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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager- Arusha

Job Description

Purpose of the position:

The Monitoring and Evaluation- Manager will provide leadership in the development and implementation of WVT’s M&E system and ensure adherence with WVI practices and standards.

Roles and Responsibilities:

1. Organise and standardize monitoring in WVT

  • Contextualise WVI monitoring guidelines in a way that is practicable for the national office.

  • Develop WVT policies for monitoring that include data collection protocols and procedures.

  • Identify and select Child Wellbeing indicators that reflect WVT strategy to be used as standardised indicators across area and technical programmes.

  • Review area and technical programmes to ensure alignment with LEAP 3 monitoring standards, including the use of WVT standardised indicators.

  • Provide guidance to DME staff (specialists, officers etc) and area/technical programme managers in setting up effective monitoring systems

  • Ensure that WVT data collection protocols and procedures are followed across area and technical programme.

  • Contextualize the Partnership monitoring guidelines in a way that is practicable for WVT.

2. Oversee analysis of monitoring data at National Office level

  • Develop a data analysis framework to be used to review management reports from programmes, appropriate to WVT.

  • Consolidate and critically analyse monitoring data from all programmes on an ongoing basis.

  • Ensure data quality for WVT for all programmes by conducting regular data audits.

3. Manage the sharing and use of monitoring data

  • Share consolidated and analysed information from programmes with Senior Leadership Team on a regular basis to show progress towards the National Office strategy.

  • Prepare integrated lessons learnt from regular National Office-level reviews and reflection of all (technical) programme monitoring data, to be shared with programming and DME staff.

  • Highlight issues that may need to be shared with government ministries and other NO-level partners and counterparts, or that require further research, based on the evidence arising from monitoring data.

  • Provide recommendations to Senior Ledership Team of actions and changes to programme plans that may be required based on the evidence arising from monitoring data.

  • Guide key stakeholders to implement recommendations, as necessary.

4. Lead the Quality Assurance Team;

  • Organise M&E technical orientation for WVT;

  • Ensure M&E staff performance benchmarks are set and tracked;

  • Provide staff performance oversight including reporting to work and general welfare;

  • Ensure stewardship and accountability of WVT material and financial resources.

Skills and competencies:

Minimum Qualification required:

  • Post-graduate qualifications in Statistics, Epidemiology, Applied Science, Agriculture, Social Science or research based qualifications.

  • Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.


  • 10 years proven experience with international development and humanitarian organizations in related field;

Other technical skills and abilities Preferred:

  • Conversant in qualitative and quantitative data collection protocols including, sampling.

  • Expert understanding of Logical Framework Matrix, Theory of Change, Pathway of Change, indicators, Performance Monitoring Framework, Results Framework, M&E Plans, Performance Indicator Tracking Tables.

  • Familiar with mobile applications for data collection.

  • Excellent analytical/problem-solving skills and attention to detail in development of written documents.

  • Expresses ideas, thoughts and concepts clearly and effectively in writing using correct and appropriate grammar and structure.

  • Demonstrates proficiency in computer applications including use of Microsoft Suite, SPSS, SAS, GIS etc.