Research Solutions Africa Data Processing Manager Vacancy in Kenya

Vacancies at Research Solutions Africa

Research Solutions Africa is a leading independent market and social research organization, headquartered in Nairobi. The company conducts primary research in 20 countries across the continent for demanding clients from all over the world.

We specialize in social research, such as Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of development projects and FMCG / retail projects. Our clients are International Organizations, global consultancy companies and individual businesses.

They value our critical mind-set, transparency and flexibility. To sustain the growth of our business, we have opened a number of positions for applications including:

Data Processing Manager (DPM)
Full Time

Salary: Gross KES 95,000 – 130,000 per month depending on level of experience, starts ASAP

Our Data Processing Team is looking for a new leader. The DPM is the first point of contact for our Client Service and Field Departments, as well as our demanding clients on all data related issues. The DPM reports to the Research Director.

The DPM and his team work with our project teams through the lifetime of each project. This includes reviewing questionnaires to ensure their data-friendliness, scripting questionnaires for data collection, diligent daily monitoring and cleaning of incoming data, daily feedback to the field teams, diligent structuring of the data to client specifications, insightful analysis of the data collected, responding to follow-up questions from clients and internal team members.

The DPM is also responsible for the continuous improvement of our data handling processes, the quality control protocols, the integration of DP activities with the other departments and the identification and integration of new technologies into our Data Processing activities. Finally, the DPM periodically reviews the performance of DP team members.

Successful candidates are curious and diligent problem solvers with a high intrinsic motivation to improve.

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Updated: January 19, 2017 — 6:43 pm