Regional Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, Provic
PATH, Kinshasa, Congo
Closing Date for Applications:
The M&E Specialist’s responsibilities will include:
- Data Collection and Reporting
- Assist the Kinshasa-based M&E specialist in the monthly, quarterly and annual data collection and analysis of project generated data.
- Develop and submit timely monthly and quarterly M&E reports to the Kinshasa- and DC-based M & E specialists.
- Work closely with the M&E leadership as well as program coordinators to introduce and monitor implementation of the project M&E system and Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Plan at the regional level.
- In coordination with the M&E leadership, provide prompt and adequate feedback, recommendations and support to project team colleagues to ensure efficient and effective implementation of all M&E efforts.
- Collaborate and coordinate with M&E counterparts at the provincial level to improve the analysis, reporting, and dissemination of data, share lessons learned, and good practices.
- Monitoring and Data Quality Assurance
- Develop a provincial operation plan for M&E-related activities.
- Conduct initial site visits to identify M&E focal points and work with partners to establish or improve effective data collection and reporting systems.
- At a minimum, conduct monthly monitoring visits to all service delivery sites/partners to minimize double counting and other issues.
- Document and report findings of these monitoring visits with the M & E leadership and program coordinators to ensure sharing of lessons learned for ProVIC.
- Contribute to the training of partners in ProVIC M & E system.
- Participate in periodic routine data quality assurance assessments.
- Participate in bi-monthly teleconference meetings with the entire M & E team.
- Maintain regular and weekly communication via email and skype with the Kinshasa and/or DC-based M & E specialists.
- Assist in adapting and fine-tuning data collection and reporting tools.
- Undertake other reasonable duties as may be requested from time to time.
- Strong communication skills.
- Computer skills: Word, Excel, database programs.
- Fluent French; English highly desirable.
- HIV/AIDS knowledge.
- Proven ability to analyze data.
- College degree with at least 5 years of experience implementing, coordinating and assessing monitoring and evaluating health projects,experience with USAID and PEPFAR highly desirable.
- You must currently have legal authorization to work in the Democratic Republic of Congo
- PATH is dedicated to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.
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