We are seeking proposals for a Python developer to provide technical support in the maintenance and operation of our Aid Transparency Tracker (a bespoke data collection and verification tool).
The Aid Transparency Tracker runs automated tests on aid transparency XML data, alongside forms for manual data collection. We will use the Tracker for two major projects:
- The Aid Transparency Index, which assesses the transparency of global aid donors
- A review of the transparency of 10 UK government departments that deliver UK aid
We need someone to support these projects by
- Making changes and adjustments to the Tracker
- Helping to run the data analysis and troubleshooting errors
- Providing information and technical explanations to the aid donors being assessed
We are looking for a developer who can work in Python and ideally with some knowledge of:
If you are also passionate about transparency and data, have an interest in international development and are a good communicator then we would like to hear from you.
We are seeking support for around 2.5 days per week from April to October 2019, with a possible additional seven months to May 2020. There will be times during this period when more or less of your time will be required.
Publish What You Fund campaigns for greater transparency in aid and development finance. We believe that transparent, available and usable data can contribute to bettr decision-making, co-ordination, accountability and ultimately better development outcomes.
For more details of this opportunity and how to submit your proposal download the full details below. The deadline is Sunday 31st March 2019.