Uploading your details to our CV Database means that your details will be available to us to perform searches for hundreds of European policy and public affairs, international relations, legal, economics, business, finance and communication recruiters. Also, you may get selected for jobs that are not advertised elsewhere.
In order to get the most from our system, you should update your details and your CV regularly.
Each field in the form has a help "?". Click this and you will see a help window appear for help with that field. Fields marked with "*" must be filled in.
You should include things such as any relevant experience, your educational background and specialist skills. You may wish to look at our CV guide page here which has tips on what to include, and how to structure your CV.
Please upload Word documents or pdf files only - other document types won't be searched.
Scroll down and click so the language and skill level you have is selected. Click the ">" button to move the language and skill level into the right-hand box. Repeat until you have all the languages with skill level shown in the right-hand box. Remember to include your mother-tongue language. If you are a fluent speaker, but do not write and read to fluent level, select skill level "Fluent (spoken only)".
If your degree type is not listed on our website, then try to select the broader subject area which your degree belongs to. So, for example, if your degree is in 'European Law' then select 'Law'
If you have registered with another EuroJobsites website, you may get this error message when you try to register. Instead you can login using your existing login and password, and then go to My Details to add details needed for this website, such Areas of Special Interest and specialist degree types.
Just log in with your email and password, then you can use the 'My Details' link in the left column to edit your details and update your CV.
If you've forgotten your password, click the 'Password Reminder' link on the login page. Enter the email address you registered with, and instructions will be on sent to that address.
Once you've logged in, click "My Password" in the left column where you can enter a new password
Make sure you have filled in all the parts of the form. Make sure you enter all the languages you speak, plus all enter the areas you specialise in. Add particular skills to the keywords section (like specialist computer programs you know, such as "Java"). Add anything that will help a recruiter select you in the Further Information box, like "I am happy to travel for work". Also make sure your contains keywords that may be searched on.
To be removed from the system please email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “Remove me from the CV database”.