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Statistics and analysis manager, International Women's Development Agency

  • 21 Dec 2020 11:22 AM
    Message # 9443085
    Jessica Kasza (Administrator)

    The International Women's Development Agency is advertising a position for a Statistics and analysis manager.

    For further details, questions and contact details please see:

    Brief details:

    – Full-time role (1.0 FTE) negotiable to 0.8 FTE
    – Fixed term, commencing January 2020 – November 2022
    – Melbourne- based or remotely-based in timezone +/- 5 AEST / AEDST
    – Contribute to flagship program of IWDA that aims to redefine how poverty is understood and measured 

    IWDA is an Australia-based organisation, resourcing diverse women’s rights organisations primarily in Asia and the Pacific and contributing to global feminist movements to advance our vision of gender equality for all.

    Beyond the impact we have in the world, we are known for our supportive, friendly and inclusive team culture. Working with IWDA sees you working alongside a team of intelligent, hard working and passionate women who live our values of Feminism, Accountability, Collaboration and Transformation every day.

    Equality Insights is a flagship program of IWDA that aims to redefine how poverty is understood and measured in order to inspire wider change in measurement standards and approaches, and in gender equality outcomes. Built on more than 12 years of research and refinement, Equality Insights deploys a gender-sensitive, individual-level survey that asks questions about many aspects of life to better understand how poverty is experienced by men and women. The result is an evidence base of (otherwise invisible) insights to inspire and enable targeted and transformative change.

    The Statistics and Analysis Manager will make key contributions to four action areas that are a focus for the Equality Insights program over the next two years:

    1. Improved evidence base for implementing COVID-19 recovery that advances gender equality in selected Pacific countries
    2. Decision-makers and change agents can access and are using Equality Insights Rapid data
    3. Policy, programming, advocacy and/or resource allocations for COVID recovery is informed by Equality Insights Rapid data in at least two countries
    4. Regional actors recognise and use Equality Insights data and/or tools

    Key responsibilities will include:

    • Lead development of Equality Insights Rapid, building on existing Equality Insights survey, method, data and analysis
    • Lead dimension and composite index construction, testing methodologies and exercising judgment in selection of methods
    • Oversee data collection processes, remotely, in at least 2 countries in the time period, supporting the development and delivery of training for data collectors, where relevant, and ensuring quality control in data collection processes
    • Produce standard statistical analysis from the data, including reports and briefs, being responsive to stakeholder-directed priority areas of analysis
    • Lead engagement with the technology provider to deliver an online platform that makes the data accessible to stakeholders while maintaining privacy and security
    • Collaborate with the Data Use and Engagement Manager on the above responsibilities, ensuring an efficient and effective division of labour within the technical team

    The full role details are listed in the Position Description.

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