Monitoring and Reporting Officer
Fhi 360, Jakarta, Indonesia
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The Monitoring and Reporting Officer is a part of the MADANI project Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Unit and will provide technical support to project M&E, research, learning and communication activities, to ensure high-quality, timely, valid and verifiable data are collected and analyzed to inform the Senior Management Team and other stakeholders of key lessons learned. The Officer will support the design and establishment of an M&E system, including data collection, analysis, and reporting on key output, outcome and impact indicators for the project. This includes establishing and implementing a user learning strategy to ensure the project team and stakeholders can effectively use and benefit from the system. The Monitoring and Reporting Officer will report to the Deputy Chief of Party and will collaborate with the project’s M&E Specialist, KMIS Specialist and Communication Specialist in performing the duty. S/he will also collaborate with Washington, DC-based MEL Advisor/s.
The Monitoring and Reporting Officer has the following responsibilities:
- Support monitoring, evaluation and learning activities for the MADANI project.
- Support development and implementation of an M&E system to collect, interpret and aggregate data that demonstrate impact and program accountability and progress.
- Monitor submission of all reports from Lead Partners and Field Coordinator, in collaboration with Program Team.
- Compile and aggregate all data submitted by Lead Partner, Field Coordinators, and other sources of relevant information and perform quality assurance of all data submitted by Lead Partner and Field Coordinator before uploaded to MADANI Knowledge Management Information System (KMIS)
- Perform analysis using data available in KMIS and other relevant documents, identification of program issues/challenges, and develop regular reports in accordance with the MADANI Activity Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Plan (AMELP)
- Contribute to internal MADANI Learning Week forums, providing data on progress towards outcomes, efficiency, effectiveness and other implementation quality metrics.
- Support all relevant external learning events, learning forums and knowledge sharing initiatives.
- Support production of knowledge products capturing project lessons learned and best practices as one of the efforts to advocate for sustainability and replication by the beneficiaries.
- Establish and maintain sound and professional relationships with the project staff and with partners.
- Conduct periodic data quality audits to assess the quality of collected data.
- Work closely with the project Technical Team to ensure that data analysis and reports produced are aligned with the needs of MADANI
- Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor
- Degree (bachelor or higher) in relevant subject and familiarity with quant/qual data collection methods
- A good understanding of M&E concepts and the development context in Indonesia, demonstrated by no less than 5 years of relevant professional experience working with government and/or development agencies/organizations;
- Minimum of 5 years practical experience in implementing M&E frameworks, systems and tools with specific capability in measuring and evaluating:
- capacity development;
- behavioral change
- policy change
- Ability to contribute to solving project implementation problems, by synthesizing and extracting insights from large and complex datasets
- Proficient with Microsoft Tools, including Excel and PowerPoint.
- Sensitivity to cultural differences and understanding of the political and ethical issues among key populations in Indonesia.
- Ability to manage and complete numerous tasks with a high degree of organization and limited resources.
- Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives, and a professional commitment to promote a culture of gender equality and social inclusion
- Demonstrated experience in working within a multi-disciplinary team in a fast paced, technically challenging environment under minimum supervision.
- Familiarity with USAID programs is preferred
- Experience performing systems analysis for cross-cutting components in complex networks.
- Fluency in written and spoken English and Bahasa Indonesia.
- Interpersonal skills in facilitation and stakeholder engagement/coordination, particularly with GOI.