Monitoring and Data Analysis Specialist – Fair Work Monitor Coordinator consultancy based

Background

CNV Internationaal Foundation is part of the National Confederation of Trade Unions CNV in the Netherlands. CNV Internationaal has worked with trade unions in low- and middle-income countries since its establishment in 1967. Our mission is to reach 100% Fair Labour, through the principles of international solidarity and social dialogue. CNV Internationaal works on strengthening the position of workers in both the formal and informal economy through strong social partners and promoting sustainability in the supply chain.

Living wage is key in finding solutions and addressing root causes to a number of core challenges in various supply chains. The absence of Freedom of Association and social dialogue limits one of the most important and innovative ways to gather and validate data, safeguarding sustainable change.

CNV Internationaal, together with its trade union partners created the participatory digital survey to improve labour conditions in different supply chains like sugarcane, palm oil, mining and textile. By applying the Harvard University-developed digital software KoboToolBox, we designed a labour survey (The Fair Work Monitor) on working conditions and social dialogue through an extensive network of unions. With this unique tool, our partner trade unions can monitor labour relations on the ground and allow for worker’s voices to be heard.

Objective

In Indonesia, the Fair Work Monitor will be applied in the palm oil sector in cooperation with one of our local partner unions. This might be extended later on to the mining sector. The collected data from workers aims to gain insight into the cost of living, existing wages and key working conditions within the palmoil sector. The gathered data is also cross checked with internationally accepted living wage benchmarks and methodologies and other labour data. The implementation will start in Q3 of 2024.

Roles & Responsibilities

The Fair Work Monitor coordinator Indonesia, will work in a global Fair Work Monitor team and with the (local) program team of CNV internationaal in Indonesia. The Fair Work Monitor coordinator will be responsible to oversee, coordinate, implement and facilitate the surveys of the Fair Work Monitor. The consultant is expected to work closely with CNV’s partner unions in this project. The following responsibilities apply:

  • Prepare monitoring agreement with trade union organizations based on clear monitoring
  • Train the regional project team & union leaders in each region in the use and application of participatory monitoring tools and data analysis (KoboToolbox and dashboard etc) while improving training modules on the Fair Work Monitor system with clear and simple examples of similar processes around the world.
  • Support ongoing adaptation of the methodology and identification of training needs of trade union leaders. Adapt the implementation of the data collecting process according to needs.
  • Support communication strategies related to the process of monitoring and the use of data by trade unions themselves (infographics) in their social dialogue and advocacy focused on sectoral participatory processes in supply chains.
  • Elaboration of survey questions related with the agreed
  • Implementing & coordinating digital monitoring, mentoring union leaders/focal points and national coordinators and network leaders.
  • Identify methods to improve and increase the participation of workers in the surveys, especially the participation of new groups, especially women and youth.
  • Lead participatory data analysis with trade union
  • Analyze, organize data and triangulate data in relation to local and regional context and secondary data sources.
  • Contribute to the preparation of annual reports and papers fit for purpose for different target groups (workers/ trade unions/ compagnies/ end-users).

Deliverables

For the duration of the project, the consultant is expected to:

  1. Lead the data collection process together with trade union partners and be able to do a thorough analysis when the data is collected.
  2. Provide reports based on the monitoring and provide accurate data towards the Fair Work Monitor dashboard.
  3. Conduct trainings to strengthen the capacity of unions to collect data through the digital survey.
  4. Management of the local data collection and analysis part of the Fair Work

Your profile

  • At least a research-based master’s degree
  • At least 5 years’ experience in conducting research and data analysis, managing data projects, preferably in non-profit international entities (NGOs, donors, UN Agencies);
  • Familiar with data analysis tools such as R, Tableau or
  • Speaks and writes fluent Indonesian and English, for small translation tasks
  • Knowledge of living wage, labour rights and trade unions considered a
  • Based in Indonesia and willing to travel to Kalimantan and Sumatra on a frequent

What we offer

  • A salary based on experience and in accordance with international NGO
  • Enthusiastic and passionate colleagues who put their heart and soul into their work
  • An international working environment;

Time Frame

The assignment is scheduled from September until March 2025 with a possibility of extension. The consultant is expected to work 2-3 days a week. We are looking for a candidate that can start as soon as possible.

How to apply for the assignment?

Applicants are requested to send:

  • A letter of motivation explaining why you are the right person to this position
  • A detailed curriculum vitae
  • A reference of former employers

Applications can be sent to the program officer Asia, Luca Naus [email protected] mentioning Fair Work Monitor Coordinator, by August 2nd. Interviews will take place in the week of August 5th and /or August 12th.

 

Want to know more?

Information can be obtained from Olivia Bwalya [email protected] (PMEL coordinator, CNV Internationaal).

 

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