Start Network is made up of more than 50 aid agencies across five continents, ranging from large international organisations to national NGOs. Together, our aim is to transform humanitarian action through innovation, fast funding, early action, and localisation.
As a researcher you will support the research activities of the Start Network and its programmes. Working with the Head of Evidence, you will conduct research, interpret data and communicate findings across of a range of projects which support evidencing the impact and learning of the Start Network activities. These could involve literature and desk reviews, primary data collection through surveys, and synthesis of secondary data sources.
The areas of research may vary from competitive landscape analyses of the humanitarian financing sector and economic evaluations of early action through to syntheses of narratives on influencing policies and practices. You will also be measuring the performance and impact of the programmatic areas as well as the network itself. You will have the necessary skills to move through the entire research process from hypothesis development, tool design, data analysis and presentation of findings.
You will have strong communication skills and confident working across the Start team, with members, donors and other stakeholders. am, with members, donors and other stakeholders.
Based on government guidance for working safely during COVID-19, we are all working from home. However, there is a voluntary option to work from our offices on a rota system. Our COVID-19 risk assessment will be shared.
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