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17-240: Monitoring & Evaluation Manager
Department:International Operations
Essential Job Duties/Scope of Work:

International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs. Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide. By offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations, International Medical Corps rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.


International Medical Corps has been in Libya since February 2011. Initial work included emergency medical surgical teams, distribution of non-food items, mental health and psychosocial programming and support to physical rehabilitation services. In the years since the revolution, International Medical Corps concentrated on health programming and medical capacity building, in coordination with the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Social Affairs. Since the start of the recent conflict in mid-2014, International Medical Corps has continued its work with persons of concern, both in the community and in the detention centers located throughout the country.


International Medical Corps has offices in Tripoli, Misrata, Benghazi and Sabha. With support from donors, International Medical Corps is currently implementing short-term emergency programs focusing on meeting the basic health care needs of internally displaced persons and persons of concern (undocumented migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees) working through partners and with local staff.

Monitoring and Reporting

1. Manage and develop MEAL plans and related tools, to collect monitoring and evaluation data as per program indicators.

2. Act as focal point for compilation and analysis of monitoring data for regular donor and internal reporting processes.

Evaluation, Accountability and Program Quality

1. Maintain and further develop feedback mechanisms for program beneficiaries and to encourage the use of data for decision-making at all levels and effectively communicate this information.

2. Develop and roll out processes for analyzing and utilizing program data to improve programming quality, including the communication of this information to program managers.

3. Lead lessons learned, evaluation and other reflective exercises.

4. Design and plan needs assessments, baseline surveys, and end line surveys, including analysis and report writing.

Information Management

1. In close liaison with the program team, lead efforts to improve information flows and management across the country program, including supporting the implementation of patient management software.

2. Development of electronic forms and databases for use by program team.

3. Analysis of information and production of monitoring reports, needs data and other outputs as required.

Capacity building

1. Direct management and support of MEAL team, across four geographic locations.

2. Technical support for program staff collecting and managing program information.

3. Teaching specific technical skills such as data cleaning, pivot tables and other Excel skills, as well as general MEAL principles such as accountability to communities, gender and inclusion, and mainstreaming MEAL practices across program activities.


1. Advise in the planning and monitoring of MEAL related expenditures and make recommendations for required human and financial resources;

2. Perform other duties as assigned. The duties and responsibilities listed above are representative of the nature and levels of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive.
1. Masters level or higher degree in social sciences, health information management, data analytics, evaluation, international development, humanitarian studies, or a related discipline.

2. At least three years of applied experience with a humanitarian organization designing, implementing and overseeing monitoring and evaluation tasks, preferably in health and protection sectors.

3. Ability to read, write, analyze and interpret, technical and non-technical language in English. Ability to speak in Arabic is an asset.

4. Eligibility to obtain Visa for Libya.

5. Demonstrated experience designing logical frameworks and results based frameworks and associated performance monitoring and evaluation plans.

6. Experience with M&E approaches for key donors such as OFDA, DFID, ECHO and UNHCR.

7. Extensive experience in quantitative and qualitative data collection including survey design, implementation and analysis.

8. Experience developing and implementing project management plans (PMPs) or other project planning approaches.

9. Experience with database design and other tools for information management (Filemaker experience an asset);

10. Advanced skill in MS Excel, word processing, Power Point, and experience using electronic data collection tools such as KoBo Collect.

11. Strong organizational and time management skills and capacity to coordinate work across multiple departments.

12. Demonstrated strategic thinking and analytical skills.

13. Experience living in remote or isolated work stations, or insecure locations.