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    Job Description
    TitleG2G System Security Engineering, support to the Galileo Project
    Job codeRFP_16_004
    Job posted on20/05/2016
    LocationESTEC, Noordwijk
    Contract typePermanent
    Start datewithin a month
    Job Description

    The subject of this WP is the provision security engineering to the Head of the GNSS System Security unit within the GNSS Security Office  

    The responsibilities of the service provider are as follows:
    •    Coordination of all system security activities associated to the Galileo Second Generation (G2G), in liaison with the G2G System Engineering Team,
    •    Establishing the System Security Baseline for the Galileo Second Generation in-line with the Mission Level Security Requirements

    •    Definition of the Security Architecture for G2G
    •    Defining and Following-up the security activities performed by the System Support Contractor,
    •    Performing the security trade-off to improve the System security robustness and the Public Regulated Service (PRS) with respect to the Galileo first generation,
    •    Performing and maintaining the System Security Risk analysis for G2G,
    •    Proposing an incremental implementation of the G2G security baseline within the Galileo Programme,
    •    Acting as the co-Chairman of the System Technical Board where the technical changes are discussed and approved; 
    •    Participating to ESA and EU working groups dealing with space security matters, and in particular with the Galileo Security Board Working Groups, when Galileo Second Generation topics are addressed;

    Essential Requirements for Service Provision 
     Experience in System and Security Engineering
     Satellite Navigation
     Fluency in English, both in speech and writing, with excellent communication, reporting and presentation skills
     Self-motivation, ability to work in international teams distributed throughout Europe

    Desirable  Requirements for Service Provision 
     Experience dealing with security components and environments
     Capability for travelling within Europe
     The ability to multi-task efficiently; working on multiple activities, multiple subsystems and if applicable multiple missions simultaneously.

    Special Requirements for Service Provision if applicable
     Demonstrated Experience related to GNSS System with more than 5 years of demonstrated experience working in System and Security Engineering. 
     Tools Experience:
    •    MS Office Tools (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, MS Project, VISIO),
    •    DOORS requirements management
    •    MODAF Tools (Modelling)
     The appointment is subject to the selected candidate having or obtaining personal security clearance from his/her national security authority.

    Please submit applications not later than 6/6/2016 by EMAIL to:
    Mr. Massimiliano Mazza, Head of Engineering services & Satellite Operations cc.

    Contact information
    CompanyVITROCISET Belgium Sprl
    Contact nameMassimiliano Mazza
    AddressRue Devant les Hêtres,2
    Phone+32 61 23 00 04
    Fax+32 61 23 02 69
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