The Aid Information Advisor will support the Research and Monitoring workstream of Publish What You Fund. Specifically, they will lead on the development and maintenance of tools for monitoring aid transparency and support with the production of the 2016 Aid Transparency Index. This will include technical advocacy; supporting with the data collection process; maintaining data collection tools; conducting data analysis; and drafting results for Index products.
This is a full-time position with some overseas travel. It is offered on a six months basis with the possibility of extension to a permanent contract, subject to funding.
£30–35k, London-based, with frequent travel
This is a fantastic opportunity to lead on the development and implementation of the advocacy and communications strategy for the Joined Up Data Standards project. The project is being delivered jointly by Development Initiatives and Publish What You Fund. The role involves organising and delivering global multi-stakeholder consultations, engaging with key targets on the publication and use of interoperable data. It will also involve active engagement with and advocacy towards a range of international agencies, governments, open data organisations and civil society partners.