Job Title: Data Analyst (entry level)
Department: Programmes – Monitoring and Evaluation
Contract Type: Part time 15-20 hours per week for six months with possible extension
Salary: £6,600 to £10,000 per annum
Reports to: Head of Monitoring and Evaluation
The Data analyst works as part of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Team within the Programmes Team to support the data analysing, data management, data control processes, documentation and share learning across the organisation
• Under the supervision of the Head of Monitoring and Evaluation, lead on keeping updated the Monitoring and Evaluation section and homepage in Sales Force.
• Assist in reporting to the organisation and institutional donors.
• Data management: data entry, data checking, updating and storage of collected data.
• Support analysing of monitoring data across the organisation.
• Support Monitoring and Evaluation staff in data analysing and data storage when needed.
• Work together with the other members of the Monitoring and Evaluation Team on improving technical support of all Self Help Africa programmes.
• Any reasonable duty may be assigned that is consistent with the job and its level of responsibility.
• Head of Monitoring and Evaluation
• Monitoring and Evaluation advisor Southern Africa & Evaluation Advisor
• Business development team in Shrewsbury
• Head of Policy, Research and Evaluation
• Monitoring and Evaluation Advisors (Africa)
• Programme Support team
• Programme Partners
Qualifications/Knowledge and Experience
• Excellent ICT skills, analysing skills and working knowledge of MS Office including MS Word, and MS PowerPoint
• Particular skills and knowledge of MS Excel are key, working with pivot tables and analysing data is one of your key strengths.
• Commitment to the vision and values of SHA.
• Enthusiastic and positive attitude; flexible and adaptable.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills (English).
• Experience with data analysing systems like: SPSS, SAS. STATA, or …
• Experience of database management (Salesforce preferable).
• Working knowledge of French
How to apply:
Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the UK at the time of application.
Please note incomplete applications will not be considered for shortlisting.
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Closing date is 12th December 2019 by 5pm
We reserve the right to call candidates for interview before the closing date so we encourage candidates to apply early.
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Self Help Africa is an equal opportunities employer