The Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA 2006) is a modern and comprehensive regional free trade agreement, designed as an integral part of the pre-accession agenda. It provides a strong legal basis for policy formulation and implementation in key areas related to trade and investment. The successful implementation of the Agreement to date with full liberalisation of trade in goods has substantially contributed to the creation of a free trade area in South East Europe. The CEFTA Parties have agreed on an ambitious agenda to further contribute to economic growth.
The Secretariat of CEFTA 2006 was established in Brussels, Belgium, in September 2008 in accordance with the Article 40.2 of the Agreement. The overall role of the Secretariat is to provide technical and administrative support to the Joint Committee, Chair in Office and anybody established by the Joint Committee.
A specially appointed Selection Committee is now seeking applications for the following positions:
- Coordination and Communication Expert
- Financial Officer
- Senior Technical Expert Trade Facilitation
- Senior Technical Expert Trade in Services
The detailed job descriptions and application forms can be accessed by clicking each of the above positions.
Eligible applicants include civil servants from national administrations and personnel from international organisations, the private sector and civil society. The successful candidates will be offered a competitive contract by the CEFTA Secretariat.
The deadline for receipt of applications is midnight (CET), Friday, 23 November, 2018. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.