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The Northern European Command, Command and Control Information System (NEC CCIS) is a non-realtime NATO Air Command and Control (C2) system operated by NATO, Estonia, Iceland, Lithuania and Norway. The system supports all aspects of air operations from operational level (CAOC/NHQ) to tactical level (WOC/SQOC/GBAD).

System Maintenance, Development and Support is provided by NEC CCIS System Support Centre (SSC) Kolsaas, Norway. 

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Applications for NEC CCIS SSC civilian posts must be made for a specific vacancy using the electronic JWC Application Form in English,  and should be submitted in Microsoft Word format by email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Applicants are requested not to change the format of the JWC Application Form as this will lead to rejection of their application. Further guidance for applicants is provided in the vacancy notice.

Please note that we accept application forms without a signature at this stage in the process.

The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency was established on 1 July as a result of the merger of the NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A), the NATO ACCS Management Agency (NACMA), the NATO Communications and Information System Services Agency (NCSA), the ALTBMD Programme and elements of NATO HQ. 

The establishment of the Agency is part of a broader NATO reform. The new NCI Agency "connects forces, NATO and Nations"- it is NATO's IT and C4ISR provider, including cyber and missile defence.

At the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC), NCI Agency provides the required CIS support to the permanent staff as well as in support of all events and exercised conducted by the Joint Warfare Centre at the headquarters located at Jåtta.

 

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Applications for NCI Agency civilian posts must be made for a specific vacancy using the electronic application procedure. Further guidance for applicants is provided on the NCI Agency website.

Contact Information

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Phone:
Tel: +47 5287 9216
Fax: +47 5287 9009

Mailing Address:
Joint Warfare Centre, Civilian HR
PO Box 8080, N-4068 Stavanger
Norway

Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) Civilian Human Resources Office is responsible for the recruitment, Human Resources (HR) management and administration of NATO International Civilian (NIC) personnel appointed to the JWC,NCI Agency CIS Support Unit (CSU Stavanger) and the Northern European Command - Command and Control Information System Support Centre (NEC CCIS SSC) in accordance with appropriate agreements and delegations of authority.

Here you can access information related to NIC positions at the JWC and NCI Agency CSU in Stavanger, Norway and NEC CCIS SSC in Kolsås, Norway.

The need for continuity in essential activities, together with factors such as the cost of training military personnel for skills already available in the civilian market, contribute to a need for civilian manpower as an important part of NATO's military structure. NICs work along-side their military colleagues in functions such as finance, human resource management, communications and information systems, training, administration and linguistics.

There are two categories of staff employed by JWC which are broken down into a number of grades:

  • A grades are professional-level posts, such as: Information Systems Engineers, Finance Officers, Personnel Officer etc.
  • B grades are typically technicians or assistants, such as: Information Systems Technicians, Finance Assistants, Administrative Assistants etc.

Please note that although NATO has two official languages (English and French), work at the JWC is conducted mainly in the English language.

Nationals of the following Countries are eligible to apply:

Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America.


JWC


The Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) located in Stavanger, Norway is aligned as a subordinate command of Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT), Norfolk, Virginia, United States.

JWC is NATO's premier collective training and exercise facility at the operational level.

In addition to this robust, highly realistic and demanding training, JWC conducts joint and combined capability integration, concept and doctrine development in order to improve NATO's operational readiness and interoperability.


NCIA CSU Stavanger


The NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA) CIS Support Unit (CSU) Stavanger, provides Communications and Information Systems (CIS) services to customers in Stavanger and Norway. The main customer, Joint Warfare Centre, receives a series of services both as static service delivery to permanent staff as well as dynamic and flexible event services in support of exercises. The CSU delivers on multiple platforms, advanced, simulated and modulated exercises to the local warfare facility and remote locations, supporting the Education, Training, Experimentation and Exercise (ETEE) environment in NATO.


NEC CCIS SSC


The Northern European Command, Command and Control Information System (NEC CCIS) is a near-realtime NATO Air Command and Control (C2) system operated by NATO, Estonia, Iceland, Lithuania and Norway. The system supports all aspects of air operations from operational level (CAOC/NHQ) to tactical level (WOC/SQOC/GBAD).

System maintenance, development and support is provided by the NEC CCIS System Support Centre (SSC), which is located at Kolsås near Oslo, Norway.


Current Vacancies in Norway


All current and future vacancies can be found here:

https://nato.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en

Serving NATO International Civilian staff will be offered a contract in accordance with the NATO Civilian Personnel Regulations. Newly recruited staff will be offered a definite duration contract of three years with possibility of renewal.

For more information concerning the terms and conditions of employment as a NATO civilian, click here.


NATO-Wide Recruitment


Click here for a list of current vacancies for international civilian staff positions available in the various NATO locations world-wide.

The Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) is a NATO organisation that was established in Stavanger, Norway, on 23 October 2003.

It promotes and conducts NATO's joint and combined training, experimentation, analysis and doctrine development processes to maximise transformational synergy and to improve NATO's capabilities and interoperability. The JWC also assists Allied Command Transformation with development work on new technologies, modelling and simulation.

 

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Applications for JWC civilian posts must be made for a specific vacancy using the electronic JWC Application Form in English, and should be submitted in Microsoft Word format by email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Applicants are requested not to change the format of the JWC Application Form as this will lead to rejection of their application. Further guidance for applicants is provided in the vacancy notice.

Please note that we accept application forms without a signature at this stage in the process.