The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII) is a technical advisory and capacity building program funded by the Australian Government and managed by SMEC International Pty. Ltd. The program's purpose is to support the Indonesian Government (GoI) in overcoming barriers to the delivery of high quality and strategic infrastructure developments - by working with and building the capacity of GoI agencies at both the national and sub-national levels. IndII is currently seeking an Indonesian national for the position of IT officer as described below. The successful applicant will commence in January 2015 or as agreed, for a period of assignment of up to 2 years.
Under the direct supervision of the IT Manager, the IT Officer will be responsible for maintenance and administration of the Management Information System (MIS), including assisting in the maintenance, support and implementation of the IT Infrastructure in IndII. In particular he/she will:
Assist in developing, maintaining and administering the MIS
Assist in maintaining and administering the program website
Provide training for IndII staff or consultants in MIS procedures, data entry, reporting and other topics necessary for data collection
Provide onsite/remote IT support to IndII staff at the Main Office and Satellite Offices
Install/Support/Maintain a wide range of IT Infrastructure (Server, Workstations, Network, Printers, PBX, Internet, etc.)
Maintain a registry of all hardware and software
Perform other duties as assigned
Other key attributes should include:
MIS/IT professional with relevant educational background, having a minimum of 4 years of application (desktop/web) development in a Microsoft environment
Experience in developing desktop/web application using .NET framework (C#)
Proven skills in database programming using SQL language in SQL Server or other SQL-based database
Advanced Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) skills
Experience and/or knowledge of various networking systems concepts including email, firewall, client-servers, network security, network protocols, etc
Experience in PHP programming is an advantage
Excellent written and oral communication skills in Indonesian and English
Relevant skills in networking systems and computer problem solving
Ability to handle confidential data in a professional, responsible and mature manner
Female applicants are encouraged to apply.
Following this advertisement, a shortlisted group will be invited to an interview process for final selection. The closing date for applications is Monday, 29 December 2014 at 4.00pm (Jakarta local time). Applications (CV and cover letter outlining your suitability) should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the position title ("IT Officer") as the subject.
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