Title: Data Analyst, AGNEE Project (Gazipur)
Company Name: Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)
Job Location: Gazipur
Employment Status: Contractual
∎ At least 3 year(s)
∎ Data Analyst, AGNEE Project [Awareness, Actions, and Advocacy for Gender Equal and Safe Spaces for Women and Girls])
∎ Post Type : Full time
∎ Reporting to : Project Coordinator
∎ Project Duration : 3 years
∎ Responsible for gathering data from field sources;
∎ Assess, analyse and store data accordingly;
∎ Implement project activities in communication with beneficiaries, community stakeholders at field level;
∎ Work closely with project team, and ASK management for ensuring smooth coordination;
∎ Perform filed work for implement the project components and activities in line with project design;
∎ Inform update on challenges, lesson learns and risk related to community engagement and resilience;
∎ Carry out any other duties and responsibilities as and when required and assigned by the authority;
∎ Female candidates are encouraged to apply
∎ Education qualification may be relaxed for the candidates with prior experience in relevant field.
∎ Good communication and interpersonal skill;
∎ Good computer skills on Microsoft Office Tools, especially MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint;
∎ Good technical skills on Python, SQL and NoSQL and Machine Learning
∎ Proficient spoken and written English language skills and the capacity to produce quality reports independently.
∎ At least 3 years of working experience. Local people who can speak and understand local language will be an added advantage. Experience in handling and analysing data is preferred
∎ Age limit: Age at most 35 years (Age may be considered for experienced candidate)
∎ BDT: 24,978/- other benefits will be as per organization`s policy
Job Source: Bdjobs.com Online Job Posting.
Application Deadline: 15 May 2022
∎ 9 May 2022
∎ Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)
∎ Business : Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) was established in 1986 as a national legal aid and human rights organization. Initially its work was limited to providing free legal services to the disempowered particularly women, working children and workers in Dhaka city. But over the last thirty three years, ASK has evolved a more comprehensive approach to the promotion, protection and prevention in the area of legal and human rights. ASK’s strategies to promote human rights
awareness and community activism; offer legal aid through mediation and litigation while survivors are given psycho-social counseling; investigations into human rights violations and their documentation are supplemented by research which together lead to media campaigns to defend human rights, and public interest litigation for law and policy reform.
For more information about ASK and what we do visit our website at www.askbd.org