Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Technical Advisor
Position: Senior Technical Design Monitoring & Evaluation – Stop GBV II
Location: National Office – Lusaka
Reports to: Chief of Party
Purpose of the position
The Senior Technical Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor shall Design, implement and manage the project’s monitoring & evaluation strategy, including instrument design, data collection, and analysis and reporting. Facilitate ongoing learning on monitoring and evaluation for WV staff, project sub-grantees and local primes as well as facilitate research work related to the STOP GBV II project, including dissemination. The position shall further supervise project M&E staff including those from sub grantee organizations.
Design, implement and manage the project’s monitoring & evaluation strategy.
Lead the design of the project’s monitoring & evaluation strategy
Lead the design of conceptual frameworks, research methodology and data collection tools for WV, sub-grantees and local primes.
Develop the methodology for baseline and evaluation studies.
Train data collection teams, conduct data analysis and develop reports for WV and donors, including reports from partners.
Develop and manage reporting systems and processes for WV, sub-grantees and local primes for timely reporting to donors.
Conduct Data Quality Assurance (DQA) visits to ensure that partners and WV OSC produce high quality data.
ead the process of project database development and its roll out, including staff training and implementation monitoring.
Supervise project M&E staff
Facilitate ongoing learning on monitoring and evaluation for WV staff, project sub-grantees and local primes.
Develop an M&E capacity building plan for WV, sub-grantees and local primes
Facilitate M&E related learning events for sub-grantees, local primes and government stakeholders.
Provide ongoing M&E technical assistance to WV GBVSS staff, WV sub-grantees and the local primes.
Identify, analyze, document and disseminate lessons learned and lead the development of Technical Briefing Papers.
Facilitate research work related to the GBVSS project, including dissemination
Develop evidence-based position papers to be used to engage different stakeholder at all levels.
In collaboration with relevant teams, conduct research and produce (advocacy) documents and presentations, including policy memos and briefs, and other policy and informational documents, for both internal and external purposes.
Qualifications/Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
Master’s degree in public health, public administration, sociology, social work or a related field.
Training in Statistics, Monitoring & Evaluation, or Research related fields is preferred
Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in monitoring and evaluation and/or management of programs that address gender based violence.
Experience in M&E systems design including applications of technology in M&E processes and knowledge management processes
Experience of working with project addressing gender issues, including gender based violence.
Understanding of US Government and PEPFAR monitoring & evaluation frameworks and processes
Demonstrated expertise in successfully designing and carrying out complex quantitative and qualitative research and evaluation processes
Strong verbal and written communication skills (in English).
Strong teamwork skills.
Computer skills inclusive of statistical software, database development and management.
Commitment to WVI.’s Mission and Core Values
Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.
Excellent presentation and communication skills.
Attend and participate in daily devotions and weekly Chapel services.
Perform other duties as required.
Working Environment / Conditions:
Work environment: Office-based with frequent travel to the field
Travel: 30% domestic travel is required.