McEntee urges young Irish to consider EU jobs

Story by John Donohoe

Monday, 13th November, 2017 7:17pm

McEntee urges young Irish to consider EU jobs

 Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee.

The Irish contribution to the development and progress of the EU has been notable ever since our accession to the EEC in 1973,  Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee has stated.

"I would like to see this contribution continue and, indeed, grow. I would urge young Irish people, especially young people from Meath, to consider the range of EU jobs on offer" she said.

"Over the years, Irish EU officials have occupied key positions within the European institutions, holding many of their most important posts. There have been six Secretaries-General of the European Commission since 1957, two of whom have been Irish – David O’Sullivan and Catherine Day. Considering Ireland’s size, this is an impressive achievement" the Meath East Fine Gael TD and minister stated.

"It is imperative that Irish citizens continue to serve the EU institutions. By doing so, Irish people will remain at the heart of Europe and maintain influence over the course that it will take in the years to come," she added.

"An EU career can be extremely rewarding: It brings with it the opportunity to influence policies that affect the lives of all EU citizens, it provides the chance to work in a multi-cultural, dynamic and vibrant workplace and it also allows for a lifetime of different jobs and experiences.

"While the path to a career with the institutions is competitive, obtaining one of these much sought after posts is far from impossible.
The EU jobs website - https://www.dfa.ie/eujobs/ is there to help you through the process. This invaluable resource offers information services, advice and support for anyone considering an EU career" concluded Minister McEntee.

To be included on the EU Jobs mailing list, email EUjobs@dfa.ie

For more information please go to https://www.dfa.ie/eujobs/
 

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