Recruitment of Director of Galileo Joint Undertaking extended to 3 March 2003 (link)

February 24, 2003

Brussels, 21 February 2003

Recruitment of the Director of the Galileo Joint Undertaking - New closing date for the submission of applications (OJ C42A/1 21.2.2003). Full text [NB link expires 45 days from publication date]

The joint undertaking is currently seeking candidates (m/f) for the post of Director of the Galileo Joint Undertaking

The Joint Undertaking was established by an EC regulation adopted on 26 March 2002 by the Council of the European Union, the text of which is available from -transport/galileo/documents/official -en.htm as the operational body to implement the development phase of the Galileo programme of radio-navigation by satellite...

Applications must be sent no later than 3 March 2003 either by e-mail in Word format to: or by registered post (date as postmark) to the following address:
The European Commission
Directorate General for Energy and Transport
Unit TREN E4
Director of the Galileo Joint Undertaking
Office DM 28 1/68
B-1049 Brussels.

Official Journal of the EC, C42A/1 21.2.2003

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