Management Information System Specialist

UNDP
Experience : 4 Years
Education : ME/M.Tech, BE/B.Tech
Location : Dehradun
Job Role : HR
Posted on 13 Jul 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 25 Jul 19

Job ID - 24748

CPPGG Management Information System Specialist Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Qualification : Minimum Bachelor’s degree in information technology, Computer Science, Hardware & Software Engineering or any other closely relevant subject. Master’s  is desirable  

Experience:

A minimum of 5 years of relevant working experience, including experience in developing online MIS/GIS/Web Design.

Experience on one or more of the following software: MS-Office, advanced MS-Excel, database management using MS-Access, SQL server and/or MySQL, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Arc GIS, Power BI and/or Tableau, Google Forms/KOBO/ODK/Survey Monkey.

Knowledge of Drupal, PHP, ASP programming and format encoding is an asset. 

Experience in graphic design, multimedia and products branding an advantage. Experience in the design and development of surveys, including user requirements, form design, survey implementation, data entry, data cleaning and analysis an advantage;

Experience in designing, developing websites, as well as database driven web applications.

Experience in troubleshooting Java and android based applications

Experience of working in the State Government or other international development organization will be an asset.

Good communication, interpersonal and presentation skills, with an ability to work in a multi-cultural environment

Previous work experience with government agencies is desirable.

Languages : English, Hindi

Location Dehradun, India
Job Type : Full Time
Interview Type : Written-test
How to apply
Candidates should Apply Online. Application Deadline : 25/07/2019
Company Description
UNDP is the UN's global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. We work in 166 countries through a network of 135 country offices worldwide, working with them on their own solutions to global and national development challenges. UNDP does not represent any one approach to development; rather, our commitment is to assist partner governments in finding their own approaches, according to their own unique national circumstances. UNDP advocates for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs),the concept of human development and the need to empower women.