Security and Protection Officer
Security and protection officers at the EU guarantee the safety of staff, visitors, property, buildings as well as sensitive and classified information.
Their duties include patrolling and monitoring premises and personnel; preventing security threats; reporting suspicious behavior and incidents; filtering and controlling the access of people and goods to EU offices; carrying out security patrols inside EU buildings; intervening in the event of a fire emergency and/or alarm; providing first aid in emergency situations; carrying out security checks on incoming goods and deliveries, among other tasks.
Minimum requirements in terms of languages and professional experience would be included in the official competition documents, whenever a relevant selection procedure is published. Key qualifications may vary so always check the specific requirements whenever a selection procedure is published.