What is eu-LISA?
eu-LISA is the EU Agency that provides long-term solutions for the operational management of present and future large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice.
The Schengen Area information engine
eu-LISA is at the forefront of today’s European information-driven border management and internal security, facilitating the implementation of one of EU citizens’ fundamental rights – the right to free movement within the Schengen Area.
• EES – Entry/Exit System
• ETIAS – European Travel Information and Authorisation System
• ECRIS-TCN – European Criminal Records Information System – Third Country Nationals
• Eurodac – European Asylum Dactyloscopy Database
• SIS – Schengen Information System
• VIS – Visa Information System The Agency also works to ensure interoperability between the above systems – a targeted and intelligent way in which to best use existing information contained within EU systems.
eu-LISA carries out a number of crucial activities to support Member States in making Europe safer:
• Operational management and development of large-scale IT systems in the Justice and Home Affairs domain
• Reporting and statistics
• Research and development
• Headquarters: Tallinn (Estonia)
• Operational site: Strasbourg (France)
• Backup site: St Johann im Pongau (Austria)
• Liaison office: Brussels (Belgium)
As a highly IT-oriented Agency in a phase of growth, we are looking for talented IT professionals on all operational levels and of different seniorities: from young graduates to more experienced individuals. However, if you are interested in joining us, you can always look out for opportunities in Research, Governance, Corporate Services, Finance and Procurement, Human Resources and all other administrative sectors an organisation features.
You can check out our open and future opportunities on https://erecruitment.eulisa.europa.eu/?page=advertisement. Candidates are requested to submit their application by means of the eu-LISA online application tool found on the mentioned page.
For more information about eu-LISA, please visit https://www.eulisa.europa.eu/.