IT jobs at the World Bank, Papua New Guinea
Position: Senior IT Assistant
Roles and responsibilities
- Work directly with users to probe and ask effective questions to fully diagnose both the root cause of a problem and the customer’s comfort level with technology; assess complex, non-routine problems; follow up with all fixes and repairs of IT problems in the Country Office.
- Setup, configure and maintain video-conference, audio-visual equipment and other electronic devices for presentations or conferences; when necessary support installation, maintenance, and upgrades of local networks and communications infrastructure as part of the office infrastructure projects.
- Provide IT training for staff, particularly for newly hired staff. Train users in remote access systems.
- The document, maintain and enhance work processes and standards in the area, including documenting procedures for troubleshooting and incident resolution/solution.
- Participate in Service Continuity, Security and Business Continuity activities.
- Troubleshoots, provide workarounds, and permanent fixes to issues identified in the end-user environment.
- Similarly, disseminate relevant IT information to Country Office and visiting staff.
- Collect feedback on IT services from clients, through surveys and other tools, and inform other IT colleagues in the office, Region and if necessary inform other relevant ITS teams.
- Track trending of issues and escalate, as appropriate as well as work closely with other ITS colleagues, both within the region and in ITS.
- Assist in establishing the IT budget for the CO. Assist in the decision making/planning process of IT needs at the beginning/end of each fiscal year.
- Advise on standard IT equipment orders for CO as well as assist staff in the procurement of smartphones and other mobile devices.
- Under the direction of Team Lead, evaluate and pilot test new products and services, both hardware and software.
- Propose IT applications and coordinate their implementations. Also, provide local expertise on all WBG Standard Software and Corporate applications.
- Administer WBG information security standards, including requesting IT accounts, SecureIDs, remote access and passwords.
- Adhere to Institutional policies and advise on ITS policies, directives, and procedures. Consistently enforce WBG technology standards. Similarly, ensure that the integrity and security of WBG Systems are not compromised from within or outside the corporation.
- Attend expert training when required and maintain a working knowledge of the IT trends in the business relevant to supporting the WBG IT standards.
- Use the incident management tracking system to track work and analyze reports to identify problem areas and training opportunities.
- Maintain a proper inventory of all CO IT related equipment and software. Act as the Software Asset Custodian (SAC) on behalf of the CO clients and ensure licensed software is tracked and maintained in line with the Institutional Software Asset Management (ISAM) Procedure.
- Participate in facilities work and vendor management, as part of CO administrative teams. Coordinate Country Office moves of IT hardware and communications.
- Furthermore, ensure Service Level Agreements are maintained with local maintenance providers. Also, monitor local city and national technology trends and developments.
Required education and experience
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Systems/Sciences/IT. In addition to that, a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience with donor/funded, International Organizations/Institutions or reputable telecom/IT sector.
- Good Knowledge of IT Technologies (Troubleshooting, Windows Platform, Exchange, Microsoft Office, Printers, Scanners, Servers and alike). Similarly, the experience of serving Clients in a multi-cultural environment.