WeWorld Moldova is looking for a Data Analyst (MEAL Officer M/W)

WeWorld Moldova is looking for a Data Analyst (MEAL officer M/W)

WeWorld is a secular, independent Italian organization that has been active in international cooperation and humanitarian aid since 1971. Present in 27 countries with 165 projects, WeWorld is involved in the following areas of assistance: human rights (gender equality, preventing and combating violence against children and women, migration), humanitarian aid (prevention, emergency relief and rehabilitation), food security, access to water, sanitation and hygiene, education, global citizenship and international volunteering. WeWorld works with local and international partners to develop and implement projects on the ground that improve the daily lives of people in emergency situations, and to guarantee a dignified life, opportunities and a better future through human and economic development programs, within the framework of the Agenda 2030. WeWorld has been present in Moldova and in Ukraine since 2022, in the fields of food security, education, protection, livelihood, and social cohesion.   

Joining the WeWorld team means being part of the development of a dynamic organization where the contribution of each staff member is valued, working together towards the collective achievement of shared goals and vision.  

More information available on https://www.weworld.it/  




Moldova, based in Chisinau 


Determined Contract of 12 months, with a 3-month trial period   

Starting date:  


Line manager:   

Programme Manager 


To be defined according to the candidate's profile. 90% health insurance covering employee, spouse and minor children under 18.  



The Data Analyst will operate through WeWorld Chisinau office under the direct supervision of the Programme Manager. She/he will guarantee adequate monitoring, evaluation, and learning of the projects implemented in Moldova. She/he will oversee the accountability measures in the project, ensuring compliance with WeWorld standards. 


  • Establish and maintain a project information management system extended to all project partners in accordance with the rules of the donors. Ensure exchange of information and compliance with data quality standards. 
  • Ensure that all projects have: a Monitoring and Evaluation Plan, including an Indicator Tracking Matrix, a Post Distribution Monitoring system and the necessary tools for data collection and analysis. 
  • Collaborate with the Project Managers to ensure that the Monitoring and Evaluation systems are adequate for data collection and analysis of each project, capitalization of the experiences is effective, and internal / external sharing of the Monitoring and Evaluation report and lesson learnt is done in a timely and relevant manner. 
  • Guarantees that all information related to the Monitoring and Evaluation system necessary for reporting purposes is available within relevant deadlines. 
  • Guarantees compliance with data protection standards and compliance with entire / external rules and regulations, throughout the project cycle. 
  • Maintain regular contact with the project partners to supervise the quality of the data collection and monitoring activities carried out by the partner, intervening to support the partner staff on Monitoring and Evaluation activities. 
  • Design adequate tools for data collection, including Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) activities in the field. 
  • Carry out data collection, including PDM activities in the field, and provide data analysis and reports. 
  • Support and train the partner on the use of data collection tools if needed. 
  • Develop functional data models for tracking performance measures and indicators. 
  • Make field visits on a regular basis. 
  • Provide technical support to programme teams in data collection, analysis methods, and data management. 
  • Support the implementation of accountability frameworks and feedback mechanisms. 
  • Manage data related to feedback, complaints, and responses, ensuring timely and appropriate actions. 
  • Collaborate with Gender and Protection Team and Project Managers to address accountability issues. 
  • Ensure compliance with Data protection protocols. 
  • Support fundraising efforts by providing data analysis support and insights for proposals. 
  • Perform any other duty requested by the line manager. 


  • Degree in social sciences, humanitarian or international development, computer science, or any relevant field. 
  • Familiarity with data analysis and their visualization, both with ad hoc views and in dashboards, created with Excel, PowerBI and similar. 
  • Familiarity with data protection protocols. 
  • Experience in implementing, monitoring, and evaluation systems. 
  • Experience in team management and/or capacity-building. 
  • Proficiency in data collection (quantitative and qualitative), data management, data analysis, and data reporting. 
  • Knowledge of Ukrainian and Russian is desirable. 
  • Experience in establishing and monitoring a Feedback, Complaint, and Response Mechanism is desirable. 
  • Experience of and commitment to working in general humanitarian projects context. 

WeWorld is an equal opportunity organization and will not allow discrimination based upon age, ethnicity, ancestry, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, or any other status prohibited by applicable law. WeWorld has also a zero-tolerance approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, a child or a vulnerable adult by any of our staff, related persons or partners. Safeguarding checks are part of the selection process. WeWorld commitment to being a safe organization begins with the staff recruitment process which includes meticulous checks, such as criminal records checks or check disclosure of previous convictions, to ensure children and vulnerable people are safeguarded and abuse is prevented. WeWorld promotes a welcoming, diverse and discrimination- and harassment-free workplace and expects the highest standards of behaviour from all its staff, who are requested to adhere to the principles and behavioural rules defined in the CoEC and the Organisational Policies. The Code of Ethics and Conduct (CoEC), PSEAH, Child safeguarding and all the organisational policies can be found here: https://www.weworld.it/en/about-us/transparency   

The Data Analyst must at all times act in accordance with WW's humanitarian quality management system, including WW's Code of Ethics and Conduct (CoEC), PSEAH, Child safeguarding, Antifraud and Anticorruption Policies, and the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership (HAP) Standard.  

This Job Description is an integral part of the employment contract and outlines the responsibilities and expectations associated with the position of Data Analyst at WeWorld Moldova. Both the Organization and the Employee are expected to adhere to the terms and duties described herein.  

  • (1) Pre-selection based on application - (2) Technical test – (3) Individual interview  
  • Applications that do not match the profile or are incomplete will not be considered;   
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the written test and the interview.   


  • A motivation letter addressed to the Programme Manager.   
  • An updated, dated and signed CV including a list of at least two (02) references corresponding to the last direct supervisors (their telephone numbers and e-mail addresses must be specified). Also, the dates (start and end) of the various positions held must be specified.  
  • Receipt of applications: only by e-mail md.hr@weworld.it , quoting the job title in the subject line  
  • Recruitment is open until 08/04/2024 at midnight. 
  • Only successful candidates will be contacted for further consideration. 

Successful candidates must complete their applications with the following documents: a legalized copy of their civil status and identification documents, a legalized copy of each diploma, attestation and/or certificate, and a criminal record dated less than three (03) months.