Chief of Team (NSPA Planning and Liaison Team) (OI-1)

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  • Salary:
    negotiable / YEAR
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  • Posted:
    1 week ago
  • Category:
    Diplomacy and Protocol, Management and Strategy, Partnership and Resource Mobilization
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Post N° OI-1 / Ref. No. 169/2023

JOB DESCRIPTION – please click here.
  • Master’s degree or equivalent.
  • Thorough experience in operational sustainment, including planning and financial aspects, at senior staff or management level preferably in an international organisation, a national public administration (civil or military), or the private sector.
  • Experience in military planning in a national or international organization.
  • Experience of deployed or out-of-area operations in national or international organisation.
  • Specialised knowledge in the area of operational sustainment for AOM.
  • Specialised knowledge in the area of planning, acquisition and maintenance of the sustainment to AOM.
  • Knowledge of resource management related to sustainment activities, base operations support or public works.
  • National Defence Staff and Command Course qualified.


  • Multicultural environment
  • Initial three year contract with competitive monthly tax-free salary (subject to Article 19 of the Ottawa agreement on exemption of Taxation)
  • Additional benefits for expatriate staff including expatriation and education allowances (where applicable) and additional home leave
  • Excellent health coverage
  • Great work/life balance
  • Generous annual leave of 30 days plus official holidays
  • Pension Scheme


  • Basic monthly salary: EUR 10 684.69, tax free.


All candidates (internal and external) should refer to the FAQs before applying.

NSPA internal candidates must submit additionally their latest completed performance report.

NSPA staff members of the same grade can submit a transfer request till 00 January 2023.

Applications sent via e-mail will be automatically rejected.


Qualified redundant NATO civilian candidates of the same grade will be considered in priority.

Interviews are expected to be held approximately six weeks after the application closing date. The Talent Acquisition and Development Office shall let you know in due course the outcome of the screening process.

Moreover, due to the broad interest in NSPA and the large number of potential candidates, telephone or email enquiries cannot be dealt with.

The Agency would appreciate it if addressee countries could provide their support by submitting candidates whose security clearance can be effected (or confirmed) rapidly and who could report for duty as soon as possible after selection.

NSPA as an employer values diverse backgrounds and perspectives and is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse and talented workforce. NSPA welcomes applications of nationals from all Member States and strongly encourages women to apply.

All deployable vacancy announcements include the requirement to be fully vaccinated at the time of receiving the offer of employment. No offer of employment shall be made to deployable candidates who refuse to be vaccinated.

Your application should be submitted in one go and you will not be able to modify your data once submitted.