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Program Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

DAHW

Human Resource

Freetown, Sierra Leone

Job Type

Full-time

Closing date:

20 December 2022

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About

DAHW

DAHW is an independent non-governmental organization supported by donors, volunteers and staff around the world. We collaborate with national and international players active in medical and social development co-operation and research. We form strategic alliances to achieve the best possible outcome. The entrusted funds enable us to fulfill our statutory duties in line with the principle of economy and needs-based support. We consider ourselves as a link between people who want to help and those who need help. We visualize the connection between disease and poverty so that people act with empathy and solidarity.

We assist people suffering from poverty-related diseases on a global scale. We focus on the needs of those with leprosy, tuberculosis and other socially excluding diseases and handicaps. We support medical and social relief programs that allow affected individuals to live a life in dignity and become empowered to be equally integrated into society. We conduct research in the interests of improving prevention, diagnostics and therapy, and medical, social rehabilitation for our target groups. We maintain national and international standards and encourage self-responsibility.

Our vision is a world in which no one suffers from leprosy, tuberculosis and other neglected diseases and the consequences they bring, such as physical disability and social exclusion.

We began our work in Sierra Leone in 1966 in Bombali District.

Requirements

SKILLS REQUIRED

  • Proven skills in monitoring and evaluation planning
  • Project writing skills; should be able to write project proposal
  • Extremely flexible and has the ability to cope with stressful situations
  • Ability to prioritise task and manage time efficiently
  • Effective communication skills.
  • Writing and reporting skills
  • Computer skills

YOUR PROFILE

  • Bachelor Degree in Social Science in Economics or related discipline
  • Minimum of 4 years of monitoring and evaluation work, knowledge in project writing and implementation with provision of technical assistance and/or multi-sectoral programs preferred;
  • Demonstrated experience working with other NGO’s or government MDA’s is an added advantaged.

HOW TO APPLY

Diversity is one of our core organizational values. We therefore accept applications regardless of gender, nationality, ethnic or social origin, religion/belief or disability.

 

We invite you to send us your complete application (including Resume, Cover letter and references), indicating the salary expectation, by 20thDecember 2022 to serray.asgill@dahw.org with the caption: “Application: Program Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

ONLY SHORT-LISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED FOR INTERVIEW.

About the Role

WHAT WE OFFER

  • The position we are recruiting for is that of Program Monitoring and Evaluation Officer.
  • To ensure that the highest standards of conduct are followed and maintained in project implementation.

Program Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be responsible for the monitoring and ensuring high quality and timely inputs, and for ensuring that the project maintains its strategic vision and that its activities result in the achievement of its intended outputs in a cost effective and timely manner. Assist in the development of projects, designing and implementing the M&E activities of all Projects.

 

REPORTING TO: Head of Programs

 

YOUR MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for overall GLRA -MRC projects, monitoring, evaluation and learning process (MEAL)
  • Coordinate the monitoring & evaluation of the project as per Monitoring & Evaluation (M & E) framework by developing appropriate tools and instruments.
  • Facilitate M & E capacity building activities, including building technical capacity of team.
  • Facilitate consultation and collaboration with donors and other stakeholders over monitoring & evaluation, data and information.
  • Prepare relevant technical briefing papers and status updates for the project management team.
  • Contribute to country management through timely processing and dissemination of MIS reports, M & E findings and best practices to facilitate evidence-based planning, learning and decision-making.
  • Undertake Annual Program Review (APR) to capture the achievement at the outcome and output levels and disseminate the APR reports to all stakeholders.
  • Ensure the program quality monitoring against the benchmark indicators set in the M&E framework and prepare monitoring report.
  • Develop data collection tools to monitor achievement of outputs, outcomes, and objectives, as well as key assumptions outlined in the project log frame, in consultation with key project staff and subject matter experts as appropriate.
  • Establish internal excel database to support efficient, accurate data management, reporting and data analysis
  • Alert HOP to any necessary target amendments or changes to M&E plan or tools in a timely manner
  • Ensures the authentication of quantity and quality of program achievements coordinating relevant personnel disseminates feedback reports to program staff.
  • Develop monitoring and impact indicator for the project success
  • Monitor all project activities, the sustainability of the project’s result
  • Support program team in the development of project proposals as and when necessary.
  • Perform other duties as required.

Reporting

  • Compile and disseminate concise summaries of training, webinar, and certificate course evaluation results.
  • Develop annual evaluation report and present findings.
  • Draft high-quality, accurate semi-annual reports in cooperation with Director.
  • Provide input into monthly activity updates for ORR
  • Develop/provide input into updates for other stakeholders as requested by the Director.
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