Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: Local NGO

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Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: Local NGO :

  • Harare
  • Full Time

Job Summary

Deadline: 29 October 2021
Duration: 1 year with a possibility of extension
About the organization
A Non-Governmental Organisation is looking to hire a Monitoring and Evaluation officer to join its team. The organisation has a national office in Harare and its work is centred on gender equity.
Overall duties
The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer will be in charge of the development and implementation of robust monitoring, evaluation systems for the organisation in order to ensure there is quality of M&E tools in projects and Programmes, in management and coordination of project information, and effective accountability to the beneficiary population. The M&E officer will help plan and implement activities requiring specific M&E expertise.

Duties and Responsibilities

Specific duties
Participate in the development of baseline and end line assessments tools; develop and write sections on M&E in project proposal (covering indicators, budgets and M&E Plans and Results framework); Align the ME&L, provide technical support during the design of monitoring tools and the collection and analysis of data, prepare and organize routine monitoring activities of the projects; Ensures monitoring tools are used correctly during the implementation phase, and provides support during data collection activities; Supports data analysis processes and assists in drafting qualitative reports for effective programme management; Provides technical support to ensure that M&E information is used successfully and adapted to target audiences during operational and strategic decision-making; Conducting baseline studies, result assessments, performing situation analyses, designing intervention strategies, capitalizing on lessons learned and creating the necessary conditions to inform, involve and communicate with partners (accountability); Trains other staff and community field people in data collection and correct use of the database tools; develop other tools required to collect data and information for all activities; Participate in the production of audio-visual materials related to activities; Compile narrative monthly, half yearly and annual reports as may be required.

Qualifications and Experience

Qualifications, skills and experience
First Degree in Monitoring & Evaluation / Development Studies and a Diploma / Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation of Project Management Planning / Masters Degree is an added advantage; Have at least 5 years’ experience in a similar role in the NGO Sector with excellent training, communication skills and gender issues; The applicant should be: Be intrinsically motivated and be a self-starter; Be innovative and able to think outside the box; Have strong interest in girl’s education; Have excellent command of English: spoken and written; Ready to work outside office hours; Be able to work in a team

How to Apply

To apply
Interested candidates meeting the above specifications should submit their application letters, CVs (max 3 pages) with contactable referees to [email protected] clearly marked Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in subject line. Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.
Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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