Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

The Monitoring & Evaluation Officer oversees all M&E activities, provides technical direction and support. S/he will be responsible for designing a robust M&E system that will ensure that relevant quantitative and qualitative data required for regular monitoring and reporting is collected, managed, analysed and stored in appropriate form.

Duties And Responsibilities
• Provide expertise in M&E planning and methodology
• Conduct baseline surveys
• Participate in and providing support to project design activities including development of project theories of change and strategic frameworks (Results Frameworks, LogFrames)
• Develop Monitoring and Evaluation plans
• Help determine performance and impact indicators and targets
• Provide support to the Director with proposal development for M&E components

• Implement monitoring systems and designing monitoring tools
• Developing and periodic reviewing of data collection tools
• Monitor project activities, outputs and progress towards anticipated results
• Work with data platforms and databases technologies to capture and organize data
• Train field staff in monitoring and evaluation processes and providing ongoing coaching
• Carry out planned and random field visits, verifications and validations of data
• Conduct data quality assessments

Analysis and Reporting
• Determine data analysis procedures and use of quantitative or qualitative analysis tools
• Clean, sort, categorize and organize data
• Analyze quantitative and/or qualitative data
• Summarize findings
• Develop monthly, quarterly or annual reports depending on project requirements.
• Prepare and share with management monitoring and evaluation reports for all projects.
• Disseminate evaluation findings and project results with management, donors and other stakeholders

• Conducting program analysis or special studies
• Supporting or leading evaluation teams
• Managing external evaluation consultants and draft scope of work/terms of reference

Organizational Learning
• Contributing to institutional learning processes
• Documenting stories of most significant change
• Tracking best practices in monitoring and evaluation

Qualifications And Experience
• A recognized University degree in one of the following fields: Social Sciences/ Monitoring and Evaluation/Statistics or equivalent.
• Advanced knowledge and skills of computer packages (excel and access) and use of qualitative and quantitative data analysis software
• Good interpersonal, networking and communication skills;
• At least 2years working experience in similar position
• Valid class four driving license

How To Apply
If you meet the above criteria and you have the drive, send your application, CV and three contactable referees Female candidates are encouraged to apply

Offer / SeekerJob Offer
Job TypePermanent
Minimum Remuneration (USD per month)competitive