Vacancies at USAID Tanzania, December 2017
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USAID1TANZANIA DATA FOR DEVELOPMENT is a four year activity being implemented by Mendez England & Associates and NORC at the University of Chicago, to provide services that strengthen the production and analysis of high quality data and enable USAID, its implementing and local partners to make timely and evidence-based programmatic decisions to improve development outcomes in Tanzania. The activity consists of three components:
1) Improved Evaluation, Assessment, and Research Services;
2) Strengthened Performance Monitoring and Reporting; and
3) Building of Internal and External Capacity.
NORC is currently seeking to hire three (3) positions for this activity.
(1) Survey. Specialist to support all quantitative data collection activities including instrument design, selection of data collection firms, training of enumerators, oversight of field work, and data entry and analysis.
(2) Learning and Adapting Specialist who will provide technical assistance and training to implementers and Tanzanian Institutions.
(3) Local Institution Specialist, to work closely with the Tanzanian government and private sector organizations to prepare development plans, provide training and technical assistance in M&E, coordinate capacity building and serve as liaison for their relationship with the project.
The assignment is based in Tanzania, and is a full-time position over a multi-year period. If you are interested in applying for any of the above positions please contact Sewit (Tesfaselassiefirstname.lastname@example.org) for more details on the required qualifications for this position.
Source: The Guardian December 11, 2017
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