Presentation on theme: "Towards European e-Job profiles CEN ICT Skills Workshop project June 2010 – May 2012 overview of project aims and deliverables planned."— Presentation transcript:
Towards European e-Job profiles CEN ICT Skills Workshop project June 2010 – May 2012 overview of project aims and deliverables planned
www.ecompetences.eu 2 Towards EU e-Job Profiles – project objectives The prime objective of the project is to continue the convergence of the European ICT-skills landscape by developing and providing a set of ICT role profile descriptions based on the e- CF. The final set of ca. 20 European e-Job role profiles will provide a foundation for Building individual position descriptions (one position may correspond to all or be part of one or many jobs – depending on the size and the organization of the enterprise); Building career paths, that means a list of jobs which are recommended to pursue sequentially for self-development.
www.ecompetences.eu 3 Target groups of the forthcoming EU e-Job profiles ICT managers, providing organisational patterns of accountabilities, activities, competences and controls between actors (ICT or not); ICT practitioners and managers, providing foundations to define individual position descriptions, to define individual annual training plan and to give orientations in term of perspective of development; HR managers, enabling the anticipation and planning of competence requirements; Education and Training managers, enabling effective planning and design of ICT curricula; Students, providing them with information for their professional orientation; Market researchers and policy makers, providing a clear and Europe-wide agreed reference for evaluating and anticipating ICT skills and competence needs in a long- term perspective. Procurement managers, providing definitions and common language to implement effective technical terms of reference and to support evaluation processes in national and international bids.
www.ecompetences.eu 4 e-Job profiles development rules ICT role profiles will be based on two fundamental concepts –The e-CF: to each role a list of e-competences will be assigned; –Results/deliverables : –one role is defined by a list of results/ deliverables, either in terms of accountability or contribution; –one result/ deliverable »has only one job accountable and may have many contributors; »may be intermediate or final, but has to be always identifiable and appreciable. ICT role profiles will be structured by families (tbd later)
www.ecompetences.eu 5 Project complementary translation work e-CF 2.0 in French and Italian (2010) e-CF 2.0 update in German (2010) # 20 e-Job profiles in French, Italian and German (2011/12)
www.ecompetences.eu 6 Deliverables planned – Draft Interim report in March 2011 The interim report will contain: 2 translations of the e-Competences Framework 2.0 and relevant parts of the user guidelines (French, Italian) together with German update from e-CF 1.0 to 2.0 A matrix giving for each identified role profile, –a list of identified results/deliverables; –each role profile is described by a short definition; –each result/ deliverable is described to be understood by non expert people.
www.ecompetences.eu 7 Deliverables planned – CWA for public commenting in March 2012 The CWA is expected to contain: A matrix giving for each identified role profile a list of e-competences A description of each role profile, including –A title and a short generic definition –A mission statement –Expected deliverables –A list of required competences, as defined in the e-CF, including levels (?) –A list of requirements to perform the role – e.g. frameworks, policies, documentation, people, departments… (role performance environment) –Interfaces with other jobs (ICT or not) 3 translations of each set of job profiles (French, German, Italian)
www.ecompetences.eu 8 Further information and contact www.ecompetences.eu www.cen.eu Jutta Breyer, e-Job profiles project leader, email@example.com@breyer-publico.eu