Purpose of the role
Under the supervision of the programme director, she/he will analyse longitudinal qualitative data, prepare policy briefs, summary reports, digests and literature reviews, and support senior researchers in writing with the aim of informing policy on gender and adolescence. She/he will assist with other administrative tasks related to maintaining a very large database of qualitative data. Specifically, the job will contribute to areas of focus of the GAGE programme which include work on issues related gender, adolescence, gender norms, education, gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health, health and nutrition, mental health and psychosocial wellbeing, voice and agency and economic empowerment).
GAGE is looking for a mixture of both part- and full-time post holders (between 3-5 days per week). To note, this will be a consultancy contract. Please find below the full terms of reference.
Interested applicants should submit their CV and cover letter as to why they are suited and interested in the role, along with their availability to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5th April 2019, at midnight UK time, with the subject title ‘Research Assistant.’
Terms of Reference