Project Support/Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Officer NGO Jobs – GIZ

Organisation: GIZ
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
About GIZ:
behalf of German Development Cooperation, the GIZ Reform of the Urban Water and
Sanitation Sector P’Wramme (RUWASS) supports the Ministry of Water and
Environment (MWE) and other public actors in their efforts towards an improved
and more equitable access to sustainable water supply and sanitation as well as
improved water resources management in Uganda. GIZ also implements the
International Water Stewardship Programme (IWaSP) in Uganda, on behalf of the
German Development Cooperation and the British Department for International
Development (DFID). IWaSP brings together governments, businesses, and the
civil society to pool resources to tackle water resource challenges.
Job Summary: The Project Support/Monitoring & Evaluation
(M&E) Officer will provide support in the implementation of IWaSP
Partnerships in Uganda. Furthermore, the position will support the monitoring
and evaluation of both the Karamoja project and the IWaSP programme in Uganda.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
1. Provide support in the
implementation of the International Water Stewardship Programme (IWaSP):
  • Support the implementation of all aspects of
    partnerships with the private sector, civil society and the relevant
    governmental authorities
  • Support the identification and initiation of
    new cooperation opportunities with the private sector
  • The incumbent will guide on gender activities
    in the thematic area of Water Stewardship
  • Support knowledge management as .well as good
    public relations and documentation, both in Uganda and in cooperation with
    GIZ Headquarters
  • Carry out administrative tasks.
2. Implement the monitoring,
evaluation (M&E) and reporting activities for IWaSP and the water resources
project in Karamoja:
  • Suggest and implement appropriate monitoring
    frameworks, data collection and analysis methods
  • Lead and implement reporting processes, such
    as regular project updates and annual reports, including field visits
  • Set up and maintain a digital archiving
    system of all data and information related to M&E activities
  • Improve gathering and use of both qualitative
    and qualitative data, e.g. through use of case studies
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The applicant should ideally hold a University
    education (minimum Master’s degree) in technical sciences / engineering
    (water/water resources management/ environment/natural resources), social
    sciences or related field
  • A minimum of three years of relevant
    professional working experience, strong M&E skills
  • Previous exposure and experience in working
    for Non-Governmental Organisations, International Organizations and/or
    Donor Agencies
  • Excellent organisational and analytical
    skills and ability to work well under pressure and with minimal
  • Previous experience with donor reporting,
    especially DFID, is an asset
  • Previous experience in working with
    Government agencies or local government is an asset
  • Strong computer skills (e.g. MS Office,
  • Ability to effectively transfer skills and
  • Openness to share information and knowledge
  • Team player in multi-cultural and
    inter-disciplinary team
  • Excellent written and oral English skills,
    knowledge of German is an advantage
  • Ability to travel frequently to different
    regions within Uganda
How to Apply: 
suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to send their applications
which should include 2 pages max for cover letter and 3 pages max for CV to the
Human Resources Department GIZ Offices, Plot 23 Nakasero Road, Kampala.
Deadline: 25th February, 2016

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