Salaries are paid according to the standard scale for European institutions; for detailed salary information, please see individual job announcements.
In addition to your basic salary, you may be entitled to various allowances. Depending on your particular situation, you may be entitled to an expatriation allowance of 16% of your basic gross salary, or a foreign residence allowance (4% of gross salary).
You may also be entitled to receive additional benefits such as household allowance, dependent child allowance, pre-school allowance and education allowance.
For Poland, those allowances are as follows for all pay grades:
Remuneration is expressed in euros, after all compulsory deductions. It can be paid either in euros or in złoty, according to a fixed exchange rate.
Under the Frontex Staff Regulations, remuneration, the correction coefficient and the exchange rate are updated before the end of each year, with retroactive effect from 1 July.
Staff pays an EU tax at source and deductions are also made for medical insurance, pension and unemployment insurance. Salaries are exempt from national taxes. The rate of the solidarity levy is 6%. Please note that salaries posted in vacancy announcements are net of all taxes and compulsory contributions.
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