Farm Africa Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Jobs in Ethiopia
Farm Africa Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Jobs in EthiopiaPurposeThe Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will contribute to the development of an effective results-based M&E system, ensuring that knowledge generation, management and use is effectively built into the whole project cycle.
The position holder will play a major role in project monitoring, periodic data collection and analysis, devise mechanisms and lead the process for effective dissemination, utilisation and documentation of learning.
S/he actively takes part in the design as well as the execution of baseline, midterm evaluation and final evaluation of the aforementioned project.
In addition, s/he works very closely with Farm Africa’s Programme quality team and partners to support monitoring, and evaluation of the project.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities
Establish a robust M&E system for data collection, analysis, feedback and reporting by working closely with Farm Africa’s Programme Team. Report after analysis can include OCAT results, cost benefit analysis on coffee business, PFM business plan development, VSLA results, etc
Develop strategies for long-term, sustainable systems to support data production, storage, analysis, documentation, dissemination and use
Work in consultation and partnership with project Team Leader and other staff members to ensure consistency across the M&E system
Represent the organization in discussions and events relating to cross learning
Design tools and oversee implementation of Community/Beneficiary feedback
Support program team on preparation of annual work plan. Also, document & follow up the implementation of plan of action (where necessary) to strengthen the positive impacts on the lives of target communities/households
Actively engage in the design and execution of baseline, midterm and final evaluation surveys and documentation and dissemination of findings
Update records regularly and facilitate monthly project progress review sessions at field sub-office level
Review and ensure quality of baseline, log frame indicators, reporting formats and contents and other relevant management tools from the perspective of knowledge management and learning
Support the establishment of and work closely with an M&E taskforce that will meet periodically
Assist in the preparation of weekly, monthly and quarterly reports that will be used internally, and for government as well as for donor reporting.
Make sure the report answers the 5Ws, rich-in gender and other segregated data, that includes challenges during implementations and justifications for over/under achievements.
Follow up all training activities of the project are ended with joint plan of action with the view to help cascading and wider dissemination of the training given. Also, follow up and collect data for its implementation after planning.
Facilitate biannual and annual review meetings to help share progress and outcome level changes and seek solution for problems of the project.
Assist in organizing and lead knowledge and learning events/workshops
Compile lessons learned & best practices of the project. Also, prepare case studies/stories and regular reports and submit it to supervisor timely
Capacitate project team in the area of monitoring and evaluation. Train, advice and coach project staff members and partners in proper planning, monitoring, data collection, and reporting.
These essential functions are not to be interpreted as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other job related duties as required.
All work responsibilities are subject to having performance goals and/or targets established.
Investing in smallholder farming is the number one way to combat poverty in rural Africa.
Farm Africa is a leading NGO specialising in growing agriculture, protecting the environment and developing businesses in rural Africa
Education, Qualifications & other knowledge
BSc/BA/MSc/MA in social studies, Rural Development, Agricultural Economics, Applied statistics or other related discipline
Training / knowledge on statistical software, and ability to interpret what conclusions can and cannot be drawn from data
Strong understanding of participatory approaches and current developments trends
Knowledge of gender and social inclusiveness
Minimum 5 years work for BSc/BA holders and 3 years for MSc/MA holders working in M&E
Skills and hands on experience on conducting or commissioning qualitative and quantitative research methods, designs and impact evaluations
Working in multi partner environments to insure sufficient rigour in M&E.
Demonstrable experience of participatory development approach
Experience on coffee or any other commodity in export market
Experience of finance programmes / projects
Experience working in rural and semi urban areas
Skills & Abilities
Ability to analyse data to extract findings, lessons and recommendations and to further develop M&E systems
Ability to write and present analytically sound documents clearly to a wide range of audiences
Highly organised with attention to detail
Strong interpersonal, communication and motivational skills
Firm belief in teamwork and gender equality
Good facilitation and coordination skills
Very good English language skills (written and spoken)
Excellent record keeping and report writing skills
Computer literacy, friendly with MS-Office packages
Ability to work in a multi partner environment
Skills in developing and implementing new creative strategies
Ability to facilitate marketing
How to Apply
Those who meet the above requirements should submit their short CV (maximum of 3 pages) and a cover letter (maximum 1 page) addressing email@example.com or in person to Farm Africa’s Benishangul field office with the subject
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for GIZ PFM project by August 06, 2020.
Documents cannot be returned and due to large number of applications, only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Applications are especially welcomed from female applicants.
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