Salaries & Benefits
Employment as a staff member is subject to possessing the full civil rights of a Member State country
Preparing for Interviews
Interviews can be a challenging experience. Here are some guidelines to help you prepare
EUMETSAT offers a small number of internships every year to students on courses with mandatory internship requirements
Training & Development
As an international operational meteorological the continued development of our staff is essential
EUMETSAT offers attractive employment conditions, and not just in terms of salary. Comprehensive benefits are also offered, including health and social welfare provision.
17 November 2020
20 April 2020
EUMETSAT became a formal member of what is known as the Co-ordinated Organisations on 1 July 2012. This is a well established forum for discussing and reviewing the remuneration, allowances and pension arrangements for international civil servants of the following international organisations based in Europe: OECD, NATO, Council of Europe, ESA and ECMWF.
Staff posts are graded on the basis of the duties and responsibilities of each post, as well as the minimum level of formal qualifications normally required to carry out the duties. Administrative support posts are graded from B2 (lowest) to B6 (highest). Management and Technical/Professional posts are graded from A2 (lowest) to A6 (highest).
In addition to a basic salary, you may be eligible for a number of significant additional benefits and allowances. Entitlement to these allowances is dependent on your personal and family circumstances. EUMETSAT remuneration is paid after deduction of an internal tax and is exempt from national income tax.
Social Security & Pension
You, and generally your family, will be affiliated to EUMETSAT's own comprehensive social security system, which includes health insurance, long-term care insurance, death benefits and unemployment benefits.
You will also be affiliated to the EUMETSAT Pension scheme (for which you pay a percentage of your salary which is increased by a larger organisational contribution). Retirement pensions accrue to those Staff members who have completed 10 or more years service with the organisation. A severance grant is payable to those leaving with less than 10 years service.