We are looking for a junior data analytics specialist with a heart for humanitarian questions and data analyse. As our data analytics specialist, you will be an essential part of our work and ambitions of having high qualitative data and usage of data. This aims to ensure continued efficient fundraising and financing of our lifesaving medical care to people in need across the world.
In this role, you will understand our information systems, data infrastructure and data flow. You will ensure qualitative data and work with our data visualisation tools to enable analysis and evaluation of fundraising investments and activities.
You will discover meaningful relationships, anomalies and trends within the data.
When your colleagues ask for insights, you can translate the questions into graphs and charts for deeper analysis. You will help your colleagues understand and evangelize the importance of a data driven decision culture.
This role is a part of a cross functional fundraising team in the Stockholm office. A team that consists of a great variety of experts were our senior data specialist and our fundraising analyst, will be two close colleagues.
Ensure qualitative data, migration of data and turn data into critical information and visualizations that can be used to make sound business decisions.
Develop reports and data visualizations gleaned from data from various sources and systems, to facilitate strategic decision making.
Explores data using techniques and tools such as basic queries, meaningful relationships, anomalies, and trends within the data.
We are looking for you with
Commitment to humanitarian principles and values
Academic degree within computer science, statistics or similar
Excellent user of common IT tools, especially Excel (pivot, formula, query, basic vba) as well as Power BI (or equivalent BI system) and MS Office and digital tools within Office 365
Experience of working with Customer Relationship Management systems and BI software such as Qlikview / Qliksense
Fluent in English, both written and spoken
It's valuable if you have
The ability to convey information and insights in Swedish, both written and spoken.
The social environment at MSF Sweden
As an employee at MSF Sweden you will be part of a movement providing people with medical aid and humanitarian care. We work in an international, informal and welcoming environment. All of us working for MSF Sweden have a strong engagement to our common goal, saving lives and alleviate suffering. We are a value-based organization which is strongly felt whether you work in the field, as a volunteer or in the office. We work in teams, which means we all must take responsibility, trust each other and work on giving and taking feedback. We are easy going and never hesitate when someone needs our help. We want you to feel respected, whoever you are. Working at MSF means you have the possibility to take initiative and, in that way, learn and grow, both on an individual and a team level. To be able to save lives and alleviate suffering, communication is essential, both internally between the office and field, and externally from us to the world.
Employment terms and conditions
Entry date: as soon as possible
Type of contract: temporary position until 2022-01-31
Work hours: 37,5 hours/week is full time (possibility to use flex)
Salary: 29 044 SEK/month. Läkare Utan Gränser do not apply an individual salary scale, which means the salary is set according to MSF Sweden salary scale.
Benefits: Pension, health insurance, life insurance, travel insurance, insurance for work related injuries, wellness contribution (2000 SEK/year)
Full compensation day 1-14 of sick leave
Vacation: 27 days/year
You need a valid work permit to work in Sweden
As an employee with MSF Sweden you are bound by the collective bargaining agreement for non-profit organisations between Fremia and Unionen & Akademikerförbunden
Apply no later than June 21st with CV and cover letter via our recruitment system. We do not accept applications on email due to GDPR. MSF values diversity and is committed to create an inclusive working environment. We are an equal opportunity employer, who welcomes all qualified applications. We encourage you to apply without a photo in your CV and only focus on presenting achievements, skills, and experience relevant to the job.
Questions regarding the role? Please contact Insight and Production Manager Gabriella Hernqvist at email@example.com. Local Union Representative (Unionen) is Petter Hägg, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to review your application!
Doctors without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organization determined to bring quality medical care to people in crises around the world, when and where they need regardless of religion, ethnical background or political view. Our fundamental principles are neutrality, impartiality, independence and medical ethics. In Sweden we raise funds, recruit field workers, communicate, advocate for change and provide operational services to contribute to saving lives and alleviating suffering in the world. We are around a hundred people working for MSF Sweden at our office at Liljeholmen, Stockholm.