Nuclear Security Information Officer – IAEA – Vienna
Functions / Key Results Expected
- Process and analyze data in the Incident and Trafficking Data Base (ITDB) especially to identify trends and patterns that may assist the IAEA’s and Member States’ activities for enhancing nuclear security.
- Prepare and disseminate information for the production of analytical products including annual ITDB fact sheets, quarterly bulletins, ad hoc analytical reports as well as for other IAEA products including the IAEA Annual Report, Nuclear Security Report and Country Briefs.
- Prepare lectures, briefings and delivers training courses concerning the operation of the ITDB and analysis of ITDB information.
- Develop procedures and oversee operations for the maintenance of, and Member State access to, the ITDB restricted area in the on-line Nuclear Security portal.
- Liaise regularly with national Points of Contact (POC) to the ITDB with a view to maintaining the quality of reports relating to ITDB incidents.
- Ensures the administration of the ITDB, including maintenance of documents, lists and procedures.
- Perform the role of scientific secretary in order to organize, facilitate and chair ITDB-related meetings, including consultancies and the plenary review meeting of the national Points of Contact to the ITDB.
Data information Analysis and Reporting Expertise in the preparation of lucid analytical reports in English for technical and non-technical audiences of various levels of seniority.
Information Analysis Expertise in the retrieval, preparation and analysis of information from structured databases and unstructured sources of information.
MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) Expertise in the processing, analysis and reporting of information in free-text, graphical and numerical form.
Management of ITDB Expertise in maintaining a database of information relating to nuclear and other radioactive materials, ideally for nuclear-security related purposes
Training Facilitation Expertise in the organization of training courses including the design, preparation and delivery of materials.
Qualifications, Experience and Language skills
- Bachelor’s Degree – University degree in nuclear science, technology, information processing and analysis, or other related fields.
- Five years of proven experience in the collection, processing, storage and analysis of information that is in numerical and free-text forms, including its presentation to technical and non-technical audiences of various levels of seniority.
- Activities that indicate knowledge of radiation physics, radiation units and radioactive materials, radiation detection technologies would be an advantage.
- Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset.
Closing date for applications 21 March 2020 before midnight.
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