Before applying, please read carefully the Guide for candidates attached to this competition notice. The Guide is an integral part of the competition notice and will help you to understand the rules governing selection procedures and how to go about applying.
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ANNEX: GUIDE FOR CANDIDATES IN COMPETITIONS ORGANISED BY THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
A.DUTIES AND ELIGIBILITY
The European Parliament has decided to organise, on the basis of Article 29(1) of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union, an open competition (AD 5) for the Directorate-General for Translation.
The profile sought is that of intercultural and language professional for the following languages:
1: Spanish (10 successful candidates)
2: Danish (10 successful candidates)
3: German (10 successful candidates)
4: Estonian (10 successful candidates)
5: Greek (10 successful candidates)
6: Irish (10 successful candidates)
7: Italian (10 successful candidates)
8: Dutch (10 successful candidates)
9: Portuguese (10 successful candidates)
10: Finnish (10 successful candidates)
This competition notice covers 10 languages. You may only apply for one of them. You must choose the language when you complete the online application. After you have validated your electronic application file you will no longer be able to change that choice.
Recruitment will be at grade AD 5, first step, the basic salary for which is EUR 4 917.29 per month. This salary is subject to Community tax and to the other deductions provided for by the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union. It is exempt from national tax. The step at which the successful candidates are recruited may, however, be adjusted in accordance with their professional experience. Moreover, in certain circumstances allowances will be paid in addition to the basic salary.
The European Parliament is an equal opportunities employer and accepts applications without discrimination on any ground such as gender, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status or family situation.