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TISS Vacancies: Research Associate, Research Assistant and Field Action Research Fellows

CLIx involves field action research including summative and formative, impact evaluation and thematic research. RA (Research will be expected to assist all aspects of research.

Key Responsibilities:

Literature review, preparing bibliographies, preparing data collection tools, sampling, data analysis, and report writing.
Monitoring involving the use of digital tools and online technology platforms.
Preparation of the research tools, piloting and conducting research at field sites
Organisation and the conduct of orientation/ training for implementation partners and field teams based on capacity needs.
Interacting with and supporting the field research teams as and when required
Preparing reports and communication of research
Work closley with documentation team

Qualifications: Post-graduate in Social Sciences/ Development Studies or equivalent from recognized institutions. Experience: five years of relevant experience of having worked on research projects,

Skills & Competencies Required:

Ability to meet deadlines and work on a range of research tasks
Prepare drafts of research tools
Prepare drafts of reports
Use of research softwares
Good writing skills
Ability to work in teams
Design and conduct training on research
Travel to field locations as and when required

Remuneration: Rs. 4to 6 lakhs (starting about 30,000 per month upwards). Offers shall be commensurate with the qualifications, experience and salary history, of the selected candidate.

Location: Mumbai/ Bengaluru, with frequent travel to implementation sites.

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Last Date for application: April 26, 2015

Field Action Research Fellows
Field Action Research Fellows CLIx involves large scale field implementation where CEIAR may work directly or in collaboration with partners.
Field Action Research Fellows will support implementation and research and monitoring in field sites, and will be based mostly in one or more field location with frequent travel.

Key Job Responsibilities:

Work closely with COO to support the process of field implementation
Technology support
Manage the daily programme activities at the state level. This will include field testing and implementation of curricular offerings, research and monitoring and documentation.
Hand-holding the state level implementation agencies, trouble shoot etc
Work closely with the local ecosystem (educational institutes, volunteers, resource groups) and facilitate their involvement in the programme.
Documenting field interventions and internal communications
Co-ordinate/ organizing orientation/programs, as necessary

Qualifications: Post-graduates in Education/ Development Studies/ Social Work or equivalent from recognized institutions.


Field experience-working with schools and teachers.
Experience in working with field teams involving coordination etc,

Skills & Competencies:

Knowledge of field issues in education and familiarity with technology use in education
Excellent written and verbal skills in English Fluency in Hindi and other Indian languages
Self-motivation and ability to multi-task and deal with stressful situations
Ability to undertake extensive travel and for extended periods of time
Ability to support field teams and partners
Knowledge and familiarity with technology
Interest in large scale reform processes and development

Remuneration: Gross annual remuneration for the position is in the range of Rs. 3 to 4 lakhs (starting 30,000 per month).

Location: Rajasthan/Telangana/Chhatisgarh/Mizoram(or North-Eastern states), with frequent travel to intervention districts, Mumbai and Bengaluru

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Last Date for application: April 26, 2015

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