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Junior Research Managers for Impact Evaluation Projects (M/F/D) (J1906RM)

The Center for Evaluation and Development (C4ED) is looking for Junior Research Managers to provide thorough support for Impact Evaluation projects.

With a strong focus on quantitative impact evaluations in developing countries, we are one of the leading research centers in the areas of poverty reduction, microfinance, health insurance, education, humanitarian assistance, and nutrition in Germany. Our vision is to improve the lives of the poor and the vulnerable by making development interventions more effective. We are currently conducting projects all over the world and maintains research relationships with 3ie, ACTED, IFAD, ILO, IPA, J-PAL, the World Bank, and UNICEF to name just a few of our cooperation partners.

Possible duties:

  • Follow-up and monitor implementation of programs
  • Data cleaning and analysis with Stata
  • Report writing
  • Assistance in preparation of workshops and meetings
  • Coordination and support of data collection
  • Assistance of literature reviews on relevant topics
  • Support the project acquisition department

Your profile

You are a student or graduate (Bachelor or Master) of Economics or other social science with a strong interest in quantitative methods, data analysis and conducting surveys. You have a basic understanding of impact evaluation methods. You have very strong programming skills including experience with Stata and worked already with large data-sets. You are enthusiastic to extensively learn on the job. You have a very strong command of English. Having lived and studied abroad is a plus.

In your curricular and extra-curricular activities, you have proven organization and planning skills. You feel comfortable with working independently in dynamic settings and communicating in teams. You could start working full-time (vacation semester; gap year) at the beginning of July (latest August) 2019 and are available for twelve months (six months in exceptional cases).

You will work with a team of experienced researchers and project managers and gain hands-on experience on how to conduct large-scale impact evaluations (randomized control trials).

We are looking forward to receiving your application, including a motivation letter, your CV, an example of written work in English (e.g. thesis), your Transcript of Records and certificates (if available) to application-froelich@c4ed.org. Deadline for application is May, 31th.

Research Manager/ French-Speaking (m/f/d) (J1904RM)                                                                          

The Center for Evaluation and Development (C4ED), Germany, is looking for a Research Manager to join its team of impact evaluators. Excellent command of French and English is a must.

C4ED’s vision is to improve the lives of the poor and vulnerable by making development interventions more effective. With a strong focus on mixed-methods and quantitative evaluations in developing countries, C4ED is one of the leading German research centers in the areas of poverty reduction, microfinance, health insurance, and social protection, education, humanitarian assistance, climate change, agriculture, and nutrition. C4ED is currently conducting projects all over the world and maintains research relationships with 3ie, ACTED, GCF, IFAD, ILO, IPA, J-PAL, WFP, the World Bank, and UNICEF to name just a few of its cooperation partners.

Your tasks would include:

  • Setting-up data collections in developing countries (sampling, questionnaire designs; enumerators selection and training; definition of work-flows and hierarchies in the field; development of TORs);
  • Administrating data collection: budgeting, recruiting, making data quality checks, managing data storage and processing;
  • Setting up data collection structures with local partner firms in the respective countries;
  • Providing training and capacity building in Germany and in the field;
  • While the focus is on quantitative methods, conducting or designing qualitative data collection will also be part of the tasks;
  • Frequent traveling of short duration to set-up the data collection in the field;
  • In cooperation with experienced researchers, performing data analysis;
  • Reporting and proposal writing;
  • Programming questionnaires in CAPI software and developing a sustainable data infrastructure;
  • Documenting the data collection process.

You have a master’s degree in economics, statistics or social science with substantial experience in quantitative data analysis. You have gained experience in international development or related fields – in particular in conducting field surveys and large-scale data collection in developing countries. Skills in qualitative data collection and mixed method analysis would be a plus.

You have proven quantitative skills, knowledge of common statistical software packages (e.g. STATA), geographical software (e.g. ArcGIS), and experience with programming CAPI software (e.g. Survey Solutions).

While you will be working in a team, you are able to manage multiple tasks and propose solutions in a timely manner with minimal supervision. You enjoy interacting with a wide range of individuals ranging from researchers over donors to data collection staff, and you are able to maintain good collaborations.

As we are working internationally, including the francophone part of Africa, excellent oral and written communication skills in French and in English are a must. The position is based in Mannheim, Germany.

We look forward to receiving your CV, cover letter, a copy of a report or quantitative analyses and a copy of your University’s transcripts and/or certificates. If required, please also enclose your valid work/residence permit.

For further information and to submit your application, please contact Dr. Asmus Zoch (application-froelich@c4ed.org). Please submit your application until 01.06.2019.

Research Manager/ French-Speaking (m/f/d) (J1904RM)                                                                          

The Center for Evaluation and Development (C4ED), Germany, is looking for a Research Manager to join its team of impact evaluators. Excellent command of French and English is a must.

C4ED’s vision is to improve the lives of the poor and vulnerable by making development interventions more effective. With a strong focus on mixed-methods and quantitative evaluations in developing countries, C4ED is one of the leading German research centers in the areas of poverty reduction, microfinance, health insurance, and social protection, education, humanitarian assistance, climate change, agriculture, and nutrition. C4ED is currently conducting projects all over the world and maintains research relationships with 3ie, ACTED, GCF, IFAD, ILO, IPA, J-PAL, WFP, the World Bank, and UNICEF to name just a few of its cooperation partners.

Your tasks would include:

  • Setting-up data collections in developing countries (sampling, questionnaire designs; enumerators selection and training; definition of work-flows and hierarchies in the field; development of TORs);
  • Administrating data collection: budgeting, recruiting, making data quality checks, managing data storage and processing;
  • Setting up data collection structures with local partner firms in the respective countries;
  • Providing training and capacity building in Germany and in the field;
  • While the focus is on quantitative methods, conducting or designing qualitative data collection will also be part of the tasks;
  • Frequent traveling of short duration to set-up the data collection in the field;
  • In cooperation with experienced researchers, performing data analysis;
  • Reporting and proposal writing;
  • Programming questionnaires in CAPI software and developing a sustainable data infrastructure;
  • Documenting the data collection process.

You have a master’s degree in economics, statistics or social science with substantial experience in quantitative data analysis. You have gained experience in international development or related fields – in particular in conducting field surveys and large-scale data collection in developing countries. Skills in qualitative data collection and mixed method analysis would be a plus.

You have proven quantitative skills, knowledge of common statistical software packages (e.g. STATA), geographical software (e.g. ArcGIS), and experience with programming CAPI software (e.g. Survey Solutions).

While you will be working in a team, you are able to manage multiple tasks and propose solutions in a timely manner with minimal supervision. You enjoy interacting with a wide range of individuals ranging from researchers over donors to data collection staff, and you are able to maintain good collaborations.

As we are working internationally, including the francophone part of Africa, excellent oral and written communication skills in French and in English are a must. The position is based in Mannheim, Germany.

We look forward to receiving your CV, cover letter, a copy of a report or quantitative analyses and a copy of your University’s transcripts and/or certificates. If required, please also enclose your valid work/residence permit.

For further information and to submit your application, please contact Dr. Asmus Zoch (application-froelich@c4ed.org). Please submit your application until 01.06.2019.

Praktika bei C4ED

C4ED bietet immatrikulierten Studierenden die Möglichkeit, Erfahrungen aus erster Hand im Bereich Impact Evaluierung und internationaler Zusammenarbeit zu sammeln. Bewerbungen werden laufend entgegengenommen.

Voraussetzungen
Bachelor oder Master Studierende müssen die folgenden Voraussetzungen erfüllen, um ein Praktikum absolvieren zu können:

  • Das Praktikum muss als Pflichtpraktikum in der Prüfungsordnung des Studiengangs vorgeschrieben sein und stellt somit eine Prüfungsleistung dar
  • Das Praktikum darf die Länge von drei Monaten nicht überschreiten
  • Ein gültiges Visum für Deutschland/EU*
  • *C4ED übernimmt keine Gebühren für Visa oder ähnliche Leistungen.

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  • Immatrikulationsbescheinigung
  • Nachweis über Pflichtpraktikum des Studienbüros
  • Anschreiben (1 Seite)
  • Lebenslauf
  • Notenauszüge (Bachelor und Master, sofern vorhanden)
  • Arbeitszeugnisse