Part-time Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

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The Adonis Musati Project (AMP) was formed in 2007 to assist the vulnerable asylum seeker and refugee populations in Cape Town. Since then it has developed several successful community-based psycho-social interventions to assist the most marginalised, including survivors of sexual and gender based violence and youth at risk.

AMP seeks to appoint a part-time Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, to be based in Cape Town. This role will initially be a 3 month fixed term contract, with the possibility of renewal.

The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will manage Adonis Musati Project’s database and support the design and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, research and learning framework for AMP’s programmes.

Key responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

Maintaining and supporting the further development of AMP’s centralised database on Salesforce
Supporting programme managers & data capturers to maintain an accurate database of all beneficiaries
Supporting the refinement of relevant Theories of Change for AMP’s programmes as required
Working with the relevant programme teams to ensure an annual performance monitoring plan is in place
Supporting the design and development and/or refinement of monitoring tools, for both quantitative and qualitative data collection, using a consultative process with programme management and/or teams
Ensuring that programme staff are collecting monitoring data on a regular basis
Ensuring quality of the data collection and conduct internal audits of both paper and electronic data
Reviewing accuracy of data recorded in Salesforce, and support programme teams to make corrections
Supporting programme teams to conduct qualitative data collection, which may include surveys, focus groups, key informant interviews, case studies and story telling
Assisting programme managers with data for their monthly reports
Analyse output and outcome results and report on findings to management as per agreed plans
Producing reports on M&E findings and preparing presentations of data as required

Candidate requirements:

Degree in social development, education or health (or relevant field) required
Post graduate qualification in Monitoring & Evaluation preferred
Professional experience in similar role
Qualitative or quantitative research experience
Salesforce experience (preferably at a Systems Administrator level)
Excellent analytical skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
Advanced computer literacy – especially on Excel and other Microsoft products
Good time management skills
Able to cope with change
Able to work in a multi-cultural/lingual environment
Ability to work independently, self-motivated and results driven

To apply, please submit a CV and letter of motivation clearly stating why feel you are suitable for the role to [email protected]

Do not apply for the post if you do not have the relevant requirements above.

AMP reserves the right not to fill the role if no suitable candidates are found within a round of applications.

For more about the Adonis Musati Project, refer to www.adonismusatiproject.org

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