Data Administrative Assistant Job in Kenya 2019
Career Kenya: Data Administrative Assistant Job in Kenya 2019
Employment vacancy : Today Recruitment Kenya
Heifer International is an equal opportunity employer. All
qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard
to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual
orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status
as a qualified individual with disability.
This position will manage the development and implementation of all data
management duties in the Accelerated Value Chain Development Project (AVCD II).
A strong emphasis is on data collection, integrity, data analysis, data
management, reporting and dissemination to key stakeholders. The Incumbent
shall track and document measurable outputs and intended outcomes generated by
the project to which s/he shall be assigned by the project coordinator.
utilization of learning. (50%)
aggregate data at County/PO/Cooperative level and contribute to
all data properly in clean form, and analyze to use for project
management, learning and meet all the reporting needs.
the Data based on ODK guidelines for project Monitoring • Collect and
manage data to support AVCD II project logical framework design/Review,
target setting, and progress management.
timely data availability and reporting to stakeholders as needed.
lessons learned, successes, failures and best practices via case studies.
Heifer wide research for Learning as needed.
MELS related challenges to Project Coordinator.
in monitoring and verifying the quality and accuracy of data collected
from the field.
effectiveness: Data management, monitoring, evaluation, learning and systems
for AVCD II Project (40%).
and manage data collection tools for the project
system generated monthly reports
data collection tools, plans, and processes for all required information,
ensuring high quality and integrity of data.
alignment of AVCD II data management and procedures with the
organization’s (Heifer and ILRI/USAID) standards and requirements.
in networking with other development organizations, governments, and other
line agencies in promoting Heifer’s and ILRI/AVCD development
model/initiatives, and potential collaborations.
in preparation of monthly, quarterly, half-yearly and annual progress
FOAB/PO/Cooperatives, management and staff with skills to deliver data
management activities efficiently.
and build FOAB/PO/Cooperatives capacity in data management activities
including proper record keeping.
and manage to support FOAB/PO/Cooperatives for efficient work and
coaching and training to equip FOAB/PO/Cooperatives to deliver the
assigned responsibilities efficiently.
with the PME Manager in planning, designing and undertaking program
evaluations and other programmatic assessments.
degree in Statistics/project planning, Monitoring and Management,
Economics and/or Statistics.
of one (1) years of directly relevant experience in data management in
agricultural value chain project setup for degree holders; or must have
two (2) years hands-on experience, for diploma certificate Holders
experience in the management of Data, analysis, and interpretation of the
in supporting and monitoring field-based programs in the region.
in managing databases and coordinating evaluations, surveys, and impact
high-level capacity in data collection using ODK, Survey CTO, etc. and
analysis using advanced computer packages (SPSS, Stata, Epi-Info, GENSTAT,
analytical, and solutions-oriented.
good understanding of and sensitivity to issues associated with poverty,
hunger, agriculture, and the environment, and knowledge of the context in
which non-profit organizations operate
organizational skills, including strong attention to detail.
knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, presentation tools, electronic
mail (Microsoft Office preferred) and the Internet.
knowledge and skills in data management and analysis using statistical
software (eg. STATA, SPSS, SAS, EViews, etc.) and management systems:
Survey CTO and ODK
proficiency in English, both oral and written.
to work in a team.
to understand, appreciate and implement Heifer’s Values-Based Holistic
Community Development model.
creativity, ability to think systematically, willingness and ability to
incorporate innovative solutions.
and qualitative approaches to evaluation and ability to communicate MEL
concepts clearly with leadership, partners, and staff at all levels.
and ability to assign and review the work of direct reports and to use
participatory management skills with junior and senior staff.
team leadership and supervisory skills with the ability to train and work
cooperatively with a diverse staff, including field staff in various
face-to-face, telephone and electronic communication with colleagues and
with sensitive information and maintaining confidentiality.
to manage and execute multiple tasks with little supervision while meeting
sometimes inflexible deadlines.
and ability to travel.