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18-182: SENIOR MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER
Country:Washington, DC
Department:Technical Unit
  
Essential Job Duties/Scope of Work:

The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, working as part of International Medical Corps’ Award Development, Administration & Monitoring Department, will contribute to implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) strategy for M&E technical assistance, capacity building and learning and accountability. The Senior M&E Officer will work closely with International Medical Corps staff at headquarters and in countries of operations of International Medical Corps to ensure highest quality standards are established and adhered to throughout the program  cycle.

Main Responsibilities

1.         Organizational Data Management and Analysis (35%)

 

a)         Responsible for the consolidation of Global data and support the analysis of data for the IMC annual report, based on the Monthly Country Report: support country teams with their processes for data collection, compilation, analysis and use of data to orient programming. Liaise with TU in finalizing the data; provide Communications Department the final data and reports to share the data with colleagues in the organization and/or externally.

b)         Coordinate systems building activities and strengthening of standards through work with M&E team and TU colleagues on updating/creating: i) the Global Indicator Bank; ii) M&E Guidance Notes by sector; iii) Tool Catalogue; iv) M&E Manual; and other related tasks/tool development.

c)         Coordinate the M&E Community of Practice, including: maintaining an updated list of M&E focal points and CoP members, work with M&E colleagues to design annual CoP plan, organize session invitations and platform, design & facilitate CoP sessions as needed, disseminate learning tools.

d)         Provide technical support for the design of project proposals, including theory of change, logical frameworks, PMPs or the equivalent.

e)         Contribute to organizational learning and knowledge management activities, including maintenance of M&E sections on OneCorps.

 

2.         M&E Technical Support to Countries (40%)

 

a)         Provide support to specific project quality assurance processes, including logical framework, proposal and report reviews, and technical feedback for proposed plans and reports for needs assessments and evaluations.

b)         Provide technical support to country offices M&E and program teams remotely and through visits in-country in emergency, protracted crisis and in development contexts.

 

3.         Global M&E Projects (25%)

 

a)         Be responsible to provide technical support for reviews, write up and M&E activities of the different Global Projects, including those in the Humanitarian Response Training Unit such as ‘Building a Better Response,’ the Capacity Building for National NGOs, and the OFDA Simulation-Based Capacity Strengthening and Enhanced Training Activities for Improved Coordination.

b)         Work closely with Domestic and International Affairs (DIA) Unit and other relevant Departments to  monitor implementation of the M&E components of these projects.

 

Qualifications:
 
  • At least four years of applied experience in monitoring and evaluation
  • At least 2 years of working experience in an NGO in developing countries (Africa, Asia, Middle East);
  • Quantitative and qualitative data collection/survey design, implementation and analysis
    Competent in using robust research and/or epidemiology approaches;
  • Competent in MS Excel, word processing, Power Point and experience using statistical packages such as SPSS, EPI-info, STATA, SAS, etc;