Quantitative Research Manager
- UK (London)
- Vacancy Type
- Job Advert Description
Girl Effect are looking for a Quantitative Evidence Manager to project manage and provide oversight of quantitative research that supports a range of Girl Effect products.
If you are a researcher with great project management and quantitative research skills and want to make a difference in the lives of adolescent girls around the World, we would love to hear from you!
What you can expect to be involved in:
- Develop research briefs into study designs, ensuring that research commissioned is fit-for-purpose, girl-centered, appropriate for different cultural and social contexts and effectively generating insights for internal and external end-users.
- Quality assure research methods, design, tools, research implementation, data management, analysis and reporting to a high standard.
- Lead in translating quantitative research results, approaches and findings into accessible, insightful and engaging communications for Girl Effect’s internal teams to support research uptake, learning and evidence-based decision-making.
- Work with Girl Effect’s Insights team to develop engaging and well-designed formats for presentations, briefings, reports and other knowledge products for external communications.
- Uphold Girl Effect’s ethical and safeguarding standards and ensure that field implementation is conducted to the highest standards, through training and oversight of field research partners.
- Support the global evidence team on global research, monitoring and evaluation projects.
- Manage relationships with research agencies and consultants, including procurement, contracting and overseeing deliverables, on many Girl Effect’s research projects.
You'll need to have:
- Degree or equivalent in social sciences, or a numerate discipline.
- Experience in applied research and/or monitoring and evaluation.
- Experience designing, conducting and managing quantitative research.
- Familiarity with a range of quantitative research method and approaches.
- Experience of working in developing countries, preferably within the areas of social/ behaviour change, communications for development and/ or gender.
- Strong project management skills and experience coordinating research and managing research projects.
- Experience of communicating research approaches and findings to a wide range of audiences
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