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Job Title: Lotus Notes / Dot Net Developer
Location: Abuja, NIGERIA
Type of Contract: Service Contract
Post Level: SB-3
Languages Required: English
Duration of Initial Contract: Initial period of one year
Organisation: UNDP Nigeria

Description:
Under the guidance and direct supervision of the IT Infrastructure Projects Coordinator (IIPC), the Lotus Notes/Dot Net Developer (LNDND) provides ICT services, implements ICT management systems and strategies, provides daily technical support to users of information management tools and technology infrastructure. The LNDND promotes a client-oriented approach.

The LNDND works in close collaboration with the Front Office, Management Support and Business Development, Programme and Operations teams at BPP and UNODC HQ staff for resolving complex ICT-related issues.

Summary of key functions:
•   Implementation of ICT strategies and introduction/implementation of new technologies
•   Effective development of administrative and substantive applications
•   Support to database administration
•   Provision of web management services
•   Facilitation of knowledge building and knowledge sharing

Education:
Secondary education; first University Degree or Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer Science desirable, but it is not a requirement. IBM lotus Note certification and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) required. If certification is not available at the time of recruitment, it should be obtained within 6 months.

Experience:
10 years of relevant working experience, including hands-on technical experience in programming, lotus notes and website development.  Lotus notes certification and SQL skills is required while good knowledge of web-related development, application and presentation using Joomla, Dream Weaver and .Net technologies is of a great advantage.

here for further information and to Apply for the Job

Deadline: 13-Apr-12.

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