Make ICT work for the EU Institutions
When you join the European Institutions as an Information and Communication Technology project or service manager, you’ll find yourself working on a broad range of challenges.
We have opportunities in the management of projects and services in three different specialist areas:
IT Infrastructure & Services: you will focus on developing our IT architecture and designing and supporting the end-user infrastructure or the various components of our application hosting environment.
Telecommunications Infrastructure & Services: you will take responsibility for the definition, development and implementation of solutions spanning data/voice networks, voice and videoconferencing services, and email.
Information Systems Development and Operations: you will shape the development of large information systems, whilst leading technical teams or liaising directly between business owners, end-users and technicians.
As well as a degree level qualification in ICT or a post graduate diploma in ICT, we require formal training in one of the above areas, backed by at least six years’ experience of managing high-value projects in complex, fast-moving environments.
Finally, it is vital that you are fluent in one of the official European Union languages, as well as having a good command of English, French or German.
Interesting and challenging work that makes a real difference for Europe.
An international environment with encouragement to continue developing your career.
An attractive benefits package.
The ‘Information and communication technologies’ roles in this selection procedure have a basic salary starting at €5,463 (gross) a month. Depending on your personal situation, you may also be eligible for a family allowance and financial support to help you move to Brussels or Luxembourg.
The closing date for applications is 18 October 2011.