Seconded National Experts
Practitioners from national authorities can work at Eurojust as Seconded National Experts. Seconded National Experts add value by bringing their expertise in specialised areas to Eurojust and taking the knowledge and experience acquired during the secondment back to their home authorities, fostering cooperation between Eurojust and judicial authorities in the Member States.
You can apply to work at Eurojust as a Seconded National Expert if you are employed by a national, regional or local public administration in an EU Member State and have worked for your current employer for at least 12 months. Prior authorisation by your employer is an essential pre-condition for secondment to Eurojust.
As a Seconded National Expert, you do not receive a salary from Eurojust, as you remain in the service of your employer in the Member State throughout the period of secondment and continue to be paid by that employer. Eurojust may provide a subsistence allowance and travel expenses. Eurojust does not provide health insurance.
Applications for Seconded National Expert positions must be submitted via the Permanent Representation of the seconding Member State to firstname.lastname@example.org using the Eurojust SNE Application Form.
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