I'm writing to share a vacancy for a Migration Analyst at Seefar. The role would suit an early career researcher or analyst seeking to develop their skills in an innovative social enterprise operational in Africa, Asia, and Europe. The full details of the vacancy are here: http://seefar.org/jobs/migration-analyst/
As a Migration Analyst at Seefar you will conduct research on displaced people, migration, human trafficking and modern slavery. You will design research projects, analyse data, write reports, train field staff and produce insights for projects globally. You will have deep knowledge on migration and have experience researching migration issues. You can live wherever you like, must be fluent in English and get to travel.
We are looking for someone with:
At least 2 years’ experience researching migration issues.
Experience implementing migration-related projects. These would be research-oriented, policy focussed and/or field-based interventions.
A track record conducting research and analysis, combining primary and secondary sources to produce high-quality reports, and other outputs.
Motivation to learn, develop, grow and travel to achieve social impact.
Complete fluency in oral and written English.
I am more than happy to answer questions on the organisation and the role.
Senior Migration Analyst
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