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The Worker Welfare team will support and protect the health, safety, welfare, security, rights and the dignity of each worker on its projects.
The Assistant Manager - Data Analysis will be supporting the Worker Welfare team in conducting analysis, research, following up with implementation of worker welfare principles across its operations.
Main responsibilities of the role include:
- Supporting and assisting with outputs from direct worker outreach activities;
- Providing support on worker welfare matters and mitigation of risk;
- Conducting compliance audits from time to time of contractors in line with worker welfare policy;
- Developing guidance notes on tackling specific worker welfare challenges;
- Responsible to work closely with contractors and provide rectification advice for closeout of identified non-compliances;
- Conducting research, analysis and writing of qualitative and quantitative information relating to worker welfare;
- Statistical analysis and reporting of worker welfare findings and data;
- Management of central information of logged worker welfare findings of non-compliances;
- Assisting in undertaking investigations of worker welfare matters and preparation of reports.
3+ years relevant experience, as well as:
- A degree in a relevant subject, such as labour rights, law, international politics, international development, public policy, international business, or the social sciences. Work experience in lieu of a Master’s degree can be considered;
- Knowledge of, and experience in managing migrant worker issues in the Gulf, and the associated risks and responsibilities of businesses;
- Innovative, creative and comfortable working in an interdisciplinary team;
- A strong understanding of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, ILO Conventions relevant to the Middle East, and have experience dealing with businesses on worker welfare topics;
- Also expected to undertake field work and be effective under pressure;
- Excellent analytical skills with a deep understanding of the construction and service industries in the Gulf and can communicate effectively both orally and in written form;
- Relevant work experience in risk consulting, labour or human rights research, international development, international aid work or similar backgrounds;
- Strong interpersonal communications skills, along with advanced IT skills and demonstrable proficiency in the full Microsoft Office suite
•Fluent written and spoken English