Secretaries/Clerks (Contract Staff)
European Commission, European Parliament, Council Of The European Union, Other EU Bodies, Agencies And Delegations
Brussels Or Luxembourg. A Limited Number Of Contracts May Be Available In Other EU Cities and In EU Delegations Worldwide
The European Union has launched an open call for expressions of interest for Contract Staff with experience in secretarial and clerical support (grade FG II). Recruited staff at grade FG II will mainly work on: • Secretarial tasks to do with organising meetings, business trips, etc. • Various other routine secretarial tasks, transmission and filing of documents and correspondence, monitoring correspondence, keeping a diary of appointments, managing your hierarchical superior’s email in-box, etc. • Assisting with drafting (memos, notes, minutes. • Assisting with the coordination and planning of work in the Department. • Word processing in the main language and possibly in another official language of the EU. • PC work relating to document presentation (e.g. page layout, formatting, tables. • Various administrative tasks associated with file management. Before applying, you should read the Call for Expressions of Interest and ensure that you meet the eligibility requirements specified in this document: epso.europa.eu/sites/epso/files/documents/casts/ 2017/epsocastp1-172017/cast-p-call-consolidated-version/en.pdf. Applicants must Register / Create an EPSO Account and then apply online: epso.europa.eu/job-opportunities/cast/2100/description_en. Candidates must choose a first language (language 1) from among all 24 official languages of the European Union, and a second language (language 2), different from the first one, from among English, French, and German. Online applications must be submitted in the candidates' second language. To indicate your on-going interest in this procedure you must update your application at least once every 6 months. Otherwise, your details will no longer be visible to the recruiting services. -- The EU Jobs team at the Department of Foreign Affairs provides advice and support to Irish candidates sitting the various EPSO EU Jobs competitions. This support has taken the form of information sessions with experts in EPSO competition procedures, provision of question materials for the Computer Based Testing stage, and the organisation of specialised training sessions for those sitting the Assessment Centre stage. The support we provide is adapted to the format of each competition. We are open to discussing the supports we can provide to help you in these competitive procedures and invite you to contact us for more information at: www.dfa.ie/eujobs/contact-us/ No deadline- Open call Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.
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