iSEE is a non-profit organization working for the rights of all people, including minority groups. iSEE aims to promote the values of freedom, equality, and tolerance in Vietnamese society.
Working predominantly in Hanoi and in a friendly and diverse environment, the Research Assistant will conduct research projects of iSEE, propose new research pathways, disseminate research findings and connect the field of academia to development.
. Implement iSEE research projects and topics, such as research design, questionaire development, in-depth interview, data analysis, writing and editting research report;
. Assist research team with logistic, administrative preparation (contact and work with local authorities, partners, interviewee, field trips, research publication, workshop organization, social media communication for the reseaches, etc.; and
. Manage research data, including notes, records, transcripts, photots, reports. Manage iSEE’s bokoselves. Manage and assist other activities of workshops, trainings.
. Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the field of anthropology, sociology, public health, economics and other social sciences;
. Have passion for reading, writing and reseaches;
. Have basic knowledge and strong interest in development issues;
. Academical writing;
. Experience working with grassroots communities is a plus;
. Good command of Microsoft Word, Excel. Knowledge of Endnote, SPSS and STATA is a plus;
. Communication and writing skills in English is a plus.
For those who are interested in applying for the position, please send your application (letter of interest and CV with details on qualifications and experiences) to Ms. Phùng Thị Tường Vân via email email@example.com
Application form: Only via email
Deadline: 17h00 on 30/09/2019
Interview announcement: Via email only to selected candidate, maximum 15 working days after the deadline of application.
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We welcome all applications, regardless of ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression; candidates that are belong to underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. The recruitment process is based on fair standards.