The Senior Information and Analysis Officer will be working in the Information and Analysis Sector, within the Asylum Knowledge Centre and will be responsible for the following tasks:
A) Eligibility Criteria
Candidates will be considered eligible for selection based on the fulfillment of the following formal criteria, by the deadline for applications:
B) Selection Criteria
If the eligibility criteria set out in section A) Eligibility criteria are met, the candidates’ applications will be evaluated on the following selection criteria. These criteria have been subdivided into two categories: Essential and Advantageous Selection Criteria.
Please note that all Essential criteria are mandatory, meaning that no application will be assessed further if a candidate obtains a zero score in any of the Essential Criteria. The most suitable candidates with the highest overall scores will be invited to an interview.
C) Evaluation during interviewing process
Candidates invited to the interviewing process (interview and written test) will be assessed based on the essential and advantageous criteria described in this Section, and the following additional criteria relevant to the post:
4. Recruitment process
The Regulation which provides the legal basis for EASO was adopted in May 2010 (Official Journal of the European Union L 132 of 29.5.2010).
A) Identifying eligible candidates
After the deadline for submission of applications, the Selection Committee will verify the submitted applications against the eligibility criteria described in Section 3A (“Eligibility Criteria”). Applications satisfying these conditions will then be assessed against the “Selection Criteria” under Section 3B.
B) Further analysis of applications
Following this initial assessment, the Selection Committee will compare the applications of eligible candidates with reference to:
Please note that the Essential Selection Criteria are mandatory and no application will be further assessed if one of these criteria is not satisfied.
The Selection Committee will then establish a shortlist of the most suitable candidates to be invited for a written test, an interview and/or other tests based on the order of merit. These assessments will be held in English and ,where applicable, other languages Due to the large volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates invited to the interview and written test will be notified thereof.
C) Assessment phase
The assessment phase is composed of the following components:
The assessment phase will be devised to evaluate the following components:
Please note that only candidates who are successful in all aspects of the assessment phase (interview, written test and/or language tests) will have the possibility of being placed on the reserve list.
D) Verification of supporting documents
Only candidates who receive an offer letter will be required to present originals or certified copies of the documents listed below to confirm the accuracy and eligibility of the application against their supporting documents:
This selection procedure may be organised online. In such case, further information will be provided by EASO to candidates invited for an interview regarding the practical modalities for the assessment.
E) Establishing a reserve list
A reserve list will be established based on the outcome of the assessment phase and will remain valid until the end of the current year from the date of its establishment.
The reserve list may be extended at the discretion of the Executive Director.
Candidates shall note that inclusion on the reserve list does not guarantee recruitment. Recruitment will be based on availability of posts and budget.
Prior to taking up duties, the successful candidate will be asked to undergo a compulsory medical examination by one of the institutions' medical officers which will enable EASO to ensure that he/she fulfils the requirement stated in Article 28(e) of the Staff Regulations of the Officials of the European Union.
5. Equal Opportunities
EASO applies an equal opportunities policy and accepts applications without discriminating on the basis of gender, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age or sexual orientation.
6. Conditions of employment
The Temporary Agent will be appointed by the Executive Director, upon recommendation of the Selection Committee, following the selection procedure.
He/she will be recruited as a Temporary Agent according to Article 2(f) of the CEOS for a period of 5 years which may be renewed. The Temporary Agent post in question will be placed in group AD 7.
Successful candidates who are recruited will undergo an initial probation period of nine months.
The pay for a Temporary Agent, AD 7 (step 1) consists of a basic salary of 6,294.84€ weighted by the correction coefficient (for Malta currently 94.7%) supplemented with various allowances, including expatriation and family allowances. The salaries of staff members are subject to a European Union tax deducted at source. Staff members are exempt from national tax on salary and are members of the European Union social security and pension schemes.
For further information on working conditions of Temporary Agents please refer to CEOS: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CONSLEG:1962R0031:...
The place of employment is Valletta Harbour (Malta).
7. Application Procedure
All EASO’s vacancies can be found on our Vacancies page and online e-Recruitment tool. For applications to be valid, candidates shall use EASO’s online e-Recruitment tool to create a candidate account, activate it and complete all sections of the EASO application form, as detailed in the User Manual found on the landing page. Candidates are requested to complete their application in English.
Incomplete applications will be disqualified and treated as non-eligible. Please note that the selection process may take several months. In order to facilitate the selection process, all correspondence to candidates concerning this vacancy will be in English.
Candidates should not approach, directly or indirectly, the Selection Committee under any circumstances in relation to this recruitment process. The Executive Director reserves the right to disqualify any candidate who disregards this instruction.
The closing date for the submission of applications is 16 April 2021 at 13:00 (CET). EASO will disregard any application received after this date and time.
Applicants are strongly advised not to wait until the date of the deadline to submit their applications. EASO is not held responsible for any delays in submission of applications due to technical difficulties or any other factors that may arise.
If a candidate is found to have provided false information at any stage in the selection procedure, EASO is within its capacity to disqualify the candidate in question.
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