CLOSING DATE: 5pm local time Friday 4th January 2019
SALARY: TSh 24,054,322 gross per annum
LOCATION: Iringa, Tanzania
ABOUT RESTLESS DEVELOPMENT
We know young people have the power to solve the challenges we face in our world, but they are being overlooked and ignored. We are the agency that works with young people so they can lead in solving those challenges. Whether that means supporting communities to end child marriage or prevent HIV, we work with young people to change their lives and the lives of people in their communities. Our programmes are genuinely life-changing, but can’t do any of this without talented, creative individuals at every level of our organisation.
ABOUT THE ROLE
We have been applying our experience to engage young people and young professionals at all levels of our organization to lead change in Tanzania since 1993. Our unique youth-led approach has been cited best practice and won awards from the Stars Foundation, World Bank, UNAIDS, and most recently the 2014 Resolve Award for Mabinti Tushike Hatamu.
Restless Development Tanzania is looking for 2 (two) Assistant Monitoring, Evaluation Research and Learning Coordinators to assist with all Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) activities. S/he will support with implementing M&E systems including indicator targeting, tracking and reporting according to Programme Quality Framework (PQF) and donor standards, managing a data collection system, leading impact assessments and a learning strategy.
HOW TO APPLY
For more information, please download the Job Description below and complete this Online Application Form by 5pm Friday 4th January 2019. Any questions related to the vacancy can be sent to email@example.com.
Please note that we do not accept CVs, resumes or covering letters.
RESTLESS DEVELOPMENT ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
We seek to recruit, retain and develop staff from all sectors of the community and will ensure that no applicant or staff member receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, marital status, social status, caste, race, ethnic origin, religious belief, age, HIV status, disability, or any other factor that cannot be shown to be relevant to performance.