Ref – M&E/KWETU/08/2022
Reporting to the Project Coordinator, the M&E and communication Officer is responsible for the day-to-day tracking and reporting of project activities. The role includes rolling out standardized data collection tools and database systems; monthly data collection; verification of results reported; analysis and presentation of findings and project progress; set up of project accountability and learning mechanisms; and documentation of feedback and response from and to Kwetu and project beneficiaries.
Design monitoring and evaluation plan.
Ensures evidence-based tracking of M&E plan and oversees its implementation and periodic revision for all project outputs;
Supports and supervises collection and analysis of data for project M&E in accordance with timeframes set in the project work-plan;
Develops, implements, and monitors the tools/systems for gathering, reporting, and analyzing performance data for impact and sustainability of project implementation.
Updates and implements M&E framework for all project components; Assist in analyzing results achieved compared with objectives expected and identify the appropriate means and methods required at the project level;
Leads efforts, design tools and training sessions to develop an inquisitive learning culture within the project team and partners to feed innovations into organizational decision-making;
Manages all M&E activities and reporting for the project.
Collects and reports on indicators required by the donor. Measures progress toward achieving project goals;
Provides support in the development of the work plan, quarterly reports and annual reports;
Applies and promotes the use of participatory documentation techniques that involve project participants and staff in the process;
Design and assist in managing program assessments and evaluations, and promoted a culture of evidence-based decision making, and effectively communicating program results to a wide variety of stakeholders.
Develop and implement robust accountability systems to ensure activities respond to stockholders needs and that the results obtained are in line with the pre-established indicators and targets.
Work closely with colleagues to strengthen the organization’s learning strategy,
Take a lead role in extracting and consolidating evidence and learning from organization’s evaluation and project reports to identify best practice across the Go-Blue project.
Promoting the integration of learning into project activities.
Contribute to lessons and knowledge sharing on best practices both internally and externally.
Documentation of best practices and facilitate the use of such data to drive project design and decision-making.
In collaboration with the other teams, generate knowledge products such as publications, case studies and
their dissemination both within and without the organization.
Establish and maintain a knowledge management hub for the project.
Systematic dissemination of evidence and results, both internally and externally.
Support Business Development efforts with respect to logical frameworks, indicators and evaluation plans.
Required Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Community development, development studies, international relations. statistics or related fields
At least 3 years M&E and communication experience in the design and implementation of development projects implemented by national/international NGOs or advanced degree in the related discipline.
Ability to work and flexibility to travel within the coastal counties
How to apply
Applicants are required to send their letter of application, CV, relevant certificates, and testimonials to email@example.com indicating current and expected Salary by 22nd August 2022 Close of Business.
Candidates should clearly indicate the position being applied for and its reference number as the email subject. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and interviews will be done on a rolling basis.
Canvassing will result to automatic disqualification.