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#1 ven. 22 septembre 2017 18:07

Rebois Yann
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[CDD] Internship: “GIS Web Development” at the ICRC

Contact: yrebois@texte-a-enlever.icrc.org

The Water and Habitat Unit (WatHab) unit is part of the assistance division. The post holder will be part of this unit and will participate to maintenance and development of the WEB GIS for the ICRC (international committee of the red cross). Furthermore he-she will contribute to the mapping production when needed. He-She will work directly under the supervision of the GIS Coordinator with additional technical inputs coming from the GIS team in Geneva.

Responsibilities and Tasks
In support of the unit, the post holder will:

•     Maintain existing webmapping products and dashboard and will develop new web interface incorporating geolocated information
•    Create and update maps and infographics for the ICRC operation (internal products)
•    Organize and maintain the geo-databases
•    Maintain, update (cleaning and entering) data and maps in the web-based ICRC geoportal.
•    Ensure quality of data and information prior to wider circulation and publication.
•    Participate in briefings related to GIS.
•    Carry out remotely technical GIS support to GIS officers of the ICRC.
•    Maintain the Mapsearch up-to-date with the most recent maps produced by the GIS officer network.
•    Generate dashboards and infography
•    Perform other data and information management-related duties as required.

Additional function description:
The post holder will provide web development and web support  for the  data and information management to effectively support decision making and reporting of all ICRC departments/sites. He-she will create, update and manage the databases  accordingly following up on exchange of data and produce maps according to the user’s requests. He-She will play a key role in managing the information flow, standardization and security within and between ICRC department/offices. He-She must ensure that repository of data is done through effective database management.

Qualifications, skills and experience
•    University degree
•    Good practice of ESRI tools as the development are done with the ArcGIS REST API
•    Perfect knowledge of web base programming languages HTML/CSS/Javascript ESRI JS is preferable , Leafleat, Open layer
•    Python ,ArcPy, WebGIS (Tilemill/Mapbox, CartoDB), Dojo. D3.JS is an asset
•    Good practice of ESRI software and database management.
•    Knowledge of FME.
•    Knowledge of graphic design software.
•    Good practice in French or English.
•    Good reporting and computer skills.
•    Good team spirit and ability to work in an international and multi-disciplinary team as well as autonomously.

Conditions
What we offer:
-    The experience of working and being part of a small, specialist team in an international, humanitarian environment
-    Increased knowledge of humanitarian work
-    Basic salary and benefits
Be aware that:
-    The post is office based and does not involve travel.
-    Only candidates with a maximum of one year of working experience after the completion of their studies will be considered.
Duration: 1 year, full time
Starting date: 01st of December

Application

Interested candidates fulfilling the above criteria should send a message by the 15th October 2017 to Yann Rebois (yrebois@texte-a-enlever.icrc.org) with the following 2 attachments ONLY and with the following heading “GIS trainee “GIS Web Development” Traineeship Application”:
•    a cover letter (max. 400 words)
•    a CV/resume (max. two pages)
Only short listed applicants will be contacted before the 26th of October of and interviews with the shortlisted candidates will take place soon thereafter.

 

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