ICT Business Analyst
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GENERAL OBJECTIVES The   ICT business analyst is accountable for leading the processes and coordination efforts with public and private stakeholders regarding adoption of new systems and technologies. The ICT analyst w ill provide technical leadership to beneficiaries and integrate technical expertise and business u nderstanding to develop technical solutions that address beneficiaries’ needs and meet project goals and targets. This is a full-time ( 40 hours per week) position based at the ATraCSI office in Guatemala City and reports to the Guatemala deputy chief of party ( DCoP ) . RESPONSIBILITIES A ssesses and support the needs of trade-related ICT systems (hardware and software) and relevant staff capacity of government and private sector institutions with which the project works ; Identifies the requirements of the ICT system(s) for each organization involved, provides technical assistance and training to enhance the ability of beneficiaries to implement s uch system(s) from human resource capacity to hardware and software management and security; Designs and d evelops terms of reference to procure services needed to improve and/or build ICT capacity to meet ATraCSI’s objectives ;   Manages services procured to deliver ICT solution systems, services and training to ensure quality expectations are met in accordance with the terms of delivery and client and stakeholder satisfaction; Design s training programs and other training efforts related to ICT systems; for the different Guatemalan government institutions with which the project works;  Collaborates with Guatemalan foreign - trade related institutions to design and develop appropriate processes and ICT mechanisms for greater efficiencies , connectivity , and systematic improvements;  Analyzes business processes that are still done on paper and not electronically in order to identify the regulatory changes necessary to automate these processes;  Supports initiatives of beneficiary organizations , such as : digitization of records, data entry efforts, electronic signature, interfaces between systems, internal connectivity within and between ag encies and other areas as needed ;  Perform s initial mapping and oversee comprehensive business process mapping for foreign-trade related organizations;   Works in conjunction with the Organizational Capacity Building Specialist to identify areas of synergy and joint improvement strategies;  Drafts scopes of work and coordinate s international and domestic consultants to produce required program outputs; Generate s report inputs and full technical reports in subject area, including inputs to the ATraCSI´s semi-annual reports, and yearly work plans; and Complete s other tasks assigned by the DCoP .
B.A. in Computer Engineering ; ICT Systems Engineering, Computer Systems Analysis, Computer Science or related;   Experience in digitization of preferred systems and processes in the public sector;  Experience is preferred with computer systems related to foreign trade, sanitary and phytosanitary systems, customs systems and/or electronic systems related to trade in agricultural products;  Experience of at least five years working with agencies of the Guatemalan government ;  Experience working with guilds and private associations especially in the agricultural sector is preferred;   Experience working on projects with funds from USDA, USAID, IDB, World Bank or other multilateral agencies is preferred;  Ability to prioritize across multiple competing applications;  Self-starter, detail-oriented, thorough, and well organized;  Well-developed interpersonal and intercultural communication skills for teamwork;  Excellent communication skills and written and oral presentation;  Experience with multisectoral working groups;  Spanish fluent spoken and proficien t written. Proficient English as a work tool (reading and writing documents).  Applicants must have Guatemalan citizenship or an authorization to legally work in Guatemala.  
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