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Document C2017/315A/02

Corrigendum to notice of open competitions — EUIPO/AD/01/17 — Administrators (AD 6) and EUIPO/AST/02/17 — Assistants (AST 3) in the field of intellectual property (OJ C 9 A, 12.1.2017)

OJ C 315A , 22.9.2017, p. 2–3 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, GA, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

22.9.2017   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

CA 315/2


CORRIGENDUM TO NOTICE OF OPEN COMPETITIONS

EUIPO/AD/01/17 — Administrators (AD 6) and EUIPO/AST/02/17 — Assistants (AST 3) in the field of intellectual property

( Official Journal of the European Union C 9 A of 12 January 2017 )

(2017/C 315 A/02)

On page 1:

for:

‘The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) is organising open competitions, based on qualifications and tests, to draw up reserve lists from which the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) will recruit new members of the civil service as “ administrators ” and “ assistants ” (function groups AD and AST, respectively) in Alicante, Spain.’,

read:

‘The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) is organising open competitions based on qualifications and tests, to draw up reserve lists from which the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) will recruit new members of the civil service as “ administrators ” and “ assistants ” (function groups AD and AST, respectively) in Alicante, Spain. These open competitions are organised in the name and on behalf of the European Union Intellectual Property Office acting as appointing authority (hereinafter “EUIPO” or “the Appointing Authority”).’

On page 20, Annex III, point 6.5:

for:

‘6.5.   Administrative complaints

As a candidate in an open competition, you have the right to address an administrative complaint to the Director of EPSO acting as the appointing authority.

You may submit a complaint against a decision, or lack thereof, that directly and immediately affects your legal status as a candidate, only if the rules governing the selection procedure have clearly been infringed. The Director of EPSO cannot overturn a value judgment made by a selection board (see section 6.4).

Arrangements for administrative complaints are as follows:

procedure: please contact EPSO (see section 6.1);

deadline: within three months of notification of the contested decision or of the date by which a decision should have been made;

reference:“complaints”.’,

read:

‘6.5.   Administrative complaints

As a candidate in an open competition, you have the right to address an administrative complaint to the Appointing Authority (i.e. the Executive Director of EUIPO).

You may submit a complaint against a decision, or lack thereof, that directly and immediately affects your legal status as a candidate, only if the rules governing the selection procedure have clearly been infringed. The Executive Director of EUIPO cannot overturn a value judgment made by a selection board (see section 6.4).

Arrangements for administrative complaints are as follows:

procedure: Please note that for an administrative complaint under Article 90(2) of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union, EUIPO is the relevant authority (Authority Authorised to Conclude Contracts) and therefore all such claims should be addressed either by post to:

EUIPO

Avenida de Europa, 4

E-03008 Alicante

España

Or by email to:

EUIPO-AST-02-17@euipo.europa.eu

EUIPO-AD-01-17@euipo.europa.eu

deadline: within three months of notification of the contested decision or of the date by which a decision should have been made;

reference:“complaints”.’

On page 20, Annex III, point 6.6:

for:

‘6.6.   Judicial appeals

As a candidate in an open competition, you have the right to submit a judicial appeal to the General Court.

If you wish to appeal against a decision taken by EPSO, you must first make an administrative complaint (see section 6.5).

Arrangements for judicial appeals are as follows:

procedure: please consult the website of the General Court (http://curia.europa.eu/jcms/).’,

read:

‘6.6.   Judicial appeals

As a candidate in an open competition, you have the right to submit a judicial appeal to the General Court.

If you wish to appeal against a decision, you must first make an administrative complaint (see section 6.5).

Arrangements for judicial appeals are as follows:

procedure: please consult the website of the General Court (http://curia.europa.eu/jcms/).’


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