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ICT Security Analysts and Assistants

The EU Institutions are looking for highly-talented and motivated staff to carry out a range of duties in the ICT and cyber security field on fixed-term contracts.

As an ICT Security Assistant or Analyst based in Brussels or Luxembourg you will have an important role to play in ensuring the highest levels of ICT security for the EU Institutions. You will be involved in all aspects of ICT security from managing infrastructure, drafting policies and defining configuration settings, to incident response, forensic investigation and audit, as well as awareness raising and training initiatives.

If you are a European citizen*, fluent in an official EU language, with a good level of English, French or German and a proven track record in ICT security, then this is the job for you.

To apply for the higher grade analyst role, you'll need to have a solid professional background in the ICT or cyber security field (preferably at least 5 years' previous experience) backed by a university degree in a relevant subject. You should also have an aptitude for drafting, analysis, technical supervision, administrative management and a thorough working knowledge of office software.

To apply for the assistant role, you'll ideally have a technical qualification in a relevant field followed by at least 3 years' experience in the ICT or cyber security field. If you do not have a technical qualification, you may also apply provided you have an additional 3 years' experience in a similar role.

*As Croatia joins the European Union before the deadline for applications, Croatian citizens are eligible to apply. 


Open for applications on: 13 June 2013
Deadline for applications: 16 July 2013, 12.00 (Brussels time)


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