World University Service of Canada Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Jobs in South Sudan

World University Service of Canada Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Jobs in South Sudan

World University Service of Canada (WUSC) is a Canadian non-profit organization with a
mission to enhance education, economic opportunities, and empowerment for youth. We
work with a diverse network of students, volunteers, institutions, governments, and
businesses. Together, we foster youth-centered solutions to overcome inequality and
exclusion. WUSC is working in partnership with the Aga Khan Foundation of Canada (AKFC)
with funding from Global Affairs Canada (GAC) to implement the Adolescent Girls’ Education
in Crisis Initiative (AGENCI). This four-year project will focus on enhancing the
empowerment of vulnerable refugee and host community girls in South Sudan through life
skills, mentorship programs, support to reduce financial barriers, and community
engagement. WUSC will work closely with AKFC teams in South Sudan to jointly implement
this initiative.


  • Implementation of the AGENCI monitoring framework, using GAC’s Results-Based
    Management principles;
    ● Ensuring M&E tasks (such as planning, coordination of monitoring and data collection
    activities, training of staff, etc.) are effectively carried out in accordance with the
    expectations of the donor;
    ● Developing and updating monitoring and evaluation systems (such as the
    Performance Management Framework) linked to key indicators for the purpose of
    informing program activities and reporting to the donor, and supporting continous
    improvements in the process;
    ● Providing high quality technical expertise on planning, development and
    implementation of M & E systems to AGENCI
    staff and local counterparts;
    ● Ensuring regular communication and coordination with regard to the collection,
    coordination and exchange of M&E information with project staff in South Sudan,
    AKFC counterparts, and Canada-based WUSC staff; and
    ● Ensuring all AGENCI program activities develop and apply M&E systems which meet
    the evidence-based data collection requirements.


  • Master’s degree in a relevant field or equivalent mix of education and experience;
    ● A minimum of eight years of experience in the field of monitoring and evaluation of
    development programs;
    ● Experience working with international development partners, international
    non-governmental organizations and donors, ideally with Global Affairs Canada
    (formerly known as DFATD or CIDA);
    ● Experience with monitoring and evaluation concepts and principles is required;
    ● Knowledge of quantitative data collection and analysis is preferred;
    ● Knowledge of international development, and with issues that impact refugees and
    host communities;
    ● Experience working with ethnically diverse communities and with projects
    implementing gender mainstreaming strategies; and
    ● Demonstrated high level written and verbal communication skills in English and
    ideally at least one other language commonly spoken in South Sudan

    How to Apply

    If you wish to apply for this position, please submit a letter of motivation and CV to with the subject line “AGENCI M&E Officer- South Sudan” by November 15th,

    For more information and job application details, see; World University Service of Canada Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Jobs in South Sudan

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