MINELRES: ERRC Vacancy announcement - EU Officer (new position)

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Sun Mar 16 21:00:39 2008

Original sender: European Roma Rights Centre <errc@errc.org>

Vacancy announcement 
EU Officer

ERRC wishes to announce the vacancy of the new postition of EU Officer

Below you will find all the relevant information for applying for the

Documents include the:

Job description 
Person specification 
Guidance notes for applicants
Application form
Equal opportunities form 
Recruitment feedback form

Please go to www.errc.org/cikk.php?cikk=2939 to access the ERRC
application documents. You can search our website for information about
the work of ERRC at www.errc.org.

The criteria we use for short-listing is set out in the person
specification and follow on from the job description tasks.  Please take
time to read the guidance notes on how to fill out your application. It
is important that your application shows how you meet ALL points
mentioned in the person specification. If you do not meet all of the
criteria or do not have experience on some of the points listed, please
state how you would aim to accomplish the work.

Closing date for applications:  31 March 2008 (8.00 am Budapest time)

Interview date: Provisionally planned for 21 April 2008  in Budapest

You are kindly asked to send your application (cover letter, application
form, paper and the equal opportunities form; the latter is not
obligatory) preferably by e-mail to judit.geller@errc.org.  Applications
in other formats than outlined in the guidance notes will not be
considered. Please ensure your e-mail has been received by requesting

ERRC offers a competitive salary and benefits package based on

We kindly ask you not to call for information before you are invited for
an interview.

We wish you every success with your application and thank you for your
interest in ERRC. 

European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC)


The European Roma Rights Centre is an international public interest law
organisation which monitors the human rights situation of Roma and
provides legal defence in cases of human rights abuse. For more
information about the European Roma Rights Centre, visit the ERRC on the
web at http://www.errc.org 

To support the ERRC, please visit this link:

European Roma Rights Centre
1386 Budapest 62
P.O. Box 906/93
Tel: +36.1.413.2200

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