PARIS21 is Hiring:

gender

Policy Analyst - Gender Statistics

PARIS21 is looking for a Policy Analyst with a strong background in National Statistical Systems and Gender statistics to lead its work with the UN Women on Making Every Woman and Girl Count initiative. The selected candidate will drive the work to strengthen statistical systems to produce gender statistics that are consistent, of high quality, and are timely and relevant to policy makers, academics, civil society organisations and citizens.

For more information and to apply (before midnight 24/01/2018):

https://oecd.taleo.net/careersection/ext/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=11876  

 

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