CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR SECONDED NATIONAL EXPERTS (SNEs)
With this call, ENISA seeks to fill 5 SNEs posts to take up duties in 2020. Seconded National Experts should support the Agency’s activities in one or more of the following areas, pursuant to Chapter II of Regulation (EU) 2019/881 ...
CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR SECONDED NATIONAL EXPERTS (SNEs)

ENISA-SNE-2020-03

With this call, ENISA seeks to fill 5 SNEs posts to take up duties in 2020.

Seconded National Experts should support the Agency’s activities in one or more of the following areas, pursuant to Chapter II of Regulation (EU) 2019/881 - Cybersecurity Act (CSA):

•Article 5: Development and implementation of Union policy and law

•Article 6: Capacity-building

•Article 7: Operational cooperation at Union level

•Article 8: Market, cybersecurity certification and standardisation

•Article 9: Knowledge and information

•Article 10: Awareness-raising and education

•Article 11: Research and innovation

•Article 12: International cooperation

ENISA accepts applications for this call on a rolling basis, under these terms which are valid until 30 September 2022 at 22:00 CET (included).

Place of employment: Athens, Greece.

For more information related to the profiles, tasks, eligibility requirements, selection criteria, etc. we invite you to read carefully the Call for Expression of Interest for Seconded National Experts.

Update: As of 1st of January 2021, the SNE allowances have been updated as per the dedicated annex.

2022-09-30 22:00 CET

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SECONDED NATIONAL EXPERTS (SNEs) - OPERATIONAL COOPERATION
With this call, ENISA seeks to recruit 3 seconded national experts (SNEs) who could support the Agency’s activities in the area of operational cooperation in view of the tasks outlined in Article 7 of the Cybersecurity Act.  This entails cyber...
SECONDED NATIONAL EXPERTS (SNEs) - OPERATIONAL COOPERATION

ENISA-SNE-2020-13

With this call, ENISA seeks to recruit 3 seconded national experts (SNEs) who could support the Agency’s activities in the area of operational cooperation in view of the tasks outlined in Article 7 of the Cybersecurity Act.  This entails cyber crisis management, common situational awareness and incident response during or after massive incidents. ENISA will fulfil some of these tasks through structured cooperation with CERT-EU (which is being set up). Separately, it also carries out the role of the secretariat for the operational platforms, such as for the CSIRT Network or CyCLONe Group within the Blueprint framework. The recruited SNEs would be actively involved in the implementation of these tasks. See the vacancy notice for more information.

Update: As of 1st of January 2021, the SNE allowances have been updated as per the dedicated annex.

2022-06-30 15:00 CET

PDF document icon ENISA-SNE-2020-13 CALL _extended_30.06.2022.pdf — PDF document, 256.720703125 KB (262882 bytes)

PDF document icon Annex-SNE allowances.pdf — PDF document, 228.7734375 KB (234264 bytes)

Traineeship Notice
ENISA accepts applications for this call on a rolling basis.  The final deadline for the submission of applications: 30/05/2022 at 16:00 CET.  The aims of the traineeship at ENISA are: To provide trainees with an understanding of the objectives...
Traineeship Notice

ENISA-STAGE-2021-02

ENISA accepts applications for this call on a rolling basis.

 The final deadline for the submission of applications: 30/05/2022 at 16:00 CET.

 The aims of the traineeship at ENISA are:

  • To provide trainees with an understanding of the objectives and activities of ENISA.
  • To enable trainees to acquire practical experience and knowledge of the day-today work of ENISA .
  • To promote European integration within the spirit of new governance and through active participation to create awareness of true European citizenship.
  • To enable trainees to put into practice knowledge acquired during their studies, or professional careers.
  • To provide the opportunity to work in a multicultural experience.

 ENISA accepts in applications for traineeships the following areas:

  • Cybersecurity
  • General Administration
  • Finance
  • Human Resources Management
  • Audit and Control
  • Legal
  • Information Technology 
  • Policy support
  • Communications

 For an application to be valid candidates shall:

  • Use the PDF application form related to the position you want to apply. The form is available on ENISA career website. The format of the PDF application must not be changed and filled accordingly to the instructions. The application must be submitted in English language, which is the working language of ENISA.
  • Mark the application clearly as an application for a traineeship position and which profile you are applying.
  • Send your application within the set deadline.
  • Indicate in the subject: SURNAME_NAME_2021_02

2022-05-30 16:00 CET

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Unfortunately, there are no Temporary Agents posts open at this time.

Unfortunately, there are no Temporary Agents Inter-Agency posts open at this time.

Unfortunately, there are no Contract Agents posts open at this time.

Unfortunately, there are no Undergraduate Student Programme posts open at this time.

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