Role & responsibilities

  • Drafting and reviewing contracts relating to or in connection with the service as well as internal memoranda of the CSSF
  • Formulate legal opinions
  • Ensuring a legal watch in relation to the missions entrusted to the CSSF
  • To take care of all matters relating to the status of CSSF agents within the framework of their functions and relationships with the CSSF
  • Interpret and apply the CSSF's code of conduct (in particular with regard to the management of internal conflicts of interest of CSSF staff) as well as civil servant reglementation
  • Drafting and reviewing public procurement files

Your profile

  • University degree in law (BAC +4 / BAC +5)
  • Good knowledge of the regulatory framework (law on the financial sector, European directives, CSSF circulars, law on public procurement)
  • Knowledge of social law as well as civil servant reglementation is an asset
  • Written and spoken fluency in French and English, as well as proficiency in German, Luxembourgish or another language would be an advantage
  • Ability to integrate a team
  • Critical mind, good capacity for analysis and synthesis
  • Very good organisation and follow-up, rigour and ability to work independently, availability
  • Versatility and agility both in terms of the subjects to be dealt with and the organisation of work

The successful candidate (m/f) will be hired as public employee (“employé de l’Etat”) under a permanent contract. If the candidate meets the required conditions, s/he will be asked to apply for admission to the status of civil servant (“fonctionnaire de l’Etat”).

Prior to the conclusion of the contract, the candidate must submit an extract from the criminal record (bulletin n°3), dated less than 2 months, in order to prove their conduct and integrity.

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Next steps

  1. Our HR team will perform a pre-screening of all candidate files before transmitting applications to the respective hiring managers.
  2. Chosen candidates will be contacted for HR & business interviews, followed by a written test. At this point, we will also require a recent extract of your criminal record. Depending on the number of entries, the gravity of the offence(s) and the date of the conviction(s), a candidate may be excluded from the recruitment process.
  3. Following the interview process, the applications of selected candidates will be submitted to the head of department and/or a member from our board of directors for a potential additional interview.
  4. The successful candidate will be hired as public employee (“employé de l’État”) and, if s/he meets the required conditions, s/he will be asked to apply for admission to the status of civil servant (“fonctionnaire de l’Etat”).

Please have a look at our FAQ to find additional guidance on our recruitment process.


For diplomas obtained outside of Luxembourg, Belgium or The Netherlands, we additionally require proof of their equivalence with national standards. While you may send your application without it, we encourage you to request this straight away in order to avoid delays later on in our recruitment process. Additional details can be obtained from the Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche for university level degrees or on guichet.public.lu for A-level (BAC) diplomas or other qualifications.

Please have a look at our FAQ to find additional guidance on our application and recruitment process.