This position is located in the Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB), Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking (OCFT), in the Division of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning. OCFT's work in the area of policy engagement, technical assistance, research, and reporting contribute to the adoption, implementation, and enforcement of worker rights related to child labor, forced labor, and human trafficking.Learn more about this agency
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- Collects and compiles qualitative and quantitative data from a variety of sources for analysis.
- Reviews grantee performance data submissions and ensures data are meaningful, complete, standardized, and consistent.
- Develops systems for storing and analyzing data, such as program databases.
- Utilizes a wide variety of data visualization methods and techniques to accurately and effectively communicate data and data analysis findings.
- Uses knowledge of research and analytical methods to assess and synthesize a variety of sources of information.
- Develops and prepares in-depth analysis of assigned issues at national, regional and global levels to provide inputs for reports, assessments, and other monitoring and evaluation-related documents
- Applies a wide range of quantitative and/or qualitative methods to assess and improve program effectiveness.
- Prepares relevant reports, guidance documents, talking points, briefing books, memos, letters, proposals and background papers for managers and senior staff as directed.
- Consistently writes clear, concise, organized, high-quality products.
- Presents information to a variety of audiences, including senior management, in a clear and effective manner.
- Conducts oversight activities to ensure effective implementation of cooperative agreements and contracts on child labor and forced labor-related topics.
- Tracks adherence and compliance with provisions of contracts and cooperative agreements.
- Ensures that key evaluation and audit findings, results of performance monitoring data analysis, and other lessons, findings, and outcomes produced by technical assistance monitoring and evaluation activities are shared with relevant stakeholders.
Occasional travel - Travel is up to 5% per year.
13 - There is no obligation to provide future promotions if you are selected. Promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, meet all the performance requirements, and supervisor’s recommendation to the next grade.
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