Temporary Consultant (IT design and data intake)
Call for Curricula for a position1 of Consultant (IT design and data intake) within the project “Actions to support the Italian Government for the transfer of asylum seekers to other European countries – EUREL”, AMIF 2014‐2020, Special cases
CFCV 2017 ‐ 40
In 2015 and 2016 the EC adopted the European Agenda on Migration setting out a number of measures to address the short, medium and long‐term challenges posed by the increasing migratory flows. Considering the high number of fatalities related to the perilous journeys to Europe, with the deaths toll reaching unprecedented numbers, the EU decided to establish specific measures to support Italy and Greece in their management of the migration flows, specifically in relation to asylum. The measures envisaged are various, from the increase of first reception capacities to the hotspot approach and return mechanisms. One of the key measures envisaged is the relocation of asylum seekers to other EU MS. Two Council decisions ‐ (EU) 2015/1523 of 14 September 2015 and (EU) 2015/1601 of 22 September 2015 ‐ established the Relocation Programme. The subsequent Roadmap for Italy, on the operational aspects of the relocation procedures for asylum seekers who landed in Italy is the basis of the implementation of the project in caption. Given IOM’s wide experience with resettlement and relocation, the Organization was asked by the Italian Government to provide support in the relocation of 10,000 asylum seekers over two years. IOM is involved in the preparation of the beneficiaries for their new life in the country of relocation, as well as in their movement to their country of destination. Also, IOM is tasked with providing inputs on how to best implement similar operations through assessing the different implementation steps. These recommendations will also be shared with the EC. In view of the above, among the activities to be carried out by IOM it emerges the need to ensure all data regarding project’s beneficiaries is stored and analysed for monitoring and knowledge sharing purposes. The Organisation is therefore looking for a consultant with sound experience in IT related issues.
ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT AND SCOPE
Under the overall coordination of the Director, Coordinating Mission for the Mediterranean, Chief of Mission for Italy and Malta, and Representative to the Holy See, the direct supervision of the Project Manager of the project “Actions to support the Italian Government for the transfer of asylum seekers toother European countries – EUREL”, AMIF 2014‐2020, Special cases”, the Consultant will be responsible for the following tasks:
a) Designing a dedicated section of IOM Italy’s database to store the data of 10,000 to 15,000 beneficiaries of the above mentioned project;
b) Data entry, on a regular basis, of the information collected on the beneficiaries, including biodata, date of transfer, date of submission of Pre‐departure information session, date of submission of the skills assessment, and other relevant details as requested by IOM and the Italian Ministry of Interior; and
c) Elaborating reports and statistics at the request of IOM and Italian Ministry of Interior.
The Consultant will be based in Rome.
Implementation period: September – December 2017
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Education and professional experience:
High school diploma or University degree in IT related subjects
Six years’ work experience on Information technology related issues
Four years’ work experience on database design
Experience with International Organizations, NGOs, Italian Institutions is an advantage
Valid European Union working permit (for non‐EU candidates)
Ability to elaborate tools to store data
Ability to intake data in IT support mechanisms
Ability to listen and work with flexibility, integrity and professionalism
Ability to be proactive, with common sense and good interpersonal skills
Capacity to learn and gain new competencies, while accepting/giving constructive criticism.
Fluency in written and spoken Italian and English is required. Working knowledge or fluency in one or more of the following languages is an advantage: French, Spanish, Arabic, Tigrinya, Amharic, Pashto, Urdu, Dari and Somali.
How to ApplyInterested candidates shall submit their Curriculum Vitae in English (Europass template) to the following e‐mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org within 04 September 2017 specifying as subject: CFCV 2017 40 Only pre‐selected candidates will be further contacted for the interview.
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