Monday, May 29, 2017

Plan International Rwanda,Monitoring and Evaluation (PQA) Officer Jobs in Rwanda



Dimensions of Role: 
The post holder will report to the Project Coordinator with dotted line supervision of the Emergency Response manager.  She/he ensures that all programmes/projects are rights-based responding to the needs of persons with concerns. He oversees the planning, monitoring and evaluation and oversees the functionality and performance of SAP at camp level. Particularly, the post holder should ensure that QA/M&E data from project is effectively used to r
eflect on the projects’ quality Assurance performance and to inform project design and improvement where necessary.  He will also be responsible for ensuring that the M&E plan of SIDA project is adhered to.
Typical Responsibilities - Key End Results of Position:
 Annual program planning:
  • Lead and Coordinate the quarterly review of the project.
  • Coordinate annual community development planning processes at camp level ;
  • Guide and facilitate the preparation of the camp operational Plans,
Baseline, monitoring, and evaluation of Programs/projects
  • Coordinate Camp  baseline surveys, monitoring and evaluation of programs/Projects in accordance with Programme Quality
  • Develop indicators for monitoring and evaluation.
  • Undertake any special research studies and evaluations as requested by the Management.
  • Develop terms of references for research studies, project review and evaluation,
  • Compile and submit the project reports as per set schedule.
  • Ensure learning from the project is shared within Plan International Rwanda and other key partners and that learning is used to refine activities, to increase the projects performance and outcomes.
  • Ensure results of  monitoring, review or evaluations are communicated to beneficiary communities  
Follow-up on SAP
  • Ensure data integrity, consistence and reliability is maintained for programming activities.
  • Ensure effective utilization of SAP for reporting and decision making.
  • Guide and facilitate the usage of SAP  at Camp level  to ensure timely projects and budget implementation
  • Analyze quantitative and qualitative data and reflect on the projects process.
  • Assist the Project team to submit Monthly progress reports to Plan Sweden.
  • Partake in performing evaluations/assessments.
  • Undertake regular field visits to project partners and communities to monitor progress.
  • Support and monitor the SNO work undertaken by implementing partners (local NGOs)
  • Ensure the quality and reliability of data collected by the project by developing data quality control tools
  • Collect feedback, and document the best practices and leanings
Capacity building:
  • Facilitate community participation in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programs/Projects especially around SIDA  project
  • Assess the capacity of Plan partners (local NGOs) to undertake effective M&E, and build their capacity as necessary.  This will involve creating capacity development plans with each partner.
  • Provide guidance and support to Plan Partner(s) in preparing and submitting timely quality progress reports to Plan International.
  • Build the capacity of Camp  staff  mainly those involved with SIDA project, around M&E  
Qualifications and Experience
  • Minimum of a University Degree in Social Science, Economics, Rural Development or any other related field.
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in monitoring, evaluation and learning
  • Working knowledge of word processing spreadsheets, data entry and  analysis packages  and databases (Microsoft Packages, SPSS, Epi-Info) and SAP
  • Sound experience in participatory research methodologies, both quantitative and qualitative
  • Experience of building the capacity of others around M&E feedback.
  • Commitment to international development and children’s rights
  • Able to analyze M&E data and use this to reflect on whether the projects is meeting its aim
Level of Contact with Children:
High level: Frequent interaction with children and refugees
How to apply:
Interested candidates are invited to apply before 7th June, 2017 via the following link

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