Indicator Quality & Data Analytics Advisor

21075-15G24114
28-Jan-22
International Role - No - Only National applicants will be considered.

*Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI is registered to operate.

*Please submit your CV in English.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

This position will lead a strategic function for the partnership, shaping the way standard indicators are designed and maintained, elevating the quality of the technical designs of projects and enabling higher quality data to be monitored and used for impact reporting. Specifically, the job holder will redesign the business process for designing and handling standard indicators use to report the partnership’s global reach and impact, ensuring it is more intuitive and accessible to users. The job holder will lead all technical discussions about the design and function of standard indicators across all funding streams and have decision authority on what new indicators can be created and used in programmes. In addition, the job-holder will support the global impact reporting efforts of the strategy realisation office, by developing and curating Power Bi reports in the global Impact Portal and performing various data analytics tasks.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Manage the quality of indicators used for impact reporting:

  • Has oversight, coaching and ultimate approval of the indicators that are allowed to be used in new programme and project designs.

  • Reviews request to create new indicators by Field and Regional Offices (ROs) and Global Center (GC) Sector and Ministry teams, across all funding streams in the partnership and provides feedback to make necessary changes to meet the global quality standards.

  • Has decision authority over which indicators requested by Field and Regional Offices and GC Sector and Ministry teams, get included in the global Compendium of Indicators, the partnership repository of indicators. By extension, it controls the quality of designs for new projects, as they can only used indicators from the compendium.

  • Develops new tools and guidance for designing new indicators with quality and rigour.

  • Ensures the ongoing curation of the Compendium of Indicators, coordinating and guiding input from the global center technical experts and regional and field office teams.

  • Leads technical discussions about the design and function of indicators and functions as SME for changes in Horizon that concern the monitoring of indicators and the calculation of the data.

  • Ensure the compendium of indicators is widely available and accessible across the partnership, including Field Offices (FOs), Global Center and Support Offices (SO), by acting as liaison person with Horizon to resolve access issues and providing training and coaching on how to use it.

  • Provide on-demand expert advice and technical support to FOs, ROs, GC and SO technical staff around designing and measuring standard indicators, cultivating a culture of impact reporting and data quality.

Data Analytics:

  • Process large data and develop reports to show progress towards the Global Strategy, such as the global Impact Scorecard, the partnership report to show progress on the global strategy to the Board.

  • Develope various Power Bi reports in the global Impact Portal, the partnership single source of truth for impact data, to demonstrate the impact of the partnerhip and make it accessible to use for all entities in the partnership at FO, RO, GC and SO level.

  • Strategic utilisation of the data-warehouse data for producing reports for leadership and other stakeholders as required.

  • Global reporting on outputs and outcomes, contributing to the Partnership Child Well-being Reporting process and products.

  • Provide training and mentorship to Field Offices on data analytics and impact reporting using Power Bi, as needed.

Strategic Initiatives:

  • Lead global projects involving the review and uptake of standard indicators across the partnership.

  • Engage in global research or evidence projects to support data analytics and reporting.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • 7 years experience working in an INGO in a design, monitoring and evaluation role or related role. It implies a deep understanding of the role of indicators in the design of projects and at telling the story about the impact of the projects.

  • 7 years of experience using large datasets across different teams and fields, for data analytics and synthesizing coherent impact reporting.

  • Experience working in a cross-functional role and coordinating projects that require input from stakeholders across different teams.

  • Leading virtual sessions and communicating technical concepts and guidelines effectively.

  • Working with minimum supervision and delivering quality results on time.

  • Educated to academic level in a social sciences discipline (e.g., sociology, psychology) or related subject (e.g., math, statistics).

  • 7 years of experience using Power Bi (or similar tools) for data analytics and impact reporting. It implies a strong understanding of the functioning of data analytics software and proficiency in the coding language, e.g., DAX, Power Query etc. Certificate in use of Power BI software is an advantage.

  • Master’s degree is preferred.

  • English language skills (Necessary).

  • French, Spanish (asset).

Preferred:

  • Report writing and communicating effectively to influence change.

  • Experience and certification in SQL, Python or other programming languages is not required but would be considered an advantage.

  • Experience in working with World Vision and Horizon would be considered a strong advantage.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires the ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 15% of the time.