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Contract staff members (m/f) in the area of surveillance and prevention


The European Parliament is establishing a database of candidates for recruitment as contract staff members in the area of surveillance and prevention (function group I).

Under the authority of the official responsible and on the basis of the European Parliament's security measures, you will perform duties relating to surveillance, prevention and the protection of persons and property on the European 

Parliament's premises, e.g.:

  • filtering and controlling access for persons and goods,
  • carrying out security patrols,
  • intervening in response to fire emergencies and alarms
  • providing first aid,
  • performing various administrative tasks.

 

To apply for this position, you should have:

  • successfully-completed compulsory education, and
  • at least two years’ relevant professional experience.

 

You also need:

  • EU citizenship,
  • a thorough knowledge of an official EU language (level C1), and
  • a satisfactory knowledge of English, French or German (level B2).

 

Location: the posts will be based mainly in Luxembourg, but also in Brussels and Strasbourg.

Initial basic salary: €1862.54 (indicative monthly starting salary for a 40-hour working week). As well as providing support and assistance to new staff for relocation, the EU institutions also offer a comprehensive remuneration package, including pension and health insurance.

The number of posts available is roughly 300. Contracts will be concluded for an initial period of 1 year and may be renewed.

For full details on the profile, the selection procedure and the evaluation criteria read the Call for Expression of Interest.

 

How does the European Parliament select and recruit?

Your application will be screened on the basis of your qualifications and work experience, using the criteria set out in the Call for Expressions of Interest. The names of the 600 candidates who have obtained the highest number of points and who meet the general and specific conditions laid down in the Call for Expressions of Interest will be entered in the database and will not be made public in any other form. The results of the selection procedure will be published in the candidates' EPSO accounts.

Inclusion in the database is not a guarantee that you will be offered a post.

The database will be used only by the European parliament. As vacancies arise, recruiting departments will consult the database and invite to interview those candidates whose profiles best match the requirements of the posts in question. For the interview, candidates will be required to provide the documents proving that they meet all the conditions laid down in the call for expressions of interest.

Depending on the outcome of the interview, candidates may be offered a post.

 

This selection procedure is organised by the European Parliament with technical support from the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO). For questions regarding the procedure, contact the specific mailbox: ACprevention2015@ep.europa.eu

All applicants to selection procedures will be given an equal opportunity to demonstrate their abilities. See more on Equal Opportunities and Special needs.

Deadline for application: 3 September 2015 at 12.00 midday (Brussels time).

This selection procedure is now closed for applications. Check here for current and upcoming competitions.

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