Overall Purpose of the Job: The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will work closely with the Programme team at the field level to coordinate and support all areas of programme monitoring, reviews and evaluations.
Specific Roles and Responsibilities
- Support the implementation of the baseline and other surveys according to the approved M&E framework.
- Coordinate periodic monitoring activities i.e. monthly and quarterly data collection and analysis for the Emergency Assistance for Drought Affected Families in Somalia, Mogadishu.
- Support all projects to meet their reporting requirements.
- Submit Monthly, Quarterly & Progress Reports to the M&E Program Manager.
- Work with other Programme Managers to ensure that the project documents progress and demonstrate project results as per the M&E plan in place.
- Support the data collectors and field assistants in carrying out data collection and community mobilization activities.
- Work with the Programme Manager as appropriate to ensure that there is good coordination and that there is quality assurance on all assessments, knowledge management, programme reviews and evaluations.
- Support programme design and review.
- Any other duties as required within the level and authority of this position.
- Bachelor’s degree in any social sciences. Preference will be given to candidates with post graduate qualifications in M&E
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience working with reputable national or international organization in M&E in humanitarian response context.
- Experience and competencies in research, monitoring and evaluation for INGOs, UN agencies and/or donor programs
- Computer proficiency in statistical packages like SPSS
- Sound understanding of indicators, data collection methodology, data quality issues; ability to develop indicators and data collection tools and assess data quality
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, good proposal writing, documentation and report writing skills
- Experience in Monitoring & Evaluation of projects in Somalia or a related fragile context