Non-profit Jobs – Program Officer – MELS at SAA/SG2000

Job Title:     Program Officer – MELS
Organization: Sasakawa Africa
Association (SAA/SG2000)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
About US:
Sasakawa Africa
Association (SAA/SG2000) is an international non-profit organization that
promotes demonstration and widespread adoption of improved pre and
post-production agricultural technologies for smallholder farmers in Uganda in
collaboration with relevant government institutions, farmers’ organizations and
the private sector.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Actively contribute to the design and preparation of
training packages (leaflets, handouts, etc.) for use with the Organizations
MELS team in the country e.g., survey enumerators and data entry technicians;
Work closely and coordinate MELS operations and
implement data collection , analysis, report writing with the MELS team;
Arrange and conduct surveys, annual internal evaluations
and impact assessment;
The incumbent will facilitate and manage external
evaluations and other consultancies with assurance of quality;
Support the learning of SG 2000 main achievements,
lessons and practices and sharing through appropriate communication channels;
Perform any other related duties as assigned by
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The applicant should preferably hold a bachelor’s
degree in Economics, Statistics and Agricultural Economics or in any other
related field.
Technical knowledge to arrange and conduct surveys,
annual internal evaluations and impact assessment.
How to Apply: 
All suitably
qualified and interested candidates should send their applications via E-mail including
an application letter, updated CV with names of three referees and scanned
copies of relevant academic credentials to:
The Country Director,          
Sasakawa Africa
Ruth Towers,
Plot 15A Clement Hill Road
P.O Box 6987,
Deadline: 10th November, 2015
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