The Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENPI CBC Programme is launching the Call for Assessors to identify and select qualified and experienced professionals to join the Programme’s Pool of Assessors.
Note: Assessors, who were already selected in the Pool during the previous calls, don’t need to apply again.
1. The tasks to be fulfilled
The experts included in the Pool will provide technical assistance to HU-SK-RO-UA ENPI CBC Joint Technical Secretariat in evaluating the applications and their documentations and in preparing the decision related to the selection of the eligible projects.
a) Qualitative evaluation of the project proposals using the given criteria and in the prescribed form;
b) Provide help in the preparation of the decision regarding the acceptance or rejection of the project proposals, part of which is a summary – based on a professional justification - of the project documentation;
c) To provide further additional comments at the request of the JTS;
d) To provide assistance to the Project Selection Committee and/or to the Joint Monitoring Committee.
2. Minimum requirements
Only the candidates fulfilling the following minimal requirements will be taken into consideration:
Be a citizen of an EU, EEA, IPA or ENPI country
University degree in relevant field
At least 5 years professional experience related to at least one of the intervention areas of the HU-SK-RO-UA ENPI CBC priority axes
Sound knowledge of cross-border cooperation and/or EU Funds and/or project implementation
Demonstrated knowledge on HU-SK-RO-UA ENPI CBC Programme 2007-2013, the regulatory framework of European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument and the general criteria for application and project selection in the Programme.
Fluency in English, the assessors will be asked to write their assessment observations in English (knowledge of English Language shall be proved if possible by any existing document like certificates, diplomas, etc.)
Proficiency in either Hungarian, Romanian, Slovak or Ukrainian language
3. Professional experience
Proved expertise in one of the following areas of the Operational Programme:
Support of cross-border business cooperation
Protection of the environment
Networking, partnership development and capacity building
Cooperation between communities
4. Application process
The interested candidates have to submit their applications in one original paper version as well as via email. The paper version comprising of:
Curriculum Vitae in English (in EU format)
Application form filled in English
Copies of diplomas, certificates and references in national languages
must be submitted by the 5 April 2012 by post or courier to the following address:
JTS of HU-SK-RO-UA ENPI CBC Programme
VÁTI Nonprofit Kft.
Gellérthegy u. 30-32., H-1016 Budapest
The above mentioned documents and the full version of the present call can be downloaded here:
CALL for ASSESSORS