Seconded National Experts (SNEs) – Operational Cooperation

  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

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.

 

WHAT TASKS CAN A SNE EXPECT TO PERFORM?
The successful candidates(s) are expected to perform the following tasks:
 Contribute to crisis management and facilitate incident handling in case of cross-border massive
cyber incidents, through supporting the functioning of operational cooperation among Member
States, Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies, and between stakeholders, including within
the context of the Blueprint (or any other framework agreed at the Union level);
 Contribute to developing a cooperative response at Union and Member States level to large-scale
cross-border incidents or crises related to cybersecurity, including the development and
improvement of Standard Operational Procedures and assisting in linking the capacity building
activities undertaken through structured cooperation with CERT-EU with the needs of operational
communities in Member States;

 

HOW CAN I APPLY?
In order to be considered for this position, the SNEs’ Permanent Representation must send the following
documents to ENISA:
• a CV in Europass format;
• a Motivation letter (preferably no more than one A4 page).

ENISA accepts applications for this call on a rolling basis.
The application should be sent via the Permanent Representations of the applicants Member State (please
see note below) to the following address:[email protected] Only complete and received within the
deadline applications, will be accepted and considered further in the evaluation process.
Note: please note that ENISA only accepts applications submitted through the Permanent
Representation, applications from individuals will not be accepted.

To apply for this job please visit www.enisa.europa.eu.