Posted on Apr 28, 2020 by LA International Computer Consultants Ltd
based in Belgium - mons
initially 6 month contract
50-60 euros per hour
must hold active SC clearance
* outside of IR35.*
Our client is looking for an SC transmission engineer to be based in Mons in Belgium running till the end of December 2020 if the below skill set matches then please apply and send your CV across to me for consideration.
*Responsible for event and incident management for all Telecommunication on systems and services of the NATO General Communications Systems to continuously sustain operations. Perform incidents dispatching to the relevant technical elements for resolution and performing operational impact assessment determining services affected and users impacted.
*Ensure Incident Management is conducted in accordance with Incident Management Directives
*Monitor, control and conduct first and some second level of troubleshooting on all components from the NCI Agency customers delivered services throughout NATO.
*Liaise and collaborate both internally to NCI Agency and externally with service providers is support of services delivery and system support.
Due to the nature and urgency of this post, candidates holding or who have held high level security clearance in the past are most welcome to apply. Please note successful applicants will be required to be security cleared prior to appointment which can take up to a minimum 10 weeks.
LA International Computer Consultants Ltd is an HMG Approved Consultancy and operates as an IT & Engineering Consultancy or as an Employment Business & Agency, depending upon the precise nature of the work, for security cleared jobs or non-clearance vacancies, we welcome applications from all sections of the community and from people with diverse experience and backgrounds.
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