Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Non-profit Careers – Windle Trust International

Job Title:        Monitoring
and Evaluation Officer
Organization: Windle
Trust International
Duty Station: 
Kampala, Uganda
About US:
Windle International
Uganda formerly Windle Trust Uganda is a registered INGO whose primary mission
is to equip refugees and others affected by conflict in Africa to meet the
challenges of development through providing access to education, training, and
employment opportunities by advocacy and direct programme activity. Windle
International Uganda has been a leading provider of access to university
education, post-primary education, primary and vocational training for conflict
affected Africans since 1996. Windle International’s lead partner of UNHCR is
implementing Education Programmes in Uganda with close collaboration with the
Government of Uganda through the Office of the Prime Minister.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
The Monitoring
and Evaluation Officer will be responsible to provide leadership to WIU in
terms of Monitoring & Evaluation with a particular focus on the use of
scientifically sound methods of impact evaluation.
will be responsible for the implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation
(M&E) framework for the organization’s projects and contribute to the
design and implementation of related core M&E research and development
activities of WIU.
will develop approaches and tools based on clear impact pathways, theories of
change, outcomes, and indicators of progress.
will work with M&EL Manager to ensure that proper monitoring and evaluation
is carried out at outcome level and for ensuring that projects at WIU regional
and settlements level maintain their strategic vision and that all activities
result in the achievement of intended outputs in a cost effective and timely
addition, the M&E Officer will build the capacity of project staff in
monitoring and evaluation and specifically how to demonstrate impact. He/she
will assist Settlement Managers in preparing monthly, quarterly and annual
reports on project progress and will monitor the overall progress of WIUs
projects in achieving outcomes at settlement and regional level.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
ideal candidate must hold a Postgraduate Diploma or Advanced Degree in
Monitoring and Evaluation,
advanced Degree in Project Planning, Development Studies, Programme Management,
Sociology, Statistics, Economics or other related field from a reputable
Institution of Learning,
Two to
three years of progressive professional experience in development programmes,
of which 1-2 years should be at Senior level with reputable organization or
track record of leadership and proven ability to produce demonstrable results,
network within the development community,
This is
a Field- based position, and therefore, field experience is a strong asset,
in English is required, and
knowledge of Uganda’s PESTEL.For more detailed job description, visit our
How to Apply:
Applications must be
addressed to The Human Resources Officer, Windle International Uganda; P.O BOX
24230, Kampala. Submit your application (Letter of Expression of Interest,
updated CV, copies of academic documents – ALL in ONE document) not larger than
2MB to the email address;
Physical Delivery of applications can also be made to Windle International
Uganda located on Plot 726, Nagawa Close, Mawanda Road, Mulago Hill; Uganda
Deadline: Monday 27th August, 2018 at 5:00pm.
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