Adjoint de Contrôle de la DGCCRF

David received his concours notes and proposition d’affectation today! And he got his first choice, so he’s going to be an adjoint de contrôle de la DGCCRF (La Direction générale de la Concurrence, de la Consommation et de la Répression des Fraudes).

He’s already sent back the form saying that he accepts the proposition d’affectation. And now we have to wait more to find out where and when his training is.  The main DGCCRF school is in Montpellier, so he may (hopefully!) end up there, but who knows.  The DGCCRF’s website only mentions the contrôleurs and inspecteurs because a concours for adjoints hasn’t been done in years, so it’s possible the adjoints go to Paris instead (boo!).

I’ve been searching all over the internet trying to find some answers, but nobody has a definitive answer. I should be used to this by now… but I’m so impatient to find out where he’s going!

Please be Montpellier, please be Montpellier, please be Montpellier…

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  • astrid

    Yes! Come down to the south!! I’ll cross my fingers for you :)

    astrids last blog post..Where to Start?

  • astrid

    Yes! Come down to the south!! I’ll cross my fingers for you :)

    astrids last blog post..Where to Start?

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