Organ: The Radiocommunication Bureau (BR) is responsible for the application of the Radio Regulations and for technical and administrative support of ITU World and Regional Radiocommunication Conferences, Radiocommunication Assemblies and Study Groups. The Bureau also carries out the international regulatory processes for registration of frequency assignments and satellite orbits and assists administrations in their Coordination and implementation of frequency spectrum and orbit requirements as well as in resolving cases of harmful interference. It provides the specialised technical secretariat for the work of the Radiocommunication Study Groups and the Radiocommunication Assembly in the development of recommendations for spectrum utilisation and radio system characteristics. The BR is organised into four Departments: Space Services Department, Terrestrial Services Department, Informatics, Administration and Publications Department and the Study Groups Department. Organization Unit: The Informatics, Administration and Publications Department (IAP) comprises of three Divisions: Space Applications Software (SAS), Terrestrial Applications Software (TAS) and Administration (ADM). The Department is responsible for the development and maintenance of software and related tools used by the BR as well as software adapted for national frequency management units, providing the necessary user support for the areas concerned. It carries out studies related to policies for the technologies to be used for the information and computational systems within the BR and with administrations in the fields of management of the radio frequency spectrum and the various satellite orbits. The Department is responsible for BR text editing and publications, as well as promotion and membership. The Department is also responsible for Human Resources management for the BR, including the preparation of the operational plans, as well as provides organisational support for conferences and meetings. Duties / ResponsibilitiesUnder the supervision of the Head, Space Applications Software Division (SAS), the incumbent performs the following duties:Apply Now
- Develops and maintains web applications and/or desktop Software Applications to support the processing of Space Services notifications.
- Participates in all the steps of the Software Development cycle, in close collaboration with other SAS team members.
- Analyses user requirements and provides proposals.
- Designs, implements, tests and deploys software applications.
- Troubleshoots and prepares documentation for software applications.
- Provides technical guidance to staff members on relevant software.
- Participates in meetings.
- Performs other duties as required.
- Core Competencies: Applying Expertise; Effective Communication; Learning and Knowledge Sharing; Organizational Commitment; Results-Focused, and; Teamwork and Collaboration.
- Essential Functional Competencies: Analysis, Judgement and Decision Making; Innovation and Facilitating Change, and; Planning and Organizing.
- Essential Technical Competencies: Good knowledge of object-oriented software development and/or web application development. Ability to use ASP.NET MVC or migrating legacy applications to modern technologies.