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ABOUT THE JOB

We are looking for Security Engineers who will support the different teams of the Service, System and Security Engineering Department.

They will report to the Head of Department or one of the department’s team managers and will be entrusted with the following main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Follow up on the EUSPA developments and service provision activities to ensure the adequate implementation of the relevant security aspects;
  • Perform engineering functions for the definition and the implementation of the security baseline for the different Components of the Space Programme (definition, flow-down, follow-up of implementation of security requirements, etc.);
  • Carry-out cybersecurity activities (e.g. definition and implementation of cybersecurity requirements, cybersecurity audits, vulnerability management, etc.);
  • Provide engineering expertise for the governmental services of the Galileo component;
  • Perform security risk analysis related to the Components of the Space Programme;
  • Establish and update the statement of compliance to the security requirements, as well as administer possible requests for waivers;
  • Support the activities related to the protection of EU Classified Information (EUCI) and COMSEC materials for the different Components of the Space Programme;
  • Participate to the Service/System/Projects Reviews and Boards, as appropriate;
  • Provide technical advice according to the job holder’s domain of expertise and contribute to any other tasks of the Department, as necessary;
  • Support the industrial procurement in support of the above activities;
  • Liaise with other EUSPA departments, notably in the area of Administration, to ensure the execution of related corporate tasks, such as planning, reporting, administration, financial & budget management, risk management;
  • Liaise with the Space Programme stakeholders (European Commission, European Space Agency, etc.);
  • Contribute to internal reporting, and report on the status and progress of the activities.

A full job description and further information on the application procedure can be found here: https://vacancies.euspa.europa.eu/Jobs/VacancyDetails/1647

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION

The selection procedure is open to applicants who satisfy the following eligibility criteria, on the closing date for application:

  1. Have a level of education which corresponds to completed university studies of at least three years attested by a diploma
  2. Appropriate professional experience of at least three years after having obtained the required diploma
  3. Be a national of a Member State of the European Union, Iceland or Norway      
  4. Be physically fit to perform the duties linked to the post

 

SELECTION CRITERIA

Professional experience and expertise

  1. University degree in a relevant field (e.g. engineering, informatics, exact sciences, etc.);
  2. Experience in performing engineering duties in one or several of the following domains, preferably in an international environment:
  3. security
  4. cybersecurity
  5. security risk analysis
  6. governmental services
  7. Experience in handling classified information and/or COMSEC material;
  8. Experience in space programmes at national or EU level;
  9. Experience in financial, procurement and contract management;
  10. Excellent command of both written and spoken English;

Required competencies

  1. Motivation;
  2. Excellent communication and negotiation skills;
  3. Ability to deliver accurate work under pressure and tight deadlines, organise workload and prioritise tasks;
  4. Service-oriented mind-set and collaborative attitude.

 

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About The Job

Location:
Prague , Czechia
Contract type:
Full Time
Deadline:
Expires 18 OCT 2022
Department:
Service, System & Security Engineering

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