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04 May 2021

CEPOL is seeking applications for the following posts: Senior Project Coordinator/Deputy Head of Unit (AD8) and Senior Project Officer (FGIV).

Discover the details of the vacancies below and join us at our headquarters in Budapest.


Senior Project Coordinator/Deputy Head of Unit (Temporary Agent, AD8)

Under the supervision of and reporting to the Head of Unit, the incumbent shall contribute to the planning, preparation, implementation, reporting, monitoring and follow up of CEPOL activities aimed at building the capacity of non-EU law enforcement agencies in relevant policy areas via dedicated EU external assistance funds.

Key accountabilities:

  • Assist the Head of Unit in coordinating the project portfolio, including the management of human and financial resources and contribute to its effective and efficient monitoring;
  • Provide coordination and horizontal services to the Unit, especially in the area of financial, procurement, performance, quality management and communication;
  • Support the planning budget and human resources and contribute to the development of competences in a project-designed working environment;
  • Contribute to providing horizontal coordination of the projects across the entire cycle (formulation, contracting, planning, implementation, monitoring and closure);
  • Support business development and change management and streamline unit business processes;
  • Develop, update and maintain procedures and processes at Unit level;
  • Provide the Head of Unit with strategic and policy advice, cross cutting files, including defining mid and long term priorities, identification and monitoring of risks;
  • Act as a deputy to the Head of Unit.

Essential criteria:

  • Supervisory experience of international teams for minimum three years in the field relevant to the vacancy;
  • Proven experience in the supervision of projects across the entire cycle in an international environment (formulation/planning/implementation and monitoring/closure);
  • Proven knowledge and experience in the core administrative aspects (including finance, human resources, procurement, contract management) of projects;
  • Excellent command / highly proficient in spoken and written English (min. level C1);

Interested? Read more here and apply for the vacancy until 30 May 2021, 23:55hrs, Budapest Time!


Senior Project Officer (Contract Agent, FGIV)

Senior Project Officers shall, under the overall responsibility of the Head of the International Cooperation Unit and in cooperation with relevant CEPOL staff members, support, develop, implement and coordinate training activities for relevant law enforcement audiences in the framework of CEPOL’s international cooperation portfolio with countries and jurisdictions outside of the European Union. Towards that end, they shall be engaged across all steps of the project management cycle (including inception, implementation, monitoring, reporting and evaluation) and implement capacity building activities with selected countries in the geographical areas concerned. This may include the supervision of assigned project resources.

Key accountabilities:

  • Support, develop, implement and coordinate training activities for relevant law enforcement audiences as defined in art 2 (1) of Regulation (EU) 2015/2219 (the CEPOL Regulation);
  • Coordinate and ensure the supervision of the work of assigned staff;
  • Be responsible for all the stages of EU project cycle management, including drafting and monitoring work plans, procurement procedures and budgets in line with financial regulations and administrative instruments, as well as reporting tasks;
  • Ensure adequate outreach, communication, PR and project visibility, as well as coordination with other donor-funded initiatives;
  • Monitor relevant EU policies in the area of justice and home affairs and its external aspects, with a view to translate them into viable training initiatives;
  • Willingness to travel (by plane) frequently abroad to fulfil missions.

Essential criteria:

  • Proven experience in support, development, implementation and/or coordination of training activities for relevant law enforcement audiences as defined in art 2(1) of Reg. (EU) 2015/2219 such as police, customs, security sector;
  • Proven experience in the management of projects and budgets, particularly EU-funded grants and procurement;
  • Proven experience in leading/managing international workshops, meetings and events;
  • Very good knowledge of the European Union policies and instruments in the area of Justice and Home Affairs and its external aspects;
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English both verbally and in writing in the subject matters of CEPOL;

Interested? Read more here and apply for the vacancy until 16 May 2021, 23:55hrs, Budapest Time!


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Hungary

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