Friday, May 29, 2015

Intern - Audio-visual archives. IFRC, Geneva. Open until 31 May 2015

Date of issue:19-05-2015Closing date (Geneva time zone):31-05-2015
Duty station:GenevaCountry:SWITZERLAND
Duty station status:Accompanied status:
Duration:6 months Mission dates: 01 June, 2015 - 27 November, 2015
Category of Staff: Internship Grade:
Vacancy No:IFRC00576


The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian organization, with 189 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.
Organizational Context
Archives contribute to the organization in three main ways. They foster and facilitate: 1. Organizational Memory: as evidence of past actions, the archives can help to avoid duplication of effort by acting as sources of information on key issues or problems that the Federation faces again and again. 2. Historical Research: the archives are everyday business records that have been preserved, so they can give a researcher a closer look at the way the Federation operated in the past than any other source. 3. Accountability: the archives can be checked to ensure that the activities and responsibilities that have been entrusted to the Federation have been carried out as effectively as possible.
Job Purpose

Prepare the Communications Department’s historic photograph and video collection for off-site storage.
Job Duties and Responsibilities

Assess the physical condition of the photographs and videos and identify any requiring immediate conservation treatment.
Box the photographs and videos for shipment to off-site storage.
Enter brief descriptions of the photographs and videos into a database.

Partial or full completion of a university degree in one of the fields of Archives, Audio-visual, Communications, Social Science.

Research using audio-visual materials
Cataloguing audio-visual materials
Working with video databases and dealing with different video formats
Knowledge, skills and languages

Fluency in English
Fluency/ working knowledge in French, preferred
Competencies and values
Applicants may be requested to complete written exercises and/or be interviewed.

The basic internship is intended for young people pursuing university level education to gain work experience in the area of their education.

The basic intern must meet the following criteria:
- Be currently-enrolled in a university or equivalent level, or have graduated recently (normally within 1 year from the date of hiring) in an area that is compatible with the IFRC activities. A minimum requirement is an endorsement letter attesting to the fact that the intern is currently a registered student and will continue to be enrolled for the envisaged period of the internship.

- A daily allowance is paid to interns for each day worked at the IFRC at the end of each month (75CHF per day worked).

- Costs and arrangements for travel, visas, accommodation, insurance and living expenses are the sole responsibility of interns themselves.

The selected candidates will be interviewed by telephone.

The Federation is an equal opportunity employer.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Data Specialist. Open Society Archives, Budapest. Open until 10 June 2015

Data Specialist, Open Society Archives (HUN)


Position for: Staff Unit: Open Society Archives

Full-time Starting date: August 1, 2015

Application deadline: June 10 2015

Full Or Part Time: Full-Time (40 working hours/week)

The Open Society Archives seeks a dynamic, interesting individual for a Data Specialist position to implement its new archival management system and enhance the cataloging/processing procedures at OSA.

The Open Society Archives affiliated with the Central European University is an international research center and Cold War archive, founded by George Soros in 1995. It is member of the Open Society Foundations Network (OSF). The Archives with its vast multilingual collections on Cold War, Human Rights and Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe constitute one of the world’s largest repository on recent history.

The Specialist will assist the Director and the Chief Archivist in processing and publishing online OSA holdings and expanding its digital services:

• Enhancing the intellectual control over OSA holdings

• Demonstrated knowledge of processing textual and audiovisual materials including descriptive techniques, international archival standards and good practices, and metadata standards in general.

• Supervising temporary staff and/or interns in processing, cataloging, data curation activities and assigning/monitoring the tasks to ensure efficient and productive workflow

• Coordinating development projects: gathering requirements, needs, running user acceptance tests, producing system documentation and working closely with the ICT staff

· Working knowledge of software systems related to repository, management, access and preservation such as Drupal, Dspace, Fedora, Islandora, Hydra, Archivists’ Toolkit, Archives Space, Archivematica, and MetaArchive.

· Knowledge of XML, HTML, databases, XSLT. Experience with XML and related technologies, TEI, EAD scripting, Ruby on Rails; knowledge of linked open data issues and the semantic web

• Acting as quality controller and providing consultation, training to OSA staff and researchers

• Liasing with CEU and OSF staff and participating in information management projects upon request

• Documenting the state of the art, updating policies and procedures under the guidance of the Chief Archivist

Conducting research on web technologies, user studies, digital preservation and semantic technologies


•Master degree in archival and information science, or a related field and at least 3 years intensive experience of work in archives, information management.

•Knowledge of 20th century East-European history, or related field preferred.

•Several years’ experience supervising and managing projects

•Knowledge of archival arrangement and description practices and metadata standards

•Knowledge of digital asset management systems, archival management solutions, digital library or repository software

•Ability to work independently and as a team member, exercise good judgment and initiative, and manage sensitive material in a confidential manner.

•Excellent command of English

•Excellent written and verbal communication skills, analytical and organizational skills, attention to detail, problem-solving and interpersonal skills.


Commensurate with experience. However, we offer a competitive salary, as well as a dynamic and international academic environment. This is a full time position

Intern - Legal Affairs. ICTY, The Hague. Open until 13 July 2015

INTERN - LEGAL AFFAIRS (Court Support Services Section), REGISTRY, I
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
14 May 2015-13 July 2015

United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Special Notice
A complete online application including ALL of the documents listed below is required. Please note that documents may only be in English or French, and that incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Applicants must attach ALL of the following documents to each UN Careers portal application submitted via
1. completed ICTY Intern Acceptance and Undertaking
2. completed Internship preference and availability form
3. Two (2) letters of recommendation
4. Copies of university/law studies transcripts (including courses taken and grades received)
5. A photocopy of your valid medical insurance OR a signed statement confirming your intent to obtain medical insurance while you are in the Netherlands
6. A sample of the applicant’s written work preferably in a field relevant to the work of the Tribunal and not longer than ten pages.
Org. Setting and Reporting
The International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991, more commonly referred to as the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia or ICTY, is a body of the United Nations established to prosecute serious crimes committed during the wars in the former Yugoslavia, and to try their perpetrators. The tribunal is an ad hoc UN court which is located in The Hague, The Netherlands.

General information on the ICTY internship program may be found on the ICTY web site’s internship pages, including:
• Information about the ICTY offices which offer internships:
• Additional information about the ICTY Internship programme:
• Forms relevant to the ICTY Internship programme:
• ICTY Internship FAQs:

An ICTY internship is UNPAID and full-time. Core working hours for interns are Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Additional hours may be required to meet deadlines for specific projects. Interns work under the supervision of a staff member in the office to which they are assigned. The duration of an ICTY internship can range from a minimum of three months to a maximum of six months, according to the needs of the intern’s assigned office.

This position is located in the Court Support Services Section (CSSS) of the Registry and under the direct supervision and direction of an Internship Coordinator who is a Court Officer. The incumbent will work with the Court Operations Unit (COU) and the Victims and Witnesses Section (VWS). COU ensures the smooth and efficient operation of court proceedings and its primary purpose is to facilitate all court proceedings, including not only trials but also hearings, conferences, depositions and Rule 92bis missions. COU has responsibility for making all necessary organizational and judicial arrangements for court proceedings and is responsible for the receipt, filing, reproduction and public dissemination of court documents, including transcripts, exhibits, arrest warrants, indictments, motions, briefs and court orders issued by the Chambers. COU is also the official custodian and maintains the archives of all official court case records which include audio visual records. In addition, COU is host of a large amount of administrative legal projects and also provides administrative support to Accused at the ICTY that have elected to represent themselves. Interns are incorporated in all COU tasks and are provided with projects to be completed before the end of their internship.
The VWS is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of all witnesses, whether called by the prosecution, the defencem or the court itself. The COU is also chargd with providing legal support to the VWS on legal issues arising in the unit, including requests to vary protective measures.
In CSSS, interns will have the opportunity to work closely with the Chief, COU, VWS, Judicial Records Management, Court Officers, Pro Se Legal Liaison Officer and Judicial Archives Unit. Interns assist with a broad range of projects, including: support on administrative legal issues for the daily tasks of the Court Officers; legal research and drafting submissions, reports, and correspondence with internal and external authorities; research on judicial activities and elaboration of judicial advice related to issues concerning procedure and judicial practices of hearings; managing transcripts of all hearings; involvement with the arrival or departure of detained persons from/to The Hague. Interns may also perform routine tasks such as compiling and collating materials, and other duties as assigned by CSSS.
Core Values
• Professionalism Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations.

• Respect for Diversity – Works effectively with people from all backgrounds; treats all people with dignity and respect; treats men and women equally; shows respect for and understanding of diverse points of view and demonstrates this understanding in daily work and decision-making; does not discriminate against any individual or group.

• Integrity - Demonstrates the values of the United Nations in daily activities and behaviours. Acts without consideration of personal gain. Resists undue political pressure in decision-making. Does not abuse power or authority. Stands by decisions that are in the Organization’s interest, even if they are unpopular. Takes prompt action in cases of unprofessional or unethical behaviour.

Core Competencies:
• Communication – Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

• Teamwork – Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organisational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Candidates for internships in COU are required to ”(a) Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); (b) Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent); or (c) Have graduated with a university degree (as defined in (a) and (b) above), and if selected, must commence the internship within a one-year period of graduation.” Applicants must be able to demonstrate technological awareness and be able to use computers.
Work Experience
Applicants are not necessarily required to have previous professional work experience for participation in the programme but at the time of the application must be at least 18 years old. Prior legal experience will be considered as an asset.
English and French are the working languages of the Tribunal. Fluency in oral and written English is required and knowledge of French or Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian will be considered an asset.
Assessment Method
Short-listed candidates may be contacted by the hiring team directly if further information is needed during the review of their application. Due to the high volume of applications received, candidates who have not been short-listed will not be contacted.
United Nations Considerations
The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
No Fee

Archival and Records Management Consultant. UN Women. Open until 1 June 2015

Archival and Records Management Consultant

Advertised on behalf of :

Application Deadline :01-Jun-15
Type of Contract :Individual Contract
Post Level :National Consultant
Languages Required :English
Starting Date :
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
Duration of Initial Contract :3 months


UN Women, grounded in the vision of equality enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, works for the elimination of discrimination against women and girls; the empowerment of women; and the achievement of equality between women and men as partners and beneficiaries of development, human rights, humanitarian action and peace and security.
About the Region and/or Section: UN Women Headquarters, New York, NY, U.S.A.
About the Position: Archival and Records Management Consultant.
Impact of Results: Implementation of a records managements and archival system across the organization and in line with our business continuity plan.

Duties and Responsibilities
Summary of Key Functions:
  • Develop records management and archiving policy; paper and electronic/digital materials;
  • Develop a step-by-step plan for collection, cataloguing, utilization, retrieval and management of archiving materials;
  • Work with IT section on the library and archiving database development so that exploration of materials in the data base is easy for users;
  • Conduct on-the-job capacity enhancement trainings in information management and archiving. Technical consultant will utilize the best practice in information management and archiving.
Description of Functions:
  • Address how and when documents are created, reviewed, shared, utilized, retained and destroyed. This applies to electronic documents such as emails, Word documents, PowerPoint presentations and Excel spread sheets, as well as hard copy paper documents;
  • Review and revise where needed current policies and procedures (POM) addressing relevant issues such as the type of documents that are needed to be retained, where they are to be stored, how long they are to be retained (retention schedule), how they are to be handled, and related responsibilities; including categorization of different types of documents and specification on what should be saved and where;
  • Prepare a roadmap for the implementation of a records management and archival system across the organization.

Core values and Guiding principles:
  • Demonstrate consistency in upholding and promoting the values of UN Women in actions and decisions, in line with the UN Code of Conduct;
  • Demonstrate professional competence and expert knowledge of the pertinent substantive areas of work;
  • Cultural sensitivity and valuing diversity;
  • Demonstrate an appreciation of the multicultural nature of the organization and the diversity of its staff. Demonstrate an international outlook, appreciating difference in values and learning from cultural diversity.
Core competencies:
Ethics and Values
  • Demonstrate and safeguard ethics and integrity;
  • Organizational Awareness;
  • Demonstrate corporate knowledge and sound judgment;
  • Development and Innovation;
  • Take charge of self-development and take initiative.
Work in teams
  • Demonstrate ability to work in a multicultural, multi ethnic environment and to maintain effective working relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds;
  • Communicating and Information Sharing;
  • Facilitate and encourage open communication and strive for effective communication;
  • Self-management and Emotional Intelligence;
  • Stay composed and positive even in difficult moments, handle tense situations with diplomacy and tact, and have a consistent behavior towards others.
Conflict Management
  • Surface conflicts and address them proactively acknowledging different feelings and views and directing energy towards a mutually acceptable solution;
  • Continuous Learning and Knowledge Sharing;
  • Encourage learning and sharing of knowledge;
  • Appropriate and Transparent Decision Making;
  • Demonstrate informed and transparent decision making.
Functional competencies:
  • Substantial experience in library, archiving and cataloging development;
  • Ability to conduct trainings on archive development and maintenance;
  • Well developed interpersonal skills and sensivitiy to local custom and traditions;
  • Good management skills;
  • Strong strategic and creative thinking;
  • Promotes the vision, mission and strategic goals of the project.

Required Skills and Experience
  • Master’s degree or equivalent in Library and Information Science or relevant field with equivalent practical experience.
  • Minimum of 8 years of relevant experience in undertaking archive and information/records management exercises;
  • Previous work experience with UN or other development agencies in archive and records management is highly desirable.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English is required;
  • Knowledge of the other UN working knowledge is an asset.

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UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Senior Specialist, Corporate Content Management, AD7. Europol, The Hague. Open until 1 June 2015

Europol Public Information

EDOC 749832



Name of the Post:

Senior Specialist Corporate Content

Management within the Strategic and

External Affairs Group in the Corporate

Services Business Area (AD7)

Reporting to:

Senior Specialist Corporate Content



About Europol

Applications are invited for this position at the European Police Office (Europol).


Europol is located in The Hague, The Netherlands, and its main tasks are the


a) to collect, store, process, analyse and exchange information and intelligence;

b) to aid investigations in the Member States, in particular by forwarding all

relevant information to the national units;

c) to ask the competent authorities of the Member States concerned to initiate,

conduct or coordinate investigations and to suggest the setting up of joint

investigation teams in specific cases;

d) to provide intelligence and analytical support to Member States in

connection with major international events;

e) to prepare threat assessments, strategic analyses and general situation

reports relating to its objective, including organised crime threat


For more information please visit Europol’s website

Europol applies a policy of equal opportunity for men and women and

accepts applications without distinction on ground of sex, race colour,

ethnic or social origin, genetic characteristics, and language, religious,

political or other convictions and opinions, financial situation, disability,

age sexual orientation, marital status or family situation. Applications from

female candidates are particularly encouraged. Employment at Europol is

open to nationals of the EU Member States. There is no national quota

system in operation but Europol is required to strive for a broad range of

nationalities in order to keep a well balanced geographical distribution

among its staff members.


Europol has been established under the Council Decision (EC) No. 2009/371 of 6 April 2009.

The Hague, 14 April 2015

Reg. nº: Europol/2015/TA/AD7/173



Background and main purpose of the post

Within the Corporate Services Business Area, the Strategic and External Affairs

Group is responsible for:

a) Supporting the Directorate in providing leadership and strategic direction to

Europol, including corporate support for the effective discharge of Europol’s

governance responsibilities towards the Management Board (MB) of Europol and its

working groups and for the management of Europol’s external relations, including

EU working groups;

b) Developing and monitoring the implementation of the Europol Strategy and the

annual Europol Work Programmes, including the management of effective

performance reporting and the management of the Corporate Programme Office


c) Developing and implementing Process and Quality Management at Europol;

d) Managing and improving processes related to document and records

management, including business product management of the Document

Management System (DMS) and the maintenance of an accurate record of key

corporate documents.



Tasks and responsibilities

The successful applicant will have to carry out the following main duties:

Manage and improve corporate content management within Europol by

- Identifying opportunities to maximise the effectiveness of corporate

content management at Europol, in particular its document- and records

management system other collaboration tools and related processes;

- Developing Europol’s document- and records management system

focusing on functional requirements related to electronic document- and

records management, including electronic workflows and collaboration;

- Developing, implementing and evaluating business processes and

standards in relation to corporate content management.

Provide the Directorate of Europol and staff members concerned with a

complete overview of records presented and decided at strategic level

(making use of the document- and records management system);

Supervise the central archive of records produced at strategic level (e.g.

Management Board, EU bodies and working groups with relevance for

Europol as well as Directorate decisions);

Support the team leader of the Corporate Content Management team in

coordinating the staff dealing with strategic document management

including prioritisation and allocation of work;

Represent the business side in corporate content management related


Perform any other related tasks as requested by the line manager.





4.1 Eligibility criteria:

a. Candidates must

Be a national of one of the Member States of the European Union

and enjoy full rights as a citizen;

Have fulfilled any obligations imposed by the applicable laws on

military service;

Produce appropriate character references as to his or her

suitability for the performance of the duties;

Be physically fit to perform the duties pertaining to the position;2

Produce evidence of a thorough knowledge of one of the

languages of the Union and a satisfactory knowledge of another

language of the Union to the extent necessary for the

performance of the duties.

b. Candidates must have:

A level of education which corresponds to completed university

studies, preferably in the area of Business or Public

Administration, attested by a diploma when the normal period of

university education is 4 years or more;


A level of education which corresponds to completed university

studies, preferably in the area of Business or Public

Administration, attested by a diploma and appropriate

professional experience of at least 1 year when the normal period

of university education is 3 years.

In addition to the above at least 6 years of professional work

experience after the award of the diploma.

4.2 Selection criteria:

a. Professional experience:


Experience in functional management of document- and records

management systems (Enterprise Content Management systems);

Experience in business analysis and process improvement related to

document- and records management (e.g. electronic workflows,

electronic approval of documents);

Experience in managing information in accordance with

confidentiality regulations.


Prior to appointment the successful candidate will be medically examined by one of the institution’s

medical officers in order that the institution may be satisfied that the candidate fulfils the

requirements of Article 12(2)(d) CEOS



Experience in implementing ECM systems;

Experience in project management and change management;

Experience in working in an international, multidisciplinary work



b. Professional knowledge:


Sound knowledge of the concepts, principles and practice of

document- and records management;

Sound knowledge of methods and tools for the definition and

implementation of electronic workflows.



Knowledge of Open Text Enterprise Content Management solutions;

Knowledge of SharePoint 2010 and/or 2013;

Knowledge of MS Project and MS Visio;

Knowledge of the structures of the European Union, its policies and

activities in particular in the area of Justice and Home Affairs.


c. Technical skills and competencies:


Excellent communication skills in English, both verbally and in writing,

with the ability to communicate with a variety of stakeholders and


Excellent organisational skills including the ability to plan, manage

and prioritise workload to meet deadlines;

Excellent drafting skills with accuracy and attention to detail;

Competent user of Microsoft Office applications (MS Word, Excel,

PowerPoint and Outlook) and the internet.

d. Social skills and competencies:


Ability to coordinate a diverse team including the ability to motivate

staff, effectively plan and monitor the work of other staff members

and to provide guidance;

Excellent interpersonal skills including the capacity to work in a multinational


High sense of commitment including the ability to demonstrate a high

degree of stress resilience;

Good negotiation skills as well as the ability to deal with sensitive and

confidential issues;


Ability to function both as an independent professional as well as a

member of a team;

Service oriented approach.

5. Selection procedure


The Contracting Authority sets up a Selection Committee which consists of three

members, one from the Business Area Administration/Recruitment and Selection

Team of Europol, one from the concerned Business Area or Department and one

designated by the Staff Committee.


non-restricted temporary agent posts, particularly for the selection

procedures of experts, the Selection Committee may include up to two additional

members designated by the Contracting Authority on a proposal from the

Chairperson of the Management Board. The additional member(s) will be either a

representative of the Presidency or one representative of the Presidency and one

from another Member State.

The Selection Committee determines candidates’ suitability for the position by

assessing their skills, experience and qualifications against the established job

profile and makes an initial selection from the applications received.

The Selection Committee will invite the 5 highest scoring candidates (short-listed).

All candidates having a score equal to the 5

th highest scoring candidate will be

included to the list of invited candidates.

Shortlisted applicants are invited to participate in a post-related selection procedure,

generally consisting of written and/or practical tests and competency-based


The Contracting Authority makes a decision of appointment on the basis of advice

from the Selection Committee. He will inform the Committee of his decision. All

candidates who attend the selection procedure will be informed of the outcome.

Candidates who attended a selection procedure may request feedback on their

performance of the written test and interview within three months after the

selection procedure. Europol will not be in a position to respond to feedback

inquiries received outside this time frame.

The Selection Committee’s work and deliberations are confidential. It is forbidden

for candidates to make direct or indirect contact with the members of the Selection

Committee or for anyone to do so on their behalf. All enquiries or requests for

information or documentation in relation to the competition should be addressed to

the Europol Recruitment Office.




Scale: AD7

The basic monthly salary is EUR

5 612, 65 (step 1) or EUR 5 848, 50 (step 2).

The step in grade is determined on the basis of professional experience gained after

the education required for the position and in line with applicable implementing



Detailed information on the selection procedure, including the appeal procedure is available in the

Europol Recruitment Guidelines, on Europol’s website.


In addition, if applicable, allowances such as expatriation allowance,

household allowance, dependent child allowance and education may be


Europol offers a comprehensive welfare package comprising additional

benefits such as medical insurance, unemployment and invalidity

allowance as well as a pension scheme.

Salaries are subject to the Union tax but exempt from national taxation.



Terms and conditions

7.1 Probation period

Engagement for this position is subject to the successful completion of a

probationary period of 9 months. Within this period the successful candidate will

have to undergo a post-related security screening.

Europol reserves the right to terminate the contract of employment during or at the

end of the probation period in accordance with Article 14 of CEOS.

7.2 Security screening and certificate of good conduct

All candidates who have successfully passed a selection procedure are required to

apply for a national “certificate of good conduct” at the time an offer of employment

is made. The “certificate of good conduct” must be provided to Europol prior the

signature of the employment contract. In case of unfavourable entries in the

“Certificate of good conduct” Europol reserves the right not to award an

employment contract.

However, the national certificate of good conduct does not substitute a valid full

Personal Security Clearance Certificate (PSCC) that must be obtained for all Europol

staff at the level indicated in the Job Description. A PSCC is a certificate issued by a

competent authority establishing that an individual is security cleared. It contains:

the level of clearance; the date of issuance and the date of expiry. Failure to obtain

the requisite security clearance before the expiration of the probationary period

may be cause for termination of employment contract.

The requested level of Security Clearance for this post UE


7.3 Contract of employment

The successful candidate will be recruited as

Temporary Agent AD7 pursuant to

Article 2 (f) of CEOS, for a period of 5 years

4 (full-time – 40 hours a week).

The contract may be renewed. Only in highly exceptional cases, Europol grants

third contracts of an indefinite nature.

For further information on terms and conditions please consult the EC Staff

Regulations which are available on Europol’s website


For the internal candidates the duration of the current contract will be taken into account in the total

duration of the contract.


Data Protection

The data submitted is processed in order to assess the suitability of candidates for

a position at Europol. All personal data collected for the purpose of the selection

procedure will only be used within this specific context and will not be disclosed to

any third party, except for restricted posts in which the application may be

transmitted to the National Unit and the respective Liaison Bureau.

Any data provided will be treated in strict confidence and in full compliance with all

applicable data protection rules. The legal bases for the processing of personal data

are the Staff Regulations of Officials and the Conditions of Employment of Other

Servants of the European Communities (Title III Chapter 1) and their implementing


All documents provided to Europol will be kept in Europol’s files and will not be

returned to the candidate. Applications of non-recruited candidates will be kept for

a maximum of two years. Data of non-recruited applicants on the reserve list for

appointment will be kept for a maximum of two years after the expiry of the

reserve list. Data of recruited candidates will be transferred to their personal file.

The Head of Administration is responsible for the data processing operation.

Candidates have the right to access, rectify, block and erase their personal data in

accordance with the applicable data protection rules.

Candidates have the right of recourse to the Europol Data Protection Office (Data

Protection Office - PO Box 90850, 2509 LW The Hague, The Netherlands) and the

Joint Supervisory Body (



Additional Information

9.1 Main dates:

Deadline for application:

1 June 2015

Recruitment procedure: to be determined

9.2 Selection procedure

Please refer to the EUROPOL RECRUITMENT GUIDELINES available on Europol’s

website for further details on the application process and

the selection procedure.

9.3 Contact Details

For further details on the application process please call +31 (0) 70 353 1583 or

+31 (0) 70 302 5075.