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Engineer monitoring and enterprise intelligence - M/F- 2018DNO04

Your job will be to carry out methodological development of AMI's Enterprise Intelligence (EI) monitoring platform to optimise the dissemination of information gathered and to add an economic dimension to this monitoring. You will assume the role of functional administrator for the AMI EI platform. As such, you will be in charge of operational maintenance and ensuring that the database remains consistent . You will also implement a specific range of monitoring themes on the AMI EI platform. To do this, you will take part in each client's needs analysis, establishing the conditions required for the collection, validation and dissemination of information. As part of your tasks, you will collaborate with members of the monitoring unit as well as the CNES engineers who use the unit. You will also be in charge of interfacing with AMI's technical support department.
Desired profile
With an engineering or equivalent diploma in monitoring and Enterprise Intelligence, you are fully familiar with different information sources and are proficient in the use of tools for gathering and processing information. Previous professional experience and/or practice using the AMI EI platform will rapidly enable you to play a full role in the monitoring project. Technical English is a requirement, and a good knowledge of the space industry would be a plus. You should be meticulous, dynamic and have good analytical and deductive skills. You should also be reactive and have good problem-solving capabilities. An ability to adapt as well as excellent interpersonal skills are essential in order to successfully carry out your tasks.
Structure description

Within the Entreprise Digitale (ED) division of the Digital Technologies and Operations department, the Information Numérique service is entirely responsible for gathering, pooling and developing CNES informational resources. It is also in charge of Monitoring and Knowledge Engineering for all operational divisions of the Toulouse Space Centre.

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