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Junior EU Aid Volunteer in Data Analysis in Lebanon [WWGVC14_LEB_DAT_JR]

— 1 positions
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The EU Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council establishing the European Voluntary Humanitarian Aid Corps – EU Aid Volunteers and related legislation create a framework for joint contributions from European volunteers to support and complement humanitarian aid in third countries. Therefore, the EU Aid Volunteers Initiative provides opportunities to European citizens and long-term residents, from a wide range of backgrounds and with a diversity of skills and professional experience, to get involved in humanitarian aid projects, support the provision of needs-based humanitarian aid in third countries and engage in volunteering opportunities, through deployment and online-volunteering.

The initiative focuses on strengthening the European Union's capacity to deliver needs-based humanitarian aid by providing professional support through the deployment of trained volunteers to people in need. Furthermore, it aims to strengthen the capacity and resilience of vulnerable communities in third countries, through the implementation of joint projects between experienced humanitarian operators and local organizations in third countries.

The EU Aid Volunteers Initiative offers:

  • Opportunities for European citizens to become EU Aid Volunteers in humanitarian projects worldwide, showing solidarity with those who most need it;
  • Professional support by trained and well-prepared volunteers to communities affected by disaster;
  • Capacity building for local staff and volunteers of organizations in countries hit by disasters;
  • Technical assistance for organizations based in Europe to strengthen their capacity to participate in the EU Aid Volunteers initiative.

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WEWORLD-GVC (Italy), Alianza por la Solidaridad (Spain), Acción contra el Hambre (Spain), Action Aid Hellas (Greece) and FOCSIV (Italy) are international non-governmental organizations that have joined their expertise in management of humanitarian action worldwide and now implement the “EU Aid Volunteers acting for LRRD” project.

The objective is to add value to the Commission’s European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations Department and other Humanitarian Operations (ECHO) with the support of 47 trained EU Aid Volunteers working within 19 hosting organizations in 19 Countries.

3 senior (more than 5 years of professional experience) and 44 junior (less than 5 years of professional experience) EU Aid Volunteers will be deployed in 19 countries (Bangladesh, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Colombia, Georgia, Guatemala, Haiti, Lebanon, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Niger, Palestine, Senegal, Thailand, Tunisia).

The project aims also at building the capacities of local organizations in hosting volunteers, preventing emergencies and being prepared in case of disaster.

Moreover, Europeans and Nationals will work together to strengthen the resilience capacity of vulnerable communities in least developed and fragile countries.

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In the framework of this project WEWORLD-GVC deploys 3 EU Aid Volunteer to Lebanon.

To know more EUAV opportunities in this and other Countries with WE WORLD-GVC please consult this page:

Humanitarian Context

Lebanon, a country of 4.4 million inhabitants, is a sharply divided nation whose fragile peace is routinely threatened by conflicts taking place across the Middle East.
Beyond the tensions that endure between its various religious and political factions, Lebanon also faces a number of humanitarian hurdles like an underdeveloped agricultural south, a growing refugee burden and spillover from the war in neighboring Syria.
In fact, Lebanon is hosting around 1.1 million Syrian refugees (including non–registered), 42 000 Palestinian refugees from Syria, 6 000 Iraqi refugees and nearly 450 000 refugees from Palestine. This makes it the highest per-capita concentration of refugees worldwide, where one person out of four is a refugee. Since the outbreak of the Syrian crisis in 2011, hundreds of thousands of refugees have crossed into Lebanon seeking safety and shelter, more than 75% of which are children and women. This influx has added strain on the country’s economy and infrastructure.

The pressure is felt in all sectors including education, health, housing, water and electricity supply. As time goes by, competition for jobs and resources is also fueling tensions in certain areas between Lebanese host communities and Syrian refugees. Security along the border areas, particularly in Akkar and the northern Bekaa Valley, make humanitarian access and the delivery of assistance very challenging. The fighting in Arsal in August 2014 was a turning point.

Lebanon is in an earthquake zone, but there have been no damaging tremors in recent years.

Security conditions

The security situation in Lebanon is stable at the moment, but unpredictable. Driving standards are poor and the accident rate is quite high.
In view of the situation in Lebanon in terms of security, all the necessary instructions and security manuals and rules will be given to the EU Aid Volunteer.
The EU Aid Volunteer will be hosted by WEWORLD-GVC Lebanon, responsible of coordination and implementation of activities at national level. The EU Aid Volunteer will also work in direct coordination with local implementing partners aiming to building local community resilience to disasters.


We uphold the Humanitarian Principles: humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independency.

We affirmatively engage the most vulnerable communities.

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Insure timely and properly processed data

• Data mining, cleaning and munging of the Integrated Protection System of Indicators (IPSI) and any other data collection (NCP, field research) and upon Programme and Advocacy departments requests and guidance;
• Data crunching of GVC existing and accessible datasets, to extract occurrences to confront and validate IPSI and Protection Dashboard data analysis;
• Data Analysis support to the programme and advocacy departments in close relationship with IM and Data analysis department, and technical link with Protection Task Force;
• Support to design and develop quantitative and qualitative analysis tools and systems to streamline the calculation of trends and time analyses, suporting programme and advocacy departments;
• Analyse and insure that GVC field team employ standard and methodologically relevant data collection techniques;

Identify, extract and formalize the information needed from the existing data

• Day to day quantitative analysis of data uploaded to the platform and constant backstopping with IMC, under the supervision of the Data Analysis and Research Specialist ;
• Support the Programme and Advocacy departments in elaborating qualitative analysis, insuring the proper data filling for the use of softwares for qualitative analysis;
• Constantly triangulate data within the IPSI by maintaining technical contact with field staff as agreed technical relevant staff;
• On spot visits to check data collection and field presence, when necessary, to insure that the data analysis reflects the real situation in the affected communities;

Substantiating relevant information in close collaboration with the mission and Protection Task Force

• Provide data analysis support in the design and development of new initiatives and proposals;
• Keep constant and systematic update of statistics, for regular information sharing with the field and management teams,
• Support the Programme and Advocacy Departments in the elaboration of reports, outputs of analysis, infographics, trend analyses and any other relevant output;
• Prepare lesson learned and share it with team in short trainings and/or briefings in order to improve data collection and first drafting of analysis by field staff;

Communication and Awareness on EU Aid Volunteers Initiative

The EU Aid Volunteer shall:
• Promote local volunteerism in disaster risk reduction, prevention and response;
• Train local volunteers on organization and implementation of volunteer-based activities, when applicable;
• Promote partnerships and collaboration between local and European organizations;
• Draft and publish articles describing volunteer's experience in the field;
• Gather audiovisual materials to be used in a public awareness activity in the volunteer's local community in Europe;
• In coordination with the NGOs partner of the project, organize and execute a public awareness activity once back in Europe;


The EU Aid Volunteer shall perform other duties, as required.

No apprenticeship is foreseen for this position.

Required competences


  • University Degree in Information Technology or Statistics, and a background in social and human sciences (alternative experience may be considered)


  • Fluent in English both written and spoken;
  • Knowledge of Arabic is desirable.


  • Proven analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate information with attention to details and accuracy;
  • Excellent computer skills;
  • Stress management;
  • Adaptability;
  • Team working;
  • Intercultural awareness and respectful attitude towards other customs and traditions;
  • Good interpersonal, team working skills and ability to work independently;
  • Good ability to adapt to the situation of instability;
  • Desirable: Knowledge and experience with major softwares and automated systems for qualitative analysis; experience in drafting analytics and outreach reports for public and key stakeholders;


  • Previous experience in data management, data analysis and Information Management System is a must (at least 2 years);
  • Good general knowledge of the full Office suite;
  • Good general Knowledge of R coding.
  • Previous experience in developing countries is preferred;

Prior volunteer experience is an asset.

Selection criteria
Applications are made directly within the sending organisation, please check out the how to apply section.

The candidate for EU Aid Volunteers must be a citizen of the EU or a third country national who is a long-term resident in an EU Member State, and must have a minimum age of 18 years.

The candidate for EU Aid Volunteers must be a citizen of the EU or a third country national who is a long-term resident in an EU Member State, and must have a minimum age of 18 years.
Availability for the following activities:

• Training in presence is from the 25th of September to the 9th of October 2019;
• Pre-deployment induction in WEWORLD-GVC HQ, in Bologna, at the end of November 2019;
• Deployment starting from December 2019.

Candidates must satisfy the requirements set out in Regulation (EU) No 375/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 April 2014 establishing the European Voluntary Humanitarian Aid Corps ("EU Aid Volunteers initiative"), which include having a minimum age of 18 years old and being a citizen of EU or a third country national who is a long-term resident in an EU Member State.

WE WORLD-GVC applies a policy of equal opportunities and accepts applications without distinction on the grounds of sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age or sexual orientation.

Condition of service

The EU Aid Volunteer will attend a 30-hours online training and a 9-12-days in presence training before her/his deployment.
The in presence training will have a standard part for all the candidates and some optional modules, decided according to the competences of the EU Aid Volunteer and the needs of the hosting organization.
The EU Aid Volunteer will have a Learning and Development Plan for the on-going assessment of her/his competences during the deployment.

Hosting Organization:
• The Hosting Organization for the present deployment is WEWORLD-GVC Lebanon;

Length of Deployment:
• 6 months ;

Deployment duty station:
• Beirut, Lebanon;

Conditions of service during deployment:
• A monthly Subsistence Lump Sum (474,19 € per month) intends to cover basic needs and local transport.
• In addition, for each month of deployment 100 euro of post deployment resettlement allowance are foreseen
• Accommodation, Visa fees, insurance and airfares will be covered directly by sending and/or hosting organization.
• The working calendar will be corresponding to the agenda and system established in the field.
• For each month of voluntary activity two days of rest are foreseen, in addition to public holidays. It is highly recommended not to use the rest days during the first and the last month of deployment.

Conditions related to in-presence training:
• If a candidate volunteer is working outside of the EU, travel costs will be fully covered if EU citizens legally reside in a non-EU country for long-term or forever (i.e. who live in that country);
• EU citizens who are on a temporary assignment in a third country that lasts more than 18 months;
On the contrary, only travel costs from an EU country to the training venue shall be covered if:
• EU citizens on a temporary assignment in a third country that lasts less than 18 months;
• EU citizens selected by the same organization or affiliate with which they have an on-going assignment in the third country if this assignment is longer than 18 months;
Please note that more than one candidate per position will attend the training, to create an additional pool to cover drop-outs and unforeseen needs.

Selection process

To apply, the candidate shall fulfill the Application Form online, attach the CV, a Motivation Letter and the Self-Assessment Questionnaire.

• Submission of applications: from 28/06/2019 to 28/07/2019;
• Shortlisting and interviews of the candidates: from 29/07/2019 to 20/08/2019.

In case of changes of the dates, the candidates will be notified.

• All the interviews will be done online. The interviews have the aim to explore both the competences and the motivations of the candidates;
• The selected candidate/s for each vacancy will be notified by 23/08/2019. The date of the notification may vary according to the number of application received;
• The selected candidate/s will attend an online and in-presence training, which are part of the selection process;
• Please note that more than one candidate per position will attend the training;
• The final decision about the candidate to be deployed will be taken just by sending and hosting organization after the training

Date of training
Training will take place from the 25th of September to the 9th of October 2019 in Belgium. Training sessions will be in English.
Apprenticeship Placement
No apprenticeship is foreseen for this position.
Pre-deployment preparation and induction
The pre-deployment induction is a compulsory activity for all the EU Aid Volunteers. It is foreseen at WE WORLD-GVC HQ in Bologna before the departure. Two days of specific in-country induction are foreseen in Lebanon at her/his arrival.
01/12/2019 - 31/05/2020
Post-deployment activities
After the end of the deployment, the EU Aid Volunteer will have a final debriefing and will take part to the final activities of the project, that will be communicated during the pre-deployment induction.
Self assessment questionnaire
File SAQ