New York University, through NYU Afghanistan, is conducting a 4-year randomized controlled trial (RCT), also known as an impact evaluation, studying strategies to maximize learning outcomes, female educational attainment and sustained
access to primary education through programming centered on community-based education (CBE). The project is entitled
Assessment of Social Effects and Learning Outcomes of Community-based Education (ALSE). The ALSE project also provides one week-long workshop per year in research methods for key staff from Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education (MoE) and national staff from international NGO partner organizations. NYU Afghanistan is a registered non-governmental organization with the NGO department of the Ministry of Economy.
NYU Afghanistan seeks to hire full time driver and car to support its work in Kabul. Upon successful completion of three month trial period, the driver’s contract with NYU Afghanistan will be extended for a year. The driver must be able to pick staff up at their homes and drive them to NYU Afghanistan office and/or meeting locations in Kabul City. Occasionally, the driver may be asked to transport staff to areas of Kapisa and/or Parwan and back.