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In order to further strengthen our team at our headquarters in Brussels, we are currently looking for enthusiastic employees.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic employees

ASTRID is an innovative and high-tech voice and data network. Radio communication via the ASTRID network is specifically intended for all emergency and security services, and supports their collaboration. Thanks to ASTRID, police, fire, and security services are able to communicate quickly and securely. The digital network is supplemented in each province with an integrated control room. ASTRID is a public limited company, an initiative of the federal government. To strengthen our team at our headquarters in Brussels, we are currently looking for an enthusiastic employee (m/f). Please take a look at our job offers in Dutch or French.

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Are you looking for a new challenge and do you think you can further strengthen our team?

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Carine Kiveryn ASTRID
Carine
Kiveryn
Director of Human Resources

A very special mission

Flexible hours

Centrally located

More about ASTRID

ASTRID enables the police, the fire services, emergency medical services and other organisations involved in public safety to improve both internal and interdisciplinary communications. Discover more about ASTRID in 90 seconds by this animated video.

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20 years of public safety communications

ASTRID, the specialist telecommunications operator for Belgium's emergency and security services is celebrating its 20th anniversary. On 8 June 1998, the limited liability company under public law was established with the mission of developing a common communications network for all public emergency and security services. In the years that followed, ASTRID rolled out the TETRA radio network, the paging network and the eleven provincial control rooms for handling emergency calls. Over the subsequent years, other services followed, such as a high speed data service (Blue Light Mobile) for data transmission. Currently, no less than 75,000 users from the Belgian public security and emergency services rely on their ASTRID communication resources.