Fresher NGO Jobs – Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant at Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP)

Organisation: Justice and
Reconciliation Project (JRP)
Duty Station: Uganda
Reports to: Communications
and Advocacy Team Leader
About US:
Justice and
Reconciliation Project (JRP) is a non-profit organisation with a country wide
mandate and with its office based in Gulu. JRP works to support local level
transitional justice processes through seeking to understand and explain the
interests, needs, concerns and views of the communities affected by various conflicts
in Uganda. Our work focuses on the active involvement of communities in
documentation, research and advocacy on local level transitional justice issues
as a means of giving a voice to the affected communities.
Job Summary:  The Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant
will be responsible for setting up, oversee and contribute to the
implementation of JRP’s M&E framework.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
·        
Take part in the development and implementation of the
organisational monitoring and evaluation framework
·        
Support work to ensure that accurate and complete
M&E, as well as data collection and storage systems are set up, maintained
and updated
·        
Carry out regular field visits to monitor project
implementation and adherence to the organisational M&E framework
·        
Keenly analyse indicator results and provide
feedback to project implementers on implementation progress
·        
Write success stories, blogs and reports on
organisational activities
·        
Support in preparing quarterly and annual reports
·        
Assist in providing M&E training to staff as
necessary;
·        
Contribute to other written presentations.
Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
·        
The M&E Assistant should preferably hold a
bachelor’s degree in the field relevant to Monitoring and Evaluation
·        
A minimum of one year of professional experience in
Monitoring and Evaluation;
·        
Skills in managing and implementing M&E systems
·        
Proven research, writing and analytical skills
·        
Computer literacy skills i.e. working knowledge of
SPSS or other data analysis software such as Microsoft Excel and Access
·        
Demonstrable capacity to understand and analyse the
post-conflict context in northern Uganda.
·        
Professional experience in the human rights and/or
post-conflict situations will be an added advantage.
How to Apply: 
All suitably
qualified candidates should preferably be Ugandans and apply by including the
position you are applying for i.e. “M&E Assistant – [Your name].” The curriculum
vitae with full details of experience, achievements, qualifications and the
names and contact details of three references and addressed to: The Chairman
Board of Directors via e-mail to: recruitment@justiceandreconciliation.com.
Deadline: 30th August 2015
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