The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) is an independent European Union Authority established on 1 January 2011 by Regulation (EU) No. 1094/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010.
EIOPA is at the heart of insurance and occupational pensions in Europe. Our mission is to improve the functioning of the internal market by ensuring a high, effective and consistent level of prudential regulation and supervision. Through our activities we help protect insurance policyholders, pension scheme members and other beneficiaries. We furthermore play a key role in supporting the stability of the financial system, transparency of financial markets and products, and we contribute to strengthening coordination among financial supervisors at the international level.
EIOPA is part of the European System of Financial Supervision (ESFS) which includes the European Banking Authority (EBA), the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB).
Further information on EIOPA is available on EIOPA's website: https://eiopa.europa.eu/.
For its offices in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, EIOPA is inviting applications for a position as
Experts at EIOPA
EIOPA is launching a call for candidates with the intention to create a reserve list of Experts for different areas within the Authority (e.g. supervisory consistency and quality, regulation, consumer protection financial analysis and data management). The successful candidates will contribute, as part of one of EIOPA's departments to fulfil EIOPA's strategic objectives.
Essential Skills and Knowledge
Desirable Skills and Knowledge
In addition to the above listed requirements, the following behavioural competencies have to be fulfilled:
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Step 1: 4,883.11 EUR
Step 2: 5,088.30 EUR
plus specific allowances where applicable*.
1 December 2020
Successful candidates may be offered an employment contract for three years as a Temporary Agent. The contract may be renewed for a second fixed-term period, and upon its second renewal converted into a contract of indefinite duration.
Possibility of reserve list with validity until up to 12 months.
According to EIOPA Management Board decision EIOPA-MB-15-072 adopting the implementing rules on the procedure governing the engagement and use of temporary staff under Article 2(f) of the CEOS, and in particular Article 12 (2), if a successful applicant from this external procedure, on the closing day for applications, as well as on the day of taking up duty at EIOPA:
EIOPA shall offer the applicant, in writing, the opportunity either:
a) to be assigned to the post by means of internal mobility, as per Article 10 of EIOPA-MB-15-072. In this case the contract at EIOPA will be in continuity with the contract of the previous agency (namely with regard to grade, step, seniority in step, and duration).
b) to be assigned to the post on the basis of a new contract (first fixed-term) of three years duration, subject to the probationary period of 9 months, at the grade indicated in the external vacancy notice (AD5).
The recruitment process will include a panel interview and a written test. In addition, there may be a pre-screening exercise, a presentation to be delivered by the candidate and a bilateral interview.
Applications should be submitted in English language including:
(1) Curriculum Vitae clearly indicating (among all):
(2) Motivation Letter of no more than one page, explaining why you are interested in the post and what would be your added value you would bring to EIOPA if selected.
Applicants will be assessed on the basis of the eligibility and selection criteria specified in the vacancy notice and these must be met by the closing date of the vacancy notice.
Applications should be submitted via the ''Apply ''button, specifying in the subject the reference number above. Deadline for application is 23:59 CET on 31 May 2020.
The successful candidate will be required to make an annual declaration in respect of any interests which might be considered prejudicial to his/her independence. Before recruiting a member of staff, EIOPA's Executive Director will examine whether the successful candidate has any personal interest which may impair his/her independence or any other conflict of interest. To that end, the successful candidate, using a specific form, shall inform the Executive
Director via the Ethics Officer of any actual or potential conflict of interest.