Do you have a passion for research in the field of risk management and cyber security? Are you enthusiastic in helping companies and municipalities improving cyber security? Then we are looking for you!
What will you be doing?
As a junior researcher within the Centre of Expertise Cyber Security you are doing research in risk management in cyber security, guided by a Lector or a senior researcher.
Risk is inherent in any activity. A successful cybersecurity attack can cause damage to an organization, such as leading to large amounts of sensitive data being stolen (IT) or causing operational technologies (OT) to fail leading to direct physical harm. To mitigate the risk and damage associated with cybersecurity, it is important to know how to assess these risks, and proactively improve the system via design.
The focus of the research work will be in one or more of the following areas:
Besides your role as a junior researcher, you have the opportunity to work in the educational program or work in different projects with municipalities or private sectors. Moreover, there is also room for own initiative and new ideas for research.
We want you to become successful in this position. When reading through your resume, we would like to see that you have:
If we talk to you, you will be able to convince us with examples that show that you:
Do you want to know more about the Centre of Expertise Cyber Security - The Hague University?
The research group Cyber Security & Risk Management is part of the Centre of Expertise Cyber Security of The Hague University of Applied Sciences. The mission of the Centre of Expertise Cyber Security is to strengthen the cyber resilience of public and private organizations that are themselves less equipped for cyber threats. This mission is achieved by developing knowledge, based on practice-oriented research for organizations and education. Together with three other research groups within our Centre of Expertise, we execute multidisciplinary research and collaborate closely with the faculty IT&Design and the faculty Public Management, Law and Safety.
The Hague University of Applied Sciences as an inclusive campus
The Hague University of Applied Sciences wants to be an inclusive campus. That's why we focus on equal opportunities and strive for a wide diversity of staff alongside a diverse student population. After all, as a university we are at the heart of society and should reflect that. That is why we attach great importance to making the best possible use of the different perspectives and backgrounds of our employees. This is how we find even more connection with our students and the changing world around us.
Are you our new colleague?
You can apply for the position by submitting your CV and answer the 5 questions below via the link below. The application deadline isThursday 7 October 2022. After the letter selection, we invite a number of candidates for an interview.
Do you think that you are a good match for this position? Then please answer the next 5 questions and uploading your resume. Please elaborate on each question with a maximum of 200 words.
Do you want more information?
For in-depth information about this vacancy, please contact dr. Ligaya Butalid, programme coordinator Centre of Expertise Cyber Security, via e-mail at email@example.com
Want more information on the application process? Then contact Rash Mokiem, Resourcing Advisor via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.