You can find the contact information for your ENU on the page listing the addresses of the ENUs.
For more information please read the Europol Recruitment Guidelines
If you are applying for a Seconded National Expert post you must submit the application form (Application form for Seconded National Experts) through your Europol National Unit (ENU), which will forward it on to us.
You must confirm in your application that your application is supported by a competent authority, and have that confirmation signed by an official of that authority who is authorised to do so.
Getting started: the application form
Once you have seen a job you would like to apply for, the first step is to complete the application form in English.
Please note that you may not print the blank application form and complete it by hand. You must complete the form and then print and sign it. We cannot accept handwritten applications.
You should check to make sure you have provided all the information required. We cannot accept incomplete forms.
Sending in your application
For a position as a Seconded National Expert, you must submit the original form plus two copies, so three in total.
Making sure you meet the deadline
Europol must receive your application no later than the deadline indicated on the vacancy note.
When we have received your application, and if you sent it on time and everything is otherwise in order, we will send you an acknowledgement of receipt.