IT Consultant – Server Administration/ Office Automation at the European Commission in Luxembourg

DIaLOGIKa — Gesellschaft für angewandte Informatik mbH

Online säit: 17/01/20

IT Consultant – Server Administration/ Office Automation (m/f/x)

at the European Commission in Luxembourg


Job Description

We operate, update, and maintain a large server farm at the European Commission. The servers among other tasks automatically convert different document formats into each other (e.g., Word into PDF and vice versa) and perform text recognition on scanned documents.


We are looking for a motivated person to join us in our effort to smoothly operate the servers including software installation and configuration, testing, and customer support. The job is on the premises of the European Commission in Drosbach, Luxembourg. Your colleagues at the commission and a strong back office in Luxembourg and Saarbrücken are joining you.


Work with large EU institutions to deliver state-of-the-art solutions and expert consultancy. Leverage your knowledge and skills for career success. Take up the challenge and apply with us as an Office Automation Expert.


Skills and Experience

  • You have a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related fields
  • You enjoy analysing and mastering complex systems
  • You have experience with working in a team to run a server or cloud-based software system
  • You comfortably participate in meetings held in English ( German or French are an asset)
  • You feel comfortable discussing and conveying technical subject matter


About the Company

With its combined 100-strong team, DIaLOGIKa and its Luxembourg-based partner companies realise demanding software solutions in forward-looking IT domains such as Document Life Cycle, Telecommunications, Digital Security and Technical Monitoring, to name only a few.



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Virgeschloene Kontrakt:
Typ vum Kontrakt: CDD, CDI
Plaz vun der Schaff: Luxembourg
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