Social and Behaviour Change (SBC) Data Analyst

UNICEF

Software & Data

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2 weeks ago

Job Summary

• Track and document the use of SBC/RCS/RCCE evidence emerging from the UNICEF supported interventions under the Risk Communication and Social Mobilisation pillar. • Represent the anthropological / Social and Behavioural contribution (via the RCSM pillar) in the Integrated Outbreak Analytics (IOA) subgroup of the SIRI pillar. The analyst will work collaboratively with the IOA team to identify anthropological /social and Behavioural questions / investigations which can contribute to an improved understanding of outbreak trends and contribute to an integrated data analyses approach to inform outbreak response. • Act as liaison person at the Evidence Generation sub-pillar under the RCSM pillar to encourage collaboration and exchange of information between programmatic interventions and social science and data specialists; provide weekly update on the findings collected and analyzed to support adjustments of interventions in RCCE and other pillars. • Overview quality assurance of every data stream collected (including U-Report/Chatbot; hotline reports; social media monitoring; CRAs findings; anthropology related findings). • Triangulate data from various data sources and main findings compiled on a fortnightly basis.

  • Minimum Qualification:Bachelor
  • Experience Level:Senior level
  • Experience Length:5 years

Job Description/Requirements

Duties and Responsibilities:

Under the technical guidance of the Chief, Social and Behaviour Change and the SBC Specialist Emergencies, the consultant will:
• Build high-quality evidence system for the EVD response in Uganda by collating, analysing and synthesising SBC data into periodic reports
• Provide support to build capacities at national and subnational levels and on all elements related to SBC/RCCE/RCSM data analysis
• Support the monitoring and evaluation components of SBC interventions in the country

In close co-ordination with the UNICEF SBC unit, the social scientist will undertake the following tasks:
• Submission of an inception report and work plan
• Track and document the use of SBC/RCS/RCCE evidence emerging from the UNICEF supported interventions under the Risk Communication and Social Mobilization pillar.
• Represent the anthropological / Social and Behavioral contribution (via the RCSM pillar) in the Integrated Outbreak Analytics (IOA) subgroup of the SIRI pillar. The analyst will work collaboratively with the IOA team to identify anthropological /social and behavioural questions / investigations which can contribute to an improved understanding of outbreak trends and contribute to an integrated data analyses approach to inform outbreak response.
• Act as liaison person at the Evidence Generation sub-pillar under the RCSM pillar to encourage collaboration and exchange of information between programmatic interventions and social science and data specialists; provide weekly update on the findings collected and analyzed to support adjustments of interventions in RCCE and other pillars.
• Overview quality assurance of every data stream collected (including U-Report/Chatbot; hotline reports; social media monitoring; CRAs findings; anthropology related findings).
• Triangulate data from various data sources and main findings compiled on a fortnightly basis.
• Final consultancy report with an overview of key concerns and challenges with findings and recommendations.

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
Desired competencies, technical background and experience

Education: A Master’s degree in social sciences with experience in quantitative data analytics and presentation or any other related field. A first level university degree in combination with an additional two (2) relevant experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university.


Work experience: Minimum 5 years’ responsible work experience in social sciences research and data analysis, including experience in large scale public health response, working with NGOs/UN in/with developing countries, with practical experience in developing methodologies and tools to inform action/programmes/ policies.
• Must have excellent skills in excel and data analytics
• Demonstrated experience in developing dashboards and presenting findings from different sources (methods, tools etc.)
• Experience analyzing data from social monitoring systems, monitoring and evaluation work, or other survey work.
• Experience performing data extraction, cleaning, analysis and presentation for medium to large datasets.
• Excellent writing skills planning and coordination skills, with proven ability to work independently.

Additional qualifications:
• An inquisitive and creative mindset, as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills for coordinating across teams and countries.
• Ability to communicate complex ideas in data science to relevant stakeholders.
• A passion for empirical research and for answering hard questions with data.
• Proven record of solving challenging problems in emergency and humanitarian settings.
• A Team Player mentality and desire to collaborate with multicultural and diverse colleagues, as well as, work independently.
• Excellent project management skills.
• Experience using Power Bi or other data analytics and interactive visualization software.
• Experience using HTML, CMS management, and specifically Wagtail CMS, is a plus.
• Experience working with the UN and/or one of its entities is an asset but not necessary.

Language: Oral and written proficiency in English. Knowledge of local languages is considered an asset.

Competencies skills:
• Excellent facilitation skills, negotiation skills, and oral and written communication skills – the ability to simplify and communicate effectively.
• Strong analytical skills
• Knowledge of the Uganda public health context and ongoing MOH EPI programs is a prerequisite
• Drive to meet deadlines/results, self-driven and accountable to self and others.
• Strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines.
• Ability to work with others able to take and respond to clients’ views or constructive feedback
• Builds and Maintains Partnerships
• Demonstrates self-awareness and ethical awareness
• Drive to achieve results for impact
• Innovates and embraces change
• Manages ambiguity and complexity
• Thinks and acts strategically
• Works collaboratively with others


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