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At EMBL-EBI we have a diverse, multidisciplinary team of over 850 people from 78 countries.

In a nutshell

We value your skills, wherever you may come from and we offer a generous benefits package to support you.


We are delighted that you are keen to join us. Our application process remains the same:

  1. Find the role you want to apply for on our Jobs page.
  2. Upload your CV and cover letter.
  3. A qualified panel will assess your application.
  4. We will contact you with the outcome within 2-4 weeks after the vacancy has closed.


During this time, we will only be conducting online job interviews. As part of the process, you will speak to your potential Group or Team leader and you will also have the chance to have an informal catch up with your prospective colleagues for a personal insight into what it's like to work in our incredible teams.


Over the past year, we have successfully onboarded many new employees into the EMBL-EBI family. All our new starters are set up with the resources, hardware and digital capability to work from home – wherever this may be!

If you are currently located overseas, you have the option of starting employment in your home country until restrictions ease. We make every effort to accommodate individual circumstances and your Recruitment Officer will be able to guide you through the process every step of the way.

Recruitment and work continues from home
Recruitment and work continues from home. Photo: EMBL-EBI

Remote working & our social side

In order to stay connected and help you feel part of our vibrant team, we offer access to a multitude of activities while working remotely. Some of our most popular sessions have included a virtual MasterChef, fitness classes, boardgames and of course, regular Town Halls with our Directors.

If you have any questions, please email the Recruitment team on

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