Associate IT Systems Engineer
International Atomic Energy Agency
About the organization
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, Austria is the world’s center for cooperation in the nuclear field committed to promoting safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear technology. The IAEA offers opportunities to engage current, meaningful issues of global peace, security and development while working in a multicultural environment.
The IAEA also holds the responsibility as the world’s nuclear inspectorate, supporting global efforts to stop the spread of nuclear weapons.
The IAEA offers challenging assignments in a stimulating multicultural workplace. It has around 2,500 staff members from over 100 countries with expertise in a variety of scientific, technical, managerial and professional disciplines.
Seeking candidates for desktop engineering opportunity in Vienna, Austria. Three year assignment at an international organization dedicated to the nonproliferation of nuclear materials and weapons.
The selected candidate will support planning, designing, implementing, and managing an end user computing environment, covering hardware, software, security and deployment technologies, and associated policies and standards.
∙ Implement, deploy, and manage user-friendly solutions for the end-user computing environment.
∙ Contribute to the development of systems that adhere to the IT standards and policies. Deploy software packages, updates, and fixes to the end-user computing environment in a secure, efficient and user-friendly manner. Test and deploy software updates and fixes
∙ Contribute as a key player by proposing and developing appropriate desktop measures and operational support options.
∙ Investigate and resolve IT problems. Work with vendors on technical matters to prevent problems and optimize problem solving.
∙ Identify, investigate, and advise on emerging technologies and products, and assess their suitability of use within the overall IT strategy.
∙ Consult with and take direction from managers regarding work priorities and deliverables. Listen to customers, end users, and business analysts to understand requirements. Produce oral and written reports, presenting complex technical matters in clear terms tailored to specific audiences
∙ Bachelor's degree in computer science, IT, or a related field is required.
∙ A minimum of two years relevant experience in IT-related projects.
∙ Candidates should have experience configuring and managing automated software deployment systems, such as SCCM.
∙ Experience in Desktop operating systems and security, access and configuration.
∙ Good understanding of principles, practices & technologies related to the end-user computing, including PKI.
The position is being funded through the U.S. Support Program to the IAEA and is categorized as a Junior Professional Officer. Per UN/IAEA guidelines, candidates must be under the age of 33.
Tax free salary starting at $67,000; Fully paid relocation, installation grant, rental subsidy, 6 weeks vacation
Contact email: [email protected]
When applying, please submit a cover letter and current resume/CV.
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