|Organization Name||:||Turaco Valley Foods / Cohere|
|Location||:||Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement, Kamwenge, Uganda|
|Apply email||:||Not Specified|
|Start Date||:||15 Sep 2023, 11:02 am|
|Closing Date||:||01 Oct 2023, 12:00 am|
We aim to increase the contact time spent between Turaco and farmers being reached through training and extension activities. In turn, Turaco is looking to recruit an individual who can travel within Rwamwanja Settlement (by company motorbike) to conduct routine follow-ups throughout the week with trainees and trainers of trainees (ToTs). They will be providing support to farmers with agronomic advice but primarily taking feedback, tracking farmers’ challenges and opportunities. We therefore require this new recruit to have a general level of agronomy which can be enhanced overtime by Turaco’s agronomist. However, we are primarily looking for someone highly capable in designing surveys, conducting effective data collection and then analysing such data to present in timely reports on a monthly basis.
Creating surveys and coordinating data collection to assess impact of the company’s social impact activities on farmers’ livelihoods
Production of monthly and quarterly reports analysing data against key performance indicators on the social impact of partnered farmer
Serving as the direct contact point between community trainers and partnered farmers and Turaco Valley
Foods, conducting routine follow ups with farmers to share technical information, distribute agri-inputs and give their feedback to Turaco management.
Conducting administrative tasks with community trainers of trainees (ToTs, ensuring their facilitation is being provided on time and they are competent in conducting data collection surveys and disseminating technical information as instructed by Turaco’s agronomist.
Contributing to regular market assessments to support the procurement and sales teams
Other related tasks that may be assigned from time to time.
5+ years in data collection and analysis, with preference on projects working with smallholder farmers
Preferably a Post Graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation
Bachelor’s degree in economics, business administration, agronomy, agro climatology, or other disciplines directly relevant to socio-economic data collection and processing
Excellent planning and organisational skills are required.
Strong data management skills and attention to detail are required.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required.
Knowledge of agroecology and regenerative farming practices
Proficiency in Microsoft office and excel and in google workspace applications (google sheets, docs and gmail)
Fluency in written and spoken English
Ability to ride a motorbike and holding a clean driving licence
To apply for this position, please complete and submit this online form https://forms.gle/mB9mGzb58aJjwFwY6. We also request you to submit your CV to email@example.com and use your name and the job title “Monitoring and Evaluation Officer” in the email subject.
We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis but please note the final deadline for submissions is midnight on the 1st October 2023. Kindly note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Turaco Valley Foods is an equal opportunity employer and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, colour, origin, gender, sexual orientation or disability. Your application will only be read by Turaco Valley Food’s selection panel for this position.