Call for applications for an in-service training period at the European Food Safety Authority

Posted: August 4, 2013 in uncategorized
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The European Food Safety Authority offers all year round periods of
in-service training, which enables trainees to put into practice the
knowledge they have acquired during their academic studies or professional
careers in the areas of science, communication or administration.
The traineeships take place within the fields of activity of the European
Food Safety Authority. Aplicants are thus kindly invited to consult EFSA
organigram to identify the organisation area they may be interested in:

– The traineeship is open to citizens of EU Member States and acceding
countries who have completed the first cycle of a higher education course
and obtained a full degree or its equivalent by the date of the
– Traineeships are offered for a minimum of six up to a maximum of twelve
– Trainees will be awarded a grant of € 1.071,19 per month.
– Applicants are kindly invited to read carefully the EFSA Executive
Director’s decision on the acceptance of trainees for an in-service

Candidates should complete and sign the EFSA in-service training
application form
( )
and send it, in pdf format or equivalent, to the following e-mail address:

Every application will be added to a database of eligible candidates which
will be used by the Authority in order to select the trainee applications
which better suit EFSA’s needs. Every application will have validity of
one year from the date of its submission. Successful candidates will be
contacted to agree on the starting date and will receive a placement offer
signed by the Executive Director

For more information:

(c) EFSA


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