ENISA through its traineeship scheme benefits from the input of young enthusiastic graduates who can give a fresh point of view and up-to-date academic knowledge, which will enhance the everyday work of ENISA. Every year the Executive Director shall decide the number of traineeships to be offered in each Department, depending on the level of funds available and on the capacity of each Department to accommodate trainees.
These rules govern the traineeship scheme of European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). It is addressed mainly to young university graduates, without excluding those who – in the framework of lifelong learning – have recently obtained a university diploma and are at the beginning of a new professional career.
The aims of the traineeship at ENISA are:
- To provide trainees 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 Departments and Units.
- 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.
Applications for traineeships at ENISA are accepted in the following areas:
- Network Information Security (NIS): in the following areas: - Security technologies - Security & resilience of communications networks - Critical Information Infrastructure - NIS standardisation & regulation - Electronic Identity & authentication technologies - Information Security Statistics - Economics of NIS;
- Administration and Support: in the following areas - General Administration - Financial Administration, Human Resources - Internal Audit - Legal - Information Technology (IT).
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) has been working to make Europe cyber secure since 2004.
The Agency works closely together with Members States and other stakeholders to deliver advice and solutions as well as improving their cybersecurity capabilities. It also supports the development of a cooperative response to large-scale cross-border cybersecurity incidents or crises and since 2019, it has been drawing up cybersecurity certification schemes.
Opportunity is About:
Candidates should be from:
Description of Ideal Candidate:
Trainees have to be nationals of the Member State of the EU or of Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.
Trainees have to be nationals of the Member State of the EU or of Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. Candidates must have very good knowledge of at least two EU languages, one of which should be English
Candidates must have very good knowledge of at least two EU languages, one of which should be English
Deadline: August 16, 2020
Cost/funding for participants: