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Binti Shupavu Study Coordinator Jobs at GLAMI Tanzania For January 2024

Binti Shupavu Study Coordinator Jobs at GLAMI Tanzania For January 2024

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GLAMI Tanzania & AMPLIFY Girls International 

Job Description Binti Shupavu Study Coordinator


Girls Livelihood and Mentorship Initiative (GLAMI) mentors secondary school girls in Tanzania to complete their education, develop into confident leaders, and transform their own lives and their communities. GLAMI equips girls to overcome challenges and reach their full potential because educated girls create lasting positive change. The outcome is proactive, resilient, and socially responsible girls who secure better jobs, raise healthier families and increase the standing of women in society. GLAMI accomplishes its mission through two extracurricular mentoring programs: Kisa Project and Binti Shupavu. GLAMI is also a founding member of AMPLIFY Girls. 

AMPLIFY Girls is a collective of community-driven organizations in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda collaborating to create a community-based alternative to traditional development scale. Focused on building agentic capacity in girls, AMPLIFY utilizes intentional collaboration to share best practices, develop community-driven research projects and priorities, and to create advocacy campaigns that elevate the impact of community-driven organizations on the lives of adolescent girls. 

2. The Project: 

AMPLIFY and GLAMI are partnering to conduct a mixed methods experimental research study evaluating the impact of increasing adolescent girls’ agency and other ‘soft skills’ on education outcomes. This is a groundbreaking study and one that will begin to address a serious evidence gap in the girls’ education sector on the importance of girls’ agency for educational attainment. The project is a 4-year study beginning in September 2022, with preliminary results expected at the end of 2024. 

The research has three broad aims: 

  • First, to evaluate the impact of the Binti Shupavu program on girls’ agency, resilience, and other discrete soft skills identified by the research collaborators. 
  • To evaluate the impact of soft skills on a range of education indicators–including retention, achievement, and attainment. 
  • Identify the programmatic mechanisms that contribute to girls’ agency.

The study has involved the expansion of GLAMI’s Binti Shupavu Program to Morogoro Rural District (from Arusha/Kilimanjaro) in 2023, and the enrollment of study participants in both ‘treatment’ and ‘control’ groups.  

The Role: Study Coordinator 

GLAMI & AMPLIFY Girls are seeking a Study Coordinator to work under the supervision of the AMPLIFY Director of Learning and the GLAMI Director of Operations. The Study Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all aspects of study implementation. 

  • Responsibilities: 
    • Project Management: Collaborate with the AMPLIFY research team and GLAMI program team to develop a comprehensive implementation plan for the proposed research. This entails overseeing the seamless execution of key components, such as the implementation of informed consent and research ethics protocols.

Responsibilities will also include managing the effective dissemination, collection, and secure storage of informed consent documents, ensuring compliance with ethical standards throughout the research process.

  • Data Collection: Data Collection: Manage study’s data collection, encompassing both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Collaborate effectively with relevant GLAMI team members and, when required, engage with

government/school officials. Facilitate training sessions for GLAMI team members involved in data collection, ensuring proficiency in enumeration techniques. Additionally, oversee and quality-check the data collection process, which encompasses written surveys, government documents (e.g., test scores, attendance records), interviews, and focus group discussions.

  • Implementation Monitoring: Monitor the implementation of the program and its implementation process, generating detailed technical reports to track and communicate the study progress. 
    • Data Management: Ensure proper storage and organization of data files, following all research ethics procedures. In collaboration with AMPLIFY Research team, maintain and improve a data management and quality control plan. 
    • Data Analysis: Support either qualitative or quantitative data analysis under the supervision of AMPLIFY Research Team, according to the Study Coordinator’s expertise. 
  • Relationship Management: Actively work to maintain collegial relationships with  multiple stakeholders, including GLAMI program staff, school administrators, government officials, Research team, and research collaborators at the University of Dar es Salaam.
    • Report Writing and Compliance: Write technical reports on study progress, implementation, and early results (if applicable). Including interim and final reports to compliance bodies.
  • Required Education, Skills, and Competencies: 
    • Outstanding project management experience combined with meticulous attention to detail. 
    • Prior experience leading or coordinating research processes is necessary, prior experience working on the study team of a randomized control trial is a plus. 
    • Bachelor’s of Science in the area of social sciences research, statistics, economics, or any other relevant domain. 
    • 2-4 years of professional experience in research project management, especially RCTs, or mixed methods evaluation, including data collection, management, and implementation of research ethics protocols. 
    • Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders and navigating complex relationships is required. Experience with capacity development initiatives and community-based organizations is a plus. 
    • Competencies in quantitative data analysis using Stata software OR qualitative data analysis using Nvivo or Atlas.ti strongly desired. 
    • Conceptual and practical knowledge of the challenges experienced by adolescent girls in pursuit of education in the East Africa region. 
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English and Kiswahili, required. – Passionate about gender equity and committed to gender sensitivity with zero tolerance for sexual harassment. 
    • Given the nature of the study, preference will be given to qualified Tanzanian female candidates.

Institutional Arrangement & Duty Station 

The Study Coordinator will be stationed at GLAMI’s offices in Morogoro, Tanzania.

Reporting directly to both the AMPLIFY Director of Learning and the GLAMI Director of Operations, the Study Coordinator will play a pivotal role in facilitating seamless communication and coordination between the two entities.


The gross salary for this position will be between TZS 2,000,000 and TZS 2,500,000/monthly depending on experience. Take more a look about viwango vya mishahara serikalini Salary Scale


Qualified and interested candidates are hereby requested to apply by sending an email to The application should contain the following: An updated CV and cover letter as one document, that detail the candidate’s suitability for the job based on the required education, skills and competencies, and availability to start. Applications will be accepted until Friday, January 19th.

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