One to One Africa is an organisation that uses peer support models to address needs in communities across South Africa and more broadly in the region. Our primary focus is on access to healthcare and education for women, children and adolescents, through practical, cost-effective interventions that leverage the lived experience of members of the communities we work in and the expertise of partner organisations and the government. Underlying all of our programmes is a strong focus on ensuring that the work we are doing is meeting the needs of the community and having a lasting, positive impact.
Job Title: Impact Manager
Location: Cape Town
The purpose of this newly created role will be responsible for capturing and disseminating learnings across all programmes to truly embed MEL at the core of our work. In line with One to One Africa’s strategy 2019 – 2021, the role will oversee our approach to capturing outcomes and the impact of our work in order to scale up successful initiatives through increased project delivery and the creation of toolkits.
- Support with MEL across all programmes
- Managing the transition from our paper-based folder system into an mHealth app system for our flagship programme, Enable (project sites are in the Eastern Cape – regular travel will be required)
- Ensure that all relevant staff members are properly trained and supported in how to use the mHealth app once developed, including ongoing training as needed
- Develop an organisational impact framework
- Build MEL processes that include the participation of community, project delivery team, and staff stakeholders
- Communicate the impact of our work through offline and online channels
- Collecting, collating and analysing data for advocacy purposes with government and other stakeholders
Qualifications and experience
- Master’s degree in a relevant field
- 3 – 5 years’ experience in project management or MEL within an NGO context.
- Demonstrable experience in supporting the development of mHealth solutions (inputting around content and end-user experience)
- Proficiency with computer and mobile phone technologies
- Experience with MEL – collecting and analysing both quantitative and qualitative data using a range of evaluation methods and skills
- Experience facilitating trainings or workshops
- Excellent communication skills
- Experience with writing engaging communications that are accessible to a diverse audience ranging from NGO practitioners, policy makers, community members and the general public. Experience of social media and website communications is an advantage.
- Fluency in English
- Working knowledge of isiXhosa (desired but not mandatory)
If you are interested, kindly submit your CV and cover letter to [email protected].
Application Deadline: Friday, 9 August, 2019