Information about Information Management and Technology Department
The Information Management and Technology Department (IMT) is responsible for developing information management and communication policy. Its role is to deliver a clear strategy for ensuring criminal information and intelligence exchange between member states.
The main task of the Department is to implement and maintain information systems to facilitate collecting and exchanging information and intelligence according to the EUROPOL Convention.
The Assistant Director – Deputy Head of the IMT Department shall support the Head of the IMT Department in the fulfilment of the Department’s tasks. In particular, the Assistant Director will be responsible for the design and maintenance of the technical and data architecture of Europol.
Main tasks and responsibilities:
The Assistant Director will assist the Head of Department in:
- managing and supervising the IMT Department and co-ordinating its units;
- be a national of one of the Member States of European Union;
- have at least 10 years of working experience;
- have a sound knowledge of at least two EU official languages, including English;the knowledge of a Eastern EU language would also be taken into consideration as an extra personal skill.
- have been a leader of or a member of a top management team;
- be able to manage teams implementing data, information and technological strategies in a pragmatic way;
- possess proven leadership skills (effectiveness in getting ideas accepted and delivering positive results);
- demonstrate strong entrepreneurial skills in identifying and pursuing new areas of activities;
- be able to communicate effectively (fluently, clearly and concisely, orally and in writing);
- exhibit well-developed influencing skills at the most senior levels (to influence others towards agreement and commitment);
- have excellent diplomatic skills and ability to deal with sensitive issues at highest administrative and political levels;
- be resilient (to maintain high effectiveness and a positive approach in the face of opposition and adversity);
Salary scale: 3.
The basic salary is EUR 9.028,61.
In addition, when relevant, family allowances can be granted:
- 5% of the basic salary as household allowance;
- EUR 275 per dependant child;
- EUR 1,195 as expatriation allowance
Social contributions and taxes have to be deducted from the above-mentioned amounts.