Much of the content around the Jobs at the European Commission class sits on the website of the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO). Content on ec.europa.eu/info is therefore shallow, pointing users to the content that matches the tasks that user research highlighted as important to them; for example, announcements, the ability to download a document and details of events.
Content on ec.europa.eu/info links to the EPSO website content on permanent and temporary opportunities, together with details of the type of contracts offered and how to apply. The ec.europa.eu/info site also provides details of how to become an EC expert, with links to relevant DGs, as well as information about traineeships and also dedicated content for translators and interpreters.
The class indicated in the header or footer of a Commission website links to its landing page. For example: Jobs at the European Commission.
The top tasks identified for the class are listed below.
|7||Jobs, traineeships at the European Commission||2.5%||Medium task|
|59||Volunteering opportunities||0.6%||Small task|
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