Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Specialist Job at Internews – Career Opportunity in Zambia

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Vacancy title:
Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Specialist

[ Type: FULL TIME , Industry: Research , Category: Management ]

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Deadline of this Job:
09 August 2021  

Duty Station:
Within Zambia , Lusaka , South - Central Africa

Date Posted: Thursday, July 29, 2021 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed

Recruitment of Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Specialist
Internews Zambia is seeking to recruit a qualified Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Specialist to provide monitoring, learning and evaluation services to its project in Zambia
Job Title: Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Specialist
Job Type: Full-time
Location: Lusaka, Zambia
Supervisor: Chief of Party (COP

Responsible for overseeing all monitoring and evaluation activities, including devising and implementing strategies to ensure data collection and analysis, and collecting, archiving and reporting program data. The M&E Specialist will also manage the synthesis of project information and coordinate with the programs team and local partners to produce draft weekly, monthly, quarterly, anal, and final reports for review by the COP as well as special reports upon request. She will also collaborate closely with the programs tam to maximize and document project impact through Success stories, and enable Internews staff partners and donors to learn from programs and each other. The MEL specialist also works with other Internews staff in the regional office in Kenya and at HQ in the USA. This is a position which requires sound accounting technical knowledge and skills of USAID projects

Main Duties/Responsibilities:
• Implement all aspects of the performance and impact measurement for Internews in Zambia, including collection and monitoring of all data processing and verification
• Implement and track the project's approved Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (MELP), including all required submissions of quarterly data annual PIRS and any other requests
• Conduct manage the collection of qualitative and quantitative data per the approved project work plan.
• Responsible for keeping meticulous records, archives, and databases for all activities and ensuring they are updated regularly
• Work closely with project staff and local partners and provide training and capacity building in effective and appropriate data collection as well as M&E methodology and tools
• Provide program support to key program personnel as and when required.
• Design, implement and contribute to evaluation methodologies and measurement approaches, above and beyond required indicators
• Draft a minimum of 4 success stories per quarter
• Liaise with international impact evaluation consultants and other external experts supporting the program, providing them with information and support as and when is required
• Draft regular donor narrative reports, as well as any other reports needed for internal and external use.
• Maintain contact with and facilitate two-way communication and feedback with all program staff and local partners to facilitate timely and regular flow of information and data and to ensure that reports reutilized and practical
• Work with program staff to write human-interest success stories and other communications products about project put representing a wide range of locations and topics for sharing with general audiences as well as donors

• Degree in MEL or equivalent
• At least 5 years of MEL experience preferably in a USAID funded project

Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent written and spoken English communication skills
• Excellent information technology skills
• Willingness and ability to learn and apply new concepts and systems, including new MEL software as appropriate
• Respect for confidentiality, affinity with Internews core values objectives and beliefs
• A flexible and enthusiastic approach to work with the ability to be part of a team
• Excellent organizational skills Demonstrated ability to follow tasks through to completion
• Self-starter. Ability to work independently
• Multi-tasker, capable of working on multiple projects at one time.
• Ability to keep accurate records and statistics
• Attention to detail and a conscientious attitude.

(Qualified and experienced Zambian female applicants are encouraged to apply)

Work Hours: 8

Experience in Months: 60

Level of Education:
Bachelor Degree


Job application procedure
Please email your CV and cover letter to [email protected]  by 5PM, by 9th August 2021 .

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