Information and Communication Technology Officer
The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Officer oversees and supports the ICT aspects on a day-to-day basis by managing the IT and communication equipment to ensure it is used effectively, as well as providing advice, guidance and training on ICT issues to the rest of the Organization.
Key Activity Areas
Provide ICT hardware and software support by:
Establishing and managing networks, where applicable.
Repairing computers and laptops as required.
Maintaining printers and other peripherals in good working order.
Troubleshooting problems finding quick and cost-effective solutions.
Oversee the maintenance and use of communication equipment in all Departments,
Monitor developments and usage of communication equipment,
Website development and Managing/Updating the PRCS Official website
Deploy, configure, and maintain ICT systems and databases, including networks, servers, and telecommunications. Troubleshoot and address issues to ensure optimal performance.
Configure and maintain applications and user devices. Provide timely and quality service delivery, technical support, and advice to user requests to ensure proper user access to and information.
Maintain inventory of ICT equipment, hardware, and software and ensure adequate supply and functionality, in collaboration with relevant staff.
Ensure the security and integrity of all the programme information systems and data.
Enforce and develop, if appropriate, relevant guidelines and policies e.g. online security, passwords, back-up procedures, anti-virus solutions, etc.
Provide appropriate ICT and communication equipment training for all staff, through one-to-one coaching and taught sessions. This may include basic introduction to Windows and Office applications, e-mail and internet use, intermediate use of Office applications, backups, software installation and simple repairs.
University Degree in Information Science, Computer Science, Management Information Systems (MIS), and other IT related sciences.
Strong knowledge of wireless and wired LAN Technologies and protocols, network security and VOIP.
Strong working knowledge of English (spoken and written).
Experience / Competencies
Minimum of 4 years relevant post-qualification professional experience in an IT position.
Advanced knowledge of Windows operating systems (e.g. Windows 7, etc.) and Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, Excel and Outlook.
Hardware knowledge including PCs, laptops, network routers, printers, etc.
Knowledge of networking and servers.
Able to define systems and approaches that are sustainable and relevant to the local context.
Able to develop and maintain effective relationships with work colleagues, service providers and other stakeholders.
Knowledge of webmaster
MODE OF APPLICATION
All applicants are required to get endorsement from their respective Pastors/ Parishes
Enclosed detailed CV and academic certificates;
All applicants must indicate two referees with their addresses;
Qualified and suitable Candidates are strongly advised to apply;
Deadline for application is 10th December 2019
All applications should be addressed to the:
ELCT-EASTERN AND COASTAL DIOCESE,
LUTHER HOUSE BUILDING,
P.O. BOX 837,
DAR ES SALAAM.
Email: [email protected]
PHYSICAL ADRESS: Luther House Sokoine Drive.
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