The Corporate Services Unit
The Corporate Services Unit is responsible for supporting the operational work of the Agency, enhancing its ability to function as a best practice, knowledge-based, lean and service-oriented public body. It composed of the following business areas: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Finance and Contracting, Digital Services and Facilities, Legal Services, Human Resources and Quality management.
The successful candidate will be expected to carry out the following tasks:
Establish procurement planning and ensure effective reporting;
Develop and update procurement and contracting procedures and policies to ensure consistency and compliance with the applicable regulatory framework and advise users on their application;
Manage procurement procedures, using PPMT, eTendering and eSubmission when relevant;
Manage opening and evaluation committees, draft evaluation reports, requests for clarification to tenderers, award decisions and contracts;
Prepare and negotiate contracts and amendments, including specific contracts under framework contracts in cascade as well as with re-opening of competition;
Follow up on contract interpretation, implementation, performance and enforcement;
Provide advice on complex procurement matters and the regulatory framework for procurement and contracting;
Prepare and maintain financial reports and forecasts;
Perform financial transactions, ensuring they are financially and procedurally correct;
Act as the contact point for the EU Network of Procurement officers.
Duties applicable to all staff:
Actively work towards the achievement of the goals of the FRA in accordance with the Strategic Plan;
Perform any other work-related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the manager.