The Department of Nuclear Safety and Security (NS) formulates and implements the IAEA's nuclear safety and security programme, which encompasses the Agency's activities to protect people and the environment from radiation exposure, and responds to the safety and security related needs of its Member States.
The Division of Radiation, Transport and Waste Safety (NSRW) develops and maintains standards for radiation protection, radioactive waste safety, and safety in the transport of radioactive material that enable the beneficial uses of radiation to be used while ensuring appropriate protection of workers, the public and patients. It also assists Member States in the implementation of these standards and provides related services.
The Regulatory Infrastructure and Transport Safety Section (RIT) is responsible for providing Member States with safety standards, guidance and tools to foster regulatory infrastructures for the control of radiation sources, for the safe transport of radioactive material and for managing information to identify the needs of Member States with a view to improving radiation, transport and waste safety.
The Technical Assistance and Information Management Unit is responsible for the overall coordination and management of the Division's activities related to the application of the IAEA's safety standards in Member States. These activities include the provision of assistance through technical cooperation projects, promoting education and training, providing services and appraisals, fostering information exchange, and supporting research and development. The Unit is also involved in implementation in some of the aforementioned areas. In addition, the Unit is responsible for maintaining an overview of the overall radiation safety situation in Member States receiving IAEA assistance. This aids the IAEA in general, and the Division in particular, in identifying the real needs and priorities of Member States receiving IAEA assistance and in assessing the outcome of IAEA activities for these countries. The Unit is also responsible for managing the Division's information systems.
The consultant will provide technical expertise and advice to assist the Regulatory Infrastructure and Transport Safety Section in the Division of Radiation, Transport and Waste Safety in the development of the remaining and new software module for RASIMS 2.0.
Functions / Key Results Expected
- Provide technical expertise in the implementation of the Country Profile Versioning and Comparison module in RASIMS 2.
- Implement search per criteria functionality and pair it with question tagging by IAEA Standards module.
- Provide advice in the implementation of additional functionalities in the Queries and Analytics module and additional charts and to improve some of the existing chart functionalities.
- Develop the Country reporting module in RASIMS 2 (report containing all TSAs and related data for a country).
- Develop print functionality of the Countries Facilitates and Activities and include it in the main report.
Qualifications and Experience
- University degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related field.
- Full stack software developer with excellent knowledge of Angular (TypeScript) and .NET Core with C#.
- Excellent portfolio with a minimum five years experience in Software Engineering and Web application development.
- More than four years of experience in server-side development with .NET Core and client side with Angular.
- Good oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset.
The remuneration for this consultancy is a daily fee of up to a maximum of € 250, based on qualifications and experience. In case duty travel is required within the assignment, a daily subsistence allowance (DSA) and travel costs are provided. Health coverage and pension fund are the responsibility of the incumbent.