Translators 2012 for Estonian, Irish, Latvian and Portuguese

On this page you will find specific information relating to the competitions EPSO/AD/240-243/12 for translators with Estonian, Irish, Latvian and Portuguese as their main language.

Important documents:

If you need more general information on our selection procedures, please have a look at the FAQs that are published on the general “Linguists” page (access via the bar above).

If you cannot find an answer to your question in any of our pages, please contact us via our online web form where you should select the subject title “Ongoing competitions”.

You can apply here between 12/7/2012 and 14/8/2012.

Reserve list of successful candidates (updated 04/12/2013)

Translators with Portuguese as their main language EPSO/AD/243/12 The addendum to the list of successful candidates for this competition was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 4/12/2013. Full information on this competition is available by clicking on the navigation bar above and at http://blogs.ec.europa.eu/eu-careers.info/linguists/linguists-2012-cycle/translators-2012-for-estonian-irish-latvian-and-portuguese/

Reserve list of successful candidates

Translators with Irish as their main language EPSO/AD/241/12 The list of successful candidates for this competition was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 28/11/2013. Full information on this competition is available by clicking on the navigation bar above and at http://blogs.ec.europa.eu/eu-careers.info/linguists/linguists-2012-cycle/translators-2012-for-estonian-irish-latvian-and-portuguese/

Final results of the competition

Translators with Irish as main language EPSO/AD/241/12 Publication of assessment centre and final competition results in the candidates’ EPSO accounts: 05.11.2013 Number of candidates on the reserve list: 7 Full information on this competition is available by clicking on the navigation bar above and at http://blogs.ec.europa.eu/eu-careers.info/linguists/linguists-2012-cycle/translators-2012-for-estonian-irish-latvian-and-portuguese/

Reserve list of successful candidates (updated 4/12/2013)

Translators with Portuguese as their main language EPSO/AD/243/12 The list of successful candidates for competition EPSO/AD/243/12 (AD5) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 27.09.2013. The addendum to the list of successful candidates for this competition was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 4/12/2013. Full information on this(…)

Reserve list of successful candidates for translators with Estonian main language

EPSO/AD/240/12 The list of successful candidates for competition EPSO/AD/240/12 (AD5) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 2.10.2013.

Reserve list of successful candidates of competition for translators with Latvian main language

EPSO/AD/242/12 – AD5 The list of successful candidates for competition EPSO/AD/242/12 (AD5) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 24.07.2013.

Final results of the competition for translators with Estonian main language

EPSO/AD/240/12 Publication of assessment centre and final competition results in the candidates’ EPSO accounts: 08/07/2013 Number of candidates on the reserve list:  Option 1: 27 Option 2: 11

Final results of the competition for translators with Portuguese main language

EPSO/AD/243/12 : Publication of Assessment centre and final competition results in the candidates’ EPSO accounts: 03/07/2013 Number of candidates on the reserve list:  Option 1: 17  –  Option 2: 1

Final results of the competition for translators with Latvian main language

EPSO/AD/242/12 Publication of the assessment centre and final competition results in the candidates’ EPSO accounts: 06/06/2013 Number of candidates on the reserve list: – Option 1: 18 – Option 2:  3

Translators (EPSO/AD/240-243/12): Members of the Selection Board

  You are reminded that the work and deliberations of all selection boards are confidential and it is forbidden for any person who is not a member of the board to make any attempt to contact a board member; only candidates exercising the rights of appeal which are open to them may (through EPSO), in(…)

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