COURT OF AUDITORS CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Financial Auditors - Junior Professionals Programme Temporary staff (grade AD 6) (2021/C 400 A/01) C 400 A/1 The European Court of Auditors (ECA) is the European Union’s external auditor. Established in 1975, the ECA is one of the EU’s seven institutions. We are based in Luxembourg and employ around 900 audit, support and administrative staff of all EU nationalities. The ECA operates as a collegiate body of 27 Members, one from each EU Member State.
The basic monthly salary for grade AD 6 (step 1) is currently EUR 5 563,58. 4.10.2021 Under the conditions laid down in the CEOS, and depending on individual circumstances and household composition, certain allowances may be added to the basic salary, which is subject to EU tax and exempt from national tax. The provisions guiding the calculation of these allowances can be consulted in the CEOS. The EU institutions have their own pension and health systems, for which contributions are deducted from staff salaries at source.
Applications will be examined by a selection committee appointed by the Authority empowered to conclude contracts of employment (AECCE). The selection committee will draw up a list of candidates who meet criteria 1 to 4 above. The list will be valid until 31 December 2023, and may be extended. Based on their service needs, the audit directorates will select invite candidates from the list to be invited for interview. Candidates may also be required to take further specific tests to assess their skills and abilities.
APPLICATIONS The deadline for applications is 12.00 (midday) CET on 29 October 2021. Applications must be drafted in English or French and submitted only via the online form provided at the bottom of the call for expressions of interest (EN or FR) available on the ECA’s Job Opportunities page (under ‘Open positions’): https://www.eca.europa.eu/en/Pages/JobOpportunities.aspx Applications must comprise the following documents: — a letter of motivation (maximum 1 page), — an up-to-date CV (maximum 3 pages) in the ‘Europass’ format (see http://europa.eu/europass). Please note that only the information provided in your CV and motivation letter will be taken into account when evaluating your application. The details provided in each application will be considered true and correct and will therefore be binding on the applicant. Applicants must be able, on request, to produce written evidence of their qualifications, professional experience and current duties if deemed necessary.