Working at the EMCDDA is mainly possible by applying to a call for application launched by the EMCDDA. Open vacancies are advertised on this page. Read our Guidelines on recruitment at the EMCDDA to better understand how recruitment processes work as well as some helpful information on how the EMCDDA will process your personal data in the context of a recruitment procedure.
Calls for application
Below you can find information on any job vacancies currently being advertised by the EMCDDA.
|2014 traineeships||31.01.2014, 00h00 (WET)||Selection ongoing|
|Director||Temporary agent (M/F) AD14 |
|15.11.2013, 12h00 (CET)||Selection ongoing|
|Scientific analyst on law enforcement||Seconded National Expert||24.06.2013, 17h00||Suspended|
|Scientific analyst – content coordination||Temporary agent (M/F) AD6 |
|2013 traineeships||31.01.2013, 17h00||CLOSED|
The EMCDDA has extended some reserve lists that were due to expire on 31 December 2012 for a further year. Reserve lists include candidates who have successfully passed the written test and interview for a specific selection procedure. The reserve lists that have been extended are:
|Vacancy reference||Grade||Position||New reserve list expiry date|
|CA FGIII||Financial assistant||31/12/2013|
|AD6||Capacity development officer||31/12/2013|
|AD6||Strategic, planning and monitoring officer||31/12/2013|
|AD6||Health and social responses||31/12/2013|
|CA FGIII||Junior analyst on prevalence and patterns of drug use||31/12/2013|
The EMCDDA may contact candidates on these extended lists if a vacant position arises within the specific job area during 2013.
All personal data collected for these recruitment process will only be used for the purposes of these procedure and will in no case be transmitted to any third party. Any data provided will be treated in the strictest confidence and with high standards of security. All documents provided to the EMCDDA during these recruitment procedure will be kept in the EMCDDA’s files and will not be returned to applicants. Application documents will only be kept for as long as it is mandatory to fulfil the requirements of existing auditing/control procedures applicable to the EMCDDA.