Assistants in the field of security – EU Institutions

epso-logoHighly talented and motivated specialists in the following fields of security are required:
• digital monitoring officers and open source intelligence specialists (for the European External Action Service, EEAS)
• prevention and surveillance  coordinators  (primarily for the European Parliament)

As a digital monitoring officer and open source intelligence specialist working in the EU Situation Room, you will support the role of the EEAS and its network of delegations worldwide in monitoring the international situation and political conflicts, and carrying out risk analysis, crisis and conflict prevention, and rapid response measures. You will collect and analyse intelligence on the basis of open sources, carry out research, and draft reports to assist the decision-making of the EEAS’s senior management. You will work in Brussels.

As a prevention and surveillance coordinator in the European Parliament, you will ensure security instructions are strictly observed, protecting persons and property, and monitoring the performance of private security companies. You will be involved in supervising security teams and managing reception areas, ensuring good communication and coordination between these services. You will work at the European Parliament’s main locations in Brussels, Luxembourg, and/or Strasbourg.

To join the EU Institutions, you must be an EU citizen with a good command of two official EU languages (your native language, plus English, French or German). You should have either:
– at least 3 years’ relevant professional experience and a level of post-secondary education or professional training of an equivalent level, relevant to the profile; or 
– at least 6 years’ professional experience plus secondary education or professional training of an equivalent level; or
– 10 years of professional experience relevant to the profile. If you apply on the basis of 10 years professional experience you should select the category ‘compulsory school’ for the ‘Type of Education’ in the application form.

A long-term career at the heart of Europe, plus a competitive benefits package, with an indicative starting salary of 3 397 EUR per month (based on a 40 hour working week) offered.

You can apply before 13 May 2014, 12.00 midday (Brussels time)

Read more and apply here.

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