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04/01/09
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  Consultant / Analyst-Programmer (MAPS-1)
WIPO
Geneva

Consultant / Analyst-Programmer (MAPS-1)
WIPO is seeking two qualified Analyst-Programmers to work as Consultants as part of its MAPS Modernization Project within the International Registrations Department. Under the supervision of the Project Manager, the Consultant has the following principal duties:

Participates as a member of a team responsible for the maintenance and development of computer systems fulfilling the requirements of the International Trademark Registry and the International Industrial Designs Registry; undertakes systems analysis and design, including their documentation, of computer systems according to established standards; writes, enhances, maintains, tests computer software and keeps related documentation up to date; provides liaison, where appropriate, between technical staff and users, in the development, integration, installation and testing of system components; provides users with training and support and develops user documentation; keeps up to date with technologies related to computer systems;
performs other related duties as required.

Contract duration: six months, possibility of renewal.
Qualifications: Bachelors Degree (Computer Science)
Experience: 3 years +
Languages: French : Speak Well
English : Speak Fluently
Job-Type: consultant
Remuneration: 500 - 1000 (Daily rate) CHF
Permit Type: International
Region: Geneva
University degree or equivalent training or experience in computer science or a related discipline.
Good knowledge of systems analysis, using accepted structured methodology.
Good knowledge of the principles of ADABAS and excellent practical knowledge of NATURAL.
Experience in Java and knowledge of web development would be an advantage.
Excellent knowledge of either English or French. A good working knowledge of the other language would be an advantage.

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It is dedicated to developing a balanced and accessible international intellectual property (IP) system, which rewards creativity, stimulates innovation and contributes to economic development while safeguarding the public interest.

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