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Information Technology

Information Technology is key to any modern public administration. Innovative digital solutions keep the EU institutions functioning properly and delivering their mission, which affects the lives of millions of EU citizens.

IT specialists define and implement IT strategies, translate business needs into IT solutions, resolve incidents, manage IT systems as well as perform a variety of other tasks. 

IT Administrator

Job description

IT Administrators work in fields such as advanced technology, data analysis, digital workplace, office automation, mobile computing, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) security, IT infrastructure.

Their duties include keeping IT services running, providing technical analysis and advice, managing data network services, developing software, applying system integrity and security procedures, among many others. 

Key qualifications

You must have a good command of at least two EU languages; a degree or post-graduate qualification in information and communication technology, for entry at grade AD 5 (the entry-level for officials at administrator level) and several years’ relevant experience to join at a more senior level (grade AD 7). Key qualifications may vary, so always check the specific requirements whenever a selection procedure is published.

Learn more about selection procedures and different staff categories.

You can also find available job opportunities or consult our traineeships page.

IT Assistant

Job description

Assistants support the implementation of IT projects by contributing to solution design, drafting business specifications as well as helping with budgetary and resource planning. 

Their duties also include analysing and processing statistical data and big data sources; participating in the conception and implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions; contributing to briefings and presentations, among many others.   

Key qualifications 

You must have a good command of at least two EU languages and either a post-secondary education and at least a few years' professional experience or a secondary education and several years' professional experience. Key qualifications may vary so always check the specific requirements whenever a selection procedure is published.

Learn more about selection procedures and different staff categories.

You can also find available job opportunities or consult our traineeships page.