Who we're looking for at Clean Sky

Clean Sky's vision for tomorrow's world of aviation needs talented individuals with expertise across a diverse spectrum of disciplines. If you've got ‘the right stuff’ for one of our vacancies, and want to be part of that journey, bookmark this page and subscribe to our Twitter feed for the latest opportunities


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Working for Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking

Thank you for your interest in job opportunities offered by Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking (CSJU). The CSJU uses two main categories of staff in its Programme Office - Temporary Agents  and Contract Agents. The selection procedures governing staff selection are as follows: 

Temporary Agent positions – Recruitment is organised by CSJU and all vacancy notices are published on our website. When applying for vacant positions, you should follow the instructions  in the vacancy notice. CSJU does not consider spontaneous applications.  Please consult this  section regularly for open vacancies and selections.

Contract Agent positions - Recruitment is organised by CSJU and all vacancy notices are published on our website. Alternatively, CSJU may recruit candidates who have already successfully passed  an EPSO selection test for the relevant function group (with valid  status in the EPSO database)  and whose profile corresponds to the requirements of the  vacant post.

Data protection - All personal data provided by applicants will be dealt with in compliance  with Regulation (EC) N° 45/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18  December 2000  on the protection of individuals with regards to the processing of personal  data by the Community Institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data.  For more information, read the specific privacy notice on selections and recruitment.

Specific implementing provisions on Conflict of Interest issues may be found here: Privacy Statement.

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