We want to make the difference
ACER is looking for talented and committed candidates who are willing to make a difference for Europe.
Is this you?
We are convinced that diversity is a strength in the workplace and that its harnessing will improve our productive environment, where everyone feels valued, where talents are being fully empowered, and organisational goals are met.
The Agency is fully committed to the provision of equality of opportunity for all its employees through its employment practices, policies and procedures. ACER provides a working environment that is sensible to differences in racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age, sexual orientation and gender. The Agency’s way of working is based on a model of best practice whereby all employees can reach their full potential.
Work opportunities at ACER are open to nationals of the 27 European Union Member States.
Currently the Agency employs staff from 21 different nationalities: candidates from Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta and Sweden are particularly encouraged to apply!
Project Manager - Organisational Impact Officer (AD5)
We are looking for an Organisational Impact officer who will play an important role in the agency’s growth and development initiatives, driving and facilitating various organisational-cultural initiatives within the agency.
Deadline for application: 04 March 2024 (14:00h Ljubljana time)
Call for Expression of Interest for Seconded National Experts (SNE)
The Agency may offer positions to experienced and highly-motivated Seconded National Experts (SNE), who will work together with the Agency’s staff.
No deadline for applications
Open Call for Trainees
Are you a strongly motivated, highly qualified and competent graduate? If your answer is yes, you landed in the right place.
ACER traineeship programme aims to attract university graduates who are interested in developing professionally by embarking on an exciting learning opportunity.
No deadline to apply.
Open Call for Graduates
The ACER graduate programme aims to attract graduates with a completed Master Degree and PhD students who are interested in developing professionally by embarking on an exciting learning opportunity in EU energy regulation in its offices in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The aim is to create a pool of fresh talent capable of contributing to core ACER tasks and policy and creating a bridge with the latest academic insights.
No deadline to apply.