EU lawyer-linguists ensure that all new legislation is correctly translated into other EU languages and faithfully reflects the text in which it was originally conceived.
The job requires capable lawyers with outstanding linguistic abilities. Their tasks include following legislative procedures throughout the process and acting as advisers; providing guidance on legislative drafting; checking, revising legal texts and reviewing their compliance with formal rules, among other tasks.
You must have a perfect command of one EU language, a thorough knowledge of at least two others as well as a law degree. Key qualifications may vary so always check the specific requirements whenever a selection procedure is published.
In addition, you may also look for temporary contract opportunities on the Court of Justice's website.