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Secretary-General
Secretaries-General
Geneva and Brussels

+41 223322 601 (Geneva)
+32 22861 717 (Brussels)

Director
Secretary-General's Office
Geneva and Brussels

+41 223322 610

Senior Information and Communication Officer
Brussels
Responsibilities

Information and communication, including relations with the press, managing publications, the EFTA website and social media presence. Coordination of EEA Seminars, as well as visiting groups to the EFTA Secretariat.

Senior Legal Adviser
Geneva
Responsibilities

Prepare decisions of the EFTA Council. Provide legal advice to the Council and EFTA Secretary-General and senior management on issues related to the EFTA Convention. Assist the Secretary-General and Administration on staff related issues. Legal analysis in horizontal projects and free trade relations.

Economic Officer
Geneva
Responsibilities

Analysis of trade statistics in relations to ongoing EFTA free trade negotiations and the management of existing free trade relations. Prepare notifications to the WTO Committee on Regional Trade Agreements (CRTA) and services to the EFTA CRTA Committee. US–EFTA Trade Dialogue. Assists in free trade negotiations.

Officer
Geneva
Responsibilities

Services for the EFTA Council and its substructure, including meetings of the EFTA Budget Committee. Organisation of EFTA Ministerial meetings. Public access to documents and EFTA Archives.

Information Coordinator
Brussels
Responsibilities

Records management and developing records management systems. Providing training in records management and supporting the work of the Records Management Steering Committee. Information and communication work, in particular EFTA´s social media presence.

Facilities Assistant
Geneva
Responsibilities

Manage facilities in Geneva. Organisation of logistics for all meetings, including Ministerial meetings and free trade negotiation rounds. Security.

EEA Introductory Seminar

This introductory seminar is intended to provide professionals, both inside and outside the European Union, with a thorough understanding of the Agreement on the European Economic Area and how it integrates Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway into the EU’s Internal Market.