Institute of Economic Affairs Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Job in Nairobi, Kenya

The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA Kenya) seeks a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer to be based in Nairobi, Kenya.

The M&E Officer will work with the programme team and IEA partners in developing systematic and efficient project performance monitoring systems for a period of one year.

Terms of Reference

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Support and contribute to the development and implementation of M&E systems and various M&E tools.
  • Participate in programme design and proposal development, including theory of change and log frame design and budgeting for M&E.
  • Support programme staff in planning and executing M&E, including data collection methodology, tools and data management and analysis
  • Coordinate relations with IEA’s development partners regarding their M&E systems and their implementation
  • Respond to requests for information on various projects and project performance
  • Participate in field monitoring visits to ensure quality of data collected and verify accuracy of reported data
  • Contribute to IEA’s organisational learning
  • Perform any other relevant tasks assigned

Competencies and Skills

  • University degree preferably in social sciences or other relevant discipline
  • At least three (3) years’ relevant work experience in performance monitoring and implementation of M&E systems
  • Ability to collect, analyse, verify data and draw evidence-based conclusions
  • Experience in design of baseline surveys and program evaluations
  • Advanced use of Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Advanced knowledge and experience of standard M&E procedures and tools
  • Experience in use of large datasets for data analysis and reporting

Contract Period: One year

How to Apply:

Please send your application letter and CV including three professional references and your salary expectations to

Closing Date: 02 Nov 2018

Economics and Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation, NGO and UN
Updated: October 26, 2018 — 4:49 am