Call for proposal to nominate the candidates for seconded personnel within EUBAM
Application deadline20.09.2019 Active Closed
Type of contractSeconded position
Language requiredFluency in English is an absolute requirement for all seconded experts
Expected duration of assignmentThe normal tour of duty of seconded personnel should be no less than one year and no more than three years, should the Mission mandate be further extended
INTERNATIONAL REQUIREMENTS for SECONDED PERSONNEL
(financed under the EC ENPI programme)
- All international seconded personnel of the EU Border Assistance Mission to Republic of Moldova and Ukraine (“the Mission”) should be EU citizens.
- Posts should be filled by active civil servants: border police/guard or customs officials or other agencies from relevant national or European-level public administrations.
- All international personnel of the Mission will receive a Monthly Living Allowance (MLA) from the Mission’s budget, to cover the costs for accommodation, meals, etc. This allowance will be € 3,300 per month. In addition, the budget will also cover medical insurance for Mission personnel, as well as travel expenditure (economy class) including one return trip home every twelve months, unless home leave travel is provided by their national administration.
- Mission personnel may, depending on operational requirements and work schedules, be expected to also work in night shifts and during weekends. As a rule, they will be expected to work 40 hours per week, however with the equivalent of two days off per week, and 2.5 working