- Deadline: November 16, 2022
- Organization: Equal Measures 2030 (EM2030)
- Location: Flexible/Remote
- Contract term: To December 2023, with possibility of extension depending on funding
- Hours per week: 32 hours (Mon-Thu) full-time
- Salary range: USD $40,000 – $60,000* + Benefits
About Equal Measures 2030
EM2030 is a collaboration of national, regional, and global leaders from feminist networks, civil society, international development and the private sector. We connect data and evidence with advocacy and action on gender equality, to transform the lives of women and girls and realize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
It is more than 25 years since 189 countries committed to the Beijing Platform for Action by advancing women’s rights. And we have less than 10 years until the 2030 deadline for achieving the SDGs and their promise of gender equality. But Equal Measures 2030’s SDG Gender Index shows that not a single country has yet achieved gender equality.
Our Strategic Plan 2020-2025 is founded on the belief that data can expose gender inequality and injustice, motivate change, and drive accountability. From 2020 to 2025, working with women and girls and across feminist organizations and movements, Equal Measures 2030 will catalyze change through data-driven advocacy aimed at holding governments and policymakers accountable.
Rapid change towards global gender equality is possible. Join us to help make it happen.
About this role
Reporting to the Head of Data and Insights, the Gender Data & Insights Analyst will work together with colleagues across the EM2030 Secretariat team (especially communications and advocacy colleagues) and with EM2030 partners across Africa, Asia and Latin America to connect data and evidence with advocacy and action to advance gender equality.
In this role, you will draw heavily on the SDG Gender Index and related gender data to generate findings for influencing policies, raising awareness and for broadly monitoring progress towards gender equality. The SDG gender index is a key tool for holding stakeholders to account for progress towards greater gender quality and meeting the rights of women and girls across 56 issues and for 144 countries.
In this role you will link, liaise, and collaborate with colleagues from across the EM2030 team and partnership. You will work closely with advocacy and communications colleagues, regional team members and partners to ensure that data products are demand-driven.
The role will suit someone who can identify, analyze and write up interesting findings from large data sets and other diverse sources and who can creatively transform data into influencing, campaigns and communications content. It is ideal for the candidate who can work independently and proactively with great attention to detail, and who values collaboration, flexibility, and nimbleness.
The Gender Data & Insights Analyst will play a vital role in ensuring that we are working towards our vision, mission and strategic objectives and will help us better communicate why and how data in the hands of feminist movements and organizations drives change for gender equality.
Reporting to the Head of Data and Insights and working in close collaboration with the Head of Communications, the Gender Data & Insights Analyst will work on the following:
- Analyzing the SDG Gender Index data, and other relevant data and research, in response to identified needs for influencing, campaigns and communications content on priority themes, regions and countries
- Creating bespoke data and research products (e.g., “key facts and figures”, blogs, briefings, tables, charts, and data visualizations)
- Proactively identifying new findings, trends and themes in the Index data that can be used to help shape influencing, campaigns, and communications priorities
- Participating in cross-team working groups, especially with advocacy and communications colleagues, to shape and respond to priorities
- Contributing content to improve the presentation and navigation of online Index data
- Organizing team data resources, including managing datasets and metadata
- Supporting fact-checking of data-related print and electronic products
- Helping to plan and deliver training related to gender data use
- Help with coordination and administration of Data & Insights work as needed (e.g., capturing and sharing Data & Insights team meeting notes, organizing and updating shared folders, compiling MEL data related to Data & Insights activities, etc.)
Skills and Experience
- 3-5 years of data and research experience, using economic and social indicators and data to shed light on issues related to gender equality and women’s rights
- Strong experience in communicating data and research to non-technical audiences, and in support and strengthen advocacy content
- Demonstrated skills in using software to manage and analyze data
- A proactive approach, with the ability to manage multiple demands, meet deadlines and effectively prioritize workload
- Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
- Able to work remotely effectively across time-zones, whilst managing work/life balance.
- Fluency in written and spoken English
- Demonstrated commitment to Feminist, Anti-Racist and Anti-Oppression values and principles, and to decolonizing work in the International Development sector
- Fluency in a second language, especially Spanish and/or French (Hindi and/or Bahasa language skills would also be an asset)
- In-depth measurement/policy knowledge in a specific thematic area (e.g., SRHR, women’s economic empowerment, gender-based violence, etc.)
- Advanced Excel skills and programming skills in R, Stata, and/or other statistical packages
- Experience in using/interest in gaining skills with data visualization software (e.g., Tableau)
- The ability to write clearly and edit content for both expert and non-expert audiences in English
- Knowledge of the Sustainable Development Goals and gender related development frameworks and the indicators used to monitor progress
Our team is collaborative, friendly, flexible, and based in different countries all around the world.
- 4-day (Monday-Thursday) work week. We do not work on Fridays.
- We are a fully remote global team.
- Paid time off (including 25 vacation days per year; pro rata for part-time employees).
- Employer contribution to pension/retirement savings.
- Income insurance.
- Health/medical insurance (varies by country).
- “Work At Home” and “Learning & Development” allowances.
We have been improving our remote working approaches, systems, and tools since our founding in 2017, and are committed to making EM2030 a great place to work no matter where in the world our team members are located. We are powered by our values and principles, not just in “what” we do but also in “how” we do it:
- We are guided by feminist principles and a belief in the importance of gender justice
- We are collaborative and believe in the power of women’s collective action
- We are rigorous in our analysis and transparent about our methodology and approach
- We are outspoken
- We listen and learn
We recognize that it is people that will enable us to reach our vision and mission. We aim to offer a wide range of benefits as outlined above.
How to apply
Please email a current CV and cover letter describing how your experience and skills would meet the requirements of the role. Please include “Analyst” in the subject line of the email and send to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5.00pm Eastern Standard Time on 21 November 2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the position will be filled as soon as a qualified candidate is identified.
We thank all those who apply, but only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. To learn more about EM2030’s work, visit our website at https://www.equalmeasures2030.org to review our strategic plan.
People from and based in the Global South, women; trans, non-binary and intersex persons; persons with disabilities and other candidates from historically oppressed groups, of all ages, are strongly encouraged to apply.
Equal Measures 2030 is a fiscally sponsored project of Panorama Global, a 501(c)(3) social impact nonprofit that empowers changemakers through radical collaboration. EM2030’s staff in the USA are employees of Panorama Global, and those outside of the USA are employees of a Professional Employer Organization/Employer of Record (PEO/EOR) that is registered as an employer in the individual’s respective country of work to ensure compliance with local labor law.
Panorama is committed to creating a diverse team and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We know that representation matters in the workplace and with our partners; to that end we are committed to a hiring process grounded in equity and inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, citizenship or immigration status, national origin, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, political ideology, the presence of any physical, mental, or sensory disability, age, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please email SponsoredProjectsHR@panoramaglobal.org.
Final offer will be contingent on confirmation of eligibility to work in his/her respective country.