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Join us for a 1hr informative webinar on what career opportunities are available at the EU institutions!

The Career Success Centre would like to invite you on Thursday, 7 March 2024 to the guest speaker series webinar: Career opportunities at EU institutions. The webinar will take place online between 12.00-13.00.

Watch online here

During this session, you will gain insightful information on the diverse range of positions available at the EU. Don’t miss the chance to be informed first hand by the representatives of EPSO and European Commission about the exciting career opportunities at the EU institutions. What is there to discover and why you can benefit your career development:

• What the EU institutions offer
• Where you can work
• What skills are needed to tackle a job at EU


  • Ms. Hinek: EU careers in general
  • Mr. Orphanides: work experience at the EU and youth policies
  • Q&A


Rita Hinek

External Communication, European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO): Outreach and External Relations

Rita Hinek is a communication professional at EPSO, who’s role is to serve the EU institutions by providing high quality, efficient and effective selection procedures that enable them to recruit the right person, for the right job, at the right time. She is responsible for the EU Careers Ambassadors project, which is EPSO’s biggest outreach project across the EU.

Rita is working at the EU Institutions since 2006, previously she worked in marketing and sales in the private sector. She graduated at the University of Dusseldorf in Germany with an MA degree in Sociology.

Mathieu Orphanides

Team Leader Portal, Events & DiscoverEU, European Commission: DG Education, Youth, Sport & Culture

Mathieu Orphanides is a Cypriot national living in Brussels and working for the European Commission. He graduated in marketing and started his professional career in an advertising company. He joined the European Commission in 2002, first in the HR department dealing with finances and budget during 4 years, then he was recruited in the DG for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (DG EAC). In DG EAC, he worked in several departments: resources, budget/finance and National Agencies. In 2016 he joined the youth unit in DG EAC as Programme Manager for Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps. He is currently leading the teams responsible for the development and the implementation of the DiscoverEU action, the European Youth Portal and the general coordination of the European Youth Week 2024.

For more info:
Career Success Centre
Tel.: 22 84 2150
Email: [email protected]

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