[bestbits] Research position at the ILO

parminder (via bestbits Mailing List) bestbits at lists.bestbits.net
Wed Mar 13 04:26:10 EDT 2019

PL ignore the earlier email... It seems that ILO either filled up the
post or changed their mind since when they sent it to me for circulation
about a week back. The link now says the position is no longer

On 13/03/19 1:05 PM, parminder wrote:
> I was at a meeting at the ILO earlier this month, and they asked to
> circulate this position on relevant elists... parminder
> The position will contribute to the research programme on innovation,
> digital technologies and decent work. This area of research explores
> changes in production processes, production structure, productivity
> and wage growth, changes in job profile and skills needs, among others
> as a result of innovations and digital technologies, and how it
> impacts economic, social and labour market outcomes at both the micro
> and macro level. It will also evaluate working conditions, the role of
> unions and social dialogue, and employment legislations in the
> changing world of work. The research programme will analyse the issues
> from a multidisciplinary lens including gender perspective using mixed
> methods approach with the aim of developing policy objectives to
> achieve more equitable outcomes. The position requires a strong
> ability to conceptualise, analyse using innovative methods and
> techniques and convey the main findings of the work in a clear,
> succinct manner to a non-technical audience. It also includes building
> external networks with researchers, academic and policy-oriented
> institutions to engage them in the department's work and contribute to
> developing research proposals.
> You can access the job opening in the following link below:
> https://jobs.ilo.org/job/Geneva-Research-Officer-1200/513495501/
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