Field Coordinator at LEAD Foundation Tanzania October 2023, Tanzania Jobs » NGO and Social Work Jobs, working alongside the principal investigators to lead/assist in the management of field work, field data collection and ensure secure storage of information and data to contribute to development of the program’s monitoring and evaluation framework and Theory of Change,
Field Coordinator at LEAD Foundation
- JOB TITLE – FIELD COORDINATOR – IMPACT EVALUATION (1 POST)
- Contract to be offered – 2 years (with possibility of extension up to 56 months)
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
To undertake high quality research including conducting and advising on quantitative techniques in impact evaluation, process evaluations, scoping studies, systematic reviews and evidence gap maps across a range of sectors but with particular emphasis on health, ecosystem services, agriculture and climate change adaptation. Working alongside the principal investigators to lead/assist in the management of field work, field data collection and ensure secure storage of information and data To contribute to development of the program’s monitoring and evaluation framework and Theory of Change, and to develop and implement appropriate methods of data collection, analysis and reporting To contribute to peer-reviewed publications, policy reports and other output, according to publication and authorship guidelines. To lead on new methods and/or development of innovative research topics and study designs including but not limited to capacitybuilding, evaluation methods, database development, evidence uptake and use.
Qualifications A postgraduate degree in public health, ecosystem services or climate change adaptation, or other relevant area that includes that includes advanced training in statistics, econometrics, experimental and quasi-experimental methods.Field Coordinator at LEAD Foundation
Advance use of statistical software (R, Stata, SAS or other equivalent) Contributions to written output, preferably peer-reviewed articles Proven ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively as part of a dynamic research team Proven ability to meet research deadlines Evidence of excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing in English and Kiswahili. Evidence of good organizational skills, including effective time management
Experience Relevant experience and in-depth knowledge of experimental and quasi-experimental methods applied in impact evaluation for research purposes Experience conducting, managing and quality-assuring data collection activities Desirable criteriaSome experience of contributing to research grant applications.Some experience of teaching and assessment and in developing teaching/educational resourcesSome experience of supervising and supporting junior researchers and/or research degree students, and non-academic staff.
Please note: This post involves frequent travel to remote project sites.