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Q&A regarding recruitment

The BCL is looking for various profiles and competencies in relation to its missions: Economists, lawyers, accountants, auditors, administrative assistants, IT, risk analyst or other profiles.

Your application is assessed in terms of background, motivation, education and experience. The BCL appreciates double diplomas or PhD.

The BCL offers a stimulating and multicultural workplace, varied tasks with economic and financial dimensions, strong values and the opportunity to pursue a career in the national and European public interest.

Just submit your application via our job platform. Please note that only applications submitted online may be taken into account, application forms or CVs sent by post, fax or e-mail will not be accepted.
When applying online, please make sure that your file contains:

  • a detailed CV;
  • a motivation letter;
  • copy of your diploma(s).

Please note that you must upload all your documents when submitting your application, as it is not possible to add additional documents once the application has been submitted.

All fields preceded with an (*) are mandatory. However, you are strongly advised to fill in a maximum of the fields.

The BCL does not restrict the number of applications per candidate. Before applying for any position, please carefully evaluate whether your professional experience and qualifications match the requirements outlined in the vacancy notice. Please bear in mind that each vacancy requires a separate application.

Unless otherwise specified in the advert, you can send your application in French or in English.

You can send a spontaneous application by e-mail (jobs@bcl.lu). However, you will be more likely to apply for a specific position that matches your skills and experience.

The recruitment team will review your application. To ensure equal treatment and legal compliance in our recruitment processes, please address your motivation letter to the Executive Board of the BCL.

There are plenty of supported file formats such as doc, docx, PDF, JPG, PNG, GIF, html. File size is limited to 15 MB. Please note that you must upload all your documents when submitting your application, as it is not possible to add additional documents once the application has been submitted. In case of technical issues, you may send an email to jobs@bcl.lu, including the job number and title in your email subject and a screenshot of any error messages. For processing reasons, do not upload encrypted or password protected files.

Each time you apply for a position at BCL, you will receive an immediate confirmation email acknowledging that your application has been received and is made available to the recruiter.

There are several major phases foreseen in the process:
• a first assessment on the basis of diploma, professional experience and motivation;
• a physical interview with Human resources and the stakeholders;
• a test customized to the job role (optional);
• a personality test;
• an interview with the Executive Board of the BCL.

Recruiters normally receive a large number of applications and handle all applications in a timely manner.
Please note that the selection process may take some time depending on the number of applications received and the complexity of the positions to fill. 

Employees who fulfill the required conditions are hired under the status of state employees. Their status follows the regime of state employees as applicable at the BCL. Applicants should fill the following conditions:
a) Nationality of one of the European Union Member States,
b) Full possession of civil and political rights,
c) Appropriate moral standards,
d) Conditions of aptitude required for the exercise of the function,
e) Adequate knowledge of the three administrative languages as defined by the law of 24 February 1984 related to the regime of languages, except for positions, to be determined by a Grand-Ducal regulation, for which the knowledge of one of these languages is not considered necessary because of the nature and level of responsibility of these jobs.

Employees who do not meet the conditions listed above are recruited under a status of private employee; their contract is governed by the law of 24 May 1989 related to the employment contract.

More information can be found on: http://www.bcl.lu/fr/apropos/carrieres/Statut/index.html