The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), through the Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results for Anglophone Africa (CLEAR-AA), invites qualified individuals to apply for the following positions.
Closing date: 15 July 2017
Finance Administrative Assistant
The successful incumbent will provide financial and administrative support in all aspects of the day to day running of the Centre. The incumbent will be required to maintain Financial and General Administration for a one-year fixed term period. For more information click here .
Junior Researcher (x2)
The incumbent will be expected to:
- Organise workshops, and assist with the logistics and facilitation for training, technical assistance and dissemination of learning events.
- Assist with the application of S&Ts, all travel and accommodation as well as team subsistence claims.
- Carry out research including designing surveys, field work both within and outside of South Africa, inclusive of interviews with relevant stakeholders.
- Assist with data gathering for various TA projects (as and when required)
- Writing 2 research reports per annum based on the research projects conducted within CLEAR-AA, assist with policy briefs, and collaborating with senior staff for publication of research.
- Quantitative and statistical analysis, data entry and data cleaning.
Support the two business line managers to draft their quarterly reports.
- Administrative support, correspondence and reporting as well as writing proposals.
- Engagement with social media to raise the profile of CLEAR-AA, including writing articles (content production) for the CLEAR-AA website, appropriate work related tweets (Twitter) Facebook and blogging.
For more information click here.
M&E Intern (x2)
The CLEAR-AA learnership programme (Emerging Evaluator) is designed to expand the depth and breadth of academic learning as well as applied methods in the field of M&E in South Africa. The CLEAR-AA learnership will provide an opportunity for young previously disadvantaged individuals (PDI) in SA to receive experience in applying M&E theories learned in the classroom to specific experiences in the community and work world. The learners must have completed a Masters in M&E or a directly linked M&E short course with a masters in development studies or similar social field. For more information click here.