THE EUROPEAN ANTI FRAUD OFFICE WISHES TO DRAW UP A RESERVE LIST OF POTENTIAL TEMPORARY STAFF
Press Release OLAF/2/2000 - 13 April 2000
The European Commission attaches great importance
to the fight against fraud, this is the reason
why it established an anti-fraud body: the European
Anti-fraud Office (OLAF), with an independent
investigative function. OLAF now wishes to draw
up a reserve list of potential temporary staff
in order to get the necessary human resources
to carry out its mission.
OLAF wishes to draw up a reserve
list of of potential temporary staff specialising
in the various aspects of the fight against
Applicants should complete
the form and send it, with a curriculum-vitae
(in English or French) and the requisite supporting
documents (specified on the application form),
no later than 05/05/2000 (as postmarked).
This recruitment follows the
European Commission decision to establish a
new European Anti-Fraud Office. This decision
came into force on 1 June 1999. In December
1999, the Council and the European Parliament
decided to reinforce the Office allocating 75
new posts in the European Union budget for 2000.
This recruitment of staff shows the will of
the Commission to get the necessary means to
fight effectively against fraud.