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High goals and ambitions drive me every day to fight for them in the European Parliament. First and foremost, however, I am an MEP for the people in my home country. This idea is reflected in my MEP offices, which see themselves as a service provider for you as a citizen. My team and I will be happy to answer any questions or suggestions you may have.

You can reach us using the following contact details:

René_Repasi MdEP

Office in Brussels

Parlement européen
Bât. ALTIERO SPINELLI
12G202
60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel

Tel. +32 2 28 47466
rene.repasi@europarl.europa.eu

Office in Strasbourg

Parlement européen
Bât. LOUISE WEISS
T07025
1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman
CS 91024
F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Tel. +33 3 88 1 75466
rene.repasi@europarl.europa.eu

Constituency office Baden

Pforzheimer Straße 21
76227 Karlsruhe

Tel. +49 721 4671 2831
rene@repasi.eu

Opening Hours:
Tue-Thu 10:00 – 15:00 h

Constituency office Württemberg

Wilhelmsplatz 10
70182 Stuttgart

Tel. +49 721 4671 2831
rene@repasi.eu

Opening Hours:
Only by appointment

MY Team:

Offices in Brussels and Strasbourg

Nils Hess

Nils Hess

Head of Office

Nils coordinates my parliamentary work in Brussels and manages my parliamentary office in Brussels and Strasbourg. Together with him, I work on the broad range of topics in the Committee for Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO). He brings some Brussels experience to our work, having worked for many years with my predecessor Evelyne Gebhardt as a parliamentary advisor. Before coming to Brussels, Nils studied in Bayreuth, Seoul and Istanbul.

Bianca Bichler

Bianca Bichler

Research assistant

Bianca is currently completing her master’s degrees in International Business Administration and Peace Studies and is the newest addition to my team. The Austrian already brings experience in serving the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) and the Special Committee on Fiscal Affairs (FISC) from her time as an intern for my colleague Vice President Evelyn Regner.

Daria Schmitz

Daria Schmitz

Research assistant

Daria is currently studying European Law at Leiden University (Netherlands) and works as a parliamentary advisor in my team in Brussels. Here she supports me in my committee work.

Caroline von Lampe

Caroline von Lampe

Trainee

Caroline has been supporting my team in Brussels as an intern since September. She is mainly involved in committee work and accompanies various reports in the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) and the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO). Previously, she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford this summer and now wants to gain a deeper insight into the political processes and procedures of the European Parliament.

Gina Pompilius

Gina Pompilius

Administrative Assistant

Gina is bringing her long time experience as assistant to my office in Brussels. She is mostly taking care of the appointment & event management and administrative functions.

Half french & German, she studied Germanic languages at the University in Strasbourg and worked in France and Germany before settling in Brussels.

Constituency offices in Karlsruhe and Stuttgart

Tim Strobel

Tim Strobel

Head of Office

Tim coordinates my work in Baden-Württemberg and manages my two constituency offices in Karlsruhe and Stuttgart. He previously studied political and administrative science in Constance and Bordeaux, as well as public policy at Oxford. During his studies, Tim was already involved in many activities, most recently as a city councilor in his hometown of Engen and as a district councilor and SPD chairman in the district of Constance.

An Tang

An Tang

Research assistant

An is responsible for general duties in my constituency office, organizes visitor trips and is the contact person for inquiries. In addition to his studies in biology, he has been politically involved for years in the SPD and in the student self-government at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in the field of university policy and networking. Currently, he is chairman of the SPD working group Migration and Diversity BW and active in the student council of EUCOR, a trinational university network in the Upper Rhine area.

Davis Riedel

Davis Riedel

Student assistant

Davis is responsible in particular for office work, social media and video editing in my constituency office in Karlsruhe. He is studying computer science at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and is originally from Mühlacker in the Enzkreis district, where he remains politically active. Davis was district chairman of the Jusos and is a member of the board of the SPD district association Enzkreis/Pforzheim.

Job Offerings

Open Job Offerings

We do not have any open job offerings at the moment. Please feel free to come here again at a later time.

Internships and legal trainees

How does the office of a Member of the European Parliament work? How does the European legislative process work in practice and where do MEPs actually participate? And what is actually going on politically in the “capital” Brussels?

If these are questions that have always interested you or have been on your mind during your studies and you would like to find answers to them during an internship, then you have come to the right place.

Offer for legal trainees: We are accepting applications for 2024.

In my office in Brussels, I would like to give trainee lawyers the opportunity to complete their electoral period.

As a trainee lawyer, you will primarily support me in my parliamentary work in the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee (IMCO), the Legal Affairs Committee (JURI) and the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON). In addition, you will also have the opportunity to gain an exciting insight behind the scenes of the work in a parliamentary office.

If you are interested in a varied job with a lot of personal responsibility in an international environment and would like to work in a motivated team, please send us your application consisting of a tabular CV and a letter of motivation as a PDF file, as well as the desired period of time to rene.repasi@ep.europa.eu. We will also be happy to answer any questions you may have by phone at +32 2 28 38466.

We are currently accepting applications for 2024.

Unfortunately, we categorically cannot consider applications that will cover the period of the parliamentary summer recess.

Offer for internships: Currently all places are filled.

We are not advertising any more internships at the moment. Please feel free to check back here at a later date.

Contact me!

I am glad for every suggestion and question that reaches me as a Member of the European Parliament. We – my team and I –  always try to answer promptly and get back to you in a timely manner. Feel free to follow me on my social media channels to stay up to date!

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