Information and communication technology services
The tasks in this area are available both for the rank and file (255 days) and leaders (347 days).
This task will provide you with the readiness to operate as a professional in ICT administration, safety and technology both in the private and public sector, and include duties relating to customer service, maintenance and development. You will be operating in ICT technological environments featuring a number of security classifications.
Defence Command and National Defence University, Helsinki, as well as Finnish Defence Forces’ Research Agency, Ylöjärvi and Riihimäki
- ICT-tukihenkilö, Maanpuolustuskorkeakoulu
- ICT-tukihenkilö, Puolustusvoimien palvelukeskus
- ICT-tukihenkilö, Puolustusvoimien tutkimuslaitos
A full range of systems installer tasks will be conducted under the supervision and direction Finnish Defence Forces’ C5 Agency in the position of a brigade-level’s systems installer. This involves producing close support ICT services, including maintenance and constructing of close area networks, safety technology as well as ICT close support services’ installer tasks. In addition, you will offer technical support for end users as well as install supplementary devices and programmes. The task description will be tailored to meet your specific competences and skills.
Finnish Defence Forces’ C5 Agency, Helsinki
This task involves participating in, among others, the training exercise activities of the blue team vs. the red team, constructing services and testing their safety as well as conducting programming projects.
Finnish Defence Forces’ C5 Agency, Jyväskylä
The programming tasks require that you are able to function independently and look for solutions to ICT problems by consulting online resources. Part of the tasks focus on technological solutions relating to teaching, such as mobile games. In addition, you will be able to partake in developing programming robotics or reporting services.
The rank and file service time is 255 days, and for those in leadership training 347 days.
Defence Command, Helsinki, Finnish Defence Forces’ Shared Services Centre, Tuusula and Joensuu, as well as Finnish Defence Forces Research Agency, Riihimäki and Ylöjärvi
- Ohjelmoija, ohjelmistorobotiikan kehittäjä
- Ohjelmoija, raportointipalveluiden kehittäjä
- Ohjelmoija, (Informaatiotekniikkaosasto)
- Ohjelmoija, (Räjähde- ja suojelutektiikkaosasto)
Information Systems Installer NCO
The Information Systems Installers NCOs get training in data communications technology as well as practical systems and equipment technology rather than programming. The key topics include the installing, fielding and maintenance of fixed data transfer connections and networks thereof. The training involves the build-up and maintenance of fixed data transfer networks across Finland. For this course you need to have the qualifications for leadership training as well as pass an entrance exam.
Armoured Brigade, Riihimäki, and after this course a number of brigade-level units to choose from
User support for online pedagogy (ADL)
This task enables you to participate in developing the FDF online instructing platform (PVMoodle) as well the (pedagogical) use of other tools relating to online learning.
Finnish Defence Forces’ Shared Services Centre, Tuusula
Virtual instructor support
This task involves utilising and developing the simulator in training use in the Finnish Defenece Forces, the Virtual Battlespace 3 (VBS3), a professional version of the Arm A computer game. The virtual instructor support operates either as a programmer or as a 3D modeler. The tasks of a programmer include writing varied scripts, modelling game maps as well as configuring 3D modelling by integrating the models as part of the game. The tasks of a 3D modeler involve modelling, texturising and photographing the Finnish Defence Forces’ equipment with access to modelling tools such as Blender, 3ds Max, Quixel Suite and Adobe Photoshop CS5. The daily tasks also include maintaining the simulator class rooms and serving as an assistant instructor and support person in simulation training exercise.
The prospective applicants will undergo an interview and take an entrance exam in their own brigade-level units.
Several brigade-level units
The admin functions as a technological specialist in the Defence Command’s Public Information Division. The media production team supports the FDF’s national communications, and caters for the classy contents and outlook of the FDF’s sites. The admin updates the FDF’s public domain online sites, drafts questionnaires, print outs statistics, advises contents producers and, when necessary, produces instructions fluently.
Defence Command, Helsinki