EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) is the leading aviation authority in Europe. A career at EASA means contributing to our vision for an ever safer and greener civil aviation. As an EASA employee, you will be making a difference to the lives of about 500 million fellow Europeans: this is our shared purpose and it could be yours, too. From our headquarters in Cologne, Germany, you will work with top experts in a multicultural work environment. Diversity and inclusion are part of our DNA and innovation is at the heart of what we do. We ensure that aviation is safe in all phases: beginning with the certification of the aircraft to the rules for the air operation and crew. For more information about the Agency please consult our website and take a look at our organisational structure.
We are an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity and non-discrimination. To further enhance the diversity of our workforce, we particularly encourage applications from female candidates.
Are you interested to contribute to our mission? Then see below what it takes to accomplish the role.
You will join a highly skilled and motivated team of experts. As a Certification Expert in the field of Hydrogen Storage & Integration Systems, or in the field of Electric and Hybrid Propulsion Systems (EHPS) you will contribute to aeronautical products safety by providing essential expertise to initial airworthiness certification and continuing airworthiness.
* This vacancy is open as well to Temporary Agents (2f) employed at EASA, in the grade bracket AD 5 - AD 9.
Please submit your application in English.
Before submitting your application take a look at our careers page and check out our tips for applying. The selection process will be conducted remotely and it will include interview(s) and test(s). To be included in the talent pool, you will need to have received at least 65% of the maximum points in the final assessment phase. Depending on the needs of the Agency, the established pool of talents may be used for recruitment of the same or similar vacant position of the same grade. Being included in the pool does not guarantee hiring. Learn more about our selection and onboarding process.
The information provided in the application form is collected for the purpose of the selection procedure(s). Collected personal data are recorded and stored for a period of five years upon expiration of the reserve list for both non-recruited candidates and candidates on the reserve list.
Should you consider that your interests have been prejudiced by any decision related to the selection procedure you can lodge an administrative complaint, a judicial appeal or a complaint to the European Ombudsman. You can find more information on the appeal procedure on our website.