Karjäär

EU-OSHA personali töökeskkond on tiivustav ja rahvusvaheline. Meie kontorid asuvad elava kultuurieluga Bilbao linnas.

EU-OSHA personal on mitmekesine, kuid kõigil meie töötajatel – alates projektijuhtidest kuni teabevahetusega tegelevate ametnike ja administraatoriteni – on oskused, kirg ja ind, mida me vajame, et muuta Euroopa ohutumaks, tervislikumaks ja tootlikumaks töötamise kohaks.

Lähemat teavet karjäärivõimaluste kohta leiate Euroopa Liidu Euroopa Personalivaliku Ameti (EPSO) veebisaidilt.

 

Who we employ

EU-OSHA pakub karjäärivõimalusi 27 Euroopa Liidu liikmesriigi ning EMP lepingu osalisriikide Islandi, Liechtensteini ja Norra kodanikele.

EU-OSHA on võrdseid võimalusi pakkuv tööandja. Võtame vastu avaldusi kandidaatidelt olenemata nende soost, nahavärvist, rassist, etnilisest või sotsiaalsest päritolust, geneetilistest omadustest, keelest, usutunnistusest või veendumustest, poliitilistest või muudest vaadetest, rahvusvähemusse kuulumisest, varalisest seisundist, sünnipärast, puudest, rahvusest, vanusest, seksuaalsest sättumusest ja sooidentiteedist.

Reserve lists

Reserve lists are composed of candidates who successfully passed a selection procedure for specific positions (see “Vacancies – Completed).

Reserve lists are valid for a certain period and may be extended. Candidates in valid reserve list(s) may be offered a job in line with the Agency’s needs.

For some positions, EU-OSHA may use the EPSO database.

Vacancies - Open

Vacancies - Evaluation underway

Vacancies - Completed

Spontaneous applications

Võtame vastu avaldusi, mis saadetakse konkreetsete töö- või praktikakuulutuste vastusena, kuid ei võta vastu spontaanseid avaldusi.

Palun arvestage, et me ei saada kinnitusi ega vastuseid spontaansete kandideerimis- või praktikaavalduste kättesaamise kohta.

Data Protection and Legal Remedies

1. DATA PROTECTION

EU-OSHA respects the privacy of its candidates and processes their personal data as required by Regulation (EU) 2018/1725. This applies particularly to the confidentiality and security of such data. The personal information that EU-OSHA requests from candidates in the context of a selection procedure will be processed in line with the data protection statement on Selection and Recruitment procedures.

Applicants shall be granted access to all their personal data processed within a selection procedure. In particular, data subjects should be given access to their evaluation results from all stages of the selection procedure (pre-selection, interview and written tests), unless the exception as further specified in Article 6 of Annex III to the Staff regulations can be applied.

This exception may imply that access should not be granted neither to the comparative data concerning other applicants (comparative results), nor to the individual opinions of the members of the Selection Committee.

2. LEGAL REMEDIES

Candidates not admitted to the selection procedure

Request for review

A candidate who feels that an error has been made related to his/her non-admission to a specific selection procedure (i.e. the candidate does not fulfil the eligibility criteria stated in the vacancy notice), may ask to have his/her application reconsidered by sending, within 5 calendar days (starting one month after the closing date for application), a request for review, quoting the number of the selection procedure concerned, addressed to the Chairperson of the Selection Committee preferably by email: recruitment [at] osha [dot] europa [dot] eu.

The Selection Committee will reconsider the application and notify the candidate of its decision within 10 working days of receipt of the request.

Complaints

Should the Selection Committee confirm the initial decision not to admit the candidate to the selection procedure, the candidate can lodge a complaint under Article 90(2) of the Staff Regulations, addressed to the Executive Director of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, preferably by email: recruitment [at] osha [dot] europa [dot] eu.

The complaint must be lodged within three months from the receipt of the notification of the decision to the candidate. The Executive Director shall notify the candidate of his/her reasoned decision within four months from the date on which the complaint was lodged. If, at the end of that period no reply to the complaint has been received, this shall be deemed to constitute an implied decision rejecting it, against which an appeal may be lodged under Article 91 of the Staff Regulations.

If the complaint is rejected, the candidate may bring a case under Article 270 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and Article 91 of the Staff Regulations of Officials and Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union before:

The General Court of the European Union   
Rue du Fort Niedergrünewald   
L-2925 Luxembourg

It is also possible to file a complaint to the European Ombudsman pursuant to Article 228 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and in accordance with the conditions laid down in the Decision of the European Parliament of 9 March 1994 on the regulations and general conditions governing the performance of the Ombudsman’s duties (OJ L 113, 04.05.1994).

Such complaint shall be addressed to:

European Ombudsman   
1 Avenue du Président Robert Schuman   
CS 30403   
F- 67001 Strasbourg Cedex

Please note that complaints made to the European Ombudsman have no suspensive effect on the time limits laid down in Articles 90(2) and 91 of the Staff Regulations. Please note also that, before lodging a complaint with the Ombudsman, candidates must have submitted a complaint to EU-OSHA under Article 90(2) and received a negative reply.

Candidates admitted to the selection procedure but excluded at some later stage

Candidates having been admitted to the selection procedure, but having been excluded at a later stage, e.g., candidates not invited to interviews/tests, candidates having failed at the stage of test/interview, and ultimately, candidates not included in the reserve list, cannot ask for a review of the Selection Committee’s decision excluding them from the selection procedure, but can avail themselves of the procedures foreseen in Article 90(2) and 91 of the Staff Regulations. Candidates can also submit a complaint to the European Ombudsman as explained above.

If the complaint is rejected, the candidate may bring a case under Article 270 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and Article 91 of the Staff Regulations of Officials and Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union before:

The General Court of the European Union   
Rue du Fort Niedergrünewald   
L-2925 Luxembourg

Enquiries

Päringud palume saata personaliosakonna värbamisteenistusele aadressil recruitment at osha.europa.eu.