VACANCY: Results Measurement Specialists in Kenya (2x)

Vacancy Summary

  • Organisation Type: Government / non profit
  • Sector: Financial Services, NGOs / Government
  • Field of Expertise: Project Management, Specialist
  • Work Experience: 6-10 years
  • Preferred Candidates: Both international and national jobseekers invited to apply
  • Posted on: Apr 09, 2019
  • Vacancy closing date: Apr 24, 2019

Job Description

Established in 2012 and supported by UK Aid, FSD Africa is a development agency working to strengthen financial markets across sub-Saharan Africa. We support breakthrough ideas that we believe can transform access to finance for governments, businesses and people in sub-Saharan Africa.
We design our programmes around the needs of our partners, providing a combination of investment, grants, market insights and technical assistance.

FSD Africa is growing strongly – in staff numbers, geographic footprint and funds under management. We are looking to hire two Results Measurement Specialists to join our Nairobi-based team. You will be working to implement effective measurement, demonstration of performance and adaptive management of FSD Africa’s fast-expanding programme.

Specific objectives and activities will include, but will not be limited to:
- Support FSD Africa’s project due diligence initiatives.
- Work with partners to establish and implement MRM plans.
- Manage impact studies including routine outcome monitoring initiatives.
- Support Value for Money (VfM) assessment initiatives.
- Facilitate both internal and external learning. Contribute to the review and refinement of FSD Africa’s MRM approach.
- Contribute to the review and refinement of FSDA’s MRM approach.

Applications must be received by close of business 24 April 2019.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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