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A strong application is your passport to success

The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) is an international organisation, so you are competing with a highly skilled and diverse pool of talented people.

At EUIPO we only interview candidates who submit outstanding applications and we may ask you to perform further written tests as part of our selection procedure. It's a rigorous process but it's designed with you in mind. If you're right for us, we want to make sure we find you.

When you apply for a job with us

  • Check that your profile matches our basic eligibility criteria, as we cannot waive these under any circumstances.
  • Check that where we have specified particular skills and experience, you have given all the necessary details on your CV.

Because we receive so many applications, we are unable to reply to all unsuccessful applicants and we cannot consider any unsolicited applications or CVs.



The timeline comprises the steps that you have to follow when you apply for a job. These steps are the following: 'checklist', 'application', 'selection process' and 'reserve list'. Clicking on each of these steps provides you more information.


Equal opportunities

EUIPO is committed to being an equal opportunities employer. We ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and appointed solely on their suitability for the post irrespective of race, gender, age, disability, caring responsibilities, sexual orientation, marital/civil partnership status, religion/belief or nationality.

As part of our equal opportunities policy, we are especially committed to employing and developing the careers of people with special needs. We are currently certified as complying with optimal accessibility conditions for people with impaired mobility.


Personal data protection

As the body responsible for organising the selection process, EUIPO ensures that applicants' personal data are processed as required by Regulation (EU) 2018/1725 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2018 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data by the Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies and on the free movement of such data and repealing Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 and Decision No 1247/2002/EC. This applies particularly to the confidentiality and security of such data.

Data Protection Statement on processing of personal data within the framework of pre-selection, selection and recruitment procedures



If a candidate considers that they have been adversely affected by a particular decision, they can lodge a complaint under Article 90(2) of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Communities . To submit a complaint, send a letter to our office address marked for the attention of Human Resources.

The complaint must be lodged within three months. The time limit for initiating this type of procedure starts running from the time candidates are notified of the act adversely affecting them.

Appeals before the General Court of the European Union (Article 91 of Staff Regulations)

For information on the procedure before the General Court please consult the Curia Website (


European Ombudsman

Pursuant to Article 228 TFEU, candidates can also file a complaint concerning maladministration with the European Ombudsman by post or by using the Ombudsman’s complaint form available here ( Complaints must be submitted within two years of the event or action being complained of, and complainants must first contact the Office to try and resolve the matter.

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