Monitoring and Data Intern

  • Added Date: Thursday, 06 December 2018
  • Deadline Date: Wednesday, 19 December 2018

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Publication date: 6 December 2018

Application deadline (midnight Bangkok time): 19 December 2018

Vacancy no.: INTERN/BANGKOK/2018/02

Job ID: 840

Department: RO-Asia and the Pacific
Organization Unit: RO-Asia and the Pacific
Location: Bangkok
Duration of contract: 3 to 6 months (starting on the 1st or the 15th of a given month)


You are applying to the ILO generic internship roster, which is published several times per year. The roster will be made available to all departments and field offices, which will then select and directly contact suitable candidates only.

ILO Internship Programme provides an opportunity for talented individuals to:

(a) increase understanding of relevant issues at the international level by involving them directly in the work of the Office and the application of ILO principles, programmes and strategies;

(b) gain practical experience with the ILO directly related to their field of study.

The internship programme is not intended to lead to a career in the ILO. There should be no expectation of further employment at the end of the internship.

**Please note that you can apply to a maximum of three internship profiles during the current application period. If you apply to more than three internship profiles, your application will not be considered for any profile.** Note that you may withdraw your candidature at any time via the Jobs Applied section of your profile.

It is highly recommended that you submit your application as soon as possible to avoid last minute technical issues or delays. Late applications will not be considered.

The ILO values diversity. We welcome applications from qualified women and men, particularly those with disabilities and from non - or under - represented member States. If needed, reasonable accommodation will be provided in the recruitment phase as well as during the internship to promote equality of opportunities.

IMPORTANT:
Please only apply for an internship if you fulfil the following two criteria:

(1) You have no close relative serving in the ILO.

(2) This is your first internship with the ILO (only one internship is permitted).

Background

Women are increasingly migrating for work within the ASEAN region, and today close to half of all migrant workers in the region are women. While women migrant workers are disproportionately represented in the domestic work and care sectors, women migrant workers are also found in large numbers in other sectors in ASEAN countries, including construction, agriculture, manufacturing, services and entertainment. However, women have fewer options than men for regular migration, and are often channeled into lower paid informal sector work with few if any labour protections. Due to gender inequalities and discrimination, women are particularly vulnerable to violence and trafficking, and services for survivors of violence often do not meet their needs.

Recognizing these challenges, the European Union is funding a new project, “Safe & Fair: Realizing women migrant workers’ rights and opportunities in the ASEAN region” (2018-2022) as part of the multi-year EU-UN Spotlight Initiative to Eliminate Violence Against Women and Girls. Safe & Fair will be implemented by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women).

Safe & Fair delivers technical assistance and support with the overall objective of making labour migration safe and fair for all women in the ASEAN region. Safe & Fair engages with ASEAN Member States’ government authorities; ASEAN institutions; workers’ organizations; employers and recruitment agencies; civil society organizations; community-based organizations; families and communities; research institutions and academia, media networks, youth, and the general public and supports comprehensive country programme active in eight countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam).

Safe & Fair works in close cooperation with governments and social partners to achieve three inter-linking specific objectives: (1) Women migrant workers are better protected by gender-sensitive labour migration governance frameworks; (2) Women migrant workers are less vulnerable to violence and trafficking and benefit from coordinated responsive quality services; and (3) Data, knowledge and attitudes on the rights and contributions of women migrant workers are improved. The programme strategy mainstreams three cross-cutting topics: women’s voice and agency; rights-based approach; and broad engagement of stakeholders.

Task

Working under the supervision of the Chief Technical Officer and the Technical officer for Monitoring and Evaluation, the Intern will provide support to setting up monitoring systems and tools for the Safe & Fair project. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  1. Providing support on development of tools for monitoring including capturing data against the indicators in the Logframe
  2. Support to input of monitoring data
  3. Support to preparation of MIS for Monitoring
  4. Support to extracting analysis from research
  5. Support to trainings on monitoring to staff and partners
  6. Preparing presentations and briefs;
  7. Other activities as identified by the Chief Technical Officer or Technical officer

Education

Candidates must be enrolled in the final year of a postgraduate degree programme (such as a master’s programme or equivalent), or in a higher degree programme, in a relevant including international relations, economics, law, gender studies, international development or other relevant discipline, or have completed such programme in the year preceding the application.

Experience

Any experience of working in labour migration, trafficking, violence against women or another related field. Knowledge and experience of working with ILO and/or UN Women constituents and in the ASEAN region is an asset.

Languages

Excellent command of English.

Competencies

  • Working knowledge of relevant computer software including Microsoft Word.
  • Commitment to women’s empowerment and human rights.
  • Familiarity with human rights frameworks , Results based management and reporting
  • Good analytical skills.
  • Ability to carry out assignments in accordance with instructions and guidelines.
  • Ability to work on own initiative as well as a member of a team.
  • Ability to work quickly to meet deadlines.

Payment

Where an intern is not financially supported by any institution or programme, such as a university, government, foundation or scholarship programme, a stipend intended to help cover basic subsistence costs will be paid. In Bangkok the stipend is set at USD 550 per month.


How to apply:

1. Search for an internship profile via the page on ILO Jobs (https://jobs.ilo.org)

2. Select the internship profile you would like to apply for, and create a profile on ILO Jobs

3. Complete your candidate profile and apply to the internship profile

4. Be sure to attach a cover letter in the last section of the application, as applications without a cover letter will not be considered and you cannot attach a cover letter after the deadline.

Selection process:

Following a first screening by the Human Resources Development Department (HRD), field offices will short-list applicants. You will be directly contacted should an internship opportunity match your profile. If you have not been contacted by any department or field office within six months after your application, you can consider that you have not been selected for this roster. If still eligible, you may apply to the next roster.

If shortlisted, you may be contacted by the field office for a written test and/or interview. The ILO may use communication technologies such as Skype, Video or teleconference, e-mail, etc for the assessment and evaluation of candidates.

Stipend:

As an intern in the field, you will receive a monthly stipend from the ILO based on the cost of living in the area of the duty station, unless you receive funding through another institution (for example your university or a foundation). If you receive partial funding, ILO will cover the difference to ensure you receive the appropriate stipend per month. Your travel to the duty station will be at your own expense.

Insurance:

Please note that the ILO does not take responsibility for any costs arising from accidents and/or illness incurred during the internship. You will be responsible for your own insurance coverage for illness and accidents for the duration of the internship at the duty station (whether Geneva or the field).

Fraud warning:

The ILO does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process whether at the application, interview, processing or training stage. Messages originating from a non ILO e-mail account - @ilo.org - should be disregarded. In addition, the ILO does not require or need to know any information relating to the bank account details of applicants.

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