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Europol seeks ICT training officer

Europol is seeking a first officer within its technology services department to implement information and communication technologies (ICT) training policies.

The role will involve developing and implementing training on specific Europol applications; making relevant recommendations on ICT-related training issues; and organising work within the group of ICT training officers.

The candidate's main responsibilities will include:

- Assessment of global ICT training needs within the organisation;
- Designing and developing appropriate training accordingly, namely in Europol applications;
- Designing ICT training documentation and validating it;
- Short, mid and long term planning of the IT training activities;
- Organisation and redistribution of the work within the group of ICT training officers;
- Organising ICT training courses;
- Delivering training;
- Maintaining administrative control of training activities;
- Carrying out training evaluation processes.

Europol began its operations in the Hague as the Europol Drugs Unit. Now its activities focus on drug-related crime, illicit vehicle trafficking, clandestine immigration networks, illicit trafficking in nuclear and radioactive substances, trafficking in human beings, terrorism and counterfeiting of means of payment, and criminal organisations involved in and associated with money laundering. In the future, Europol's mandate may well include the exchange and analysis of intelligence in other areas of serious crime.
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