ILO Vacancy: Internship – Labour Market Analysis (Jakarta), Indonesian

ILO Vacancy: Internship – Labour Market Analysis (Jakarta), Indonesian
ILO is looking for a suitable canadidate for internship.

1. Background
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a tripartite U.N. agency with government, employer, and worker representatives as its constituents. This tripartite structure makes the ILO a unique forum in which the governments and the social partners of the economy of its Member States can freely and openly debate and elaborate labour standards and policies. The ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste is carrying out a diverse programme of activities and projects through its Decent Work Country Programme related to issues such as employment, labour rights and standards, social protection and skills development in order to support Indonesia in its development of an inclusive, sustainable and job rich economy and society.
As part of ILO Indonesia's Decent Work Country Programme, each year the Office develops knowledge products to ensure that constituents have access to the latest information on employment trends. The Office recently published the sixth issue of the Labour and Social Trends report for in Indonesia, which focused on reinforcing the role of decent work in equitable growth in 2013. In 2014, the Office will prepare the seventh issue of the Labour and Social Trends report for in Indonesia, which will concentrate on planning for job rich growth within the context of regional integration. 
More details below.

Vacancy No:
8 August 2014
Position title:
Internship – Labour Market Analysis
Deadline for application:
21 August 2014
Project title:

Employment trends
Organization unit:
ILO CO Jakarta
Duty Station: 
Jakarta, Indonesia
Contract type:   

5  months : 1 September 2014 – 31 January 2015
Expected starting date:
1 September 2014

For any questions related to this internship, please contact: Ms. Emma Allen, Technical Officer, ILO CO Jakarta – allen@ilo.org . This internship is pending project approval.

2. The Internship
To support the development of the Labour and Social Trends Report for 2014, the ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste is seeking an intern to provide assistance on labour market analysis. The intern will support labour market analysis through developing a database of labour market variables and through supporting the analysis of these variables.
The intern will be based in Jakarta and will report to the Technical Officer - Labour Market Economist. In cooperation with the Technical Officer - Labour Market Economist, the intern may coordinate with the various specialists in the Decent Work Technical Support Team for East and South-East Asia and the Pacific and the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, both in Bangkok.

  • Support the preparation of a database of labour market variables; 
  • Support the preparation of tables and figures based on the labour market variables; 
  • Contribute to the knowledge management and knowledge sharing strategies of the Office; 
  • Other relevant tasks requested by the Technical Officer - Labour Market Economist and the Director of the ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste.
3. Experience and qualifications
Education: Must in last year of Master’s degree or higher degree programme or have graduated within the last 12 months, with courses in statistics, labour market analysis and employment, and/or economics.

Competencies: ore competencies include adaptability, collaboration, communication, initiative, integrity, knowledge management, problem solving and decision making and sensitivity to diversity. The intern should be able to work independently as well as part of a team and be initiative and flexible.
Application: The ILO promotes equal employment opportunities. 

Therefore, qualified women and men are encouraged to apply and submit their application along with CV, other supporting documents and references, addressed to:
Email: hrdjkt@ilo.org
Fax: 310 0766
Only qualified candidates will be notified.
The ILO promotes opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive employment in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity