The Unlimited Child: Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Officer

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Responsibilities:

  • Train staff on the use of Monitoring and Evaluation tools.
  • Analyse and consolidate evaluations of Programmes’ and their contribution to the achievement of overall results; the findings of the evaluation shall inform the development of new strategies.
  • Working within a comprehensive reporting framework with provisions for rigorous impact assessment. Make recommendations for enhancements and improvements.
  • Analyse bi-annual and annual reports and produce a synthetic and analytical progress report to guide management decision-making.
  • Maintaining systems and mechanisms for collecting data to monitor the development of defined indicators under the comprehensive reporting framework.
  • Once a year, undertake an assessment to review the programme and collate a Learning Brief.
  • Ensure processes are in place to effectively manage the lifecycle of the project.
  • Streamline all systems, processes, tools, data analysis and ensure that staff are able to apply these.
  • In partnership with the Manager: Monitoring, Evaluation and Research evaluate the impact of the work TUC does and ensure the constant innovation and application of the programmes.
  • Ensure that clear operation Plans are in place, and understood across the work streams/programme areas.
  • M+E Plans and tools in place at start-up.
  • Resource Needs mapped and provisioned for from the start.
  • Timely monitoring of progress against Operation Plans and corrective action taken as necessary.
  • Generate quarterly learning briefs that inform improved programming and practice.

Requirements:

  • Relevant Degree in Social Sciences or Statistics
  • A minimum of 5 years experience in the NGO sector, preferably ECD
  • Experience with data analytics and programme reporting and working with electronic management systems

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV to the following address: [email protected]

For more about The Unlimited Child, refer to www.theunlimitedchild.org

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