Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor (Temporary Agent, AD7-AD10) - INTER-AGENCY

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Position

Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor

Description

The European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) is seeking talented individuals to establish a reserve list for various 'Counsellors to the European Chief Prosecutor' positions.

Under the leadership of the European Chief Prosecutor (ECP), the European Public Prosecutor's Office ('the EPPO') is the first European Union independent Prosecution service.

The EPPO is responsible for carrying out criminal investigations and prosecutions into crimes affecting the Union budget as one of the European Union Institutions and Bodies delivering the European Union's Justice System. It became operational on 1 June 2021. 
 

Duties and responsibilities 

As outlined in the vacancy notice, the successful candidates will work in the Strategy and Executive Office Unit in the following positions:

  • Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for operational matters;
  • Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for international relations;
  • Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for inter-institutional relations.

 

Position 1: Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for operational matters

Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for operational matters will provide support and advice to the European Chief Prosecutor in her operational duties.

Reporting to the Head of the Strategy and Executive Office Unit, his/her tasks will include, but not be limited to:

  •  Advising and assisting the European Chief Prosecutor in the development and implementation of the EPPO's operational guidelines;
  • Advising the European Chief Prosecutor on strategic aspects of EPPO operations;
  • Analysing available data and trends related to the operational activities of the EPPO;
  • Elaborating and implementing strategies to ensure coherence, efficiency and consistency in the prosecution policy of the EPPO;
  • Representing the European Chief Prosecutor in the relevant operational formats;
  • Preparing meetings with the relevant counterparts, establishing and maintaining a network of contacts for the operational activities of the EPPO;
  • Preparing briefings and speeches for the European Chief Prosecutor.

 

Position 2: Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for international relations

Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for international relations will provide support and advice to the European Chief Prosecutor in her duty to represent the EPPO vis-à-vis third countries. 

Reporting to the Head of the Strategy and Executive Office Unit, his/her tasks will include, but not be limited to:

  •  Advising and assisting the European Chief Prosecutor in the development and implementation of the EPPO's international policy;
  • Advising the European Chief Prosecutor on international aspects of EPPO operations;
  • Monitoring and analysing relevant legal developments which might impact the international activities of the EPPO;
  • Elaborating and implementing strategies to promote EPPO's interests vis-à-vis third countries;
  • Representing the EPPO in the relevant bilateral and multilateral formats;
  • Preparing meetings with the relevant counterparts, establishing and maintaining a network of contacts for the international activities of the EPPO;
  • Preparing briefings and speeches for the European Chief Prosecutor.

 

Position 3: Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for inter-institutional relations

Counsellor to the European Chief Prosecutor for inter-institutional relations will provide support and advice to the European Chief Prosecutor in her duty to represent the EPPO vis-à-vis the institutions of th eUnion and of the Member States of the European Union.

Reporting to the Head of the Strategy and Executive Office Unit, his/her tasks will include, but not be limited to:

  • Advising and assisting the European Chief Prosecutor in the development and implementation of the EPPO's inter-institutional policy;
  • Advising the European Chief Prosecutor on inter-institutional aspects of EPPO operations;
  • Monitoring and analysing relevant EU law developments which might impact the activities of the EPPO;
  • Elaborating and implementing inter-institutional strategies to promote EPPO interests, in particular with regard to budgetary negotiations as well as legislative developments of relevance for the EPPO;
  • Representing the EPPO in the relevant inter-institutional formats;
  • Preparing meetings with the relevant counterparts, establishing and maintaining a network of contacts for the inter-institutional activities of the EPPO;
  • Preparing briefings and speeches for the European Chief Prosecutor. 

 

 

How to apply

Full details on the selection requirements are in the document below.

Reference

EPPO/INTER/AD/2021/002