Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Traineeship for EcoSec Data Compilation/Analysis/Reporting in Geneva

Deadline: 10 July 2016
Open to: candidates with university degree in information/data management, social sciences, international relations or equivalent
Remuneration: paid traineeship
The ICRC’s Economic Security (EcoSec) Unit, which is part of the Assistance Division, seeks to establish if people affected by different kinds of crisis and conflict can cover their essential needs in a sustainable manner. If they cannot do so, EcoSec steps in to help protect lives and restore livelihoods.
The chosen candidate will collaborate with the EcoSec Unit staff by directly testing different programme management tools along with compiling and summarizing documentation for data analysis and management as well as the development of best practices and new programming. She/he complements their regular work with additional perspectives and results.
Main Tasks
EcoSec Resource Centre;
Compilation and summary of documentation for pilot programmes and evaluations;
Monitoring of Training Procedure and Statistics;
Project Management Tool User Testing and Data Management;
New technologies.
University degree in information/data management, social sciences, international relations or equivalent;
Proven experience with data processing and with the advanced use of Excel and at least one advanced statistical software (eg. SPSS; Stata);
Good analytical and synthesis skills;
Skills in web content management or data base management would be an asset;
Experience with Tableau software is an asset;
Some practical field experience is an asset;
Fluent in English and French.
This is a paid traineeship for a period of 1 year, starting from September 2016. The position is based in Geneva.
How to apply?
Consideration will only be given to candidates who submit by e-mail who submit the following documents in English:
A letter of motivation;
A curriculum vitae.
Deadline for the receipt of applications is July 10, 2016.
For more information please visit the official website.

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