ASI is currently seeking to expand its team with one new permanent and full-time role. Information on the recruitment can be accessed below.
The deadline for applications are noted below.
Data Visualisation Developer (Application deadline: May 18, 2021)
Permanent and full time
ASI Director of Standards
To develop rich, interactive data visualisations, information tools and graphics to support ASI’s team, diverse members and stakeholders in progressing ASI’s organisational and broader sustainable development goals.
Competitive – please indicate your salary expectation in your application.
This is a newly created specialist role to gather, analyse, visualise, navigate and communicate ASI-relevant data and support stakeholder interaction internationally. You will use your technical and design skills to create user-centred visualisations for a wide range of audiences, including the ASI Secretariat, the ASI Board and Committees, ASI member companies and organisations, and broader stakeholders. You will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with a dynamic team and great colleagues, bringing your unique skills to conceptualise, design and realise visual solutions across ASI’s work programs in standards, impacts and assurance in the global aluminium value chain. Our work, and the corresponding data sets, relate to a wide range of supply chain sustainability topics.
We are seeking a professional with strong data generation, analysis and visualisation experience, ideally with some exposure or interest in the metals or manufacturing sectors, and a desire to make a difference on global sustainability issues. You will have technical data gathering and analytical skills and experience in implementing a range of data visualisation methods and frameworks, understand principles of effective visual display of information, and bring a graphic design/interaction design approach to your work.
Home office, preferably based in Germany. All current members of the ASI Secretariat work from a home office in various countries (Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Netherlands, UK), collaborating as a virtual team with periodic in-person meetings.
Terms of Appointment:
ASI is an equal opportunity employer. We support flexible, home-based working, and so the pattern of daily working hours may vary according to operational and personal needs. ASI works across different time zones, and early morning or evening work may be required occasionally to connect with the team and our stakeholders.
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