Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: Zimbabwe Association of Dairy Farmers
Deadline: 26 March 2019
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Provides technical support and coordination of all Monitoring and Evaluation activities; Reporting of activities and achievements of the organization/project; Participate in the review and updating of the organizational Performance Monitoring Plan; Review and finalize departmental and partner work plan documents; Develops and implements the special projects monitoring and evaluation framework; Designs data collection tools to verify indicators identified in the project plan; Develops comprehensive reporting templates for partners and consolidates monthly/weekly; Conduct Quarterly Data Audits, data cleaning and consolidate partner databases and reports; Participate in the Report Writing process; Conducting data quality assessments to improve systems and data quality; Ensures availability of Organizational Monitoring and Evaluation Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs); Plans and conducts formative and summative evaluations for all Departmental Projects; Leads training and other capacity building initiatives on M & E; Conducts Monitoring and Evaluation field visits for evidence collection and documentation; Develop performance tracking systems to provide timely information for management decision making; Conduct required data analysis and present information to support in decision making; Ensure appropriate internal communication and feedback systems are in place and functioning so that M&E informs program planning and implementation; Participation in all special studies, program audits and project evaluations; Researches on best practices and documents lessons learnt; Conduct supportive supervisory visits to partners and government to observe, monitor and provide guidance and quality feedback on the use of data and indicators; Contribute towards the development and review of the MIS; Identify partner capacity gaps and develop needs based training program to address identified gaps; Identify partner capacity gaps and develop needs based training program to address identified gaps.
The ideal candidate should have the following minimum qualifications and attributes:
A bachelor’s or master’s degree in Development Studies/Statistics/Mathematics or equivalent; Possess 3 to 4 years’ experience in a similar or related environment; Good communication, report writing, financial analysis and presentation skills; Good analytical and change management skills; In-depth working knowledge of computer based statistical packages such as SPSS; Clean Class 4 Drivers licence is mandatory and ability to handle extensive travel.
Interested persons should submit applications with detailed CVs not later than Tuesday 26 March 2019 and to commence by the 2nd of May 2019 to: [email protected] or hand deliver to ZADF Office, 46 Lawson Avenue, Milton Park, Harare.