The EUROPEAN LABOUR AUTHORITY ensures that EU rules on labour mobility and social security coordination are enforced in a fair and effective way and makes it easier for citizens and businesses to reap the benefits of the internal market.
As a decentralised agency of the European Union, the European Labour Authority (ELA) employs staff on a temporary basis (as “temporary agent” and “contract agents”). The Staff Regulations of Officials and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants (CEOS) of the EU, as well as implementing rules giving effect to these will apply to the staff of the Authority. The Authority will also host seconded national experts.
ELA offers a range of career opportunities not only for experts in labour mobility and social security, but also professionals in human resources management, finance, communication, and ICT related areas. ELA offers competitive salaries and attractive additional benefits in line with those of European Union civil servants, a dynamic international working environment and possibilities for training and development.
The European Labour Authority is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from all candidates who fulfil the eligibility and selection criteria without any distinction whatsoever on grounds of nationality, age, race, gender, political, philosophical or religious conviction or sexual orientation and regardless of disabilities, marital status or other family situation.
Should you be interested in working for ELA, please regularly check this section to apply for open vacancies. Over the next months, the Authority will be publishing several vacancies with different profiles suitable to the start-up phase of the organisation. Please note that the ELA will only consider applications to published vacancies through the official channels indicated in each vacancy notice.
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