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Accountability, Monitoring & Evaluation Field Officer

International Role - No - Only National applicants will be considered.
1-2 Years

Title: Accountability, Monitoring & Evaluation Field Officer

Location: Field- based [Matebeleland North]

Purpose of the Position:This position functions to lead field level monitoring, learning and accountability activities at district level.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Conducting context, scoping and analysis within the district to inform adaptive decision-making.

  • Supporting teachers in conducting learning assessments for primary and secondary schools.

  • Monitoring and reporting on project intermediate outcome targets as well as identifying trends for use in decision making using online database.

  • Ensuring quality assurance and data validation on the project MIS to ensure timely and accurate project information is produced.

  • Lead training and rollout of digital monitoring system for all field staff and stakeholders.

  • Mentor and coach field team members to become highly technical in activity and process monitoring systems

  • Assist in designing of appropriate monitoring tools, strategies and frameworks

  • Assisting the design and execution of special project formative and summative studies

  • Analyse and consolidate district performance dashboard.

  • Manage and report monthly on the Beneficiary Feedback File.

  • Lead the documentation, editing and packaging of impact and stories.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Degree in Social Sciences, Statistics, Operations Research, M& E is preferred

  • 3 years’ experience in M&E and/or Accountability systems

  • Working knowledge of statistical packages (SPSS, CS-Pro, Epi-Info and Excel) and data analysis processes/techniques.

  • Knowledge of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Code of Conduct, HAP-I Standard, ECB Good Enough Guide, Sphere Standard (Humanitarian Charter and Participation Standard), GEC Projects guidelines.

  • Ability to speak English and local languages.

  • Independent, ability to work with minimum supervision.

  • Good contextual knowledge of local community and social/cultural constraints, realities and relationships.