Associate in Ghana
dedicated to improving the delivery of educational services in Ghana
by Jennifer Badger | 17 August 2020
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JOB DESCRIPTION

About Acasus

Acasus is a consultancy dedicated to helping governments implement transformational reforms in health and education. Our goal is to improve public health and education for those who need it the most. In just five years, Acasus has developed a strong reputation supporting governments across Asia, Africa, and South America. We are working on high-profile projects in the education and health sectors in Pakistan. We are rapidly expanding and also have ongoing projects in Mozambique, DRC, and Ethiopia among others. We offer high degrees of responsibility and autonomy and the opportunity to drive a truly impactful set of reforms. You will have a chance to help shape a growing, young, entrepreneurial company with a social mission.

Our Work

We work in small teams that support the most senior officials in government (typically at ministerial or prime-ministerial level) to drive rapid educational reforms.

Much of our day-to-day work involves helping officials to:

● Plan and develop strategies

● Monitor progress

● Use data and other information

● Build capacity and skills throughout the system

● Improve coordination and cooperation

● Solve problems and challenges as they arise

● Access international evidence and lessons about what works Acasus teams include a mix of experienced consultants from leading international consultancies and highly talented locally-hired staff.

Our success depends on being able to attract good people, and then, more importantly, providing them with high-quality professional development to enable them to quickly become effective. The work is varied and ranges from office-based policy & strategy development to ground level understanding and implementation in the field.

Role in Brief

As an Associate, you will support officials at central and provincial levels to implement a customized version of our reform model, which involves strengthening & analyzing data that will enable rapid action to improve educational/health outcomes and save lives. You will help build on the existing insights and engagement to strengthen the health system at a national level and improve overall efficiency and effectiveness.

Our Ideal Consultant will Demonstrate

● Excellent problem-solving skills

● Strong drive and motivation

● Highly developed interpersonal skills

● Good communication skills

● Interest in social issues

● Motivation to join our organization

● Prior experience and interest in the social sector are desirable but not essential

The Reward

● Competitive compensation

● The opportunity to be part of a team making truly impactful reforms

● To be able to learn and develop within a role whilst contributing to national change

● Opportunities for further international travel with future projects

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Joining the team
We will be accepting responses until 12:00am CEST, September 17th

All submissions uploaded after this date will be kept on file for future opportunities to join the team but may not be considered for current openings.


Next Steps

Join us in advancing technology for global impact. Apply now!

Acasus is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and thrive on inclusive employment based on merit, qualifications and business needs.

Joining the team
We will be accepting responses until 12:00am CEST, September 17th

All submissions uploaded after this date will be kept on file for future opportunities to join the team but may not be considered for current openings.


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