European Investment Bank is seeking to recruit an Associate Banking & Finance Lawyer

The European Investment Bank is seeking to recruit for its Directorate, Legal Directorate (JU) - Legal Department - Operations 2 (JU/OPS 2) -Outside Europe B Division (OEU-B) - at its headquarters in Luxembourg, a (Associate) Banking and Finance Lawyer. This is a full-time, temporary position, at grade 4/5.  

The term of this contract will be 2 years; as this is a temporary replacement assignment, no extension or conversion of the contract is foreseen.

Panel interviews are anticipated for beginning of April 2021.

The Outside Europe B Division (OEU-B) is currently dealing with the legal documentation and legal issues for projects in the following countries: Turkey, Central Asia, Balkans and Eastern Neighbours. The (Associate) Banking and Finance Lawyer, internally referred to as (Associate) Officer Legal Services, will assist the Head of Division, together with other legal advisers, in providing legal support to the operational directorates, carrying out work related to all tasks within the remit of the division.

Deadline for applications: Tuesday, 2nd March 2021.

Read more and apply here


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