Friday, August 1, 2014
Intern - Information Management Division. EIB, Luxembourg. Open until 17 August 2014
Intern - Information Management Division Job ID: 101404 Entity: European Investment Bank Location: Luxembourg Regular/Temporary: Temporary The EIB, the European Union's bank, is seeking for its Corporate Services Directorate (CS) - Information Management Division - at its headquarters in Luxembourg: INTERN Duration: 5 months; fixed start date: 1st October 2014 Please note that, as marked on our Webpage, only applications from nationals/passport holders of the Member States of the European Union, as well as citizens from countries with which EU accession negotiations have started (Iceland, Montenegro, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey), can be considered. Objective of the traineeship The objective of the traineeship is to provide experience in the practical application of records management theory in the management of electronic document management through the Quality Control of identified record collections in the Knowledge Centre of GED such as records linked to Public Register, Interfaces, or specific areas of bank activities. It is expected from the Trainee that he/she will produce a report to improve processes at the end of the traineeship. Responsibilities Establish the "how should" via the current GED Taxonomy Maps: Location / Document types / Naming convention / Metadata Analyse situation and establish the "as-is": liaise with IT & request via Tickets corresponding GED Live Reports within each activity area Establish the best way to present the results to the Services (Business owners) Contact Business owners of the services, explain and request their correction or proceed with the Quality Control and follow-up corrections on their behalf Follow-up the correction exercise on the Business and IT side until completed Profile of candidate sought Academic qualifications Recent University graduate with qualification in an Information Management related discipline Professional skills and knowledge Excellent knowledge of standard Microsoft desktop tools (particularly Windows, MS Office, Web browsers, Adobe, etc.) Knowledge of Open text Content Server (or Livelink 9.7) will be an advantage Excellent command of written and spoken English, a good knowledge of French would be an advantage Competencies Strong organisational skills with capability to plan, organise, prioritise and to anticipate potential issues Rigorous and able to meet deadlines and identify priorities Sense of responsibility and initiative Result oriented Ability to distinguish problems that can be solved directly from those that need to be reported Good interpersonal skills with an excellent team spirit Ability to work under pressure Flexibility and adaptability Ability to work in a team with a culture of service Deadline for applications: 17st August 2014 More information on our EIB Internship Programme and Provisions for In-service training can be consulted on our EIB website or by this link.