Integrity Third Party Monitoring Manager, Learning and Monitoring Programme Jobs
The Learning and Monitoring Programme Somalia (LAMPS) is a three-year programme of
monitoring, evaluation, learning and consultancy services contracted to Integrity by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), supporting DFID’s Somalia Monitoring
Programme II (SMP II) of which it is a component.
Integrity, in consortium with Altai Consulting, delivers LAMPS in each of Somalia’s federal regions from a central delivery hub in Nairobi, Kenya.
LAMPS works across DFID’s development portfolio in Somalia, helping ensure greaterOversee activity mapping for verification based, coordinating with Implementing Partners
accountability, better risk management and improved understanding of, and learning insights from, programme performance.
Management of TPM Verification Activities and Reporting: (40% LoE)
on workplans and DFID nominations and lead on selection of activities for verification on
a monthly and quarterly basis.
Lead on training needs and material for teams and supervision of delivery of training to Regional Coordinators and Monitors.
Lead and coordinate the drafting of TPM verification reports and responding to feedback
on individual reports. Provide guidance and support to the TPM Officer – Analyst on report
writing including, structure and style.
Support to the Deputy Team Leader to quality assurance of verification reports, providing constructive feedback on verifi
with DFID and implementing partners on Verification Reports, including content, layout, access and usefulness.
Field Management and Duty of Care: (30% LoE)
Update and maintain the risk matrix in consultation with the Programme Manager, using
lessons learnt ongoing activities to better hone our assessments, mitigations and
subsequent field operation planning.
Supervise planning and coordination of field team deployments for verification data
collection, communicating with IP points of contact TPM Officer – Somalia Coordinator,
and LAMPS Regional Coordinators to ensure timely delivery across all regions of work.
Coordinate diligence and operational (security and safety) assessments for field work in Somalia are made, suitable mitigations are adopted, and risks are properly logged, tracked, and updated. Provide guidance and support to the TPM Officer – Somalia Coordinator on duty of care and security considerations.
Coordinate with the TPM Officer – Somalia Coordinator and Regional Coordinators in
Somalia on all planned activities and visits. Responsible for the review of field operation
plans, daily field check-ins, escalating issues to the Programme Management Unit and the
Security and Risk Adviser (London).
Provide urgent contextual updates, issuing and responding to operational alerts in
coordination with the Programme Manager, TPM Officer – Somalia Coordinator, and Regional Coordinators.
Supporting critical incident responses through triangulation of operational information, advice on response plans and coordination with Programme Management Unit and Security and Risk Adviser.
DFID and Implementing Partner Engagement: (20% LoE)
Client engagement over utility and optimised value of outputs.
Build and maintain constructive dialogues with DFID implementing partners key points of
contact, building understanding of IP activities to support verification delivery and
Coordination and engagement with DFID implementing partners for required information
including workplans and additional supporting documentation.
Learning for the TPM Verification Workstream: (10% LoE)
Contribute to internal and external learning processes, reporting and events for the TPM verification workstream.
Expected Outputs and Deliverables
Ensuring the high quality, relevance and user-ability for client of verification reports.
Justification and communication to client and IP of internal/external flags.
Data oversight to ensure consistent quality.
Circulation of TPM updates internally within LAMPS team and externally to client.
Communication channels opened with client SROs with regular engagement.
Wider analysis of data to incorporate trends and key learning for client.
The TPM Manager will report directly to the Deputy Team Leader and will provide situation reports and analysis to the Programme Manager and Assistant Programme Manager.
Full time, approximately 22 days per month.
How to apply:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete the application form at our website and attach a CV and Cover Letter at the bottom of your application.
Closing date for applications: 31st August 2018
Please be advised that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Integrity is an equal opportunities employer. And positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
We will respect your confidentiality and abide by UK data protection laws
For more information and job application details, see; Integrity Third Party Monitoring Manager, Learning and Monitoring Programme Jobs
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