- Development and monitoring of project M&E frameworks.
- Development of project M&E Tools.
- Development of project Monitoring Action Plans (MAPs).
- Through data collection from different targets and sources, analyse all information, document and report progress, challenges, lessons learnt.
- Develop response and feedback mechanisms for the project especially with the senior management team and partners by analysing monitoring and reporting data and communicating in timely fashion so that the results of analysis inform project decision making.
- Create and operationalize forums for Knowledge Management Systems for staff and partners.
- Ensure high level of beneficiaries’ participation in all monitoring activities.
- Coordinate beneficiary and data validation exercises.
- Document lessons learnt and best practices.
- Under take any other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Project Coordinator.
- Work with the PC and POs to develop project case studies, weekly and monthly reports.
- Design and lead training and other capacity building initiatives on monitoring and reporting systems for staff and volunteers.
- Support the project team to record and analyse project data.
- Conduct M&E field visits.
Bachelor’s Degree in either Education or Social Sciences and Post Graduate Studies in M&E. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in either US State Department HIV funded projects with a local or international organization.
- Strong background in Project Cycle Management.
- Excellent knowledge in monitoring HIV funded projects both at process and performance levels to report progress.
- Excellent inquiry and analytical skills.
- Excellent experience in developing and managing Knowledge Management Systems for HIV funded projects.
- Ability to identify and manage partnerships.
- Ability to multitask and travel from time to time as may be required by the project.
candidates who possess the required qualifications should email their
applications to gcn[at]girlchildnetwork[dot]org then cc to
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Complete applications will include all of the following:
- vacancy name and preferred county
- a cover letter
- detailed CV
- current and expected salary
- a day time telephone contact
- names, phone numbers, and emails of 3 referees
value diversity, so we don’t discriminate on the basis of religion,
color, gender, age, disability, or genetics. To request accommodations
in the application process, you can send us an email or call us at 020 600 4510.