Oxford Research Group (ORG) is a leading research, firm with a strong presence in all 10 regions of Ghana and parts of West Africa. ORG provides the valued insights necessary for our client to make the right and result oriented decisions. With over a decade of experience, dedicated staff and partners locally and abroad, ORG has the expertise and capacity in conducting surveys, data collection, feasibility studies, brand tracking awareness, competitor analysis etc.
Job Title: Program Officer-Research
- Assist in coordinating research projects and filed activities
- Review sources, extract relevant information, evaluates data, and prepares reports to key stakeholders along with additional insight and perspective on findings.
- Performs ad-hoc analyses as needed
- Prepare research Instruments for Surveys
- Develop research reports for clients
- Assist in developing research proposals
- Ability to undertake or manage both quantitative and qualitative research
Required Skills or Experience
- Minimum university degree in business administration, development studies or social sciences from a recognized institution.
- Practical, professional work experience in research project administration a plus.
- Analytical, innovative and leadership
- High level of integrity
- Teamwork, partnership and networking both internally and externally
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Attention to detail, and ability to work under pressure within tight deadlines, with minimum supervision
- Excellent communication, facilitation skills
- Competence, commitment and respect to timelines and standards
- Excellent Writing skills and fluency in English.
- Higher level computer literacy, especially in common software programs
How to Apply
Please apply by sending a CV and Cover letter to [email protected] with Program Officer in the Subject line of your email. Applications can also be hand delivered to our offiice on Spintex Road, close to EcoBank (Baatsona).
No phone calls please. Only finalists contacted Women are encouraged to apply. EOE
OXFORD RESEARCH GROUP, GHANA