With the expansion of its role and activities as the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, Frontex is looking to significantly increase the size of its staff over the next three years. This year alone, the agency aims to increase its staffing level to 600 from the current level of about 400.
Statutory staff, based on their levels and areas of expertise, will be allocated mostly to the following fields of work: assessment and analysis, return activities, operational activities (land, air, and sea), management of pooled resources, liaison officers, Situation Centre/EUROSUR activities, ICT, HR, finance and procurement, communication, and legal affairs. Frontex is offering employment based on five-year renewable contracts.
Seconded National Experts (SNEs), coming from relevant EU Member States/Schengen Associated Countries institutions, remain employed by their national employer but are deployed to work temporarily for Frontex (renewable two-year terms, for a maximum of six years). SNEs will be primarily allocated to the following fields of work: analysis, return activities, operational activities (land, air, and sea), and Situation Centre/EUROSUR activities.
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