|Date Posted||June 9, 2019|
|Street Address||Nairobi Branch|
Closing date: 21 Jun 2019
1. Overview of Programme – LAMPS
The Learning and Monitoring Programme Somalia (LAMPS) is a three-year programme of monitoring, evaluation, learning and consultancy services contracted to Integrity by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), supporting DFID’s Somalia Monitoring Programme II (SMP II) of which it is a component. Integrity, in consortium with Altai Consulting, delivers LAMPS in each of Somalia’s federal regions from a central delivery hub in Nairobi, Kenya. LAMPS works across DFID’s development portfolio in Somalia, helping ensure greater accountability, better risk management and improved understanding of, and learning insights from, programme performance. LAMPS provides Third-Party Monitoring (TPM) and M&E technical assistance services to DFID implementing partners, in addition to developing a digital platform and a learning framework for DFID-Somalia.
2. Role Title
3. Role Summary
Following a review of the Learning offer, LAMPS has adjusted its programming to provide the option for DFID to request quick turn around research/ learning pieces in support of the Somalia programme. While the scope of work will vary, it is expected that each piece of work will be completed within a two to three month period from initial request to completion. The research manager will oversee all stages of the in-depth process, from agreeing initial concept to the developing of the concept paper and delivery while working closely with DFID throughout.
Experience designing, developing and conducting qualitative and quantitative research.
Experience managing teams in-country and remotely.