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The European Union currently has 141 delegations which are placed under the authority of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, who is also Vice President of the European Commission.
The agent is responsible, under the authority of the Head of Delegation, for the Administrative Section of the Delegation. Tasks include leading a team of local agents in charge of the day to day running of the delegation.
The agent, together with an administration team, is responsible, under the supervision of the Head of Delegation, for dealing with personnel matters of all staff, managing the delegation building and Head of Delegation residence, providing for equipment and services, ensuring security of staff members, infrastructures as well as of transmission of information, the overall administrative and financial management of the delegation’s budget, including procurement procedures. The future Head of Administration has to provide advice and support with regard to the search of housing for arriving colleagues. The Head of Administration shall act as Imprest Account Holder, as appointed by the Accounting Officer of the EEAS (ABAC system). The Head of Administration is also in charge of relations with local authorities relating to the administrative functioning of the delegation, including protocol related issues.
Under the responsibility of the Head of Delegation, the agent should ensure the proper functioning of the administration, which is essential for the overall performance of the delegation. The Head of Administration plays a fundamental role inside the delegation and in relation with local authorities and companies. Exposed to a wide variety of tasks and stakeholders, the essential attributes of a Head of Administration are organisational skills, openness and flexibility, adaptability and willingness to learn and to take the initiative when necessary. Excellent human contacts and service culture are also prerequisites.
In order to be eligible for the post of contract agent FG III candidates must:
Candidates must meet the minimum qualifications for engagement as contract agent FG III:
The European External Action Service (EEAS) is seeking a highly motivated FG III contract agent to occupy the post of Team leader in Delegation – Administration section – in the EU DELEGATION in Uruguay.
The successful candidate shall have the following profile and qualities:
Education in either business administration, human resources management, finance or accounting and bookkeeping or equivalent practical experience in these areas
Proven pertinent experience in one or several of the following areas:
Before submitting their application, candidates should carefully check whether they meet all the eligibility criteria. Failure to meet any of these eligibility requirements means an automatic exclusion from the selection procedure.
Applications (CV and motivation letters) are to be sent to email@example.com
In your application, please mention your EPSO candidate number.
The closing date for the submission of applications is 23/08/2019 at 18.00 (CET). Late applications will not be accepted.
The selection panel will make a pre-selection on the basis of the qualifications and professional experience described in the CV and motivational letter, and will produce a shortlist of eligible candidates who best meet the selection criteria for the post.
The preselected candidates will be invited for an interview by a selection panel. The panel will recommend a shortlist of candidates for a final decision by the Authority Empowered to Conclude Contracts of Employment.
SPECIFIC CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
The successful candidate will be required to undergo security vetting if (s) he does not already hold security clearance to an appropriate level (EU SECRET), in accordance with the relevant security provisions.
GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR CONTRACT AGENT POSTS
Contract agent 3 a position (Function group II); initial contract for a period of 3 years.
Successful candidates must undergo a medical examination to ensure that they are physically fit to perform their duties. When selected candidates undergo their medical visit, they should indicate any serious health problems or requirements for specialised medical treatment for themselves and/or for the individuals who will accompany them. If staff members withhold such information they will not benefit from a reimbursement by the institution of certain costs, e.g. expenses relating to medical evacuation, or to a return to Headquarters in the case of early rotation.
Job available from: 01/10/2019
LCA (living conditions allowances): 10 %