Data Entry Job in Kenya

The International Potato Center (CIP)
is seeking to recruit a dynamic and experienced 
Data Entry and Analysis Consultant.

The Position: The Demand-Driven Sweetpotato
Breeding Project (DS breeding project), implemented by the Internatinal Potato
Center and its partners, conducted qualitative study involving sweetpotato

Data were collected to facilitate
understanding the traits farmers value in sweetpotato, how those traits are
prioritized and of the reasons behind the selection of priority traits.

Data were collected from both men and
women producers using laddering technique and involving some 40 farmers.

The purpose of this work is to enter
the data collected in an appropiate software, analyze them and presents the
outputs/results in the desired format.

Key responsibilities:

Conduct content analysis of laddering
interviews to identify attributes, consequences and values

Generate laddering codes from the

Enter qualitative data from 40
interviews into appropriate software, e.g., MecAnalyts or LadderUX

Carry out analysis of the data and
present the results in well formatted form

Revise the laddering codes and results
based on comments from the research coordinator

Provide soft data

Selection Criteria

At least a BSc degree in agriculture,
agricultural economics, agribusiness, Agricultural Education & Extension;
Project Planning and Management or a related field. Master’s degree preferred

Knowledge of laddering data
interpretation, entry and analysis in qualitative software.

Demonstrated experience in using
MECAnalyst or LadderUX software.

Minimum of 3 years of experience
working with and analyzing laddering data.

Demonstrated ability to effective
present and communicate research results.

Demonstrated ability to work
effectively under tight and strict deadlines and produce quality outputs.

Advanced level of MS Office.

Advanced knowledge of database work

Fluent in Kiswahili.

Advanced oral communication and
technical writing skills in English.

What are the conditions?

This is a national consultancy
position limited to Kenya nationals and permanent residents only.

The consultancy will be for a period
of 3 months.

How to apply

Visit the following link: and
submit your cover letter and a full C.V. with your references.

Screening of applications will begin
on June 16, 2020 and will continue until the post is filled. Only short-listed
candidates will be contacted.

Learn more about CIP by accessing our
web site at**

CIP is an equal opportunity employer.

Qualified women are particularly
encouraged to apply

CIP does not charge a fee at any
stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing or

CIP also does not concern itself with
information on applicants’ bank accounts.
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