The Financial Mechanism Office is recruiting an IT Officer
The Financial Mechanism Office in Brussels is the secretariat of the EEA and Norway Grants and reports to the Foreign Ministries of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. We are currently recruiting an IT Officer to assist in running our Documentation, Reporting and Information System.
The Documentation, Reporting and Information System (DoRIS) is under develpment and will be the main IT system for supporting the implementation of the programmes funded by the EEA Grants and the Norway Grants. Project support will be granted to applicants over the next years through programmes managed at country level in the 15 beneficiary states of central and southern Europe.
DoRIS is a web based reporting system, using SharePoint 2010 in some modules, and will be used by all beneficiary states (several hundred users). DoRIS will also support the FMO administration in the day-to-day running of the office and function as the main document management and archive system.
The IT Officer will report to the Head of Administration and Donor Relations. The successful applicant will be mainly responsible for first-line technical support, handling change orders, user management, managing the SLA (Service Level Agreement) as well as contact with the main IT supplier/developer of DoRIS. The successful candidate shall also prepare documentation as required for the continued development and rolling-out of DoRIS for the users, in close dialogue with the relevant stakeholders.
- A minimum of 5 years relevant work experience;
- Very good IT knowledge and experience in information management and proven ability to manage and coordinate IT projects in a medium-size organisation;
- Familiar with standard Microsoft products including Windows 2008 Server, Exchange Server, SQL Server, Windows XP workstations and MS office;
- Excellent knowledge in application development of SharePoint 2010.
We offer a very interesting and challenging position in a dynamic and diverse work environment. We also offer a highly competitive salary and favourable tax conditions and social benefits.
For further information about this post, please contact the Head of Administration and Donor Relations at: +32 2 211 18 91 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org