Data Management Adviser

Closing Date: 16 December 2021

Category: Policy, Governance, Monitoring & Evaluation

The Partner Organisation
  
Tuanga Taporoporo, the Cook Islands National Environment Service (NES), is the central government agency charged with protecting, managing and conserving the environment of the Cook Islands, on behalf of and for the benefit of present and future Cook Islanders. Their goal is to build a more sustainable future for the Cook Islands environment.

The Assignment

NES requires a volunteer to support staff in developing systems and processes for data collection, collation, storage, analysis and reporting.

The Volunteer

We are looking for a volunteer with …
  • Proficient in data recording software
  • Experience in data collection, data entry, cleaning and preparing recommendations
  • Experience working with quantitative and qualitative data sets
  • Knowledge of database systems (for example, Microsoft Power BI or Dynamics)
  • Experience in data management and analysis, interrogation, translation, and understanding how data relates to business goals
  • Experience in data presentation
A relevant Bachelor’s degree is desirable but not essential
  
About volunteering with VSA

VSA is New Zealand's largest and most experienced volunteering agency working in international development. We provide skilled Kiwi volunteers to support organisations in the Pacific and beyond through capacity building, both in country and virtually.

We cover living allowances, accommodation and utilities. Travel, visas, insurance and medical costs are organised and funded by VSA. 

Apply Now!

Apply for this amazing opportunity through our website. For more information on this assignment, email volunteer@vsa.org.nz.

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We are looking for a volunteer with:

  • Volunteer in the Cook Islands
  • 12-month assignment
  • Support the conservation in the Pacific!