UN Field Monitor, Food for PeaceThird Party Monitoring Jobs in South Sudan
The U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Office of Food for Peace (FFP) is a major humanitarian donor in South Sudan, providing an estimated $300 million annually in lifesaving food and nutrition assistance.
The purpose of Third Party Monitoring and Verification (TPM&V) is to provide activity monitoring, output verification, and reporting services for USAID/South Sudan FFP activities.Under the direct supervision of the monitoring and verification managers and, the field monitors will be responsible for monitoring project level activities and contextual indicators and assessments, ensuring high quality and timely project monitoring and assessments reports.
S/he will ensure that projects maintain their strategic direction and that activities are completed on schedule.
The field monitor will be responsible for assisting the monitoring and verification manager with monitoring activities of all projects funded by USAID FFP on regular basis.
This position is solely focused on the FFP activity and will execute from August 2017 to March 2018.
Reporting and Deployment:
The Field Monitor will be part of a TPM team and will report directly to the TPM&V Manager. S/he will spend most of the time in the field collecting data, with trips back to Juba to participate in the consolidation of reports.
The maximum time envisioned during the course of the reporting period is 50% level of effort a month. Hence this position is considered as a short-term technical assistance to MSI TPM&V.
Monitor and verify all Implementing partners’ project plans, activities and progress towards achieving project outputs including monitoring conflict triggers and analyzing context in which projects operate.
Monitor and assess overall progress on achievement of results, including access, availability of services and products, usage and benefices effective demand.
Monitor and report on Do-No-Harm principle of USAID FFPs activities.
Monitor sustainability of project results.
Provide feedback of the monitoring and verification findings to Third Party Monitors (TPMs), USAID project COR/OAR and USAID/South Sudan Programs Office team.
Prepare monitoring report of project activities and report to monitoring and evaluation manager.
Assist project personnel with M&E tools and support them in the use of the tools.
Observe and verify soft and hard activities in the field using technology based data collection techniques.
Collect photographs, GPS coordinates, and other verification related media as security and policy allows.
University degree preferable in social sciences or related field.
At least four (4) years of monitoring and/or implementing development projects.
Experience in food commodity distributions.
Demonstrate working knowledge of M&E application, methodology and development issues.
Experience in designing tools and strategies for data collection, analysis and production of reports.
Proven computer skills, including data analysis software(s).
Familiarity with Android smart phones a plus.
Strong training and facilitation skills.
Experience conducting surveys or other research in the field.
Demonstrate commitment to improving the quality of work conducted and delivered, including going through periodic training sessions for monitors in full adherence to MSI and USAID/South Sudan standards and guidelines.
Exhibit very good communication skills (written and oral), response to all partners, and develop good working relationships with donors.
Ability and willingness to travel to select states, cities or areas as requested.
How to apply
Interested candidates should apply online by 9th September, 2018
For more information and job application details, see; UN Field Monitor, Food for Peace (FPP) Third Party Monitoring Jobs in South Sudan
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