An exciting 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.
Are you passionate about research that drives social impact? Join us as a Research Assistant and make a difference! We are seeking an enthusiastic individual with excellent analytical skills and a proactive attitude to support high-level consultancy assignments focused on human rights, gender equality, and social impact for UN (United Nations) agencies and international NGOs (Non-governmental Organisations).
Job Location: Global and remote position anywhere in the world.
Candidates from Kenya and Indonesia - ARSIC registered offices – are strongly encouraged to apply.
Employment type depending on the location of candidate: Full-time employment or service contract, with other arrangements considered for the right candidate based on their location.
Closing date: 20.11.2023 .
About the Role.
You will be responsible for:
Conducting In-Depth Research:
Dive into critical topics related to human rights, gender equality, and social impact.
Gather and analyze data from diverse sources to gain comprehensive insights.
Utilize research software and tools to manage data effectively.
Data Analysis and Insights:
Apply your analytical skills to evaluate data, draw meaningful conclusions, and provide valuable insights.
Assist in preparing reports and presentations that communicate research findings effectively.
Content Development and Editing:
Contribute to the development of high-quality content, including reports, publications, and project documentation.
Engage in content editing to ensure accuracy, clarity, and alignment with research objectives.
Administration and Coordination:
Coordinate and collaborate with ARSIC associates, data collectors and other stakeholders
Participate in administrative tasks that are essential for smooth project execution.
Assist in organizing project-related logistics and documentation.
Assist with other research-focused tasks.
A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in social sciences, international relations, or a relevant field.
Thematic Expertise: Knowledge and experience in at least two thematic priorities of ARSIC Social Impact Consulting.
Proven experience in conducting research, with a strong attention to detail
Strong organizational skills, particularly in managing research-focused tasks.
Excellent High analytical skills.
Tech-savvy with experiences or interest in utilisation of research software.
Ability to adapt to changing tasks, demands, and work across different time zones.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English; knowledge of another language is a valuable asset.
Global and Impactful Work: Join a purpose-driven consulting group that works across sectors and continents to advance social impact, human rights, and gender equality.
Diverse and Engaging Role: Take on a dynamic and colorful position that allows you to work across all pillars of our organization, gaining exposure to various aspects of the social impact sector.
Exciting Growth Opportunity: Become a part of our expansion journey as we strengthen our global network, explore new markets, and launch a global Social Impact Training Centre.
Long-term Vision: Play a role in our long-term vision of co-creating a global, purpose-based consulting firm. Over time, take on more responsibilities and leading roles within the organization.
Professional Development: Benefit from opportunities for personal growth and capacity-building offered through our Social Impact Training Platform, including attending our signature ‘Child Rights Practitioner Course’.
Remote Work and Flexible Work Arrangements: Work from your location and collaborate with a global team, providing flexibility to manage your work environment and time.
Competitive Compensation: Receive a nominal base monthly salary, with additional compensation based on achievements and company performance.
Inclusive Culture: Join a company that celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Applications are now closed.
Please, send your CV and Cover Letter, explaining your motivation and highlighting your previous relevant work experience by 20.11. 2023 using the APPLY button below.
Early applications are strongly encouraged as interviews will be carried out on a rolling basis! Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further interviews.
Please note that ARSIC Social Impact Consulting reserves the right not to employ anyone if a suitable candidate meeting our criteria is not identified during the selection process.
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