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Specialist – Network Engineer(...
Specialist (AD6) Network Engineer (M/F)
within the ICT Department of Europol
ICT Network specialist needed to help European Union fighting crime and terrorism
Are you ready for a professional challenge in joining the forefront of technology innovation with the responsibility for devising, delivering and operating modern ICT capabilities to support investigations into serious organized crime and terrorism within and outside the EU?
Europol ICT Department is constantly looking for creative, self-reliant and energetic employees who are up to the challenges involved in international crime-fighting. We are an EU agency identifying and tracking the most dangerous criminal and terrorist networks in Europe.
Europol offers a highly collaborative and intellectually stimulating work environment. You will be a part of in multilingual, multidisciplinary and international organization with over 1.000 personnel from a variety of professional backgrounds such as law enforcement, finance, legal, information technologies, human resources, communication, and others.
You will work in a team of solution architects and engineers. Using your experience with network engineering of VoIP networks, preferably based on Cisco infrastructure, you will liaise and monitor the market to keep abreast of the technology in fast evolving domains. As a part of ICT Department, you will review and contribute to baseline and target network architecture documentation, and their respective roadmaps.
Using your knowledge of network engineering of large scale LAN, WLAN and WAN solutions, including data flow specifications, network devices configuration you will produce, maintain, update, disseminate and expand the set of network engineering standards and guidelines for the implementation and support of ICT solutions, with a primary focus on network specifications.
Full details and application procedure: https://www.europol.europa.eu/careers-procurement/vacancies/vacancy/192
Deadline: 18 September2017