Dashboard Designer for USAID/Jordan General Population Survey

Jordan
Temporary
Mid Level

USAID Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Activity

USAID Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Activity (The Activity) is designed to ensure USAID’s activities in Jordan achieve their intended results through monitoring and evaluation, strategic assessments, and Collaboration, Learning and Adapting (CLA). The Activity will help USAID/Jordan create a dynamic learning environment among development actors which is focused on innovation, quality, and knowledge sharing. The Activity will provide capacity building, learning opportunities, and trainings to USAID/Jordan Implementing Partners, USAID/Jordan Staff, the Government of Jordan (GOJ), Local MEL Organizations and MEL professionals aimed at building an effective, self-reliant and sustainable MEL ecosystem in Jordan. Based on identified needs, the Activity team will conduct trainings on MEL, organizational development, and other topics as professionals and organizations identify similar needs.

Background

In 2017, USAID/Jordan commissioned a large-scale survey of Jordanian adults (“General Population Survey” or “Survey”) to collect Mission project/activity performance data. (See the full report here.) USAID/Jordan designed this Survey to support its learning and decision making by providing a better understanding of the context in which its projects/activities are implemented, offering its implementing partners data which were critical to their activity planning and implementation, as well as exploring determinants of indicator performance from the Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) 2013-20.

The Activity’s predecessor project, the Monitoring & Evaluation Support Project (MESP), administered this Survey between June and September 2018, surveying nearly 12,000 Jordanians with approximately 95 questions.

USAID/Jordan intended at that time to administer this Survey periodically in order to identify changes over time. USAID/Jordan recently requested the Activity to conduct a second round of the General Population Survey. This second round of the Survey will address the following Development Objectives from the CDCS 2020-25:

            DO 1: Inclusive private sector-led growth

            DO 2: Jordan's ability to improve its water security strengthened

            DO 3: Equitable, democratic governance strengthened

            DO 4: Human potential accelerated

            DO 5: Agency and leadership of women and youth enhanced.

The Activity is seeking a Dashboard Designer to  develop an interactive online dashboard depicting descriptive statistics of data from Round one and two of the Survey. This assignment is for approximately 30 days between about October 2022 and January 2023.

Roles & Responsibilities:

Responsibilities and tasks will include, but are not limited to:

  • Review background documents to better understand the Survey’s scope and key requirements. These documents include but are not limited to the previous General Population Survey Report 2019, previous data sheets/analysis, Survey data collection instruments, and Design Document.
  • Work closely with the Survey team to develop an online dashboard that effectively depicts the findings of the surveys. The dashboard must be responsive to USAID/Jordan’s needs for learning and facilitate the application of findings to decision making for program adjustments and development of new programs. The dashboard should be an interactive tool allowing USAID/Jordan personnel to conduct simple descriptive analysis of the data and to download the results in various formats.
  • Support the implementation of USAID graphic standards and ensure the online dashboard is in compliance with USAID branding and marking guidelines.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree.    
  • At least 4 years of experience using Tableau, Power BI and/or other visual analytics software. Must have experience in data visualization of descriptive findings.
  • Highly motivated and flexible in working with team members in different time zones and with tight and shifting deadlines. Comfortable with rapid back and forth exchanges among team members.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and Arabic.

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