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ECHA is an equal opportunity organization that welcomes applications from qualified professionals all over the European Union and the European Economic Area. We are committed to achieving diversity, as the diversity of ECHA's staff is essential to Agency's success"

ECHA is calling for co-opted members in RAC and SEAC

ECHA is calling for co-opted members in RAC and SEAC 

The Agency is opening a call for co-opted members for the Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) and the Committee for Socio-economic Analysis (SEAC). Applicants are kindly invited to express their interest via ECHA's website by 08 April 2024. NOTE: The call for SEAC candidates has been extended until 22 April 2024 at noon 12.00 Helsinki time (11.00 Central European Time).

Helsinki, 06 March 2024 – The focus of the open call is for senior experts in:

  • Human and environmental risk assessment of chemicals (including substances related to drinking water and waste batteries), occupational hygiene, chemical exposure assessment (RAC)
  • Substitution of substances of very high concern and analysis of alternatives, as well as socio-economic analysis (SEAC).

RAC and SEAC aim to have a broad range of relevant expertise among their members. In addition to the members nominated by Member States, RAC and SEAC may co-opt a maximum of five additional members chosen on the basis of their specific competence. Successful candidates will be appointed by RAC and SEAC in their personal capacity for a three-year term. Please fill in your application via this web form.

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Currently there are no open vacancies

Other work opportunities

ECHA may sometimes require additional temporary staff who will be hired through our contract with temporary work agencies based in Finland.

The temporary work agencies included in the framework contract are listed below, in cascade order. This means that ECHA will request the first temporary work agency in the cascade to provide the necessary interim staff and, if they cannot fulfil the request, then turn to the second and then possibly the third agency. Follow the vacancies announced on their websites and stay up to date on the available opportunities!

Those hired will work at ECHA’s premises but will be employed by the temporary work agency, not ECHA.

Cascade order for interim assignments