Working for the EIB

Working for the EIB

The EIB seeks talented professionals from EU Member States and candidate countries in a variety of professional and managerial and administrative assistant roles.

We also offer Internships and a Graduate programme (GRAD).

The EIB is based in Luxembourg, where most of our staff is located. It also has offices in other European capitals, as well as in Africa, Australia and the Caribbean, to cover the wide range and scope of its projects.

If you want to make a difference to the standard of living and quality of life of people in Europe and across the world, join the European Investment Bank.


"I work in the Projects Department where we appraise and follow-up projects. That means we look at the investment proposals (such as roads, power plants, waste water treatment plants) submitted by the promoters (such as national or local governments, and private investors) for financing by the EIB and, when accepted, follow their implementation. The most rewarding part of my job is to be able to shape the sectors in which we are working, the excellent work environment and international colleagues and of the course the attractive remuneration package."

Marco Beros - Senior Engineer

"I am from Germany and work as a senior loan officer currently responsible for the Bank's lending activity in the Indian Ocean (Madagascar, Mauritius and Seychelles); since I joined the EIB some 15 years ago I have had the opportunity to work on projects in West and Northern Africa; it's fascinating and rewarding to contribute to the economic development of these countries and to participate in a wide range of projects in the private and public, and various other sectors. What's most attractive about the EIB for me is the content of the job, the possibility of creating value added and contributing to the development goals of the EU. I also enjoy the multicultural and highly professional environment."

Heike Rüttgers - Head of Division - Portfolio Management and Policy

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