Seconded National Expert (SNE): Expert Investigator of Financial Crimes

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The EPPO is seeking skilled individuals, employed in one of the 22 participating Member States' judicial and investigative national, regional or local public administration, available to be seconded to the EPPO for fixed-term secondments under the status of Seconded National Experts ('SNE').

Candidate SNE should be an expert investigator of financial crimes.

The most competent candidates will be placed on a reserve list, which the EPPO draws from as specific needs for expertise and knowledge arise.

SNEs functionally report to the European Chief Prosecutor, and are delegated to specific tasks during their period of secondment under the supervision of diverse functional areas' leaders.

Seconded National Experts are seconded to the EPPO according to the College Decision No 102/2021 of 20 October 2021 laying down rules on the secondment to the EPPO of National Experts. 

Seconded National Experts should allow the EPPO to benefit from their high level of their professional knowledge and experience.

Duties and accountabilities

The selected candidate, under the authority of the European Chief Prosecutor in accordance with Article 98 of the EPPO Regulation, would be tasked with:

  • Giving operational support to investigative activities of the EPPO, specifically to the European Prosecutors in their supervising role, to the European Delegated Prosecutors responsible for the investigations and prosecutions assigned to them and, if necessary, to the Permanent Chambers in their directing and monitoring role;
  • Liaising with the national law enforcement authorities with the purpose of ensuring consultation, exchanging information and possible coordination, especially in cases with a cross-border dimension;
  • Analysing case files and information in possession of the EPPO, and drafting operational documents and proposals;
  • Identifying and assessing possible developments and issues at legal and operational level, especially with reference to cases with a cross-border dimension;
  • Undertaking other tasks assigned by the European Chief Prosecutor or by the supervising person delegated by him/her.

Application procedure and closing date for applications

For applications to be valid, candidates are required to submit:

Candidates are requested to complete their application in the main working language of the EPPO, which is English.


How to apply

Full details on the selection requirements are in the Call for Expression of Interest and the Annex, both contained in the below document.