The Democracy Data Analyst will work collaboratively across the technical teams in the Center for Applied Research and Learning under the direction of the Director, Monitoring and Evaluation and Survey Research, to undertake the following key duties and responsibilities:
Education: Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in political science, public policy, statistics, data science, computer science, mathematics, economics, or related fields.
Experience: 5 – 10 years’ experience working, analyzing, and presenting with qualitative and/or quantitative data to inform programmatic and strategic decision-making, and a solid understanding of the strengths and limitations of such data. Experience in the DRG field or on electoral issues is preferred, but not required. The role requires critical – and creative – thinking and problem-solving and the ability to distill findings into clear and engaging written, visual, and oral communications.
Technical skills: Experience using one or more data visualization tools including Tableau, Excel, Power BI, Qlik, or other data analytic and visualization software. Experience using one or more programming languages including R, Python, SQL, NOSQL, Scala, Julia, or C++ is a plus, but not required.
Language skills: Fluency in English required. Fluency in other languages, such as Spanish, French, Arabic, or sign language, is helpful but not required.
Travel: Some travel to IFES field offices may be expected as part of this position. Travel for conferences or other professional engagements is also anticipated.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT: Standard office work environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
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