Social listening: Social and Behavioral Data Support
Application deadline 1 year ago: Thursday 20 May 2021 at 04:00 UTCOpen application form
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Under the guidance of the Communication for Development Chief in Iraq, provide social and behavioral data support under the country's risk communication and communication response to the COVID-19 pandemic (including vaccination demand). A report of 3 to 5 pages every two weeks. 1. Data Analysis: Collating and analysis of primary and secondary data from various sources including research studies and monitoring reports. 2. Editing and Writing: Reporting RCCE data-related updates.
- COVID-19 Response
Public information and reporting
Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) is one of the key pillars of UNICEF’s COVID-19 response. Social listening is an important aspect of RCCE as it provides information about ongoing conversations on COVID-19, among other reasons. As the crisis evolves and the RCCE response expands, the collection, analysis, and use of social listening data will contribute to more localized, community-centric RCCE actions in Iraq.
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 16 weeks
- University degree in public health, social sciences, development studies, statistics, or related fields. 2. At least 2 years experience working directly on data analysis in a humanitarian or development organization. 3. Excellent writing skills. 4. Working proficiency in Arabic will be an advantage.
- English, Arabic