DM&E Officer II: Odweine, Somaliland
For Somaliland Residents Only
World Vision is an International Relief and Development organization, whose goal is to achieve long-lasting benefits in the quality of life for vulnerable children and their families, displaced persons and communities. World Vision Somaliland Program wishes to invite applications from highly competent dynamic, self-driven and results oriented Somaliland Residents to fill the following vacancy to be based in Odweine Office.
DM&E Officer II: Odweine
The Design Monitoring and Evaluation (DM&E) Officer will provide overall technical monitoring and evaluation support to all the projects assigned. The incumbent will closely work with the project managers to set, monitor and evaluate project performance targets in line with project objectives and to ensure that they are achieved. The candidate will be responsible for guiding the overall implementation of monitoring, evaluation and accountability related activities within the projects and provide timely and relevant information to the project staff. The DME Officer will also be responsible for strengthening the project M&E capacity, regularly monitor and evaluate the results to improve project performance; ensuring monitoring, evaluation and reported is practiced as a means to growing and maintaining a culture of providing credible, reliable, timely and cost effective information for management decisions, accountability and learning in alignment with the project cycles.
Assessment, Design & Planning
Lead project design, planning processes including mainstreaming of the implementation of programme and projects Accountability, Monitoring and Evaluation plans at community in alignment with the World Vision Design Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) Learning through Evaluation with Accountability and Planning (LEAP) framework, Humanitarian accountability standards
Plan, design and carry out assessments and research exercises as appropriate.
Provide technical support to partner organizations, Project Managers and Accountability M&E Assistants in community level planning for on-going projects and designs of new projects
Support project start up workshop to ensure partners and project staff have good understanding of the project monitoring and evaluation and reporting requirements
Develop and manage an updated database and information management system for project plan, indicators and monitoring activities for projects
Review the overall quality and consistency of plans for logic, coherence, clarity and provide feedback and assistance to improve, paying attention to such concerns as;
Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning
Support the project staff to setup and maintain appropriate and robust M&E systems for all the projects assigned to him/her
Support monitoring and evaluation processes using WV Somaliland developed tools and provide guidance to staff and partners in their use
Routinely perform quality control checks of monitoring and evaluation work, overseeing that planned monitoring and evaluation activities are taking place across projects
Design, carry out and/or supervise consultants conducting baselines and evaluations and any other assessments
Track planned evaluations and ensure that evaluation reports are obtained and timely shared to facilitate learning internally and across the partners
Coordinate and facilitate lessons learned events among partners and communities to promote sharing of knowledge generated from project level community reflections, project monitoring and evaluations to improve future program selection, design and implementation as well improvements in existing frameworks
Coordinate field monitoring and evaluation activities, stay abreast on best monitoring and evaluation practice and to support quality programming and accountability standards.
Provide regular feedback to project staff to improve quality of documents at their source.
Enhance corporate learning, capacity building and codification of knowledge through regular contributions on the project monitoring, evaluation and reporting communities of practice.
Provide documentation on case studies and success stories.
Humanitarian & Programme Accountability
Ensure that an appropriate humanitarian and programme accountability mechanism is established and functional for all projects assigned
Ensure a Do No Harm (DNH) assessment report compiled in the first quarter of project implementation
Ensure appropriate tools for Humanitarian Accountability (Complaints and response mechanisms) and mechanism of reporting are adopted and rolled out and functional for all project partners.
An appropriate CRM mechanism (i.e. help desks, suggestion boxes, etc) and methodology of feedback is established in all project communities
Child protection incident reporting is mainstreamed into the humanitarian & programme accountability reporting system and incident reports incorporated in monthly reporting.
DME Capacity Strengthening
Ensure DME capacity strengthening and awareness among staff and key stakeholders is enhanced. Key areas of focus will be:
Conduct DME capacity & competency assessment for the M&E Assistants and design capacity building strategies to address gaps identified
Coordinate structured mentoring support to build the DM&E capacity of staff and partners
Ensure tailor made trainings for project staff, other sectors, beneficiaries, communities and local authorities on CRM system, documentation of best practices, Lessons Learned and how to capture MSC stories and report writing
M&E tools and methods with respect to M&E framework
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
Educational level required: A minimum of a university degree in Social Sciences, Statistics, Community Development, Development Studies, Local Government or any related field.
Technical Training qualifications required: Analysis using qualitative and/ quantitative methods including use of participatory methods and tools for planning, monitoring & evaluation.
Professional technical skill desired: Knowledge of the SPHERE standards, Humanitarian Accountability Partnerships; other international humanitarian standards and other capacity building skills.
Experience: Minimum of three years’ work experience in community based programming, local government or work with NGOs or humanitarian agencies, of which at least two years must be in monitoring & evaluation.
Other: Proficient in the English language, and Somali local language.
Computer literacy is required working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Power point, statistical packages as SPSS.