The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will lead and coordinate the Monitoring and Evaluation activities for CSA-EA programme. S/he is expected to have the experience and capabilities necessary to lead the measurement, monitoring, evaluation, and learning of the project’s activities, while ensuring that all programme components are results-oriented and that all project team members are focused on achieving targets. S/he will be responsible for providing technical leadership in the area of Monitoring and Evaluation. S/he will develop the result measurement and management systems, approach and tools, and lead the development of results chains and indicators for the program. S/he will be responsible for to provide the programme management team with tools to effectively track project progress and achievement, and to provide mid-term and end-of –project evaluation with sufficient information to assess the programme’s success.
Lead and coordinate the design, development and implementation of the result measurement and management system;
Coordinate and support the design, reviews and updating of the result chains for the programme and each of the interventions;
Coordinate and support the development of indicators for each results chains, each intervention and for the overall programme;
Facilitate the baseline, mid and end-line surveys;
Lead the production of documentations, reviews and sharing of key results and learning along the intervention and programme cycles;
Facilitate periodic programme reviews and learning forums, ensure proper documentations of findings and learning;
Ensure that Monitoring and Evaluation provide ongoing evidence and inputs for improving the programme interventions;
Contribute to programme reporting for donor and other stakeholders.
Master’s degree or higher in monitoring and evaluation, statistics, research methods, or another related field.
Minimum of 7 years of experience in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) management, within donor-funded technical assistance projects of similar magnitude and complexity;
Minimum of 5 years of experience in developing countries, preferably in Africa;
Demonstrated experience using a mix of informational sources and M&E/research methods to analyse project progress, communicate findings to a range of external and internal stakeholders, and apply M&E results and learning to work planning;
Preferable background in/understanding of agribusiness, value chain development and climate change;
Experience in catalysing programmatic learning and adaptive management with donors, NGOs, contractors, or international organisations;
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