MONITORING AND EVALUATION (M&E) COORDINATOR at World Relief Rwanda (WRR), Kigali, Rwanda – CLOSE: 30/11/2022

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MONITORING AND EVALUATION (M&E) COORDINATOR at World Relief Rwanda (WRR), Kigali, Rwanda – CLOSE: 30/11/2022

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

To facilitate the implementation of Developing Human Capital in Rwanda (DHCR) project in Burera, Rubavu and Rutsiro districts, World Relief Rwanda (WRR) wishes to recruit one qualified and well experienced candidate to fill the position of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Coordinator. The Job Description and other requirements for this position are as follows:

Position title:

M&E Coordinator

Position location:

Kigali

Department/Division:

Grants Management and Acquisition

Job title of supervisor:

Project Manager

Starting date:

Immediately

Length of opportunity:

8 months with potential of extension

Hours per week:

Full time – 40 Hrs.

Number of Positions Open:

1

General functions/Responsibilities:

The M&E Coordinator will lead and co-ordinate the M&E component of DHCR project ensuring that M&E is embedded within the programme activities; tailored to national contexts and contributes to on-going learning. The M&E Coordinator will have strong analytical and research skills; experience in development of study designs, experience in designing monitoring and evaluation tools for behavior change programmes, and proven capacity to support others in a range of evaluation and data collection methodologies. The role involves supporting the project team, community leadership and volunteers in the documentation of key human interest stories, impact stories, best practices and other learnings throughout the life of the project. S/he also contributes significantly in the planning and overall implementation process of the programme ensuring consistent compliance to the design programme design.

Specific job duties:

1.Lead on monitoring and evaluation for the DHCR Project.

2.Work with the project Manager and other programme staff to embed monitoring and evaluation into the project. This includes designing the overall approach for M&E within the programme.

3.Design new or improve existing monitoring tools that will be used to track progress and capture data at process and impact level across the programme geo-coverage areas. These include both qualitative interviews and quantitative surveys.

4.Be responsible for monitoring and evaluating the important component of seed funding which is essentially a cash transfer exercise and will therefore be responsible for monitoring effective and efficient cash distribution and evaluating the sustainability of the exercise.

5.Manage the documentation process of the programme ensuring quality and timely capturing and documentation of impact stories about the programme.

6.Ensure programmatic data are regularly collected, processed, analyzed and shared timely with relevant programme partners and stakeholders.

7.Create succinct reports that will inform Project Manager, staff, and partners of the progress of the programme.

8.Provide advice on needs assessment and analysis, monitoring and evaluation methodologies in order to develop a consistent and continually improving approach to collecting and using data.

9. Assist others to put in place and carry out appropriate outcome-focused evaluation processes for the project. For example, helping to develop logic models and evaluation frameworks.

10. Promote the use of learning from evidence and evaluation and share and promote the use of performance and impact reports across the districts to drive learning, business improvements, planning and strategy.

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Minimum Bachelor Degree in Public Health, Social Sciences, Statistics or equivalent degree in a related field.
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office application, statistical packages such SPSS, Stata, CSPro or SAS.
  • Excellent questionnaire design and programming using any electronic data collection applications (such ODK, Kobo, SurveyCTO, ONA, CommCare etc.)
  • Strong interpersonal skills are vital.
  • Strong capacity building and facilitation skills.
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision, and to deal with problems/issues promptly and efficiently.
  • Ability to maintain performance expectations in conditions with limited resources.
  • Excellent written and spoken in English and Kinyarwanda, French is an added value.
  • Any other responsibilities assigned by the supervisor.

Experience required:

  • 3 years’ experience in the field of monitoring and evaluation, experience in outbreak related surveys would be a plus.
  • Demonstrated experience in needs or capacity gap analysis, data collection, data cleaning, analysis and reporting.

 

Physical demands:

  • Willingness to travel and supervise program activities outside of Kigali. In three Districts of intervention Burera, Rubavu and Rutsiro.

How to apply:

If you are interested and qualified for this position:

  • Please submit application letter addressed to the Country Director, copy of notified Degree, comprehensive Curriculum Vitae with three (3) names of referees, copy of your national identity card and a recommendation letter from your Pastor or Priest by November 30, 2022 by 4:00 p.m. to World Relief Rwanda. Address: KG 5 Ave107 A Street Kacyiru, KigaliWRR is an equal opportunity employer and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be notified for exams. If you don’t hear from WRR by December 15, 2022, consider your application unsuccessful.
  • Note that submitted applications are not returned to applicants.

Done at Kigali on November 20, 2022

Jacqueline Mukashema

Director of Administration and Finance.

  • Category : Other Jobs

Location

KG 5 Ave, Kigali,Gasabo,Kigali City,Rwanda

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