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(2012/C 169 A/01)

The European Parliament has decided to organise a selection procedure on the basis of qualifications and tests for the purpose of establishing a reserve list to fill the post of
(female or male)

Before applying, please read carefully the Guide for candidates attached to this recruitment notice. The guide, which is an integral part of the recruitment notice, will help you to understand the rules governing selection procedures and how to go about applying.

1. General remarks
The appointing authority has decided to open the procedure for filling a post as a temporary staff member, administrator for a parliamentary body (AD 7), for the Directorate-General for the Internal Policies of the Union — Strategic Planning Unit in Brussels.
The contract will be concluded on an open-ended basis. Recruitment will be to Grade AD 7, first step, the basic salary for which is EUR 5 568,11 per month. This salary is subject to Union tax and the other deductions
laid down in the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union (CEOS); it is exempt from national taxation. The step at which the successful candidate is recruited may, however, be adjusted in the light of his/her professional experience. Moreover, allowances will in certain circumstances be paid in addition to the basic salary.
The post entails frequent travel between the places of work, requires the ability to adapt to the working hours inherent in parliamentary work, and involves frequent contact with people inside and outside Parliament.
The European Parliament is an equal opportunities employer and accepts applications without discrimination on any ground such as sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status or family situation

2. Job description
Reporting to the Head of Unit, the administrator for a parliamentary body will perform duties involving the drafting of studies and/or the provision of advice in the unit's area of responsibility. Performance of these duties calls for the ability to manage and organise information, to produce summaries and to think ahead, tact, adaptability, communication skills and the ability to work well with others and in a team.
He/she will work closely with the staff of the parliamentary committee secretariats, the policy departments and other units in the directorate-general and the Secretariat and will have frequent contact with the other institutions and bodies of the European Union, Members of the European Parliament and all stakeholders.
Posted to Brussels (1), he/she will be required to undertake regular duty travel.
The main tasks are as follows:
—assisting the hierarchy in the unit's areas of responsibility, following all the unit's activities, passing on information up and down the hierarchy, facilitating relations with other Secretariat departments (parliamentary
committees, policy departments, project teams, other directorates-general, Legal Service, etc.),
—assisting the Director-General by providing written and oral contributions (briefing notes, draft notes, etc.),
—contributing to the monitoring and exercise of the new powers conferred on Parliament by the Lisbon Treaty, in particular in the parliamentary committees,
—leading short-and long-term projects as part of the unit's activities,
—managing and/or supervising horizontal projects, monitoring and assessing the activities of secretariats of bodies assisted by the directorate-general,
—taking part in working parties and institutional and/or interinstitutional committees etc.,
—helping to raise Parliament's profile by taking part in outside events (conferences, seminars, etc.), replying to requests for information and speaking to visitor groups.

3. Eligibility (profile sought)
On the closing date for applications, candidates must meet the conditions set out below.
(a) General conditions
Pursuant to Article 12(2) of the CEOS, candidates must:
—be a national of one of the European Union Member States and enjoy full rights as a citizen,
—have fulfilled any obligations imposed on them by the laws on military service,
— produce the appropriate character references as to their suitability for the performance of the proposed duties.

(b) Specific conditions

(i) Qualifications and skills required
Candidates must have
—when the normal period of university education is four years or more, a level of education which corresponds to completed university studies attested by an officially recognised diploma in an area relevant to the job description,
—when the normal period of university education is three years or more, a level of education which corresponds to completed university studies attested by an officially recognised diploma in an area relevant to the job description, followed by appropriate professional experience of at least one year (1).
(ii) Professional experience required
Candidates must, after obtaining the qualification referred to in point A.3(b)(i), have acquired at least six years' professional experience in a field relevant to the job description, including at least four years in a European Union institution or body or a national administration.
Experience in a European institution will be regarded as an asset.
(iii) Knowledge of languages
Candidates must have a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the European Union (main language): Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish or Swedish, and a good knowledge of at least one more of these languages (second language).
For practical reasons, very good knowledge of French and English is required.

The selection committee will take knowledge of other official languages of the European Union into account.

1. Admission to the selection procedure
The procedure will be organised on the basis of qualifications and tests.
(a)The appointing authority will draw up a list of candidates who have submitted their applications in the form required by the closing date and who meet the general conditions set out in Section A.3(a). This will be forwarded to the selection committee with the application files (for further details see the Guide for candidates).
(b)The selection committee will consider the application files and draw up a list of candidates who meet the specific conditions set out in Section A.3(b).
It will base its decisions exclusively on the information given on the application form and substantiated by the supporting documents enclosed with it (for further details see the Guide for candidates).

2. Assessment of qualifications
On the basis of criteria laid down in advance, the selection committee will assess the qualifications of the candidates admitted to the selection procedure and draw up a list of the six best candidates, who will be admitted to the tests.

When assessing candidates' qualifications, the selection committee will take particular account of:
—experience relevant to the functioning of European political bodies,
—experience of interinstitutional relations,
—experience of planning, preparing and drafting proposed texts,
—thorough knowledge of EU legislative procedures,
—thorough knowledge of the EU Treaties,
—excellent knowledge of the structure of the European Parliament, the functioning of Parliament's committees, legislative procedures and internal rules and practices,
—experience in organising events,
—experience of the EU's negotiating policies.
Marking: out of 20.

3. Compulsory tests
To assess the candidates' ability to perform the duties described in Section A.2, the following tests will be held:
Written test
(a) Drafting test, in English, French or German (second language — candidates will not be able to take this test in their main language), based on a set of documents (maximum 20 pages), to verify the ability of candidates to perform the duties described under Section A.2 and their drafting skills.
Time allowed: 3 hours. Marking: out of 40.
Oral tests
(b) Interview with the selection committee in English, French or German (second language — candidates will not be able to take this test in their main language) to assess, taking account of all the information contained in the candidates' application files, their suitability to perform the duties described in SectionA.2 (‘Job description’). The selection committee may decide to test candidates' knowledge of languages as indicated on the application form.
Maximum time allowed: 45 minutes. Marking: out of 40 (pass mark: 20 points).

(c) Group discussion in English, French or German (second language — candidates will not be able to take this test in their main language) to enable the selection committee to assess candidates' adaptability, negotiating and decision-making skills and performance in a group.
The selection committee will determine the duration of this test on the basis of the composition of the groups.
Marking: out of 20 (pass mark: 10 points).
Candidates' attention is drawn to the fact that the tests may be held on one day or on two consecutive days.

4. List of suitable candidates
The list will contain, in order of merit, the names of the three candidates who obtained the highest overall scores in the procedure (assessment of qualifications and tests), on condition that they obtained at least 50 % of the points available for the procedure as a whole and passed each of the eliminatory tests.
Candidates will be informed individually of their results and the list of suitable candidates will be posted on the noticeboards on Parliament's premises.
The period of validity of the list of suitable candidates will expire on 31 December 2015; it may be extended. If it is, candidates on the list will be duly notified.
Those candidates on the list to whom a post is offered will in due course be required to produce the originals of all necessary documents, in particular their diplomas and their employment certificates, for verification.

Candidates must use the official application form (original or copy) supplied with the recruitment notice and printed in the Official Journal by the Publications Office of the European Union.
Candidates are asked to read the Guide for candidates carefully before completing their application forms.
The application form and photocopies of documents must be sent, by registered post (1), by 16 July 2012 at the latest (as evidenced by the postmark), to the following address:
PARLEMENT EUROPÉEN Unité concours — MON 02 S 010 Procédure de sélection PE/158/S (please quote this selection procedure reference number) 60 rue Wiertz 1047 Bruxelles Belgique
Please DO NOT TELEPHONE to ask about the timetable.
In keeping with your responsibilities as a candidate, you are asked to send a fax (+32 22831717) or write to the Competitions Unit if you have not received a letter concerning your application by 1 October 2012.

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