department (ENERGY)
- The Environment and Sustainable Territorial Development Department (ETD)
- The Innovation and Competitiveness Department (INCO)
- The Mobility Department (MOBILITY)
- Safeguards & Quality Management (SQM)
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The EIB is the European Union's bank.
We are the only bank owned by and representing the interests of the European Union Member States. We work closely with other EU institutions to implement EU policy.
Our expertise is based on more than 60 years' experience and the specialised knowledge of over 3,400 staff.
We support projects that make a significant contribution to growth and employment in Europe. As part of our counter-cyclical approach, our activities focus on four priority areas: innovation and skills, access to finance for smaller businesses, environment and climate, infrastructure.
We raise the bulk of our lending resources on the international capital markets through bond issues. Our excellent rating allows us to borrow at advantageous rates. We thus are able to offer good terms to our clients.
Why work for the EIB?
For many of us the greatest reward is to know that our contribution makes a positive impact on people's lives, in the EU and beyond. By joining the EIB you will have the opportunity to make your contribution, whilst also developing your skillset and facing new professional challenges.
Based in Luxembourg, with a network of local and regional offices in Europe and across the world, we offer a pleasant and interesting work environment where people can achieve their professional goals, while maintaining work-life balance; with excellent professional development opportunities through training, internal mobility and merit-based career growth.
In our Projects Directorate, your background in Engineering will place you at the centre of the technical assessment (and monitoring) of each project; your opinions will help shape the Bank’s strategy in your sector.
Inclusion at the EIB
As the bank of the European Union, we are committed to the EU’s objectives and values, and aspire to live up to one of its founding principles – United in diversity.
Diversity and Inclusion encompass everything that makes us who we are. We believe that encouraging colleagues to be comfortable bringing their identities to work is essential to the success and development of the Bank, and reflects Europe itself. Our diverse backgrounds, perspectives and passions help us shape the inclusive environment in which we work every day.