Terms of Reference: Website Audit, Research, and Finding.

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Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) Africa supports programs in more than 14 countries, working directly with governments in Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria, and Zambia, providing support through partners in other African countries. Our mission is to support every child across Africa to build their foundational skills for a better future. In 2022 TaRL Africa was registered as a non-profit organization with its headquarters in Kenya, working directly with African governments to scale up TaRL and support a community of actors across the continent using the TaRL methodology to improve learning outcomes.

Introduction: 

We are seeking a website developer to analyze the current TaRL Africa website template and graphics. The audit will be instrumental in achieving a professional website's desired look and feel.  

Scope of Work: 

The website developer with graphics design and User Interface consultation skills will be responsible for the following:

  • Review the brief, the organization's vision, and the audience to compile a creative brief. This creative brief will be used to audit the current website design, user interface, user experience, content sections, sitemap, and structure. While you audit the current website you will review whether an update is possible or whether a rebuild is necessary.
  • Share a detailed audit report, for discussion in a website workshop. The decisions made in this workshop will dictate the way forward.

Phase 1 deliverables:

  • Audit the current website design, including the user interface, structure and template.
  • Make recommendations on next steps, whether this template can achieve TaRL Africa's overall look and feel or a redesign is required.

Requirements:

  • Solid knowledge and experience in programming applications.
  • Proficient in JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.
  • Proficient in My SQL.
  • Solid ability in both written and verbal communication.
  • Knowledge of programming language and technical terminology.
  • Able to develop ideas and processes and clearly express them.
  • Able to solve complex problems.

Timeline: 

The engagement period will be for a maximum of one month, beginning on 28th August 2023 and ending on 28th September 2023. The exact timeline for specific deliverables will be determined in consultation with the successful candidate.

Submission of Quotations

Please send your quotations together with the support/relevant attachments by close of business on Wednesday 23rd August 2023 via the following channel: Email: procurement@teachingattherightlevel.org 

Job Information

Job type: Full Time Salary: Negotiable Publish date: 21 Aug 2023

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