We are looking for Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist
Degree (preferably Masters) in Monitoring and Evaluation, Statistics, Nutrition with strong knowledge and skills in M&E or related field.
Minimum two years of experience in M&E related to nutrition programs.
At least 5 years of proven experience in planning and implementation of M&E systems.
Experience in quantitative monitoring and evaluation methodologies, including experimental and quasi-experimental evaluations.
Experience in data management, data quality reviews, processing, analysis and presentation.
Experience in database management, DHIS2 and GIS applications; and knowledge of basic computer applications.
Strong management, organizational and communication skills; fluency in English and Kiswahili.
Implement projecfs result-based M&E Plan, thereby ensuring timely and accurate reporting on indicator-based perlormance, including
reports for both USAID and Africare; and managing project evaluation activities.
Strengthen MBNP information management, with focus on childhood stunting and maternal anemia interventions.
Manage M&E data through data qualitycontrol and information systems management.
Support MBNP study activities through design of questionnaires and other tools; development of data collection protocols; oversight of
survey work; data analysis; management of survey budget; and review of literature and technical reports.
Generate knowledge products and learning materials per project requirements.
Implement information dissemination activities to ensure lessons learnt are integrated into the program.
Produce required reporting content and documents as stipulated in the projecfs document.
Build capacity of M&E staff to enable them complete their tasks effectively; and ensure short-term survey hires complete their assigned
tasks and observe appropriate protocols.
Oversee M&E field staff and short-term survey hires, ensuring that responsible staff do monitor data collection and report timely and
Support the design and rollout of project assessments and evaluations
Founded by Africans and Americans amidst the Sahelian drought of the early 1970s, Africare has grown to become a leader in aid to Africa ― pioneering various types of self-help development programs and noted for our close partnerships with the people and leaders of Africa.