Good morning all,
I am planning to apply for both these positions but I need some tips on what to put. Does anyone know if traineeship periods taken into account, if paid? Or the bar practice (which in some countries is taken before the Bar exam)?
Have you eventually applied for this position?
I applied for the case-worker position; still no replies. I wonder if they will notify all candidates, even those not pre-selected?!
Today they have sent the invitation letter. I have been invited. And You?
Still nothing! Can I ask you if it was an invitation for the caseworker or legal assistant competition?
I could apply only for the former.
What is the date in the invitation, in case? How far in time?
I applied for the legal assistant position AST4. The date is May, 19th.
Ha I see, best of luck then!
I could not apply for that. Did you also apply for caseworker and got any news?
No I didn't apply for the caseworker. On the 19th there will be a written quiz by email. It's a new procedure due to COVID19 emergency.
Hi! Do you have any idea of what they are going to ask as the centres are closed?
On the 19th of May they invited you for a test? Written test or interview?
Best of luck, then!
Let me know how it goes. I am applying for the new policy officer position, which is similar to Ast but with less years of experience required. Have you seen it?
Yes, I've applied for this position too.
Can I ask you something to reassure me, as I am not completely sure?!
The signature on the application is not mandatory at this time, correct? They will only ask for your signature if you are short-listed? So I do not print and sign it. That is what I understand from the very last lines.
Also, on the new announcement for FGIV there is no explicit requirement to state for any job or traineeship if that was paid, as it was the case for the first vacancy - case analyst- and I believe assistant as well. Are you going to state it?
Does anyone know what the policy is for taking traineeships into account in the job applications? Are those taken into account also if they were not paid?
Hello. Today I have done the written test for Ast4 position legal assistant. In my opinion the test was quiet difficult because in 90 mins you had to read a 18 pages long sentence of the CJEU and answering 3 questions. The subject of the law case was not inherent to EPPO's activities and role. The second document of the test was an article about VAT Fraud and this was quiet simple to face with 4 questions.
well good that you have done, it, for now! And fingers crossed for the results! Yes, an ECJ decision of 18 pages is not simple! Were you asked to answer short open questions, or was it a multiple choice test?
Have they told you when are the results expected?
Open questions but not so short. Nothing about the results.