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Job Title One Position Of Seconded National Expert Administrator Level, Vacancy Notice No. Cese/End/Nat/02/17-Bis (en)
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VACANCY NOTICE No. CESE/END/NAT/02/17-BIS (EN)
REPUBLICATION
concerning ONE position of Seconded National Expert Administrator level

Directorate C - Legislative work
Unit NAT Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment

Selection procedure under Article 2 of Decision 263/12A, governing the secondment of national experts to the EESC

Place:
Brussels, Belgium

Head of Unit:
Eric Ponthieu

Duration of secondment:
2 years, renewable

Expected date of secondment:
December 2017 / January 2018 (Indicative)

Closing date for receipt of applications by the EESC:
30 October 2017 cob

Information for applicants and selection procedure:
see point "Information to applicants and the selection procedure" below

Description of the unit's mission:
The NAT Section is a body of 95 EESC members and its secretariat is a team of 14 members of staff working directly with the members of the section, its president and bureau, reporting to a head of unit and to a director for legislative works. The NAT secretariat comprises a Sustainable Development Observatory (SDO) team of 4-5 colleagues. The NAT secretariat provides the political and logistical support that members need for pursuing the EESC's policy in the following areas: agriculture, environment, rural development, forestry, fisheries, sustainable food systems, sustainable development, and climate change.

Description of tasks:
Your tasks will require drafting, organisation and research capabilities within the secretariat of the Sustainable Development Observatory (SDO), which is an integrated part of the Unit for Agriculture, Rural Development and the Environment (NAT).
You will deal with the SDO activities linked to one or more of the following EU policies:
-The EUs Sustainable Development Strategy,
-Climate Change and
-Circular Economy
You will report to the head of the NAT Unit and will carry out the following tasks:
-contribute to political contents of seminars, conferences, hearings and other public relations events;
-collaborate with rapporteurs and experts in preparing and drafting opinions and information reports, participate in programming and organising the Unit's work program, attend internal meetings, draft background notes, briefings and minutes;
-provide assistance to various working groups;
-establish contacts with European institutions and civil society organisations that are relevant to your work; contribute to the dissemination of and information on sustainability' issues, including visitors briefings, contacts with external stakeholders, drafting press releases and leaflets, using social media, etc.

Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.

Location Brussels, Belgium
Date Added 72 days ago
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