The African Seed Access Index (TASAI) is in Need of a Data Analyst

TASAI Inc., a nonprofit organization with offices in the USA and Kenya, is inviting applications for the position of Data Analyst to oversee its data collection and management processes. Details about the TASAI Inc. and the position are listed below. Interested candidates please apply by email by September 18th.

TASAI Data Analyst

The African Seed Access Index (TASAI) is a research project that analyzes national seed sectors in Africa. It is coordinated by the nonprofit organization TASAI Inc. TASAI collects data on 22 indicators to measure, track, and compare formal seed sectors across African countries. With a growing geographic scope that covers 21 countries to date, TASAI promotes enabling environments for competitive seed systems that enhance access to locally adapted, affordable, and high-quality, improved seeds targeting smallholder farmers.

The Data Analyst position
As the Data Analyst, you will take responsibility for managing the TASAI data set (consisting of both quantitative (numerical) and qualitative data), developing reports, and troubleshooting data issues. To do well in this role you need a fine eye for detail, prior experience as a data analyst, and a good understanding of the popular data analysis tools and databases commonly used in Development Economics, Monitoring and Evaluation, and similar fields. You will also be a liaison between TASAI and the technical team of developers at Development Gateway, who develop and maintain our tools for collecting, validating, and displaying data.

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