How To Apply:
This opportunity is open only for Nigerian and Senegalese nationals.
About Skyline Communications
Skyline Communications is the global leading supplier of end-to-end multi-vendor network management and OSS solutions for the broadcast, satellite, cable, telco and mobile industry. Our flagship DataMiner® network management platform, which has received various prestigious awards, enables end-to-end integration of the most complex technical ecosystems and has been deployed by leading operators around the world.
As a Software System Developer, you will be joining a squad of talented engineers who work with cutting-edge software technology in an agile environment.
The software they develop interacts with thousands of different systems and is deployed by leading broadcast and telecom companies around the world.
Every day, you will have the opportunity to use pioneering technologies and be involved in implementing advanced solutions with a global impact.
You will literally be building links between users and products, with the objective to orchestrate complex technological ecosystems more easily and intuitively than ever before.
The International Organization for Migration (“IOM”, “we”, “us”), as the lead organization in the MATCH project, is responsible for handling your personal data collected in the framework of the MATCH project. When you submit your application, we collect and process information therein contained (your Personal Data). We require your Personal Data for the sole purpose of processing your application within the framework of the MATCH project (screening of your qualification and competences, assessment of your motivation letter). By submitting your application, you accept that we share your Personal Data with our partners and third parties engaged in the pre-selection of applicants in Nigeria (Aldelia ltd and FMLE), as well as the company hiring under this vacancy. You are entitled to the rights to access, rectify, erase, or object to the processing of your Personal Data which we collect and handle as well as withdraw your consent. All data collected will be deleted after the end of the MATCH project (12 January 2023).
For more information on how we may handle Personal Data in connection with the MATCH project, further information on your rights, questions or concerns on the above, please reach out to the MATCH project at IOM via firstname.lastname@example.org.