Associate Statistician | London | Full Time | Monthly Pay – £3,800 – £4,100 (Nett of tax and before Pension deduction) with one dependent.
Our client is an intergovernmental body, set up in 1963 under the auspices of the United Nations, responsible for implementing the International Coffee Agreement (2007) to strengthen the global coffee sector and promote its sustainable development in economic, social, and environmental terms.
Are you the right person for the job?
Full secretarial qualifications complemented by a first university degree in administration or a relevant field or equivalent in academic preparation.
Good knowledge of the IT systems of the Organisation (MS365, Excel, Word, Power Point)
Excellent command of the English language, oral and written, and a good knowledge of one, preferably two of the official languages of the Organization (Spanish, Portuguese and French).
Ability to deal with and make arrangements for visitors at all levels and to establish good working relations with staff and external contacts.
Ability to deal with matters of a confidential nature.
Flexibility regarding working hours and tasks to be performed and ability to work under pressure.
What will your role as an Associate Statistician look like?
Contributing to the timely collection, estimation, processing and dissemination of statistical data and information on the global coffee sector:
Inputting data on prices, inventories, trade, and other indicators to the statistical database on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis
Within the delegated authority, responding to internal and external requests for information, and maintaining and updating web pages
Reaching out to and update ICO statistical contacts to ensure effective provision of data
Supporting the improvement of recurring collection and reporting processes by refining code and creating documentation
Preparing datasets for analysis, including merging, cleaning, and recoding data
Analysing historical datasets to find outliers and anomalies, as well as documenting and correcting known data quality issues.
Assist in the collection, processing, and dissemination of statistical data, including but not limited to the preparation of written and oral reports to ICO committees, Secretariat and other interested parties and key stakeholders including drafting or contributing to the Coffee Market Report, Monthly Trade Statistics, Coffee Development Report and other mandatory or ad-hoc statistical reports.
Assist in engaging and promoting effective collaboration with a broad range of providers of statistical data on coffee, with emphasis on liaising with representatives of Member States, intergovernmental organizations, trade associations, data subscription services, commodity exchanges and private companies.
Contributing to the development, implementation, management, and maintenance of the ICO World Coffee Statistical Database and liaising with external service providers
Contributing to the development of techniques and procedures for the enhanced collection, compilation, presentation, and dissemination of statistical data including identification of suitable ICT solutions for the Statistics Section and the Operations Division.
Performing other related duties as assigned, including replacing and/or backstopping for others within and outside the section.
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