Design Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator
Purpose of the position:
World Vision Swaziland is seeking a Design Monitoring & Evaluation (DM&E) Coordinator to provide DME technical support to WVS programmes and grants in alignment to Learning Evaluation and Accountability and Planning (LEAP 3) and National Office Strategy to achieve Child Well Being Outcomes (CWBO). The position also seeks to grow and manage the portfolio of WV projects. The position reports to the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager.
Provide technical Support to Technical programmes team during design, implementation, reporting and evaluation of technical programme.
Carry out quality assessments for all new programs and projects ensuring alignment to CWBO, LEAP and NO strategy.
Ensure that all technical programmes and project baselines are conducted to identify benchmark statistics for quality programming.
Ensure that Technical programmes and other grant funded projects designs and re-designs are prepared that are integrated and aligned to the NO strategy, LEAP, CWBO and Donor requirements.
Develop and update monitoring and aggregation tools that will be used in all Technical programmes to ensure alignment to the design documents or project proposals and reporting requirements.
Facilitate evaluations for programs and projects in working with consultants to measure program contribution towards CWBO.
Attend DME stakeholders meetings both regional level to support new initiatives by both the partnership and stakeholders on M&E. Network and coordinate with all stakeholders at regional level to support new initiatives by both the partnership and stakeholders on M&E
Ensures that technical programmes' and Area Programmes transitions and sustainability strategies are developed in alignment with LEAP 3.
Plan for regular learning’s for technical programmes to identify lessons through conducting research and reflections.
Conduct DME trainings for project and program staff to ensure proper programming and alignment to DME framework and CWBO.
Manage all data collected from surveys to ensure accuracy to influence quality programming.
Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.
Attend and participate/lead in daily devotions and weekly Chapel services.
Perform other duties as required.
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:
Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences with major in Statistics, Demography or related field with Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) bias
Training in Information technology, monitoring and evaluation and database management
Ability to use Microsoft programs including Word, Excel, Access and statistical analytical packages including SPSS and Stata
Ability to work to deadlines and attention to detail
Previous experience in similar role
Previous experience in humanitarian organization setting is added advantage
Working Environment / Conditions:
Work environment: Office-based with frequent travel to the field
Travel: The job will involve occasional domestic travel and could also involve international travel but this will be uncommon.
On call: Job doesn’t involve call but may require working after hours.