Tracking Gender Aid Data for Better Gender Equality
£40,000, full time, London
Are you passionate about using your research and advocacy skills to tackle gender inequality at the country and global level? Do you have experience in managing large-scale research projects? Are you a good communicator with knowledge of international development and data analysis?
We are currently recruiting a Project Manager to join our small, dynamic and friendly team.
Publish What You Fund is the global campaign for aid and development transparency. We are an independent NGO combining robust research and technical expertise with targeted advocacy in order to make aid and development efforts more transparent and effective.
The successful candidate will lead on an exciting new project that seeks to improve the publication of gender-related financial and programmatic data to achieve better development outcomes and ultimately to contribute to addressing gender inequality at the global level. The project will use an evidenced-based research approach to advocate for improved transparency, collaboration and disaggregation of gender-related data. This is crucial for not only recognising the contribution of women and girls, but also in improving development outcomes.
As the Project Manager, you will be responsible for leading a small research team (one Project Assistant and consultants) and will work with our US Representative to carry out quantitative and qualitative fieldwork (key informant interviews, focus group discussions, data analysis, surveys) likely in Kenya and two additional geographical locations. You will be responsible for producing high quality research outputs and actionable recommendations for donors, as well as presenting technical information to a range of stakeholders in a concise and clear manner.
The role is for a fixed term of 18 months. It is a full time position (£40,000 per annum), based in London (with some travel). It is only open to candidates who have the right to live and work in the United Kingdom.
For further details of the role and requirements, please download the job description below.
How to apply
The deadline for applications is Monday 24th February at 9am. Please send your CV and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.