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HR Support – European Asylum Support Office (EASO HQ, Malta) Malta

MGR Human Resources Ltd, member of MAP S.Platis Group of Companies, is a leading, broad HR Consulting, Training, Recruitment and Temporary Placements Agency. We are looking to hire an HR Support for the European Asylum Support Office to be based to EASO HQ in Malta.

The position

The successful candidate will work on a secondment basis for the awarded contract for the Provision of Interim Services to the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). EASO is an EU Regulatory Agency headquartered in Malta whose mandate is to strengthen EU Member States’ practical cooperation on asylum, to support Member States whose asylum systems are under particular pressure and to enhance the implementation of the Common European Asylum System.

Responsibilities

The interim will be hired in the context of a short-term project in which more than 50 persons need to be recruited in a very short time notice. Successful candidates can also expect to engage in administrative work for the intake of those new staff members in the Payroll and Entitlements Sector. The project has already started and the support of two interims is required up till the end of February 2021.The HR Support staff will:

  • provide support to the Recruitment Sector on selection procedures:
  • support with the editing of and publication of vacancy notices,
  • perform eligibility screening of applications,
  • prepare documents and dossiers for the selection committee members
  • organise meetings , interviews and written tests,
  • prepare letters for candidates,
  • draft formal documents such as Executive Director’s Decisions,
  • archive files both in paper and electronically,
  • update databases,
  • initiate the process of reimbursement of candidates,
  • support the other team members and the Head of Sector when required,
  • perform any other administrative tasks, as required.

Requirements

  • Previous experience in performing administrative tasks of at least 1 year.
  • Experience in HR is desirable.
  • Good knowledge of Outlook and Word (mandatory) and Excel (desirable).
  • Attention to details, organisation
  • good level of spoken and written English is essential.

Remuneration

The position falls in hierarchical Category III and the associated salary is €30,453.48 gross annually in twelve monthly installments. 

Applications

All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. Interested applicants should apply for the vacancy no later than the 9th of November 2020.

Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted.

MGR is an equal opportunities employer.


COI Researcher (IPA, EASO HQ MALTA) Malta

MGR Human Resources Ltd, member of MAP S.Platis Group of Companies, is a leading, broad HR Consulting, Training, Recruitment and Temporary Placements Agency. We are looking to hire a COI Researcher for the European Asylum Support Office to be based in IPA, EASO HQ MALTA.

The position

The successful candidate will work on a secondment basis for the awarded contract for the Provision of Interim Services to the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). EASO is an EU Regulatory Agency headquartered in Malta whose mandate is to strengthen EU Member States’ practical cooperation on asylum, to support Member States whose asylum systems are under particular pressure and to enhance the implementation of the Common European Asylum System.

Responsibilities

The successful candidate will be expected, amongst other, to perform some or all of the following tasks:

  • Supporting the Caseworkers in standardizing high-quality COI used in the asylum decision process
  • Supporting in teaching the Caseworkers in conducting COI researches
  • Responding to COI Queries from EASO Operations according to pre-defined working instructions, and EASO COI methodology (reviewing questions, conducting COI researches, compiling COI, drafting responses to COI queries)
  • Maintaining the COI Queries logbook (incoming/outgoing queries)
  • Compiling and keeping up-to-date COI Links Lists per specific profiles/countries of origin, when needed.

Requirements

  • Bachelor degree in Law or degree in International Relations, International Law, Political or Social Science, Humanities, or a related field from an accredited academic Institution;
  • Excellent understanding of the migration and asylum context;
  • Knowledge of the Common European Asylum System;
  • Proven experience in conducting research, including desk-based research, related to topics in the field of international protection for various projects, drafting reports, collection of background material;
  • Proficient use of English
  • Computer literate, including MS Office applications (Word, Excel), excellent use of internet and particularly web-based applications and search engines.
  • Post-graduate degree on International Law or relevant field will be considered as an asset;
  • Demonstrated previous legal or research experience in relevant tasks will be an advantage.
  • Ability to deal with first instance decisions, prepare relevant files, presenting facts, researching Country of Origin Information and prioritising sources.

Remuneration

The position falls in hierarchical Category IV and the associated salary is €38,985.12 gross annually in twelve monthly installments.

Applications

All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. Interested applicants should apply for the vacancy no later than Wednesday, the 11th of November 2020.

Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted.

MGR is an equal opportunities employer.


Statistics Assistant – European Asylum Support Office (International Protection Administrative Court (IPAC), Nicosia) Cyprus

MGR Human Resources Ltd, member of MAP S.Platis Group of Companies, is a leading, broad HR Consulting, Training, Recruitment and Temporary Placements Agency. We are looking to hire a Statistics Assistant for the European Asylum Support Office to be based to the International Protection Administrative Court (IPAC), Nicosia.

The position

The successful candidate will work on a secondment basis for the awarded contract for the Provision of Interim Services to the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). EASO is an EU Regulatory Agency headquartered in Malta whose mandate is to strengthen EU Member States’ practical cooperation on asylum, to support Member States whose asylum systems are under particular pressure and to enhance the implementation of the Common European Asylum System.

Responsibilities

The interim will be seconded under the Cyprus OP and work under the supervision of the IPAC in performing the following tasks:

  • Work closely with judges, Court Administration staff, and other stakeholders using effective team member skills to develop and implement protocols for data collection and design.
  •  Create and maintain timely and accurate data sets, reports, and analyses as requested by judges and Court Administration staff to assist in the efficient and effective operation of the IPAC (e.g., analysis of judicial workload, and production of court reports). Create research data sets of court-related data to support Statistics and Evaluation, and presents results of data management analyses.
  • Gather information/data to support periodic and ad-hoc analytical reports documenting activities for the area of responsibility.
  • Serve as data liaison between Court Administration staff and other information technology and statistical data-reporting stakeholders.
  • Able to prepare, analyse, and interpret data to advise Court Administration staff of caseload relationships and trends in the IPAC.
  • Assist in forecasting of court filing data and asylum-related operational data.
  • Aid the IPAC in achieving its targets by gathering, maintaining and analysing court-related data.
  • Conduct research into court data systems, to identify inaccurate or erroneous data elements and initiate corrective action; apply statistical procedures and principles to conduct data analysis.
  • Attend staff meetings to exchange information and update judges and IPAC staff; attend technical or professional workshops or seminars to improve professional skills.
  • Any additional duties as required.

Requirements

Essential:

  • University degree in statistics, mathematics, business administration, or a related quantitative field from an accredited academic Institution.
  • Proven related work experience in data management, processing, analysis and whatever is recommended for entry into the position that would result in reasonable expectation that the person can perform the required tasks.
  • Proficient use of English and Greek language (both oral and written).
  • Computer fluent, including all MS Office applications, and in particular advanced knowledge and practical experience in MS Excel (including macros).

Advantageous:

  • Post-graduate degree at any of the aforementioned educational fields will be an asset.
  • Experience in analysing - visualizing data using programming languages and/or dashboard tools.
  • Excellent intercultural communication and cooperation skills.
  • Understanding of the Cypriot migration and asylum context and the CEAS.

 

Remuneration

The position falls in hierarchical Category II and the associated salary is €20,112.00 gross annually in twelve monthly installments. The position also involves 21 days of annual leave, prorated depending on the employment starting date.

Applications

All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. Interested applicants should apply for the vacancy no later than the 3rd of November 2020.

Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted.

MGR is an equal opportunities employer.


Research Officer – European Asylum Support Office (International Protection Administrative Court (IPAC), Nicosia) Cyprus

MGR Human Resources Ltd, member of MAP S.Platis Group of Companies, is a leading, broad HR Consulting, Training, Recruitment and Temporary Placements Agency. We are looking to hire a Research Officer for the European Asylum Support Office to be based to the International Protection Administrative Court (IPAC), Nicosia.

The position

The successful candidate will work on a secondment basis for the awarded contract for the Provision of Interim Services to the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). EASO is an EU Regulatory Agency headquartered in Malta whose mandate is to strengthen EU Member States’ practical cooperation on asylum, to support Member States whose asylum systems are under particular pressure and to enhance the implementation of the Common European Asylum System.

Responsibilities

The interim will be seconded under the Cyprus OP and work under the supervision of the IPAC in performing the following tasks:

  • Support the Judges through preparing files and analysing cases brought before them by applicants of international protection
  • Support the Judges in researching information and drafting facts of the case, focusing on Country of Origin Information (COI)
  • Participate in trainings, workshops and meetings
  • Draft documents, templates and reports
  • Perform any other tasks in the interest of the Court, relevant for the specific profile
  • Meeting the targets of the IPAC. Reduction of the backlog of cases at second instance. Setting up an in-house COI database to facilitate their work and avoid duplication of COI and sources
  • The Research Officer will report to the Judge that will be appointed. The latter can evaluate the Officer’s work on the basis of qualitative and quantitative criteria

Requirements

  • University degree in Law, International Relations, International Law, Political or Social Science, Humanities, or a related field from an accredited academic Institution
  • Post-graduate degree on International Law or relevant field will be considered as an advantage
  • Previous legal or research experience in relevant tasks will be considered as an advantage
  • Proven experience in conducting research, including desk based research, related to topics in the field of international protection for various projects, drafting reports, collection of background material
  • Excellent understanding of the Cypriot migration and asylum context
  • Knowledge of the Common European Asylum System
  • Proficient use of English and Greek language (both oral and written)
  • Computer literate, including MS Office applications (Word, Excel), excellent use of internet and particularly web based applications and search engines
  • Ability to deal with first instance decisions, prepare relevant files, presenting facts, researching Country of Origin Information and prioritizing sources will be considered as an advantage

Remuneration

The position falls in hierarchical Category III and the associated salary is €26,904 gross annually in twelve monthly installments. The position also involves 21 days of annual leave, prorated depending on the employment starting date.

Applications

All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. Interested applicants should apply for the vacancy no later than the 3rd of November 2020.

Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted.

MGR is an equal opportunities employer.


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