The German Customs Investigation Bureau is seeking programmers for its government-Trojan development program.
According to The H Security, a couple of 2-year positions are available at the agency’s Cologne office.
Applicants are required to possess a college degree, have at least three years of experience in computer science or communications engineering, practical experience in software modeling, and good communication and organizational skills.
Technical knowledge in IT security for Windows, Linux and OS X is also required.
The job involves “planning, operation and optimization of a modern telecommunications network and its components for telecommunication surveillance in respect of all parameters relevant to economics.”
It also involves market observation, the viewing of IT security issues in a professional context, preparation of specifications and feasibility studies, and “professional preparation and monitoring of procurement actions.”