|30/09/2020 - 12:00 (CET, Brussels time)||EACEA/2013/01|
Call for expressions of interest N° EACEA/2013/01 for the establishment of a list of experts to assist the Education, Audiovisual and Culture executive Agency in the framework of the management of European Union programmes in the field of education, audiovisual, culture, youth, sport, EU aid volunteers, and citizenship or any other programmes delegated to the Agency.
The list resulting from this call for expressions of interest is valid for the duration of the programmes managed by the Agency, i.e. until 31.12.2020.
Experts may submit an application at any time prior to the last three months of validity of the list, i.e. until 30.09.2020.
The call has been published in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union 2013/S 179-308003 of 14 September 2013:
A corrigendum to the call has been published in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union 2014/S 048-079564 of 8 March 2014:
The following documents are annexed to the call and form an integral part of it:
Please note that as from the beginning of March 2014 the Agency has switched to a fully electronic workflow for the management of expert contracts.
Hence, as a consequence of this, all exchanges with experts, including the conclusion of contracts for their appointment and any amendments thereto, shall be carried out in accordance with Article 287(4) of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) N°1268/2012.
This also involves the use of a new model contract and annexes thereto instead of the order form and annexes thereto which were annexed to the call at the time of its publication on 14 September 2013.
We strongly invite you to carefully read the above corrigendum, as well as the new model contract and annexes thereto.
Please be also warned that the table presenting the information regarding the correlation between fees (450 €/day) and tasks to be performed which is to be found in the call notice under section 12.1 has been updated too (version of 25.03.2014).
We recommend checking this page regularly as all updates and modifications will be posted here.
Details of how to apply are found on the 'Experts' page of the Participant Portal for Education, Audiovisual, Culture, Citizenship and Volunteering. Here is the link to the portal: Link to Participant Portal
You have a chance of being selected as an expert if you:
Have a high level of expertise in the programmes managed by the Agency as stated in the call for expression of interest to be published by the Agency
Have a good knowledge of English and/or French and/or German
Are able to use IT tools
Can be available for occasional, short-term assignments
The Agency may need external expertise in the following programme:
Erasmus+ (education, youth, sport)
Europe for Citizens
Creative Europe (MEDIA, culture)
EU Aid Volunteers
Experts' tasks may include:
Evaluating proposals received in response to calls for proposals
Evaluating and monitoring projects
Should you require any support concerning the operational or financial aspects of the Call for expressions of interest or the programmes, please contact the relevant programme team helpdesk:
CREATIVE EUROPE: EACEA-PORTAL-CREATIVE-EUROPE@ec.europa.eu
EU AID VOLUNTEERS: EACEA-PORTAL-EU-AID-VOLUNTEER@ec.europa.eu
EUROPE FOR CITIZENS: EACEA-PORTAL-EUROPE-FOR-CITIZ@ec.europa.eu
The Agency shall publish a list of the experts who signed contracts with EACEA annually on its website. This list indicates the specific task, the names of individuals, their localisation and their remuneration if it exceeds €15 000 per signed contract. 
The information published below will be removed two years after the end of the financial year in which the funds were awarded.
 In accordance with Article 287(5) of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) N° 1268/2012 of 29 October 2012 on the rules of application of Regulation (EU, Euratom) N) 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union as amended.
 In accordance with Article 21(2) of the aforementioned Regulation and to protect the personal data of the natural persons concerned