The Program Analyst is an individual contributor role, helping to plan and execute program-related deliverables such as grant recommendations, strategy and organizational assessments. The Program Analyst is also responsible for data collection and information gathering. The incumbent develops authoritative recommendations at the program/department level about tools, methods, and formats of data collection and information gathering.
Recommendations have a significant short-term and long-term impact on the decision-making processes at the program/department level.
Program Analysts also develop relationships with program partners and provide programmatic support.
As a Program Analyst at Open Society-Africa, you will be responsible for:
- Data Management: Perform significant aspects of one or more data management functions with limited supervision. Responsible for identifying issues and developing new or changed processes in response to changing circumstances.
- Developing Thematic Analysis: Use data from a wide range of sources and identify possible impacts on the concerned program, project or activity.
- Administration: Carry out day-to-day administrative functions with limited supervision.
- External and Internal Communications: Interact with parties inside and outside of Open Society-Africa to obtain or to convey information that promotes issues or actions in which Open Society-Africa is interested.
- Materials Preparation
- Research and Recommendations
- Knowledge Management
Analytical Processes, Assessment, Planning and Organizing, Presentation Skills, Reporting, Service Delivery, and Writing Skills.
- Advancing Diversity and Inclusion, Expertise, Getting the Right Things Done, Leading Change, Managing Time and Money, Strategic Thinking, Working Well with OSF Colleagues, and Working Well with Others.
- Relevant degree.
- Minimum number of years of relevant working experience—3 years.