The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) is looking to draw up a reserve list of in total 24 candidates, from which at least 4 contract agents will be recruited shortly and preferably available take up duties in 2020.
What candidates is ENISA looking for?
ENISA is looking for candidates that fit into one or more of the following profiles:
Profile A: knowledge and experience in cybersecurity on a technical and operational level, acquired through relevant academic studies, research and/or professional experience as an analyst, officer or IT specialist in the private or in the public sector.
Profile B: sectorial ICT technical or ICT policy knowledge and experience, and proven professional understanding of cybersecurity issues in one or more sectors or policy fields (e.g. transport, energy, telecommunications, financial services, utilities, health, digital services, emerging technologies etc.) or in the digital economy and society, acquired through relevant academic studies, research and/or professional experience as ICT analyst, ICT specialist or ICT policy officer in the private or public sector.
Profile C: Good background in economics, law, communication, social sciences, EU public sector, etc. with a relevant link to cybersecurity resulting in a proven insight and proven understanding and interest into cybersecurity, acquired through relevant academic studies, research and/or professional experience in EU or national private or public sector.
The reserve lists established will be valid until 31/12/2022 and its validity may be further extended.
12 June 2020