Operations & Training Coordinator
An exciting citing opportunity for an analytical and proactive individual to promote human rights, gender equality, and drive social impact globally by conducting in-depth research, analyzing data, developing high-quality content, and assisting with various assignments-related tasks.
We are currently implementing several assignments for different clients globally and are seeking external contractors to support us in performing a range of evaluations, research, and other projects, particularly in the fields of migration, education, disability and inclusion, and child protection in various countries. This cooperation will be on an as-needed basis, with conditions (fees, timeline, scope of work, etc.) agreed upon for each separate assignment. This includes working with ARSIC to pursue new consultancy assignments.
Currently, we are, as a priority, looking for experts with the following profiles:
Migration and displacement Expert
Child Rights and Protection Expert
Disability and Inclusion Expert
However, if you have expertise matching our company profile, do not hesitate to reach out with your CV.
Location: Remote positions worldwide. We particularly encourage experts from ARSIC priority countries and continents in Southeast Asia, Eastern and Southern Africa, Central Asia, and Eastern Europe to apply.
Contract type: External contractors with separate contracts drafted for each specific assignment.
Start date: Depending on the assignment
Application deadline: 10.10.2024 (applications will reviewed on an ongoing basis)
About the Role.
Tasks will vary significantly and depend on individual experience levels, including:
Conducting in-depth desk reviews on relevant topics
Carrying out legal and policy analysis
Supporting the design of research questions and data collection tools
Assisting in evaluations, including data collection using appropriate guidelines and tools
Performing administrative tasks, including data entry
Other tasks as agreed for specific assignments
Work hours, assignment scope, and daily fee and payment modalities will be agreed for each assignment specifically.
Master’s degree in international development, human rights, political sciences, sociology, and/or other relevant fields
Relevant research, evaluation, training, and other work experience at national and international levels related to thematic expertise; excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities
Expertise in one or more of ARSIC's focus areas listed above
Flexibility and ability to work across time zones (if required by the contract) and meet milestones and deadlines
Excellent communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills.
Please send your CV and a brief cover letter explaining your motivation and highlighting your previous relevant work experience to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 10.10.2023. Please, include also the following information:
Daily or monthly fee
Indication of interest for longer-term cooperation, including possible full-time employment
Early applications are strongly encouraged.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further interviews, which will be conducted on a rolling basis.
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