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Ngojobs-Internews Network-Humanitarian Data Reporting Analyst–Sudan,Mali and Central African Republic-2020

Ngojobs-Internews Network is recruiting Humanitarian Data Reporting Analyst for Sudan,Mali and Central African Republic

 

 Job Title: Humanitarian Data Reporting Analyst – Sudan

Posted
Closing date
Country
  • Sudan
City
  • Khartoum
Organization
Type
  • Consultancy
Career Category
  • Program/Project Management
Years of experience
  • 0-2 years
Theme
  • Protection and Human Rights

Note: This position is anticipated to start in early September and is a full time, 3 month position. Please submit your application as soon as possible for consideration.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities-Ngojobs-Internews Network

  • Support feedback gathering by Internews staff and partners by evaluating methodology and suggesting improvements where necessary;
  • Collate, clean and analyze data collected by Internews and partner organizations through community engagement activities like call-in radio shows, social media interactions, face-to-face interactions, including those by frontline aid workers, media and other channels as deemed relevant.
  • Produce regular Humanitarian Feedback Bulletins for humanitarian partners to improve their understanding of the concerns and questions among the affected population;
  • Provide input into the editorial process by providing regular updates to the Content Creator and the content production team on recurrent or emerging topics and trends;
  • Support monitoring and evaluation activities to assess impact, reach and quality of the ongoing project;
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisors;
  • Understanding of and demonstrating commitment to upholding Internews’ Core Values.

Qualifications-Ngojobs-Internews Network

  • Strong qualitative data analysis, research and information management experience in fast-changing humanitarian contexts and with variable datasets;
  • Experience and/or understanding of sentiment analysis and/or social media listening tools a plus;
  • Strong understanding of the humanitarian system to ensure data collection (Kobo, ODK) and provision follows the Core Humanitarian Standards and information can be sourced in a timely manner among partners on the ground;
  • Strong writing skills to ensure Humanitarian Bulletins are accurate and incorporate humanitarian principles and editorial guidelines;
  • Experience working in humanitarian and/or health emergencies;
  • Monitoring, evaluation and learning experience a plus;
  • Strong understanding of the local context; and network of local peers active in social media and news channels
  • Data visualization skills and knowledge of relevant software to produce info-graphics is a plus;
  • Fluent in written and spoken Arabic, knowledge of other local languages are an advantage, such as Nubian, Ta Bedawie, and Fur
  • Fluent in English an advantage
  • Strong understanding of, and commitment towards editorial values of the project;
  • Self-motivated and ability to work in a fast-paced environment;
  • Strong understanding of, and commitment towards, editorial values of the project;
  • Must be self-reliant, resourceful, good problem-solver, good humored and flexible.

How to apply

Apply Here

 

Job Title: Humanitarian Data Reporting Analyst – Mali

Theme
  • Protection and Human Rights
  • Country
    • Mali
    City
    • Bamako
    Type
    • Consultancy
    Career Category
    • Program/Project Management
    Years of experience
    • 0-2 years
    Theme
    • Protection and Human Rights

 

Note: This position is anticipated to start in early September and is a full time, 3 month position. Please submit your application as soon as possible for consideration.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities-Ngojobs-Internews Network

  • Support feedback gathering by Internews staff and partners by evaluating methodology and suggesting improvements where necessary;
  • Collate, clean and analyze data collected by Internews and partner organizations through community engagement activities like call-in radio shows, social media interactions, face-to-face interactions, including those by front line aid workers, media and other channels as deemed relevant.
  • Produce regular Humanitarian Feedback Bulletins for humanitarian partners to improve their understanding of the concerns and questions among the affected population;
  • Provide input into the editorial process by providing regular updates to the Content Creator and the content production team on recurrent or emerging topics and trends;
  • Support monitoring and evaluation activities to assess impact, reach and quality of the ongoing project;
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisors;
  • Understanding of and demonstrating commitment to upholding Internews’ Core Values.

Qualifications-Ngojobs-Internews Network

  • Strong qualitative data analysis, research and information management experience in fast-changing humanitarian contexts and with variable datasets;
  • Experience and/or understanding of sentiment analysis and/or social media listening tools a plus;
  • Strong understanding of the humanitarian system to ensure data collection (Kobo, ODK) and provision follows the Core Humanitarian Standards and information can be sourced in a timely manner among partners on the ground;
  • Strong writing skills to ensure Humanitarian Bulletins are accurate and incorporate humanitarian principles and editorial guidelines;
  • Experience working in humanitarian and/or health emergencies;
  • Monitoring, evaluation and learning experience a plus;
  • Strong understanding of the local context; and network of local peers active in social media and news channels
  • Data visualization skills and knowledge of relevant software to produce info-graphics is a plus;
  • Fluent in French, knowledge of other local languages are an advantage, such as Bambara, Peuhl/Foulfoulbe, and/or Dogon
  • Fluent in English an advantage
  • Strong understanding of, and commitment towards editorial values of the project;
  • Self-motivated and ability to work in a fast-paced environment;
  • Strong understanding of, and commitment towards, editorial values of the project;
  • Must be self-reliant, resourceful, good problem-solver, good humored and flexible.

How to apply

Apply Here

 

Job Title: Humanitarian Data Reporting Analyst – CAR

Posted
Closing date
Country
  • Central African Republic
City
  • Bangui
Organization
Type
  • Consultancy
Career Category
  • Program/Project Management
Years of experience
  • 0-2 years
Theme
  • Protection and Human Rights

Note: This position is anticipated to start in early September and is a full time, 3 month position. Please submit your application as soon as possible for consideration.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities-Ngojobs-Internews Network

  • Support feedback gathering by Internews staff and partners by evaluating methodology and suggesting improvements where necessary;
  • Collate, clean and analyze data collected by Internews and partner organizations through community engagement activities like call-in radio shows, social media interactions, face-to-face interactions, including those by frontline aid workers, media and other channels as deemed relevant.
  • Produce regular Humanitarian Feedback Bulletins for humanitarian partners to improve their understanding of the concerns and questions among the affected population;
  • Provide input into the editorial process by providing regular updates to the Content Creator and the content production team on recurrent or emerging topics and trends;
  • Support monitoring and evaluation activities to assess impact, reach and quality of the ongoing project;
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisors;
  • Understanding of and demonstrating commitment to upholding Internews’ Core Values.

Qualifications-Ngojobs-Internews Network

  • Strong qualitative data analysis, research and information management experience in fast-changing humanitarian contexts and with variable datasets;
  • Experience and/or understanding of sentiment analysis and/or social media listening tools a plus;
  • Strong understanding of the humanitarian system to ensure data collection (Kobo, ODK) and provision follows the Core Humanitarian Standards and information can be sourced in a timely manner among partners on the ground;
  • Strong writing skills to ensure Humanitarian Bulletins are accurate and incorporate humanitarian principles and editorial guidelines;
  • Experience working in humanitarian and/or health emergencies;
  • Monitoring, evaluation and learning experience a plus;
  • Strong understanding of the local context; and network of local peers active in social media and news channels
  • Data visualization skills and knowledge of relevant software to produce info-graphics is a plus;
  • Fluent in written and spoken French, knowledge of other local languages are an advantage, such as Sango
  • Fluent in English an advantage
  • Strong understanding of, and commitment towards editorial values of the project;
  • Self-motivated and ability to work in a fast-paced environment;
  • Strong understanding of, and commitment towards, editorial values of the project;
  • Must be self-reliant, resourceful, good problem-solver, good humored and flexible.

How to apply

Apply Here

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