Аналітик з Інформаційно-комунікаційних технологій
The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) helps the United Nations (UN) and its partners provide peace and security, humanitarian, and development solutions. UNOPS services cover infrastructure, project management, procurement, financial management and human resources.
THIS IS A LOCAL POSITION FOR WHICH ONLY APPLICANTS WITH UKRAINIAN NATIONALITY OR WITH THE RESIDENCY/WORK PERMIT IN UKRAINE ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.
In response to the request of the Government of Ukraine, UNOPS opened an office in Ukraine in 2017, which provides a broad spectrum of services to the Government and the people of Ukraine. Currently, the office is classified as an Operations Centre, with a portfolio of projects exceeding USD 100 million, in the areas of rule of law, environment, energy efficiency, crisis recovery, good governance, human resources management, procurement, and logistics.
The European Union funded Project ‘Support for Rule of Law Reforms in the Areas of Police, Public Prosecution and Good Governance’ (hereinafter – Project) has the overall objective of supporting the strengthening of the policing, prosecution and civilian governance in Ukraine and to align them with the best European and International practices. On substance matters, the project relies on the EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) to Ukraine.
The Project partners with a number of national institutions in Ukraine, including the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI). The SBI has the mandate to carry out independent investigation of crimes by civil service officials, judges, law enforcement officials, and those officials working in the special anti-corruption institutions of the Ukrainian Government. Since its set up in 2016 the SBI has made progress towards establishing itself as a functional law enforcement institution with the ability to carry out investigative operations. In order for the SBI to reach its potential there are certain key steps that must be achieved. There is a need for more clarity in the legal framework on governance; strategic planning capacity should be enhanced; recruitment and training of personnel needs significant activity and IT and communications capacities must be greatly developed. Considering the above, the Project will deliver support interventions to enhance the capacity of the SBI, including those related to IT infrastructure, data security, data exchange.
The ICT Analyst (hereinafter – Consultant) will work under overall supervision and guidance of the Programme Manager the will be imbedded into the SBI in order to provide professional service directly to the structural units of the SBI thus contributing to the development of ICT capacities of the SBI.
High School diploma is required
A professional/technical diploma or university degree, desirable in information sciences, computer sciences or engineering and/or professional certification in network management, server software and information security would be an advantage and would substitute for some years of relevant experience.
Minimum seven (7) years of relevant experience in IT and/or telecommunications, preferably related to developing or supporting the functioning of infrastructure for organisations with several hundred active IT service users
Experience of managing Active Directory, Windows and Unix-like OS-based servers, network infrastructure (switches, routers, wireless equipment), hardware and software information security elements (firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention systems, anti-virus packages, etc.), voice connection/voice over IP.
Fluency in written and spoken Ukrainian and working level knowledge of English is required.