Student Assistantship – Qualitative Research Analysis support (Period September-October 2020)

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We are looking for an AIT student who wants to be a part (as a student assistant) of an international project “Understanding Barriers and Working Pathways Towards Women Political Participation in Myanmar”.

The project aims to understand the barriers and working pathways towards women’s political participation by using qualitative data analysis. Your work consists in assisting the co-investigators with qualitative data analysis by using the NVivo software.

1. Background

1.1. Funder: IDRC Canada (International Development Research Centre) 
1.2. Project: Understanding Barriers and Working Pathways Towards Women Political Participation in Myanmar
1.4. Project Host: GDS

2. Team

Co-investigators: J. Chatterjee, P. Doneys, K. Kusakabe
Research Fellow: GEN (Myanmar), McGill University (Canada) 

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3. Role of SA

To assist Co-Investigators with qualitative data analysis; manage and file transcripts; use assigned themes to code and organize the data.

4. Qualifications

  • Current AIT students enrolled in Master or Ph.D programs. 
  • Previous research experience recommended. 
  • Basic computer skills.
  • Good command of English (IELTS 6.5 or above). 
  • Knowledge of gender and development recommended.

5. Remuneration

  • Rate:: B250/hour 
  • Hours may vary though we expect a minimum of 40-60 hours of work. We can extend if necessary.

6. Additional advantages

Can enrich your CV through

  • Gaining knowledge in qualitative data analysis
  • Gaining experience in a global multinational project
  • An opportunity to learn about women’s political participation in Myanmar

7. How to Apply

  • Attach a short CV
  • Upload your document at the link below
  • Deadline: 31 August 2020 
  • There will be a selection process.