European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Graduate Traineeship Programme 2017 – Cologne, Germany
Application Deadline: 14 February 2017
The Agency offers opportunities in all areas of the organisation both for:
- Recent graduates (EASA Graduate Traineeship Programme – GTP) and
- University students (EASA Study Placement Scheme – SPS).
You can find more information on the two programmes below.
These opportunities aim to give an understanding of the Agency and its role within the activities of the European Union.
Participants to the EASA GTP and EASA SPS will have the opportunity to receive professional work experience in a distinctly multinational and intellectually stimulating environment, while contributing to the Agency’s mission of promoting the highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation in Europe and worldwide.
Applicants for both opportunities must be nationals of one of the EASA Member States or of a country with observer status in the EASA Management Board (more info). In exceptional cases and when in the interest of the service, nationals of other third countries may be considered.
Successful candidates will usually have a background that is relevant to the activities of the Agency.
Typical examples include:
- Civil aviation, Aeronautics, Engineering;
- Qualified lawyers with an interest in aviation regulatory affairs;
- Qualified candidates with an interest in Human Resources, Finance, Project management, Information technologies, Communications, Public Relations and International Relations.
Who can apply
The EASA Graduate Traineeship Programme (GTP) is open to applicants who have obtained – in the timeframe indicated in the traineeship notice – a University degree diploma in a discipline relevant to the advertised profile of their interest.
- To be admitted to the EASA Graduate Traineeship Programme, applicants must:
- Be nationals of one of the EASA Member States or of a country with observer status in the EASA Management Board1. However, in exceptional cases and when in the interest of the service, nationals of other third countries may be considered
- Have a very good knowledge of English and preferably of another language of the European Union;
- Have completed the first cycle of a higher education course (at least three years of university education) and have obtained a full degree by the start of the traineeship period.
12 months. The planned start date will be published in the traineeship notice.
The Agency pays a monthly grant plus a travel allowance for travel expenses incurred at the beginning and end of the traineeship. More information are available on the related traineeship rules. The amount of the grant will be published in the traineeship notice.
How to apply
The call for traineeships starting in 2017 is now open for applications (click here to view the general call with all open profiles).
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