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TRAINEESHIP IN IT SECURITY

General Information

Type of contract Traineeship

Who can apply? EU nationals eligible for our traineeship programme

Grant The trainee grant is 1,070 per month plus an accommodation allowance (see further information section)

Working time Full time

Place of work Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Closing date 16.10.2023

Your team
You will be part of our information technology (IT) security teams, either in the Digital Security Services Division (in the Directorate General Information Systems) or in the Market Infrastructure Support Division (in the Directorate General Market Infrastructure and Payments).

We design, implement and operate IT security solutions and carry out information security governance tasks. We provide bank-wide assurance on IT security risk and organise, monitor and coordinate horizontal activities relating to IT risks and operational risk management. We are currently working on supporting the organisation in the adoption of cloud solutions.

In your role as a trainee in one of our IT security teams, you will help to protect the IT assets of the ECB and the European System of Central Banks. This will involve working closely with stakeholders in the ECBs Directorate General Information Systems, Directorate General Market Infrastructure and Payments, and other business areas, as well as with the EU national central banks.

The ECB is an inclusive employer and we strive to reflect the diversity of the population we serve. We encourage you to apply irrespective of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or other characteristics.

Your role
As a trainee in the Digital Security Services Division, you will:

support security engineering, security operations or security governance teams in activities such as IT risk management, network security, identity and access management, cloud security, vulnerability management, penetration testing, threat intelligence and security awareness;
gain hands-on experience of IT security practices in line with international standards and methodologies.


As a trainee in the Market Infrastructure Support Division, you will:

contribute to the review of the existing frameworks for identifying and managing operational risks relating to TARGET Services, as well as specific aspects of cyber resilience and information security, in line with international standards and methodologies;
support the second-line activities of TARGET Services by reviewing (cyber) threats and developing threat scenarios, in particular assessing information security controls and the cyber resilience status of the Eurosystems market infrastructure, such as T2, TIPS and T2S.


In both divisions, you will:

work within a team under the guidance of a mentor;
establish and maintain relationships within and outside your team to expand your knowledge and skills;
participate in horizontal team activities;
contribute to tasks by bringing your ideas and taking initiative.


The position offers you excellent opportunities to apply state-of-the-art concepts and methods to protect information assets and gain experience across a range of information security topics. You will be part of a multicultural team that strives for continuous innovation to make a positive impact on the lives of European citizens.

Qualifi cations, experience and skills
Essential:

a bachelors degree or higher in the field of computer science, IT engineering, mathematics or another relevant field;
good IT and analytical skills;
familiarity with one or more information security or cyber resilience concepts, such as IT risk management, identity and access management, network security, threat intelligence, security assessment and vulnerability management;
a good knowledge of the Microsoft Office package;
an advanced (C1) command of English and an intermediate (B1) command of at least one other official language of the EU, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.


Desi red:

knowledge of international IT security standards or frameworks (e.g. the ISO 27000 family, COBIT or NIST);
programming or scripting skills relevant to security engineering or data analysis;
a sound understanding of cloud computing and relevant technologies;
knowledge of operational risk management frameworks (only for the traineeship in the Market Infrastructure Support Division);
a basic knowledge of payments, securities settlement or collateral management systems and related international requirements for their secure operation (only for the traineeship in the Market Infrastructure Support Division).


You are curious and eager to learn, and want to further develop your ability to analyse complex information. You are keen to collaborate with others, pursue team goals and learn from other peoples diverse perspectives. You strive to know and anticipate stakeholder needs, and will signal any need for change and propose alternative solutions.

You are motivated to contribute to the ECBs mission, to serve the citizens of the EU as a member of a public institution and to work with colleagues from all over Europe. You are keen to be part of our team and to use your skills and competencies to achieve the aims of this position.

Further information
Trainee ship of between 6 and 12 months in total, starting in the first half of 2024.

Other details on the conditions applicable to traineeships at the ECB can be found on our website.

For additional information on this specific vacancy, you can contact:

Digital Security Services: Federico.Leopizzi@ec b.europa.eu
Market Infrastructure Support: Gabor.Szendrey@ecb.e uropa.eu


Applic ation and selection process
The recruitment process for this position will include an online interview.

Further information on how to apply is available on our website.

If you are not selected for this position but are still considered suitable, you will be placed on a reserve list for 12 months from the closing date for applications, from which you might be considered for other traineeship positions within the ECB.

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TRAINEESHIPS IN MARKET OPERATIONS

General Information

Type of contract Traineeship

Who can apply? EU nationals eligible for our traineeship programme

Grant The trainee grant is 1,070 per month plus an accommodation allowance (see further information section)

Working time Full time

Place of work Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Closing date 09.10.2023

Your team
You will be part of one of five divisions in the Directorate General Market Operations: the Bond Markets and International Operations Division, the Financial Operations Services Division, the Money Market and Liquidity Division, the Market Operations Analysis Division or the Market Operations Systems Division.
Our Directorate General has around 180 staff responsible for preparing and executing the monetary policy and foreign exchange operations of the Eurosystem. We manage the ECBs foreign reserves and own funds, and we develop and maintain the framework for its financial market activities. We also coordinate the implementation of the Eurosystems asset purchase programme and reserve management services.
To effectively achieve our goals, we monitor and analyse financial market developments that are relevant for market operations. As well as maintaining regular contact with financial market participants, our Directorate General works closely with other ECB business areas, the national central banks (NCBs) of EU Member States and the Group of Ten central banks.
Market Operations traineeships are aimed primarily at graduates with an interest in data management, financial markets and/or monetary policy implementation.
The ECB is an inclusive employer and we strive to reflect the diversity of the population we serve. We encourage you to apply irrespective of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or other characteristics.

Your role
As a trainee in the Directorate General Market Operations, you will contribute to the operational and analytical tasks of your division, working closely with experts on a diverse range of monetary policy activities. You will have a unique opportunity to develop your teamwork skills and gain hands-on experience, delivering insights, findings, reports, presentations and other analytical outputs to colleagues in your division, the Directorate Generals senior management and the Eurosystems task forces and working groups.
As part of one of our teams, especially our data teams, you will also showcase and expand your data analysis skills as you:

collect and process data;
investigate and integrate data from different sources;
visualise and communicate findings using interactive tools such as Tableau;
assist professional teams in developing IT applications.


T hroughout your traineeship you will be given opportunities to learn and contribute to the goals of your team while collaborating with more senior colleagues on some of the activities listed below.

Bond Markets and International Operations Division

supporting the coordination and implementation of the asset purchase programmes and the management of foreign reserve portfolios and other ECB portfolios managed by the Division;
contributing to the regular production of various reports on financial markets, covering, for example, developments in US, Japanese, Chinese and euro area government bonds, bank and corporate bonds, and foreign exchange and commodity markets;
assisting with the production of ad hoc analyses and summaries of meetings with external counterparties, in particular investment banks.

Financial Operations Services Division

assisting with the reconciliation of ECB nostro cash, gold and custody accounts used in connection with the ECBs own funds, monetary policy, centralised foreign exchange and a range of other transactions carried out by the ECB, and of Eurosystem NCB accounts used for operations involving the ECBs foreign reserve assets;
contributing to the management of legal documentation related to the ECBs counterparties and intermediaries and helping to analyse and follow up on regulatory changes.

Money Market and Liquidity Division

analysing money market developments using transaction-level financial market data and gathering feedback from external parties;
analysing bidding behaviour in the ECBs monetary policy operations, examining changes in the Eurosystem balance sheet and investigating the effects of monetary policy decisions on liquidity conditions and the money market;
supporting our monitoring of the euro short-term rate and the coordination of market contact groups.

Market Operations Analysis Division

monitoring and analysing the performance of the Eurosystem monetary policy implementation framework and contributing to the preparation of policy proposals for its improvement;
helping maintain and enhance the Eurosystem collateral framework on a policy, operational, and technical level by performing data analysis activities, testing software and improving internal business intelligence reporting;
monitoring and assessing the financial eligibility of monetary policy counterparties and contributing to the analysis of topics such as minimum reserve requirements, targeted longer-term refinancing operations, emergency liquidity assistance and Eurosystem balance sheet items.

Market Operations Systems Division

analysing and configuring new financial instruments in the ECBs treasury management system, reflecting changes in the operational framework and supporting users at the ECB and NCBs to ensure that Eurosystem operations can be processed smoothly;
bringing innovation to business processes by leveraging automation, new technologies, data analytics and visualisation tools; building synergies with other ECB business areas.


These positions offer you extensive exposure to financial markets and practical approaches to implementing monetary policy. You will also be able to dive deep into data, experience a busy operational environment and feel part of a larger mission.

You will be part of a multicultural team that strives for continuous innovation to make a positive impact on the lives of European citizens.

Qualifi cations, experience and skills
Essential:

a bachelors degree or higher in finance, economics, econometrics, mathematics, statistics, accounting, computer science or a related discipline;
an awareness of financial market structures, financial market developments and market operations;
experience using one or more of the following: SQL, VBA, R, Python, Java, MATLAB, Stata, Tableau, MS Power BI, Bloomberg or Refinitiv Eikon;
experience working with complex data (i.e. data preparation, analysis and visualisation);
a good knowledge of the MS Office package, including an advanced knowledge of MS Excel;
an advanced (C1) command of English and an intermediate (B1) command of at least one other official language of the EU, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Desired:

a masters degree in finance, economics, econometrics, mathematics, statistics, accounting, computer science or a related discipline.

You are curious and eager to learn and want to further develop your ability to analyse complex information. You are keen to collaborate with others, pursue team goals and learn from other peoples diverse perspectives. You strive to know and anticipate stakeholder needs and will signal any need for change and propose alternative solutions.
You are motivated to contribute to the ECBs mission, to serve the citizens of the EU as a member of a public institution and to work with colleagues from all over Europe. You are keen to be part of our team and to use your skills and competencies to achieve the aims of this position.

Further information
Trainee ships of between six and 12 months in total, with starting dates in January 2024 or later.
Other details on the conditions applicable to traineeships at the ECB can be found on our website.
For additional information regarding this vacancy notice, you can contact Ioana-Elena Coman (Ioana.Coman@ecb.eur opa.eu) or Ole Gregarek (Ole.Gregarek@ecb.eu ropa.eu).

Applica tion and selection process
The recruitment process for this position will include an online interview.
Further information on how to apply is available on our website.
If you are not selected for this position but are still considered suitable, you will be placed on a reserve list for 12 months from the closing date for applications, from which you might be considered for other positions within the ECB.

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TRAINEESHIP IN STATISTICS AND DATA SCIENCE

General Information

Type of contract Traineeship

Who can apply? EU nationals eligible for our traineeship programme

Grant The trainee grant is 1,070 per month plus an accommodation allowance (see further information section)

Working time Full time

Place of work Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Closing date 01.10.2023

Your team
The Directorate General Statistics has around 350 staff providing statistical products and services, as well as a whole range of aggregated and disaggregated data, to inform not only central banking and banking supervision policy decisions but also the public at large. This is done in close collaboration with the European System of Central Banks, the European Commission (namely Eurostat), the banking industry, national competent authorities and international bodies.

In your role as a trainee, you will directly contribute to the work of the Directorate General at what is a very interesting and exciting time, as we are currently revamping data reporting from banks and developing new European data products and services. By joining the Directorate General, you will form part of a team responsible for collecting and validating data, producing and publishing statistical indicators and keeping the related documentation fit for purpose. You will work closely with relevant stakeholders such as economists, analysts and banking supervisors.

The ECB is an inclusive employer and we strive to reflect the diversity of the population we serve. We encourage you to apply irrespective of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or other characteristics.

Your role
As a trainee in the Directorate General Statistics you will:

directly contribute to the work of the Directorate General;
gain an insight into the methodology, validation, compilation and publication of macroeconomic statistics and large-scale granular/micro datasets in a policy-oriented environment;
work both in a team and independently under the guidance of a mentor, taking the initiative and interacting with other staff members and management;
have an opportunity to participate in your teams regular activities, complete a conceptual or empirical study and support the development of statistical concepts, tools or processes.


The position offers you excellent opportunities to modernise the ECBs data culture and data management in a period of rapid financial innovation. You will be part of a multicultural team that strives for continuous innovation to make a positive impact on the lives of European citizens.

Qualifications, experience and skills
Essential:

a bachelors degree or higher in statistics, data science, economics, finance, mathematics, computer science, operational research or another relevant field;
experience using at least one of the following programming languages/statistica l packages: C/C++, FAME, HTML, Java, JavaScript, Mathematica, MATLAB, Perl, Python, R, R Shiny, SAS, Scala, Spark, SQL, Stata, Tableau or VBA;
a good knowledge of the MS Office package (in particular Word, Excel and PowerPoint);
familiarity with data and metadata management, including collection, cleaning, validation, aggregation and analysis;
familiarity with statistical or mathematical software packages and/or relational databases for managing large-scale structured data;
an advanced (C1) command of English and an intermediate (B1) command of at least one other official language of the EU, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.


Desi red:

familiarity with monetary and financial statistics, macroeconomic statistics (such as financial accounts, balance of payments or price statistics), supervisory data, micro/granular financial data, household or corporate surveys, or the governance and management of integrated data and metadata;
familiarity with international standards for macroeconomic statistics, accounting or banking supervision;
knowledge of the techniques used in the development of applications and tools for data management and visualisation, such as data science tools and machine learning.


You are curious and eager to learn, and want to further develop your ability to analyse complex information. You are keen to collaborate with others, pursue team goals and learn from other peoples diverse perspectives. You strive to know and anticipate stakeholder needs, and will signal any need for change and propose alternative solutions.

You are motivated to contribute to the ECBs mission, to serve the citizens of the EU as a member of a public institution and to work with colleagues from all over Europe. You are keen to be part of our team and to use your skills and competencies to achieve the aims of this position.

Further information
Trainee ship of an initial period of six months, with a possible extension to up to 12 months in total. The start date will be in 2024.

Other details on the conditions applicable to traineeships at the ECB can be found on our website.

For additional information on this specific vacancy, you can speak to Rodrigo Oliveira-Soares, on +49 (0)69 1344 6777 between 12:00 and 14:00 on Thursday, 28 September 2023.

Application and selection process
The recruitment process for this position will include a pre-recorded video interview in the pre-selection phase and if you are invited to participate in the subsequent selection phase an online interview.

Further information on how to apply is available on our website.

If you are not selected for this position but are still considered suitable, you will be placed on a reserve list for 12 months from the closing date for applications, from which you might be considered for other traineeship positions within the ECB.

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