Technical Advisor – Programme Oversight, Monitoring & Evaluation Job Placement – Uganda Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM)

Organisation: The
Uganda Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
Reports to:
CCM Secretariat Coordinator/ Executive Secretary
About CCM:
The Uganda Country
Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) is the Board at country level that oversees the
mobilization of resources and grant implementation to ensure that Funding
requests and applications to the Global Fund are country led and grants are
effectively and efficiently implemented in Uganda.
Job Summary:  The Technical Advisor – Programme Oversight,
Monitoring & Evaluation will support the CCM in the coordination and
maintenance of a functional oversight system for monitoring the implementation
of CCM strategic priorities; and the management and implementation of the
Global Fund grant activities, in liaison with the Principal Recipients (PRs)
while ensuring routine sharing of information and reporting on grant
performance to the CCM
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Support the CCM Secretariat effective coordination and
    implementation of the Uganda CCM work plan activities
  • Develop and maintain functional work plan tracking tools and
    measures for the CCM
  • Provide administrative and technical support to the CCM Programme
    Oversight Committee and the Monitoring & Evaluation function of the
    CCM, including annual work planning.
  • Support, follow-up on and keep track of the implementation of the
    recommendations, actions and decisions from the CCM Committees’ and Board
    Meetings
  • Support the development and implementation of CCM Oversight Plan.
  • Support development and implementation of CCM Work Plan, Budget, CCM
    Performance Evaluation framework and CCM Secretariat Performance
    Evaluation framework in-line with the Global Fund CCM guidelines and
    requirements
  • Support the CCM oversight of grant implementation activities by the
    PRs and Sub Recipients (SRs); and review performance of intended grant
    implementation targets.
  • Keep abreast of the Global Fund guidelines, Funding and Reporting
    requirements; and maintain in-depth knowledge of the Global Fund grant
    documents.
  • Provide technical support for the alignment of Global Fund
    performance frameworks with the national Monitoring & Evaluation
    (M&E) frameworks & plans for the various disease components.
  • Support oversight of grant implementation activities by the PRs and
    SRs; review performance of programmatic targets for the Global Fund
    grants.
  • Plan and lead the coordination of the CCM oversight field/Site
    Visits and provide technical guidance to the CCM Site Visit teams prior to
    and during the Site Visits.
  • Synthesize information from the Global Fund grants implementation
    and performance; to guide the CCM Board in oversight, strategy and policy
    decisions.
  • Support the PRs’ quality assurance and reviews, reinforce timeliness
    for Performance Updates & Disbursement Requests (PUDRs) reporting and
    submission to the Global Fund, for performance based decisions on
    preceding disbursements
  • Support the CCM’s knowledge management, communication, information
    sharing, and publicity of CCM activities.
  • Timely preparation of quality periodic documentation, related to
    programme oversight, reporting, information sharing and Monitoring &
    Evaluation (M&E) activities of the CCM.
  • Support the CCM in providing oversight over the timely
    implementation of the new Global Fund and CCM grants implementation
  • Technically support and guide the PRs in reviewing and proposing the
    programmatic strategies during the National Strategic Plan development,
    review and evaluation processes for the various disease components.
  • Support the team implementation of the CCM Secretariat’s Performance
    targets in-line with the CCM Performance Evaluation Framework
  • Support the CCM’s compliance with the CCM Eligibility and
    Performance framework requirements set by the Global Fund, Assessments and
    implementation of the CCM


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The applicant must hold an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Social
    Sciences, Statistics, Economics, Health Promotion/Management/Economics,
    Public Health, Epidemiology, Biostatics, Medicine, or any other
    related/relevant field from a recognized university.
  • A Master’s Degree qualification in any other related or relevant
    field is highly preferred.
  • Monitoring & Evaluation training is an added advantage
  • At least eight years of general experience in program management
    with reputable international development agencies; and national
    coordination, oversight or implementing agencies/ organizations.
  • Five years of relevant experience in Programme Oversight, Management
    and/or Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) of projects and programs in
    the social or health sectors within Government, NGO or international
    agency.
  • Specific experience of working with multi-donor projects in
    HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria in Uganda is an added advantage.
  • Practical knowledge and experience in the use of Dashboard
    monitoring and reporting tools as well as advanced statistical methods and
    tools.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, digital media and
    web-based analytical tools.
  • Excellent data analysis and presentation skills.
  • Monitoring & Evaluation experience, competencies and skills
  • Excellent programme planning, oversight and management skills.
  • Experience with work plan and budget development
  • Ability to work and communicate effectively with a diverse range of
    stakeholders.
  • Strong inter-personal skills and proven ability to engage and
    interact with high-level officials from the Government, Civil Society,
    Development Partners/Donors and the Private Sector.
  • Strong report writing, presentation and communication skills
  • Planning, organizational and coordination skills
  • Public relations and customer care skills
  • Ability to apply health indicator and data analysis techniques is
    desirable.
  • Ability to efficiently handle/manage multiple tasks simultaneously,
    set priorities and work in a winning team
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline & output- oriented
    environment
  • Good report writing and editing skills are essential
  • Funding/project proposal writing and development skills
  • Good organizational and exceptional problem-solving abilities.
  • Excellent oral/verbal and written communication skills
  • Exemplary team player
  • Ability to interact and communicate with all levels of national
    Government, NGO, Donor, Private and Development Sectors
  • Ability to take initiative and work proactively with minimal
    supervision
  • Records management competencies and skills
  • Proficiency in English language skills
  • Proficient use of Microsoft Office software, digital media and
    internet tools.
How to Apply: 
All suitably
qualified candidates should endeavor to provide and attach the following:
  • Application cover letter (including
    valid Address, Telephone and E-mail contact details)
  • Application Form, Download
    Here
  • Contacts of three (3) referees
    (including email and telephone contact details)
  • Copies of academic and professional
    qualification transcripts &certificates
  • Two (2) recent passport size photographs
  • Copies of letters of appointment from
    previous and/or current employer(s)
The complete
applications should be sent to the Office of:
The Chairperson of
the Uganda Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM), C/0 Uganda AIDS Commission,
Plot 1-3 Salim Bay Road, Ntinda, P.O. Box 10779, Kampala, Uganda
Email to: [email protected]
Deadline: 19th July 2018
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