Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator Non-profit Careers – Right To Play

Job Title:             Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator
Organisation: Right To Play
Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Africa MEL
About US:
Right To Play (RTP) is a fast-growing International Non-profit
Organization with headquarters in Toronto, Canada, whose focus is using
transformative power of play to educate and empower children facing adversity.
Through playing sports and games, Right To Play helps over one million children
learn through play to create better futures, while operating in more than 20
countries each week.
Job Summary: The Monitoring,
Evaluation and Learning Coordinator (AMELCo) will assist the MEL Manager in the
implementation of monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) across the region
to ensure that Right To Play contributes to a healthier and safer world through
sport and play by facilitating continuous organizational learning, providing
credible evidence and improving program quality. The incumbent collaborates
with staff, not only at the Africa Office and country office level, but also
within the broader region and across the organization, globally. The primary
roles and responsibilities of the AMELCo are to (a) Support in the
implementation of Right To Play’s monitoring, evaluation and Learning plan,
within the RTP global Monitoring and Evaluation (ME) framework and specific to
country strategies, needs and contexts; (b) Support in programs outcome
monitoring and support the development of regional dashboards and program
reports; (c) support program evaluations
Key Duties and
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning systems Management (40%)
  • Supports analysis and compiling outcome
    monitoring data and support in reporting, documentation and learning
  • Carries out data audits and checks data
    for data quality assurance.
  • Ensures data storage is in line with RTP
  • Supports in high level           statistical analysis on            country level quantitative data
  • Conducts analysis of regional data, and
    share quarterly regional dashboard reports.
  • Ensures timely and accurate reporting of
    outputs by coordinating, analyzing, updating and maintaining the quarterly
    count system.
  • Develops and submits output, outcome, and
    evaluation reports to the Country Manager and the Regional MELO.
  • Offers support in the development and
    implementation of regional       MEL
    database which encompasses key organizational outputs
  • Actively participates in dialogues for
    innovations and improvements to enhance effectiveness of the global MEL
    framework and systems.
Monitoring, evaluation and learning capacity building and support (30%)
  • Supports MEL related capacity building to
    staff and partners as necessary across the region
  • Supports regional MEL trainings to enhance
    monitoring, evaluation and learning and information sharing of regional
    and partner’s staff and supports MELOs to design and implement trainings
    in respective countries.
  • Conducts periodic country technical
    assistance trips to support quality of data management systems.
Conducting Assessments, Evaluations and Studies (20%)
  • Offers timely technical support in major
    baseline and needs assessment studies
  • Provides technical support in mid-term and
    final evaluations, strategic learning studies and operational research
    studies learning studies and researches
Others: Performing other duties as assigned (10%)
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The applicant for the Right To Play (RTP)
    Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator job placement should
    preferably hold a Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, development or
    related discipline.
  • Additional training in Monitoring and
    Evaluation such as university courses, workshops, certificates.
  • A minimum of three years of practical
    experience developing and implementing monitoring and evaluation
    frameworks (developing logic frameworks, outcomes, indicators, targets and
    data collection plans).
  • One year of practical experience working
    with social programs.
  • At least three years leading and
    conducting data collection, both qualitative (focus groups, interviews,
    observations) and quantitative (surveys, statistics review).
  • Previous exposure and experience in
    conducting high level analysis for quantitative data (descriptive and
    inferential analysis) and qualitative data (identifying key themes and
  • Previous exposure and experience in
    managing data sets (coordinating data entry, ensuring data quality,
    managing data confidential storage).
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested local and international
candidates should send an updated resume and motivational letter to: and kindly include “Monitoring, Evaluation and
Learning Coordinator, Africa Office” and your name in the subject line. Please
indicate your salary expectations in the motivational letter and do not attach
certificates at this point.
Deadline: 14th
February, 2017

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