People’s Alliance for Credible Elections is looking for a Program Intern (Database) to support the program team for data management and data collection.
Position: Program Intern (Database)
Duty Location: Yangon
Number of Position: 1
Duration of the Contract: 5 months (Full Time)
Reporting to: Program Officer
If you are interested in this announcement, please submit your Curriculum Vitae (CV), expected salary and a contact phone number to [email protected] by July 6 , 2020. For more information, you can contact us +95 9253379442. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
Objectives of Program Intern (database)
Under the direction of Program Officer, the Program Intern (database) is responsible to assist the program officer to manage volunteer databases and data collection.
Task and Responsibilities
- Support the Program Officer to manage the Enumerators/LTOs/STOs database, data center setting up and other related activities for conducting opinion polls and election observation;
- Supervising data clarks and managing data entry process for opinion polls and election observation;
- Coordination with the program team to design the database format, volunteers analysis and other related information for surveys and election observation;
- Any other job or related tasks as determined by the supervisor.
The Program Intern (database) must normally obtain the required knowledge, skills and attitudes in good skills of typing, word and excel, experience in data entry, data cleaning and analysis..
- Must be able to work under the tight deadline;
- Familiar with NGOs/CSOs work nature;
- Show integrity at work and
- Ability to organize work efficiently and deal with heavy workload.
People’s Alliance for Credible Elections (PACE) is an independent, non-partisan, non-government domestic election observer group based in Yangon. PACE was founded in 2013 to strengthen democratic institutions in Myanmar through safeguarding citizen rights and promoting public participation in the electoral process. To promote transparency, accountability and inclusiveness in the electoral process, PACE will mainly be working on civic and voter education, election observation and electoral reform.
Upholding the principles enshrined in the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” PACE’s work will be implemented regardless of race, religion and gender. Moreover, PACE has signed “the Declaration of Global Principles for Nonpartisan Election Observation by Citizen Organizations,” which is a document endorsed by more than 251 organizations from 89 countries and territories.
PACE will work to ensure all citizens’ political rights including the right to vote and stand for office by engaging in activities that promote citizen participation, safeguard political and civil rights through a program of electoral observation, policy advocacy and civic education.
Areas of Work
PACE is an independent civil society initiative to secure every citizen’s political rights and enhance electoral transparency and accountability through:
- Citizen Observation of Electoral Processes;
- Civic Education and Public Outreach and
- Advocacy for Improved Electoral Framework