Data Analyst Associate Officer

Information and Communication Technology Services (ICTS) - International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITC-ILO)
Italy, Turin
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12 months, with possibility of extension of one additional year
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The filling of this call for expressions of interest is made by direct selection by the Director, in accordance with Art. 1.2 b) of the Staff Regulation.

This is an assignment of a purely temporary nature and it is not expected to lead to a career at the ITCILO.

Contract duration is 12 months, with possibility of extension of one additional year.


The International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITC-ILO) is the training arm of the ILO, the Specialized Agency of the United Nations, which promotes social justice and human rights in the world of work. The ITC-ILO delivers training, learning and capacity development services to governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations, and other national and international partners, in support of decent work and sustainable development. Its mission is to provide people with access to digitally-enhanced capacity development services to successfully manage their future of work transitions. The Centre leverages global alliances and partnerships to deliver hundreds of training activities each year, covering topics like employment promotion, international labour standards, social protection, social dialogue, innovation, gender equality and diversity, sustainable development, and the future of work. The training centre offer academies, on-line, face-to-face and blended courses.

The position is located in the Information and Communication Technology Services (ICTS).

The Information and Communication Technology  Services (ICTS) is responsible for managing all ICT operations of the on-premises and cloud-based platforms, digital services, and business applications, from the end-user support (service desk) up to information, hardware, software, and network services.

This includes applications/platforms system analysis, design, development, and maintenance, and ensuring that all systems are accessible, a key aspect to provide inclusive digital services.

ICTS acknowledges the role of digital technology in supporting the Centre and its constituents, working together with others to facilitate organization-wide innovation and change (strategic and digital transformation of the organization), translating into a shift in focus from operational to tactical collaboration in programmatic activities, strategic services, and initiatives.