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 Information Analyst

Information Analyst

NRC

  • Posted date
    10/10/2020
  • DeadLine
    10/22/2020
  • Job Cateogry
    Development/Non-Profit
  • Location
    Sana'a


Job Description وصف الوظيفة

Information Analyst

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ACAPS seeks Information Analyst for the ACAPS Yemen analysis HUB

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ACAPS PURPOSE is dedicated to improving analysis of humanitarian needs in complex emergencies and crises. We are independent of specific operational and sectoral agendas or interests, and deliver objective and evidence-based analysis. Our team supports the humanitarian community by providing up-to-date information on key crises around the globe. By bringing together different sources of secondary (and where appropriate primary) data and using robust methodologies, we move beyond descriptive analysis to explanatory and interpretive analysis: in other words, we enable data to tell us: so what? This enables crisis responders to better understand and thereby better address the needs of the affected population, and at the same time strengthening the assessment ecosystem.

Application deadline:

22.10.2020

Employer:

Norwegian Refugee Council

Title:

ACAPS seeks Information Analyst for the ACAPS Yemen analysis HUB

Full-time/part-time:

Full-time

Employment type:

Permanent position

Percentage of full-time:

100

Webcruiter ID:

4295890999

Positions:

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BACKGROUND TO THE Yemen Analysis HUB Assessing the humanitarian situation and needs in Yemen is very difficult. The country is divided between North and South. Numerous operational and administrative obstacles are placed on humanitarian actors, including acquiring visas for international staff and access restrictions for staff inside Yemen. Collecting data is sensitive to all parties to the conflict.

Humanitarian decision makers have requested analysis support on - Forward looking analysis, including risk and scenario building - Trends analysis, to understand how humanitarian needs are changing over time - Thematic analysis, to build a stronger understanding of Yemen's political economy, IDPs, local coping mechanisms, gender, marginalisation and other topics relevant - to the humanitarian response - Capacity building, including training and data and analysis support for operational actors.

The ACAPS Yemen Analysis Hub is a multi disciplinary team including both data and information analysts. We work to bring together data, partnerships with field teams, daily media and social media monitoring and research to make sense of humanitarian needs in Yemen. We work in partnership with other analysis, information management and operational actors to build a common understanding of the context and needs. We deliver a mix of independent products, and data and analysis support on demand for operational actors.

OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE The Information Analyst will work in the Yemen Analysis Hub's Analysis Team. The Information Analyst will be a key part of the delivery of different regular analysis products which will be released by the Hub. ACAPS is a service provider to a fast paced and constantly changing humanitarian response. The post-holder will have to be a flexible and creative analyst, focused on delivering the right information required for decision-makers in Yemen.

Responsibilities المهام الوظيفية

    Analytical products

    • Design and coordinate the process of regular trends analysis within the Analysis Hub and deliver key trends analysis products
    • Design and deliver (in consultation with key stakeholders) multi-sector and thematic analytical products, particularly focussed on protection, gender and communicating with communities
    • Design and implement tools and methodologies to facilitate the analysis workflow
    • Facilitate the ongoing analysis and sharing of data and information that support evidence-based decision making Produce and oversee the quality of content on the ACAPS website
    • Provide analysis support and editing for analysts under supervision
    • Produce and support ad hoc special reports, covering key thematic areas of interest, with a particular focus Review all assessments, reports and information products on the Yemen crisis to understand the information landscape and current gaps
    • Contribute to the establishment and maintenance of Analysis Hub information management systems and ensure that internal and external needs for information are managed in a structured and efficient manner
    • Conduct secondary data analysis for products
    • Comply with data security protocols and ensure that information is processed and shared in a secure manner and according to ACAPS procedures and standards

    Project and partnership management

    • Develop and plan project activities to achieve the objectives of the Analysis Hub
    • Establish, lead on, and manage strategic partnerships (e.g. with the Protection Cluster)
    • Develop and deliver tailored analysis products according to partners' requirements
    • Ensure there are monitoring and evaluation frameworks in place for projects

    Capacity building

    • Conduct scoping and needs analysis of the Humanitarian Analysis
    • Program or other key analysis capacity building approaches for Yemen
    • Coordinate the design and delivery of the Humanitarian Analysis
    • Programme, including reviewing course material, identifying outcomes and joint analysis products, sourcing mentors and trainers, ensuring logistical and admin arrangements are in place for capacity building activities, and participating in the delivery of these activities
    • Follow up with course participants and contribute to continual learning and improvement on capacity building activities
    • Networking

    • Develop and maintain a list/informal network of key interlocutors
    • Establish and develop relations with key operational stakeholders to improve the exchange of information and maintain an awareness of key humanitarian issues
    • Maintain working relationships and proactively search for opportunities for collaboration with humanitarian actors working on the Yemen crisis Coordinate joint analysis with other key colleagues
    • Coordinate and deliver regular analysis networking events (Yemen Analysis Coffee Meetings)
    • Staff supervision

    • Supervise one two analysts and one consultant delivering the Humanitarian Analysis Program Supervise anthropologists (consultants) to deliver high quality thematic analysis
    • Report on progress and challenges to the Team Leader
    • Ensure that activities delivered by the Associate Analyst and HAP team are delivered to a high quality, on time, on scope and on budget, in line with agreed work plans
    • Ensure that appropriate performance and quality processes are in place to track and record performance
    • Other

    • Contribute towards learning and innovation within the Analysis Hub and Response as a whole Other relevant duties, as assigned
    • WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

      The Information Analyst will work closely with ACAPS technical experts (roster or consultants), staff based in Geneva and other ACAPS hubs to ensure cross-learning and sharing of best practice.

      Additionally, the Information Analyst will work closely with analysis and IM external colleagues and with relevant strategic partners to deliver analysis products and training programmes (UN, INGOs, national NGOs based in Yemen, Amman or in the region).

Qualifications & Experience المؤهلات والخبرات

    Qualifications

    • Education to postgraduate level in social sciences or another relevant subject

    Generic professional competencies

    • At least four years field or headquarters experience in the humanitarian sector
    • Training in and proven understanding/application of quantitative and qualitative research methods
    • Experience in working with secondary data analysis/desk reviews Solid understanding of the principles of emergency preparedness, response and early recovery
    • Demonstrated ability to work in fast-paced, cross-cultural teams, including working with colleagues in remote settings
    • Excellent time management skills and ability to organize multiple, simultaneous tasks, and deliver results within a specified period
    • Proven ability to work strategically to set goals and flexibility and creativity in realizing them Outstanding coordination, communication, and inter-personal skills, including capacity to persuade and influence others, convey information effectively, as well as adjust actions in relation to others' actions
    • Experience in protection, gender or communicating with communities desirable
    • Knowledge of humanitarian and development in Yemen or the Middle East and North Africa region desirable Arabic language skills desireable

    Behavioural Competencies:

    Communicating with impact and respect Attention to detail Strong analytical skills Networking and relationship building Adapting and responding to change Adhering to principles and values

    We can offer

    A great opportunity to work in an international setting for a world-recognised organisation Personal and professional growth which will be spurred by the challenging work you will undertake Access to a unique network of analytics professionals in the humanitarian field A rewarding opportunity in which you will meet some of the world's challenges head on

    Application procedures and CV registration

    Kindly submit your CV and application in English and include your full name as written in your passport, please note that emailed CVs are not accepted Please note that you are required to enter geographical location for all your previous positions while registering your CV. There is no specific field for this information in your CV form, but you can use the 'Company Name' field for both company and location. Please register all CV information in our software. CV only, as attachment are not accepted. In your cover letter please describe your background/experience according to our qualification requirements. NRC reserves the right to conduct a full background check on shortlisted candidates Approved Health Certificate will be required prior to contract commencement and deployment

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    Contacts

    Thorfinn Kaspersen

    Recruitment Adviser

    The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is an independent humanitarian organisation helping people forced to flee.

    We work in crises across more than 30 countries, providing emergencies and long-term assistance to millions of people every year. We stand up for people forced to flee, advocating their rights.

    NORCAP is a global provider of expertise that contributes to solving challenges in the humanitarian, development and peacebuilding sectors. Our ultimate goal is to strengthen the resilience, and protect the lives, rights and livelihoods of vulnerable people and communities

    NRC also runs the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre in Geneva, a global leader in reporting on and advocating for people displaced within their own country.

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Yemen now represents the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. Ongoing conflict, economic deterioration and the collapse of public services have left 20 million Yemenis in need of aid and protection. NRC responds to emergency needs in Yemen by providing communities with resources, services and information that enable self-reliance and preserve dignity.

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