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Bruegel is a flexible organisation and all scholars, staff and interns will have the opportunity to make a real impact.
Bruegel aims to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, religion, ethnic or national origins, gender, marital status, caring responsibilities, sexual orientation, disability or chronic illness.
Bruegel offers several types of positions to scholars, recent graduates and current students. Availability of research positions generally corresponds to the beginning of the autumn and spring, but appointments are made throughout the year for periods of varying length.
Besides applications for advertised jobs, Bruegel welcomes spontaneous expressions of interest from academic researchers and professionals.
General application guidelines
Unless indicated differently in the job announcement, please send the following materials to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Recent CV;
- Letter of Motivation;
- Writing sample;
- University transcripts.
Also, please consider the following guidelines:
- Send your application materials only in pdf, doc or Google doc format (pdf is preferred);
- DO NOT contact scholars or administrative personnel – send all your inquiries to the given email address, they will be forwarded to the respective persons if necessary.
- Clearly specify the area of your interest, position for which you are applying and time when you would like to start.
We do our best to let you know about the status of your application within 3-5 weeks after your submission. Spontaneous applications may take longer.
Applicants for research positions are expected to have a strong academic background in economics.
Call for a project coordinator
Deadline for application: 6 March, 23.59 PM
Call for Multiple Research Assistants
Bruegel welcomes applications from all areas of economic research (macro and micro) for multiple positions as Research Assistant starting in September 2019.
Bruegel’s Visiting Fellows Programme is intended to encourage recognized research scholars, policymakers and practitioners to stay temporarily at Bruegel to conduct research work, to interact with its scholars and to bring insights to its members and audience.