NRC is implementing projects in the North West and South West Regions since 2018. All NRC Core Competencies, Education, WASH, Shelter, ICLA and Livelihood and Food Security, are carrying out their programs in these 02 regions. These will need solid monitoring and evaluation and therefore the acute need for a Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant
Adherence to NRC policies, guidance and procedures. Implement the monitoring and evaluation functions delegated to him/her in accordance with the action plan. Supports preparation of reports on the progress of M&E activities as requested by the supervisor or management. Promotes accountability to beneficiaries. Supports the M&E Officer in supporting programme staff in planning for and executing M&E, including, data collection methodology and tools and data management, analysis and use, or if needed, direct management of these activities.
Provide technical support to program teams and partners who can support M&E activities in hard-to-reach areas. Support data collection during field activities using NRC tools and methodologies. Actively participate in the baseline and end line surveys particularly field data collation using mobile data collection methods, training and supervising enumerators, data entry and analysis. Support teams in applying and using NRC tools and processes for M&E in accordance with NRC standards and best practices. Contribute to the writing of M&E reports according to NRC standards. Ensure complete and accurate project information are reported timely to the M&E Officer and Program Development Managers with necessary disaggregation (data by area/location, core competency, gender, type of beneficiaries (IDP, host community, returnee and other) Proactively support the identification of gaps in M&-related activities within programs. Support the feedback and complaints mechanism as required and in collaboration with the M&E Officer. Perform any other task assigned by the immediate supervisor. Bachelor of Sciences in relevant Social Science field, Computer Sciences or Statistics Proven practical experience in the planning and execution of M&E with at least 1-2 years experience in a humanitarian and development program preferably with an NGO. Experience in data collection, analysis, computation, management, and development of reports. Experience in managing data from different core competencies in a relief program is essential. Proven ability to use MS Office software (especially Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) is essential. Experience with other computer programs such as Power BI, Goodge data studio, and Microsoft Project office would be an advantage. Previous experience from working in complex and volatile contexts Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities Fluency in English is required Experience in report writing
• Beginning: September 2022
• Duration of the contract: 12 months, renewable depending on the availability of funds
• Salary / Benefits: According to the NRC Salary Grid.
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