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Titulo del Puesto: Encargado de Tecnología.

Tipo de Organización:  Institución de Educación Superior nueva en Guatemala.

Reporta a:  Rectoria y Consejo Directivo.  Tiene como asesor un Comité de Tecnología.

Responsabilidades: Planear, organizar, establecer y mantener en operación la tecnología de las diferentes áreas de la organización.

Funciones:

  • Es la persona encargada de todo lo relacionado con informática y el aporte de esta tecnología a los planes estratégicos.
  • Ejecutar el plan estratégico informática y los planes de trabajo y presupuestos anuales
  • Supervisar el soporte a los usuarios internos y externos.
  • Llevar a cabo los procesos de adquisición del equipo, software, comunicaciones y contratación de empresas consultoras (ourtsourcing) y colaboradores de su departamento
  • Velar por la ejecución oportuna de las políticas informáticas y de seguridad y estándares relacionados a su departamento.
  • Administrar el sistema completo
  • Supervisar los servicios de mantenimiento de equipo y de software o controlar el cumplimiento de los contratos de mantenimiento suscritos por empresas.
  • Supervisar la  asistencia técnica a los usuarios de las secciones de informática,
  • Supervisar el personal a su cargo.
  • Otras actividades relacionadas.

Relaciones internas: Personal administrativo de la organización, personal académico, personal de su departamento.

Relaciones externas: Proveedores/Auditores externos/ proveedores de outsourcing/contactos internacionales de su rama de la organización

Características del candidato:

  •         Ingenio y Creatividad,
  •         Liderazgo,
  •         Capacidad Técnica
  •         Innovación en aplicación de tecnología
  •         Colaboración
  •         Nivel de Ejecución y Cumplimiento de Metas

 Perfil:

  •         Sexo: Masculino / Femenino
  •         Edad: 25-28 años mínimo
  •         Educación: Licenciatura afín a Tecnologías de la Información o Administración o Industrial
  •         Experiencia administrativa mínima de 3 años en el sector
  •         Postrado en Administración,  Tecnología y/o educación (deseable)
  •         Conocimiento o experiencia del sector educativo superior de Guatemala (deseable)

Conocimientos técnicos:

  •         Administración/ Instalación/ Implementación de tecnologia en general
  •         Experiencia administrativa y de planeación estratégica relacionada con Tecnologías de la Información y de preferencia en el sector educativo

Otros:

  •         Experiencia e involucramiento en el tema / proyecto.
  •         Dominio del Inglés
  •         Presentación periódica de informes de avances
  •         Disposición Inmediata.
  •         Excelentes Referencias.

Habilidades y competencias:

  • Establecer y fomentar las relaciones interpersonales positivas.
  • Capacidad de diálogo y concertación de situaciones conflictivas.
  • Disposición para integrar equipos de trabajo y trabajar en equipo.
  • Planear, organizar y dirigir.
  • Supervisión y coordinación de proyectos.
  • Capaz de atender tareas múltiples.
  • Comunicarse de manera clara y efectiva de forma oral y escrita

Jornada laboral: 

  • Tiempo completo (al inicio sera parcial pues participara en el proceso de definición y selección de las soluciones tecnológicas de la organización.)
  • Disponibilidad para viajar.

Salario:  Según experiencia

 

Interesados, favor enviar su CV a ergocom.net@gmail.com

If you know anyone that is interested:

http://global.blackberry.com/campaigns/scholarship/scholars-2013.html

It is a worldwide call but if you have questions for Guatemala, please contact incubadora@tec.com.gt

Ojala nos puedan acompañar:

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Thank you to all our participants and the people that contributed via e-mail and Web.  This was a very important event for us and here are our conclusions for the meeting:

How can innovation stimulate your local economy?

In Guatemala for the agricultural sector, we are very interested in stimulating innovation but specially in promoting the interest of our innovators to work in areas such as the traditional ancestral areas. Mayans used very interesting methods for watering, elevated harvests and even water purification systems that were very effective and that do not contaminate.and can significantly increase the nutrition and food capacity in the country.

We are also very interested in continue to promote our local young talent in innovative projects in our national entrepreneurship agenda.

We think that by stimulating innovation in these two areas we can really have a positive income in our economy.

How can technology make your government more open?

By facilitating access to technology, specially in rural areas in Guatemala, we have organized civil society groups and communities that can access government services mores easily helping the transparency and the collaboration and participation agendas of our open government agenda.

Guatemala has very good telecommunication networks, cell phones and connectivity reach the most remote regions.  This combined with the fact that over 60% of our population are young people, can really be key for the use of open data  that will contribute in the short term for the incidence in public policy specially related to health, education and infrastructure.

How can online communities help build healthier societies?

We find that online communities are key in order to build healthier societies.
We believe that many security, health and education problems in Guatemala are linked to the low level of access to information.
Also online communities have been used effectively in the past for training, sensibilization (SMS health campaigns, telemedicine and others).
Finally we believe that these online communities with the use of a national survey system using technology can provide our government with statistics and indicators to focus public policy on important issues. Problems related to nutrition, education, water, and security could then be easily mapped for better incidence.
Finally, we believe that online communities of young people in Guatemala are key for the open government and open society agenda and we encourage all efforts that will give them a voice using technology.
Participants:
Cocodes – https://www.facebook.com/groups/cocodes/ (representatives of 8000 civil society organizations and communities in Guatemala)
Campus Tec – http://tec.com.gt/ (representatives of 100 companies and 300 e-projects in Guatemala for different sectors / @mzaghi – Maria Zaghi)
Congreso Transparente – http://congresotransparente.org/(an organization powered by young Guatemalan talents that are leaders in the open government/data agenda, specially in the legislative branch).
A group of representatives  of  our young Guatemalan e-talent agenda:
Michelle Gonzalez Godoy – @michicosas
Nicolle Jacobs – @nicollejc
Juan Carlos Queme – @floyd_juanca

Reference G-Everyone meeting: http://mashable.com/2013/05/17/g-everyone/

Our Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/Guatemala-NetSquared-Meetup/events/120136722/

 

La Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA) y el Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología de México (CONACYT), con el apoyo de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores de México y bajo el  Programa de Alianzas para la Educación y la Capacitación (PAEC), se complacen en anunciar la  Convocatoria de Becas CONACYT-OEA 2013

Se ofrecerán becas para Programas de posgrado presenciales en México en las áreas de ingeniería y ciencias a los ciudadanos de los Estados Miembros de la OEA, con la excepción de México
.
BENEFICIOS DE LA BECA:
POR PARTE DEL CONACYT POR PARTE DE LA OEA
 Manutención mensual y servicio médico
durante los estudios en México.
 Posibilidad de realizar una estancia de estudio
en programas impartidos fuera de México,
recibiendo un monto complementario de
manutención, seguro médico y gastos de
transporte.
 Aporte único para gastos de instalación con valor
de $1.200 USD.
 Posibilidad de obtener descuentos parciales o
totales en los costos de matrícula en universidades
asociadas a la OEA con los programas participantes
de la Convocatoria.

PODRÁN PARTICIPAR:
Los ciudadanos de los Estados Miembros de la OEA, con excepción de México, que cuenten con un promedio ponderado de estudios de mínimo 8.00 en una escala de 1-10 y que además estén inscritos, o demuestren haber sido aceptados, por alguna institución mexicana en un programa de posgrado presencial convencional registrado en el Programa Nacional de Posgrados de Calidad
(PNPC).

Mas info:

http://www.conacyt.gob.mx/FormacionCapitalHumano/Becas/Nacionales/Convocatorias_2013/Convocatoria_Becas_CONACYT-OEA-2013.pdf

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If you are interested in participating representing Guatemala, please let us know incubadora@tec.com.gt

http://world2013.itu.int/event/innovation/

More info:

The Young Innovators Competition seeks to foster innovative ideas amongst the next generation of social entrepreneurs working to change the world through technology. It is open to any young person between the ages of 18 and 26 with an original solution to one of our six Global Challenges.

Benefits

The ten finalists selected by a committee of experts will win:

  • Up to USD 10,000 in seed money to implement and bring to scale winning start-ups; up to 5,000 USD for winning concepts
  • An invitation to attend ITU Telecom World 2013 in Bangkok
  • Mentoring from high-level industry representatives both in Bangkok and for the following year
  • Hands-on workshop training in entrepreneurial skills
  • Opportunities to meet and network with leading ICT players
  • Showcasing platform at our dedicated pavilion on the showfloor

Deadline for applications: June 30th, 2013 at 24:00 GMT+2

For more information like our  Facebook page or contact us at young.innovators@itu.int.

How to apply

It’s easy to apply. Just fill in the application form and send it toyoung.innovators@itu.int with “2013 Young Innovators Competition” in the subject line. Remember, your submission must address one of our six Global Challenges:

  • Improve employment opportunities for young people and migrant workers

    High rates of youth unemployment are becoming a social emergency. Many young people seek better opportunities abroad, but migrant works are often vulnerable to fraud, inadequate social protection, difficulties in transferring funds or finding work upon their return. How can ICTs be used to improve youth employment prospects and empower and protect young migrant workers?

    This challenge is organized in collaboration with the International Labour Organization and International Organization for Migration.

  • Reduce food and water wastage at individual and retail level

    Almost a third of all food produced in the world is lost or wasted in current systems of food production and consumption. This is often due to retailers or individuals discarding food that is fit for consumption, despite expiration date management or improved production processes. How can we use ICTs to reduce the amount of food wasted?

    This challenge is organized in partnership with FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and YPARD – Young Professionals’ Platform for Agricultural Research for Development.

  • Facilitate access to public services for the elderly

    Senior people utilize online services less frequently than other groups of population. Addressing elderly people’s concerns about using these services, as well as improving the efficiency and decreasing cost of provision of these would allow greater political participation and enhance governments’ transparency and accountability. How can connected technology enhance the access to and the delivery of public services for the elderly?

    This challenge is organized in collaboration with G3ict – the Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communication Technologies.

  • Improve natural disaster prediction and response

    Predicting natural disasters before they strike is vital to ensure correct preparations and an adequate response. First responders, those arriving first at the scene of disaster, often rely on outdated and inefficient radio equipment to communicate. How can we use connected technologies to improve current prediction systems and create user-friendly communication systems for first responders?

  • Improve road safety for both drivers and pedestrians

    Around 1.3 million people die each year on the world’s roads and millions sustain non-fatal injuries, particularly young people. Technology has focused on innovation within the automotive sector – it now needs to drive the road safety debate. How can we use technology to make the roads safer for both drivers and pedestrians?

  • Protect sensitive personal data and inspire the creation of local digital content

    We have created vast amounts of digital content, including cultural, educational, scientific and administrative resources, as well as technical, legal, and medical information. It is all vulnerable to loss or misuse, and must be preserved and protected. Creating digital content drives the economy, but digital devices unequipped for local content (especially in non-Latin scripts) are holding back local development and infrastructure. How can we use technology to safeguard existing personal data and other forms of digital content without compromising on its availability? How can ICTs inspire the creation of local digital content and bridge the content divide between cultures?

    This challenge is organized in collaboration with ITU-IMPACT.


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