We are looking for an M&E analyst / research professional to be a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Lead in Iringa, Tanzania. The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Lead will translate data analysis and results into relevant programmatic recommendations that steer our short- and long- term impact strategy, increase farmer impact, and improve our operations.
You will help shape our annual and 5-year impact strategy by providing data-driven recommendations to increase farmer impact.
You will work with in-country and global team members to identify research goals, create survey tools, design efficient field and phone data collection strategies, analyze the results, and report the results, including our annual impact analysis.
You will manage the MEL department and team, including a Field Specialist and Phone Team Coordinator. Your direct reports manage a team of 70+ staff and you will support your team through weekly check-ins, field visits, training, and career reviews.
You will work with fellow MEL Leads and the global MEL team to share insights on Data Quality Management (DQM) procedures, refine impact evaluations and peer-review statistical analyses in Stata
You will report to the Tanzania Impact Division Lead and the Global MEL Lead.
Career Growth and Development
We have a strong culture of constant learning and we invest in developing our people. You’ll have weekly check-ins with your manager, access to mentorship and training programs, and regular feedback on your performance. We hold career reviews every six months, and set aside time to discuss your aspirations and career goals. You’ll have the opportunity to shape a growing organization and build a rewarding long-term career.
Across all roles, these are the general qualifications we look for. For this role specifically, you will have:
- 3+ years experience in monitoring and evaluation, research, or impact evaluation and team management.
- Experience with Stata / R and Excel (can perform complex functions and create graphs) is required.
- Masters degree in International Relations, Public Policy, Statistics, Economics, or related field preferred, but not strictly required.
- Fluency in English is required. Fluency in Kiswahili is not required, but an added advantage.
Preferred Start Date: As soon as possible
Job Location: Iringa, Tanzania
Health insurance, housing, and comprehensive benefits
One Acre Fund can support a work permit for this role. However, nationals of (or those with an extensive professional background and work history in) our countries of operation are preferred.
3 February 2022
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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI), and anti-racism are deeply connected to our organization’s mission and purpose. One Acre Fund aspires to build a culture where all staff feel consistently valued, represented, and connected – so that our team can thrive as professionals, and achieve exceptional impact for the farmers we serve.
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