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Senior Specialist – Informatio...
Senior Specialist – Information Architect (AD8) (M/F)
within the ICT Department of Europol
Information Architect Senior 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.
We are looking for a strong innovator who can use his/her experience on state-of-the-art information management concepts and technologies to evolve the Europol Information Architecture.
Apply your experience in developing information architectures, including business innovation through new possibilities for data generation, collection, fusion, federation and integration, and information distribution. Support our team in establishing and evolving the Integrated Data Management, using modern and innovative information processing and management concepts such as data virtualization, federation, data lakes, data mining and machine learning. Operating complex tasks, you are expected to have significant expertise in Information Architecture and strong communication skills.
Full details and application procedure: https://www.europol.europa.eu/careers-procurement/vacancies/vacancy/189
Deadline: 18 September 2017