EUROCONTROL sees secondment as a strategic tool to share in-house expertise with key stakeholders, draw upon external know-how, and build strong relationships with partner organisations.
All secondments, either of EUROCONTROL staff to stakeholders, or from stakeholders to EUROCONTROL, are driven by the Agency's business objectives and strategic priorities, and are approved at the highest decision-making level of the Agency Board.
To ensure business value for both sides, secondments are seen as part of a longer-term arrangement. Secondments typically range between 6 months up to a maximum of 2 years, and may be renewed if this is in line with corporate strategy and business needs.
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Who can apply?
To be eligible, you either need to be an official (civilian or military) from a public or semi-public authority in one of EUROCONTROL's Member States, or at a partner organisation in the ATM world, and in both cases, you'll need to be formally proposed or supported by your national authority or organisation.
Salary and expenses
While seconded to EUROCONTROL, secondees will typically continue to receive their usual salary from their releasing national administration or organisation; at the same time, secondees' travel expenses are reimbursed by EUROCONTROL, with additional entitlements to allowances based on personal situation which you can read more about below: