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Chce pracowac dla UE, jestem architektem

IP: *.chello.pl 05.07.10, 14:38
Witam, tak jak w tytule. Jestem architektem ale jakoś nie idzie mi ta rola, mysle że jestem stworzony do innej pracy. Chciałbym pracowac bardziej bezpośrednio dla ludzi, społeczności, kultury. Od niedawna zaczołem sie interesować pracą dla struktur unijnych. Czy mógłby mi ktoś doradzić jakie kateorie (czy wogóle są takowe)byłyby odpowiednie dla projektanta/architekta/artysty z zainteresowaniami społecznymi i kulturowymi? Przeglądając strony : europa.eu/epso/discover/careers/looking_for/index_pl.htm
widze ze głównie poszukiwani są prawnicy, ekonomiści, tłumacze i weterynarze. Będe wdzięczny za pomoc.
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      • byly_eurokrata Re: Chce pracowac dla UE, jestem architektem 06.07.10, 09:58
        Piotr, nie mam osobistego doswiadczenia, ale odpowiem tak: OIB to dzial Komisji zajmujacy sie "maintenance" budynkow, czyli ich utrzymaniem a nie projektowaniem. Rzeczywiscie jakos pare miesiecy temu bylo jakies stanowisko, ale z tego co pamietam bardziej skierowane dla inzyniera budowlanego niz dla architekta. Poza tym ze wzgledu na specyfike pracy (kontakty z miejscowymi firmami budowlanymi, uslogodawcami itd.) oraz w ogole ze wgzledu na wewnetrzne "tradycje" w tej sluzbie, tam po prostu trzeba znac francuski, bo inaczej zginiesz.

        W twoim przypadku ew. wiekszy sens mialoby startowanie w tzw. konkursie EPA (European Public Administration), gdzie nie trzeba byc ani prawnikiem ani ekonomista, tylko trzeba miec skonoczone studia wyzsze. Gdybys zdal, moglbys sie ewentualnie zajmowac jakimimis programami pomocowymi ds. urbanizacji, rozwoju terenow rolniczych (cos mi sie tak ciemno przypomina, ze Unia stara sie uatrakcyjnic tereny rolnicze, by ludnosc wiejska nie uciekala do miast z braku perspektyw, ale nie pamietam, jak to zwierze sie nazywa). Cos by sie tam pewnie znalazlo na styku architkury i polityki socjalnej, ALE konkurs EPA jest juz w toku, wiec go przegpapiles.
      • Gość: Do Piotra Re: Chce pracowac dla UE, jestem architektem IP: 109.128.24.* 07.07.10, 00:01
        Pozostalo ci prosic o kontrakt "intérimaire" - "agency staff" w innym kontekcie
        w Brukseli.
        Agency staff in Brussels
        From 1 January 2008 the Commission's use of agency staff in Brussels is governed
        by the Framework Contract, that introduced a number of changes:
        * the compulsory break after 6 months of service is reduced from 3 months to
        1 month
        * the former categories (B, C and D) are replaced by function groups (levels
        III, II and I) by analogy with contract staff
        * the level of pay is amended and adapted to the pay of the staff being replaced
        * an annual index-linking of the salary, corresponding to the salary
        adjustment for officials, with effect from 1 February of the year following the
        reference year.
        * The Commission has to apply to the selected agencies in order of priority
        using a cascade system.
        What are the agency staff's groups of function ?
        Agency staff are divided into three levels corresponding to the jobs they do.
        * Level III: staff responsible for complex tasks (drafting, proofreading,
        accountancy or technical work)
        o Minimum level of education: post-secondary education diploma or
        secondary education diploma giving access to post-secondary education and three
        years' relevant professional experience. Ability to work in a multilingual and
        multicultural environment.
        o Jobs: assistant, nurse, accountant, laboratory technician, IT
        specialist, computer programmer
        * Level II: experienced worker/secretary responsible for office work
        o Minimum level of education: post-secondary education diploma or
        secondary education diploma giving access to post-secondary education and three
        years' relevant professional experience. The secondary education diploma giving
        access to post-secondary education may be replaced by a certificate of adequate
        professional training of not less than three years on condition that there was
        no similar professional training giving access to post-secondary education at
        the time it was issued. Ability to work in a multilingual and multicultural
        environment.
        o Jobs: secretary, assistant accountant, data encoder, clerical
        officer,switchboard operator,conference technician
        * Level I: staff responsible for messenger services or simple sorting
        o Minimum level of education: successful completion of compulsory
        education. Ability to work in a multilingual and multicultural environment.
        o Jobs: messenger, driver
        How can I join the agency staff?
        In order to be able to work for the Commission as an agency staff member in
        Brussels (in the directorates-general or other services of the European
        Commission, in the offices attached to the Commission such as the Office for the
        Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements (PMO), the Office for
        Infrastructure and Logistics - Brussels (OIB), and the European Personnel
        Selection Office (EPSO)) you must register with at least one of the employment
        agencies having a contract with the Commission..
        The Framework Contract came into force on 1 January 2008 and provides for a
        cascade system using two contractors selected in the following order:
        1. START PEOPLE (formerly Creyfs interim)
        2. UNIQUE
        Please note that TEMPO-TEAM has decided to terminate its contract with the
        Commission, taking effect on 1st March 2009. This implies that you can not
        register to this employment agency.

        When it has to place an order the Commission will start by applying to the first
        contractor. If this contractor cannot fulfil the request, the managing
        departments will contact the second contractor.
        When you register the employment agency will require you to:
        * take a test. You will be exempt from the test if you have passed a test at
        one of the employment agencies serving the Commission in the past five years or
        if you have passed an EPSO test or finished as Blue Book trainee, contract agent
        or SNE less than six months before the start of the contract as agency staff;
        * produce a work permit if required under the current legislation of the
        Member State concerned (for more details refer to FAQ);
        * to produce a certificate of good character ("extrait du casier judiciaire
        vierge" or equivalent for other EU countries).
        The addresses of the employment agencies and instructions for registering are
        given below:
        1. START PEOPLE
        Address : Rue Montoyer - 1000 Brussels
        Tel. : +32 (0) 2 234.64.20.
        Fax : +32 (0) 2 234.64.29.
        Registration form
        E-mail address for sending registration form : eu@startpeople.be
        Online registration :
        www.surveybuilder.be/startpeople/formulier_eu.htm
        2. UNIQUE
        Branch: Unique Avenue de Tervuren 3bis, 1040 Brussels
        Contact person : Naoual El Mamoun
        Tel. : 02/551.00.98
        Fax : 02/551.00.90
        E-mail : ec@unique.be
        You can also register on the following website :
        www.unique.be/fr/1329/default.aspx
        How long can I work on the agency staff?
        You can work for between half a day and six months. You can only be assigned to
        the Commission again if you have had a break of at least one month between
        assignments, after a six-month assignment maximum.
        In addition, any periods you work on the agency staff will count towards the
        Commission's six-year general rule, whereby a person is in principle only
        allowed to perform tasks or services for the Commission (the European
        Commission's directorates-general and other services, offices attached to the
        European Commission such as PMO, OIB, OIL, OPOCE and the European Personnel
        Selection Office) for a maximum of six years in a twelve-year period. This
        applies to all types of non-permanent staff (auxiliary, contract, temporary and
        agency staff, service providers, detached national experts) and all places of
        employment, as set out in Commission decision C(2004) 1597 of 28 April 2004 on
        the maximum duration for the recourse to non-permanent staff in the Commission
        services.
        This six-year rule does not apply to the Executive Agencies.
        How much does an agency staff member get paid? haut
        The pay is fixed by type of job on the basis of an hourly rate.
        The gross hourly rate given below includes holiday pay and the end-of-year bonus.
        Level and type of job Gross hourly rate (from 1st of February 2010)
        Level III: assistant, nurse, accountant, laboratory technician, IT specialist
        and computer programmer 19,70 euros
        Level II: secretary/typist, assistant accountant, data encoder, clerical
        officer, switchboard operator, conference technician 16,62 euros
        Level I: messenger and driver 11,51 euros
        The hourly rate is indexed on the basis of the salary adjustment for officials
        decided by the Council of the European Union at the end of every year. The pay
        of agency staff is adjusted every February.
        On 23 December 2009, the Council approved a 1.85% salary increase for Community
        civil servants. This resulted in an equivalent pay increase for agency staff
        working at the Commission with effect from 1 February 2010.
        This adjustment is incorporated into the above figures.
        What are the working conditions for agency staff? haut
        The agency staff continues to be employed by the employment agency while they
        provide services to the Commission. An assignment to the Commission as a member
        of the agency staff will not lead to an employment relationship with the Commission.
        The employment agencies will apply to their staff the provisions of the
        employment and social security legislation in force in the Member State in
        question. The use of agency staff in Belgium is regulated by the Act of 24 July
        1987 (Moniteur belge/Belgisch Staatsblad, 20.08.1987, p. 1290
        Agency staff are subject to a 3-day trial period for each new assignment and for
        each assignment following a break of at l

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