Research and data analysis consultant At Act for Peace

• Consultant position

• Location: International – remotely from home

• Act for Peace is a dynamic humanitarian aid and development agency

• Flexible work hours ranging from 20 – 30 hours per month, based remotely from your home

• Supporting Act for Peace’s partner-based programming regarding the Graduation out of Poverty approach

• Be part of an experienced, award-winning department

About Act for Peace

We believe all people are created equal, and we should love our neighbours as ourselves. Yet, right now, we’re living in a world of ‘us’ and ‘them’. Divisions are deepening, conflicts are escalating, and climate inaction is placing lives in peril.

It means every day, more of us around the world are forced from our homes by violent conflict and disaster.

For more than 70 years, Act for Peace has brought people together to respond to this injustice. Meeting urgent needs, advocating for change and backing displaced people to reclaim control of their lives. Founded by the Australian churches, we are a diverse collection of people united by a powerful conviction: to create a just and peaceful society, we must work together. It’s both the right thing to do, and the only thing that will work. That’s why we work in solidarity with longterm local partners; and collaborate with local, regional and global networks, academics, governments and the UN; to ensure people uprooted by conflict and disaster have a safe place to belong.


A world where everyone belongs.


To create, together, a world where people uprooted by conflict and disaster have a safe place to belong.

For more information about Act for Peace, including our strategic framework, principles and policies, please visit our website

About the role

The purpose of this position is to support the assessments and consultations needed for a responsive and appropriate project design of graduation out of poverty programming In Ethiopia and In Jordan. The position will contribute to refining data collection tools for socioeconomic assessments and community consultations, and then to analyse data from these and to provide concise and Information reports.

To be selected for this role, you need to be a person with lived experience of displacement. This could include someone who has been internally displaced within your country of origin or someone who has gone to a third country to seek safety and/or to seek refugee status.

We are looking for someone with an interest in and/or experience of humanitarian aid and development programming that supports self-reliance and economic independence of people affected by displacement around the world.

The skills and experience you will need include:

• Fluent English – both written and verbal

• Experience in data collection with primary stakeholders including through community consultations (and ideally private sector and/or government entities)

• Experience in data analysis

• Strong report writing skills including summarising key information in an easy-to-understand way

This is a consultant position based from your home location. Hours depend on the work required each month but would be approximately 20 – 30 hours each month.

As a consultant, you will need your own laptop and Internet connection.

For more information, see the Candidate Info Pack here:

For any queries, contact Mikaela O’Neil at [email protected]

How to apply

Please apply online at

Deadline for applications: 16th December 2022 (interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis and applications will close sooner if a suitable candidate is found).

You will need to upload a copy of your resume and a covering letter detailing how you meet the selection criteria with your application.

For any queries, contact Mikaela O’Neil at [email protected]

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September 2023