• Organization TypeGovernment, Funding Agencies, Service Providers
  • HeadquartersBelgium
The Secretariat-General is responsible for the overall coherence of the Commission’s work – both in shaping new policies, and in steering them through the other EU institutions. It supports the whole Commission. Responsibilities steer and coordinate the work across the entire Commission to ensure that all initiatives are aligned with the political priorities of the President manage the Commission's decision-making process act as the interface between the Commission and the other institutions and bodies ensure that the Commission is supported by an efficient, transparent and high-performing administration lead policy development on certain cross-cutting policy files, such as the European Semester of economic policy coordination, the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism for Bulgaria and Romania, and on a range of corporate policies, such as the Commission's Better Regulation agenda

Where is European Commission Secretariat-General
    Location of open jobs


    Job openings over the past year

    17Total posted jobs

    Examples of past jobs

    • International Aid and Cooperation Officer - Grant Investment and Blending operations
    • International Aid and Cooperation Officer - Governance, Security & Peace Building

    Staff at European Commission Secretariat-General have experience in


    • climate change
    • project support
    • development
    • monitoring / evaluation
    • economic policy


    • world bank group
    • ec


    • ukraine
    • united states
    • slovenia
    • france
    • afghanistan


    • managerial experience
    • business development
    • international experience
    • with experience in conflict areas

    Contact European Commission Secretariat-General

    Former staff

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    Company Offices
    • Belgium (headquarters)
    • Brussels
    • Rue de la Loi 200/ Wetstraat 200 1049 Bruxelles