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Andrea Reichel

(European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion)

Lecture on “Upcoming changes in the EURES-Network”

 

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Since 10/2004 official at the European Commission in various Directorate-Generals, namely:

2017 — today: DG for Employment, Social affairs and Inclusion, Unit “Free movement of workers, EURES”,
Policy officer cross-border job mobility & gover­nance of the Eures Coordination group

2008–2017: DG Informatics, Unit „Interoperability“, Communication manager for the EU programme ISA²
Communication manager, in charge of promoting the eGov solutions developed under the programme towards the public admin­is­tra­tions of the Member States

2006–2008: DG Enterprise & Industry, Unit “Entrepreneurship”,
Policy coordi­nator, in charge of coordi­nating the imple­men­tation of the European Charter of Small Enterprises in the Member States

2004–2006: DG Research, Unit “Research and SMEs”
Research programme officer, in charge of managing research programme projects under FP 6 & Call coordi­nator for an SME Call on Collective research

2003- 2004: Chancellery of State of the Land of North Rhine-Westphalia, Department of European policy, Düsseldorf, Germany
In charge of a campaign promoting the 2004 EU enlargement towards citizens and businesses

1996-200: Leading the office of an associ­ation of 80 IT-businesses, research insti­tutes and chairs in the Aachen region

Studies and appren­ticeship

2001–2003
Postgraduate studies “International Management and Economics Programme” at the univer­sities of Maastricht, Lüttich and Aachen

1990–1996
Studies of Business Economics at the RWTH Aachen, Germany

1988–1991
Bank appren­ticeship at savings Bank Aachen, Germany