Project Officer Information Technology

UNDP
Experience : 4 Years
Education : BSc
Location : Chennai
Job Role : HR
Posted on 11 Jun 19
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Job DescriptionLast Date 19 Jun 19

Job ID -23953

Project Officer (Information Technology) Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Qualification : A minimum of Graduate degree in Computer Sciences / IT / from a reputed University / Institution. 

Experience: 

Minimum 7-10 years of professional work experience in managing information technology driven projects;

Preferable 2-3 years’ experience working in the health sector

Should have analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills.

Experience in troubleshooting Java and android based applications 

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

Experience in Routine Immunization programme will be an added advantage

Languages : English

Location Chennai, India

Duties and Responsibilities

Responsible for coordinating with implementing partner for the development and deployment of the Electronic Intelligence Network (eVIN) solution (for JAVA based web application and android based mobile applications),including 

- Technical support on eVIN system in terms of configuration of eVIN system at state level (upload of metadata related to Vaccine logistics /cold chain equipment/temperature loggers,  User /store /material creation, setting up relationship between the stores etc.) 

- Ensure tagging of Users/stores for all type of users especially for the administrators of the respective domains so that the emails / SMS notifications related to inventory (abnormal stock, stock expiry etc.) and temperature loggers (low excursions, high excursions, no data transmission) are received by them. 

Job Type : Full Time
Interview Type : Written-test
How to apply
Candidates should Apply Online. Application Deadline : 19/06/2019
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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.
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