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23 Apr 2019

Full-Time HRMI Survey Engagement and Operations Lead

Human Rights Measurement Initiative –  Wellington City, Wellington

Job Description

The Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI) is a global collaborative project of academics and human rights advocates working to produce comprehensive, free, easy-to-access metrics tracking the human rights performance of countries around the world. We are working to improve the lives of people, by bringing more transparency to the performance of states and inspiring more ethical behaviour.

The opportunity
The role of the HRMI Survey Engagement and Operations Lead is to manage the administration and expansion of HRMI’s collection of human rights data via our annual expert survey. In 2019 the survey was used to collect data on civil and political rights in 19 countries. In 2020, country coverage will be extended to around 40 countries or more, and we expect expansion to cover most countries in the world within a few years, as our funding expands.
The starting position is for 30-40 hours per week, for a fixed-term period of 12 months, starting on 1 August 2019, or sooner. Our hope is that this position will be extended and expanded, as we secure further project funding. Salary range: NZD $80,000 – $110,000.

Key responsibilities
• Establishing and maintaining strong relationships with organisations and individuals worldwide who can assist us with identification and motivation of survey respondents.
• Managing HRMI’s database of potential survey respondents and administration of the survey roll-out each year, with particular focus on accuracy and risk management.
• Working closely with other HRMI collaborators on survey design and development.

Personal qualities
Competitive candidates will likely be high achievers, with strong awareness of international events, excellent attention to detail, and serious skills and experience in both process design and motivating and empowering others. Substantial engagement in the area of human rights or social justice would be an advantage. Candidates must have strong English-language communications skills and ideally a good command of at least one other language. We strongly encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds.

Job Expired May 17, 2019

Job Categories: Development (other). Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: 80,000 - 100,000.

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