USAID CPM Project Careers – Monitoring and Impact Evaluation Manager at Chemonics International Inc.

Organization: Chemonics
International Inc.
Project Name: Commodity
Production and Marketing (CPM) Activity
Funding Source: USAID
Duty Station: Kampala,
About US:
International Inc. is certified consulting company that has partnered with
local and international organizations to promote social and economic change
around the world for overe 40 years. Chemonics is implementing the Feed the
Future Uganda Commodity Production and Marketing (CPM) Activity. CPM is
implemented through a five-year, USAID-funded contract that began in March
2013. CPM increases the wealth and long-term prosperity of rural families in 34
Feed the Future focus districts by using innovative methods to increase the
quantity and quality of beans, coffee and maize that they are able to produce
and sell.
Job Summary:  The Monitoring and Impact Evaluation Manager
will support the USAID CPM activity in implementing high- profile behavioral
change and trend analyses, impact assessments, outcome mapping and related work
that contributes to our overall communications and learning strategy.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
The incumbent works in liaison with the Monitoring
acid Impact Evaluation Specialist to create, analyze, monitor, and evaluate
information and lessons learned from implementation of CPM.
The job holder will also review Activity
interventions and strategies and provide guidance to the team on the best
practices for implementation.
Analyze Activity achievements in relation to the
contractual obligations and provide an updated understanding of results from
the information analyzed.
The Monitoring and impact Evaluation Manager is
responsible for managing the integration of outcome mapping concepts and
Geographical-Information System data into the implementation and monitoring and
evaluation processes.
The incumbent will support the Communications and
Learning Office to provide CPM’s four regional business teams with analysis and
recommendations so that they may target interventions that increase the quality
and quantity of maize, beans, and coffee produced by Ugandan families.
Qualifications, Skills and
The ideal candidate should hold an MA in an area
related to economics or behavioral science (BA and five years’ experience can
substitute for MA)
A minimum of five years’ experience in the private
sector directly related to areas such as analysis of consumer behavior,
relationship marketing, social marketing, and behavior change with at least two
years’ management experience.
Working knowledge of advanced data analysis
techniques, GIS mapping, and behavior change analysis are required
Fluency in both verbal and written English
Excellent communication skills and the ability to
relate to varied audiences
Strong leadership skills and ability to effectively
interact with a wide range of people from farmers to large exporters
Solid consultative, facilitation and presentation
No prior donor experience is required
How to Apply:
All suitably
qualified and interested candidates should send an updated CV and cover letter
electronically to Please clearly indicate the position
for which you are applying in the subject of the e-mail.
Deadline: 4th January, 2016
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