Policy Research and Project Coordinator - Education

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 19 December 2013.  

The Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) is an independent policy think-tank which is funded by the South African private sector and by international donors. CDE seeks to promote democratic values looking at the role of the private sector and markets in addressing socio-economic problems, and government in enabling economic growth and effective policies. CDE seeks to appoint a skilled and motivated Policy Research and Project Coordinator in its schooling division, who will report to the Policy and Advocacy Director: Schooling. The suitable candidate will work in a team focusing on effective and innovative ways to improve the performance of South Africa’s schooling system through high-quality research and policy influence.

Evaluation Specialist

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 22 November 2013.  

The Evaluation Office (EO) works to enhance the development effectiveness of UNDP to help men and women build a better life. EO strengthens accountability and learning through evaluation and partnership. The mandated responsibility of EO is to support the Administrator in her substantive accountability function and to contribute to organizational learning. EO provides systematic and independent assessment of results, effectiveness and impact of the substantive activities of the programme, including the special purpose funds under the Administrator’s responsibilities. The Evaluation Office conducts strategic, thematic, programmatic and country level evaluations. It assures the quality and use of UNDP evaluations by establishing norms, standards and guidelines and by knowledge sharing and networking. The Office advances innovation in development evaluation through a global partnership. The Evaluation Specialist is a member of the EO team with responsibilities for conducting and managing evaluations.

Khulisa Management Services: Project and Proposal Recruitment Officer

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 28 November 2013.  

Khulisa Management Services provides monitoring and evaluation and business intelligence services including direct assistance, management consulting, and institutional and human development for public and private sector clients, mainly in Africa, focusing on the health, education, and social development sectors. Khulisa employs approximately 40 staff in Johannesburg, South Africa and has a presence through its sister companies in Washington DC, Lusaka and Zambia.

Senior Researcher/Lead Evaluator

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 12 November 2013.  

Creative Consulting & Development Works (CC&DW) is a research, evaluation and communications consultancy celebrating 10 years of technical support and client work in the development sector. We wish to appoint a highly skilled, Senior Researcher/Lead Evaluator to join our team in Cape Town. The candidate will join the strategic and operational leadership team and support sustainability, growth and the achievement of CC&DW’s mission, provide evaluation technical support and ensure high quality and innovation.

Executive Coodinator

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 28 October 2013.  

Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Researcher

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 22 October 2013.  

Creative Consulting & Development Works is a Cape Town-based research, evaluation and communications consultancy. We wish to recruit a Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Researcher to join our team. Responsibilities include developing research and evaluation proposals, budgets and work plans, developing M&E frameworks, indicators and methodologies, clarifying programme logic, developing research instruments, conducting fieldwork and data collection, analysis, reporting and presenting research and evaluation findings to clients.

Request for proposals-Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 17 October 2013.  

HiH SA is a part of the Hand in Hand (HiH) network, which includes implementing partners HiH India, HiH Eastern Africa and HiH Afghanistan, as well as support and fundraising partners HiH International and HiH Sweden HiH SA started its operations in 2008 its vision is to reduce poverty through job creation and income generation. The organisation is based in Johannesburg and operates in five South African Provinces as well as in Swaziland, Lesotho and Zimbabwe.


Written by CatherineMwaura, on 10 October 2013.  

• Opportunity to work in a highly visible and successful program • Gain experience and contribute to one of Australian Aid’s flagship programs in Africa covering 51 countries • Highly collaborative environment with a strong management team

Programme Coordinator

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 10 October 2013.  

The Desmond Tutu TB Centre (DTTC), in collaboration with Etafeni Day Care Centre Trust is currently implementing the Family Matters! Programme (FMP) in Nyanga, an evidence based HIV prevention intervention for Primary Caregivers of pre-adolescence ages 9-12 years. The goal of FMP is to reduce sexual risk behaviour among adolescence by giving primary caregivers the knowledge skills and confidence to deliver primary prevention message to their children. This programmes falls within a larger community HIV prevention project and the successful candidate will report to the Project Manager.

Request for Proposals: Randomized control study of the Activate! Leadership for Public Innovation Programme

Written by JudyMarieSmith, on 09 September 2013.  

The Activate! programme seeks to spark public innovation by charging up a network of young leaders so that they can link the poles of South African society. In order to effectively measure the outcomes of the programme, a robust evaluation framework has been used in both 2012 and 2013. The evaluation has to-date consisted of surveys, behavioural economics games, and network analysis. This evaluation process included the use of a control group selected using matching against relevant socio-economic and demographic information. While this matched control group method has shown some initial effects, the roll-out of a full randomised controlled trial (RCT) will allow for attribution of emerging effects.
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