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Note: This map shows information reported to MIMU by the organizations concerned. Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU) & MYANMAR. Myanmar Myo AUNG at Yangon University. MuYANMAR INFORMATION MANAGEMENT UNIT (MIMU), YANGON, Myanmar UNDP Yangon. Yangon, Myanmar Education for All National Action Plan.

Job offers - 77913- GIS Analyst Consulting (International)

Myanmar Information Managment Unity / MIMU was founded in 2007 and is a department for humanitary and developing agency under the leadership of the UN Resident and Humanitarian Co-ordinator. MIMU is mainly financed by 2-3 bi-lateral contributors. MIMU' s mission is to protect the joint database and information pool for developing and human rights players in the Myanmar region by collecting and collating information from various resources on all industries nationwide and in the bottom level of the administration for which it is available, and to make this information available to a broader group of people.

MIMU has a pivotal part to play in the promotion of reporting, georeferencing and information governance between UN organizations and NGOs, which includes the establishment of storage policies, cooperation with working groups of technology experts to pool available information from different resources and promote the use of the relevant standard setting by these groups, and support for broader process of process improvement.

This GIS analyst will assist the MIMU GIS staff in developing and maintaining tools for the human and volunteer communities that will eventually help coordinate, make decisions and better understand the geographical spread of relief in Myanmar. SwissPost will develop the capacities of the MIMU GIS-teams.

GIS Analyst reports directly to Information Management (IM) analysts. He will work in close cooperation with the MIMU GIS teams, the MIMU GIS teams and the various MIMU GIS-related related actions during this time, which include ongoing and scheduled activity with authorities, public authorities and engineering counterparts, providing engineering assistance, consulting and capacity-generation.

MIMO G # RECORDS: Maintaining and maintaining a high-value geographical information base on Myanmar that will be sharing with Myanmar and the MIMU web-port. Leading the decision to update/maintain MIMU space records, Geonode and other web-based geo-enabled product and platform using space information; MIMU Integrating of Daata Standards: Implementing standard integrations in MIMU frameworks; making MIMU frameworks as effective and user-friendly as possible; MIMU INFORMATION PRODUCT AND SYSTEMS:

Conduct geospatial analyses to help coordinate and respond systematically to issues of humanity and developement policy; provide basic geographic mapping and mapping (hard and softcopy); help develop information tools to help develop scenarios, plan for emergencies and identify emerging threats and human rights issues; create tailored theme mapping;

Providing other GIS and supporting features, which include the correct use of portable equipment for sites and other fields of application; introducing new analytical methodologies and automated process; revising the design of the Style Guide in cooperation with the Communications Department; working with the MIMU Data, Web/ICT, Communication and GIS teams; providing trainings and CAPACITY BUILDING:

Manage MIMU capability build-up measures for employees of GIS units; monitor capability build-up and new module developments as needed; update partner learning guides on the basis of updated release versions of our products; design a compliance schedule; implement actions that can be implemented during this time. emergencies: where necessary, to provide information managment services in connection with technological co-operation schemes and to provide disasters mitigation and prevention aid.

ENGINEERING, Guidance and Standards: providing engineering consultancy and assistance in the use of geodata for partner countries, such as governments, human rights organisations/development organisations, clusters/sectors, academia, research, special research activities, etc.; contributing to the drafting and enforcement of directives, regulations and norms for cartographical and geographical information; ENGINEERING PARTNERSHIPS:

MIMU' s work with the Myanmar authorities and partnerships with OneMap Myanmar, ADPC/Servir Mekong, ADB and others; assistance with the application and verification of information standard; assistance with the drafting of guidelines and the creation of standard, but not with these; MIMU PROJECTS: Supports the incorporation of GIS and Geo-standard geodata into the new GIS system MIMU; supports the documenting of various aspects of MIMU GIS -related activity to allow a broader diffusion of the approach used; REPRESENTATION: represents MIMU at information managed GIS-specific contents meet.

MIMU GIS Analyst is supported by MIMU IM Analyst and provides at the same time GIS inputs for other MIMU entities. If the MIMU IM Analyst and/or GIS Manager is not available, the GIS Analyst would inform the MIMU Manager. from aUniversityegreeandppopriateexperince. Mixed score methods - the skills and methodologies are weighed at most 70% and linked to the quote, which is weighed at most 30%; candidates with the most appropriate level of expertise for the role on the basis of an assessment of 20% for skills, 60% on the basis of similar type of positions, 20% on the basis of expertise in databases and information management.

Suggestions receiving 70% of the tecnical assessment are taken into account in the final assessment. A good understanding of managing physical resources, in particular lakes and water catchment areas, the concepts of regional and rural areas' own security and long-term economic and social cohesion; the capacity to rapidly identify and pool contributions from a variety of fields related to long-term financing mechanisms for the protection of the environment; the capacity to engage in the sector/theme concerned and to give technological guidance;

4 years of professional expertise, proven GIS and information management or similar area. Proven expertise in the fields of geographical information system engineering, telesensing, processing as well as analytics (ArcGIS, QGIS, Erdas Imagine, Envi). Experiences in the use of GIS and GPS in the fields of human aid or in a developing contexts (complex emergency and/or disaster ) are welcome.

Pertinent prior experiences with the UN or INGO in the areas of human rights, aid policy and capacities building are welcome. Aptitude to work in a multifaceted collaborative context.

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