Job Title: Impact Assessment & Shared Learning Manager
Workstation: Head Office, Dares Salaam
Reports to: Country Director
Department: Program
Duration: 5 months (July – December 2021)
Job Role:
The purpose of the Impact assessment and Shared Learning Manager is Setting monitoring and evaluation standards, guidelines and tools to Country Strategy Paper and annual plans, develop staff capacity on Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), impact assessment, documentation and sharing, advice the Country Director and the management on M&E and earning matters, undertake monitoring and evaluation and document outcomes, share learnings, achievements and challenges for informed management decisions making.

Essential Experience:
At least 5 years relevant experience from a reputable organization especially on Monitoring and Evaluation fields. Working experience from NGOs is an added advantage.
Substantial experience in designing monitoring, evaluation and learning systems, tools, and processes in an international development context.

Education Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Development Studies, Public Policy, Statistics, and any other related Social Sciences studies.


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Closing date: 20th June 2021 at 17.00hrs. Please clearly indicate job title you are applying for examaple “Application for ActionAid Tanzania Impact Assessment & Shared Learning Manager” in your email subject. NB: Whilst all applications received will be assessed strictly on their individual merits, we regret that we can only respond to shortlisted candidates.

NB: ActionAid is committed to preventing and responding robustly to any form of sexual harassment, exploitation, and abuse in the workplace that is carried out by any member of the ActionAid Federation or ActionAid representative. Being a staff member of ActionAid Tanzania, you will be required to adhere to ActionAid Tanzania staff rules and regulations including compliance to:

Sexual Harassment, Exploitation and Abuse (SHEA) & other Safeguarding concerns Overarching Policy, Child & Adult At-Risk safeguarding, Protection from Sexual Exploitation & Abuse (PSEA), and Ten Basic principles of Feminism.

About ActionAid Tanzania (AATZ)


ActionAid Tanzania (AATZ) is a development organisation that is committed for social justice, gender equality and ending poverty. It started development programs in the country in 1998 as a cross-border initiative by ActionAid Kenya and later transformed into a full-fledged Country Programme in 2000. Since then, it has rolled out three Country Strategy Papers and currently implementing the fourth strategic paper (2018-2022), making contribution to the development of the country. It is an Affiliate member of the ActionAid International (AAI) Federation which is a global justice organization working towards social justice, gender equality and eradication of poverty.

AATZ has development programs in the mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. At local level, it has long term commitment in selected district-based Local Rights Programs (LRPs) where it has been working directly with communities and local partners in Mafia, Unguja, Pemba, Kilwa, Tandahimba, Newala, Chamwino and Singida. At national level, the organization has been partnering with national and international organizations, networks, coalitions, and forums to influence policies and strategies in favour of people living in poverty through engaging with government ministries and law makers besides its participation in international solidarity actions.

AATZ envisions seeing Tanzania without poverty and injustice in which every person enjoys his/her right to a life of dignity.