IT Chief of Branch (eBusiness applications and EAI) (IT-17)
NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA)
Closed on 11 Nov 2020
Location: Capellen (Luxembourg)
Grade: ABCL grade A-4 / NATO grade 20, Chief and Senior Professional
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Job Description
Post N° IT-17 / Ref. No. 104/2020

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The incumbent is responsible to the Chief of Division (Deputy CIO) for the proper management of the Customer Dedicated Applications Branch.


All candidates (internal and external) should refer to the FAQs before applying.

NSPA internal candidates must submit additionally their latest completed EPMS report.

NSPA staff members of the same grade can submit a transfer request till 14 October 2020.

Applications sent via e-mail will be automatically rejected.


Qualified redundant NATO civilian candidates of the same grade will be considered in priority.

Interviews are expected to be held approximately six weeks after the application closing date. The Talent Acquisition and Development Office shall let you know in due course the outcome of the screening process.

Moreover, due to the broad interest in NSPA and the large number of potential candidates, telephone or email enquiries cannot be dealt with.

The Agency would appreciate it if addressee countries could provide their support by submitting candidates whose security clearance can be effected (or confirmed) rapidly and who could report for duty as soon as possible after selection.
NSPA as an employer values diverse backgrounds and perspectives and is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse and talented workforce. NSPA welcomes applications of nationals from all Member States and strongly encourages women to apply.

About NSPA

The NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) brings together, in a single organization, acquisition, logistic, medical and infrastructural capabilities, operational and systems support and services to the NATO nations, NATO Military Authorities and partner nations. As NATO's primary enabler, the Agency's mission is to provide effective and cost efficient multinational solutions to the Alliance, its 30 Nations and Partners.

Since its establishment in 1958, NSPA acquires, operates, and maintains everything through an unbiased link between industry and the nations: from weapon systems to fuel delivery, port services, airfield logistics, medical and catering services or base support services for troops stationed across the world. The Agency enables the consolidation and centralisation of logistics management functions, providing a "cradle to grave" support and allowing its customers to achieve economies of scale.

As one of the three NATO Agencies, the NSPA operates under the under North Atlantic Council-approved charters.

The Agency is the executive body of the NATO Support and Procurement Organisation (NSPO), of which all 30 NATO nations are members. Those nations are represented in the NSPO Agency Supervisory Board (ASB), which directs and controls the activities of the NSPA.

NSPA is headquartered in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, with main operational centres in France, Hungary and Italy. The Agency employs around 1,550 staff and overseeing over 2,500 contractors in NATO's missions across the world.


As NATO's primary enabler,

our mission is to provide effective

and cost efficient multinational solutions

to the Alliance, its 30 Nations and Partners.

We can do it individually and collectively, in time of peace, crisis and war, in order to maximize the ability and flexibility of the Nations' armed forces, contingents and other relevant organisations, within the guidance provided by the North Atlantic Council, to execute their core missions.