3 No Experience Summer Fellow (Social Impact) Jobs (Fresh Graduates / Student Interns) – Tugende

Organisation: Tugende
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
Reports to: Special
Projects Architect
About US:
Tugende is a
for-profit social enterprise based in Uganda. Our mission is providing finance
and support to help the self-employed own income generating assets. Our core
product is a lease to own model for motorcycle taxi drivers (boda bodas) who
own their own motorcycles in 19 months or less with weekly payments similar to what
they otherwise pay to rent indefinitely from informal landlords. Ownership
significantly increases income, job security and road safety. Tugende currently
serves over 6,000 active customers in Uganda through 150+ employees across 7
branches, and 4,500 additional leases have already been fully repaid. With a
market for motorcycle taxis of over 800,000 drivers in East Africa alone,
Tugende is expanding rapidly in our core product. We are also building a
platform with our staff, branches, data, systems, and deep knowledge of earners
in the informal sector, which will easily enable us to expand into other asset
finance and value added services offerings in the near future.
Job Summary: The
Summer Fellow should be hyper-organized, ambitious, compassionate and
social-impact motivated Ugandan university students or recent graduates to
participate in this short term fellowship (internship) program. The selected
candidates will be matched with two international student fellows. The three
“Fellows” will work together over a minimum six (6) week period to
manage a comprehensive social impact assessment that shows how Tugende’s
lease-to-own model improves the lives of boda boda drivers in Uganda. Each
Fellows will also write 3 blog posts from the interviews conducted with
clients. Blog posts will describe the clients’ experiences with Tugende and
will be used across Tugende’s marketing materials
.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Fellows will
perform the following duties:
·        
Develop
Key Evaluation Questions (KEQs) that will define the purpose of the social
impact assessment.
·        
Build a
Theory of Change that links Tugende’s activities with outputs and desired
outcomes.
·        
Create a
social impact assessment that tests the theory of change by completing the
following responsibilities:
o   Organize interviews with Tugende clients and
non-clients;
o   Collect field data;
o   Document responses;
o   Code quantitative and qualitative data into
excel sheets;
o   Analyze the data; and
o   Form conclusions based on the responses
gathered.
·        
Write 3
blog posts based on interviews held with clients.
Other
responsibility:
·        
Engage
in other projects across different business departments.
Key Deliverables | Work – Output  Fellows
will deliver the following before finishing the assignment on August 3, 2018:
·        
Hard
copies of all interviews conducted;
·        
Documentation
of interviews into an easily analyzable excel document;
·        
Powerpoint
presentation based on the Fellow’s understanding of Tugende’s business model
and the opportunities it creates for its clients;
·        
3 blog
posts about our customers and their experiences with Tugende

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        
The applicants
should preferably be 3rd year students of Bachelor’s degree or recent graduates
in business, economics, statistics or related field with both quantitative and
qualitative analysis skills.
·        
Previous
experience with Google Drive (including Gmail, google docs, sheets, and slides)
·        
Strong
skills surrounding Microsoft Office Suite (PowerPoint, Excel, Word)
·        
Previous
experience with data gathering and input, including with Salesforce (desired)
·        
Excellent
communication skills
·        
Strong
data analysis skills
·        
Strong
writing ability
·        
Strong
time management skills
·        
Works
well in a collaborative environment.
·        
Sets
high expectations for him/herself and holds him/herself accountable.
·        
Maintains
a calm demeanor in difficult or high-stress situations
·        
A fan of
bodas and a willingness to zoom across town on the back of one!
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified
and interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at the link below.
Deadline: 8th June, 2018
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