Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Jobs in Africa » Jobs Africa » Careers in Africa
Duration: Up to 3 years
Responsible to the Program Manager, the Monitoring & Evaluation
Officer will be responsible for guiding the overall M&E strategy and implementation of related activities within the program and via
partners, and providing timely and relevant information to program
This entails close communication with all involved in
M&E design and coordination including core program and partner M&E staff, representatives from the PCC, representatives from primary stakeholder groups, the Program Manager, and external consultants.
Revise the program log frame matrix, particularly in the
areas of the objective hierarchy, indicators and monitoring
Develop the overall framework for program M&E, for example,
annual program reviews, participatory impact assessments, process
monitoring, operations monitoring and lessons learned workshops.
With stakeholders, set out the framework and procedures for
the evaluation of program activities.
With implementing partners, review their existing approaches
and management information systems and agree on any required changes, support and resources.
Identify other M&E staff that the program requires, and guide
Recruit, guide and supervise organisations that are
contracted to implement special surveys and studies required for
evaluating program impact.
Develop a plan for program-related capacity building on M&E
and for any computer-based support that may be required.
Organise and undertake training with stakeholders, including
primary stakeholders, in M&E skills, including participatory aspects.
Guide the establishment of administrative, accounting and
program-component M&E systems.
Collate reports from all implementing agencies and ensure
that the reports are prepared, and consolidate them for easy
reporting by the PMU.
Mobilise relevant M&E technical assistance in a timely
manner, with clearly demarcated responsibilities that are based on the participatory and equity principles of the program.
The ideal candidate should have at least three years of proven
The Logical Framework Approach and other strategic planning
M&E methods and approaches (including quantitative, qualitative and participatory).
Planning and implementation of M&E systems.
Training in M&E development and implementation.
Facilitating learning-oriented analysis sessions of M&E data
with multiple stakeholders.
Information analysis and report writing.
Further requirements include:
A solid understanding of health systems in Zimbabwe, with a
focus on participatory processes, joint management, and gender issues.
Familiarity with and a supportive attitude towards processes
of strengthening local organisations and building local capacities for self-management.
Willing to undertake regular field visits and interact with
different stakeholders, especially primary stakeholders.
Experience in M&E system design.
Proven ability to work in close collaboration with
ministries, local authorities and key stakeholders.
Demonstrable experience working within budgets and workplans.
Excellent communication skills.
Flexibility, ability to adapt to a changing environment and
willing to travel frequently in arduous conditions.
Interested parties are invited to submit their CV and a one page
cover letter outlining how their experience meets the above
requirements to Caroline Wilkins at carolinew [at] grminternational.co.za
CVs of suitable applicants will be added to the GRM Consultant Database.
For more: Jobs in Africa » Jobs Africa » Careers in Africa
List includes: NGO Jobs, international jobs, development jobs, relief jobs, international humanitarian jobs, international vacancies, international development, ngo jobs africa, ngo list, jobs vacancies, jobs opportunities, opportunity jobs, international non profit jobs.