Traineeship opportunity – European Investment Bank

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is seeking trainees for five months in Luxembourg, with a fixed start date of 1 March / April 2022 (with possible extension up to 6 months if required by University). Deadline for applications is 3 December 2021.

Traineeship 1

Within the Production Management Unit (PMU) in the EIB’s Linguistic Services Division (LING), you will contribute to strengthening the EIB’s contribution to inter-institutional cooperation by preparing the bilingual files resulting from the translation of the Bank’s public documents and uploading them onto the ‘Euramis’ translation memory used by the various translation services of EU institutions.

Translators from other EU translation services will have access to the translations of the EIB’s public documents, which will ensure that EIB terminology is used by translators of other institutions (better linguistic quality and consistency, fewer queries on terminology from other translation services).

To find out more see the EIB website here.

Traineeship 2

To provide you with exposure to and experience of how a European Institution works, to enhance your research skills and allow you to acquire the necessary background for a future career in law.

Under the responsibility of the Head of Division or of another lawyer, you will:

  • carry out legal research, in particular in the field of recent European or French banking and finance law (e.g. BRRD, CRR);
  • draft notes and other legal documents in respect of recent case-law or new legislation and regulation;
  • follow-up on recent case-law and draft regulations;
  • translate legal documents;
  • draft simple amendments to finance contracts and/or review conditions precedent to disbursement of loans.

To find out more see the EIB website here.

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Disclaimer: The above is provided as a heads-up only. Please refer to the EIB website for all information.

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