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TaRL Measurement and Monitoring Associate: Nigeria
Duration: Fixed one year with the possibility of renewal subject to donor funding
Reports to: Kebbi StateTaRL Manager with support from the TaRL Africa Central Measurement and Monitoring Team
Apply by: 23rd April 2021
Role purpose: Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) Africa seeks a Monitoring and Measurement (M&M) Associate to support the measuring and monitoring component of TaRL interventions in Nigeria. The role will begin by focusing on the design and development of a TaRL programme in Kano. The M&M Associate will work together with Kebbi state government to design a feasible and scalable monitoring strategy which integrates as much as possible into existing structures and systems, as well as provide ongoing support to Quality Assurance and EMIS officials to build their capacity to understand and respond to data. This role provides an excellent opportunity to improve the learning outcomes of primary school children in Kebbi State and to be part of a leading evidence-based initiative tackling the learning crisis in Africa.
The role will also require extensive travel within Kebbi state.
Measurement and Monitoring Manager, TaRL Africa
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
Reports to: Measurement and Monitoring Lead
Apply by: 11th April 2021
About the Role:
Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) Africa seeks a Measurement and Monitoring (M&M) Manager to manage all measurement, monitoring, and review activities for TaRL Africa.
Assessments, Mentoring, and Review are critical components of a TaRL program, and therefore the M&M manager will play a crucial role in strengthening TaRL programs in Africa by providing oversight to the country teams and partners on M&M strategy and helping them take data-driven decisions. S/he will be responsible for tracking the implementation and outcomes of TaRL Africa programs, and delivery against TaRL Africa’s overall strategy and work plan. S/he will also support the design and implementation of pilots to innovate on measurement/ mentoring components of TaRL programs.
This role provides a unique opportunity to improve the learning outcomes of children across Africa and to be part of a leading evidence-based initiative tackling the learning crisis in Africa. The role will be based in Nairobi with extensive international travel.
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What is TaRL Africa?
Pratham and J-PAL have come together to create the TaRL Africa team, dedicated to supporting the growth of TaRL at scale on the continent.