The Learning Institute is now seeking a creative and proactive candidate to work with the Learning Institute team to develop and implement an effective overall strategic program planning of the Learning Institute; and coordinating with multidisciplinary teams to design and implement the project through the research, training, and documentation and networking core functions of the Learning Institute.
Conduct field studies, training assessment and delivery, community group formation and dialogue events;
Documentation/case study on gender awareness, livelihoods improvement;
Prepare and deliver community;
Initial design impact assessment work/scope;
Mentoring and support to local community in target areas of LI’s project;
Developing and conducting M&E of the project based on overall project work plan as well annual work plan;
Contribute to research reports and publications;
Contribute ideas for proposal development, website and other communications;
Coordination of activities, co-develop workplans and budgets, progress and annual reports;
Provide inputs to the development of the annual work plan.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
- Degree in a discipline relevant to the focus of the Rural Livelihoods and Natural Resources Development Research Program;
- Three years of relevant project experience in natural resource management or related field;
- Experience and understanding of action research, collaborative research and/or research capacity building;
- Project Management skills, including planning, monitoring and reporting;
- Proposal development experience;
- Excellent English (oral and written), communication and organizational skills.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Last date for applications: 23 March 2018
This is an urgent call and candidates sending in their applications must be willing to start immediately.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview