Deadline: 6 January 2017
International Medical Corps (IMC) is a global humanitarian, non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs. IMCs’ mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity is undeserved communities worldwide. IMC has worked in Zimbabwe since 2009.
IMC is seeking a qualified candidate for the programs being implemented in Zimbabwe.
The primary function of the Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator is to manage the data collection and analysis processes. The M&E Coordinator (Nutrition) will work closely with the consortium members, especially the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager and IMC leadership: Lead Nutrition Specialist, Nutrition Coordinator, and Finance Administration Officer.
Lead the M&E efforts for the project’s activities – Sustainably improve household nutrition and health; Support the MEL Manager in the development of the Program Management Plans (PMP); Support the MEL Manager to oversee the M&E system and all aspects of data collection, analysis and reporting, including using data for action (reviewing data and making adjustments as necessary), specifically related to nutrition and health; Assist the MEL Manager to create and/or update M&E tools, specifically related to nutrition and health; Assist the MEL Manager to train field staff in data collection and reporting; Compile collected nutrition and health data on a regular basis (according to PMP) and present/report to MEL Manager; Routinely monitor implementation of project activities to ensure progress and identify programmatic issues that need to be addressed; Ensure data quality by performing periodic/regular supervision and review of data and data systems during sites visits; Participate in the Learning Team, which involves designing and examining both formative and evaluative research questions; Contribute to both internal and external reports, as part of the M&E team
The candidate should have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health, Nutrition, Statistics or related field. Masters is an added advantage; Minimum of 5 years’ experience supporting health and nutrition programs, with a strong interpretation of WASH and Nutrition indicators; Experience working on USAID monitoring and evaluation frameworks preferred; Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (especially Excel); Excellent oral and written communication skills in English, Ndebele an asset; Ability to work within various teams and be able to contribute to the overall success of that team.
Qualified and interested candidates are required to submit a letter of motivation and curriculum vitae with the job title in the subject line to: recruitmentzimbabwe [at] internationalmedicalcorps [dot] org