Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Officer NGO Job Careers – Street Child of Uganda

Organisation: Street Child of Uganda
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
About Street Child:
Street Child of Uganda works in the refugee and development
contexts, supporting children to access education. Currently, our major
projects are based in Palabek refugee settlement and Kyaka II refugee
settlement providing primary education to refugee and host community children.
In addition to this Street Child is supporting children across Uganda with
primary, secondary and tertiary education scholarships.
Job Summary:  The Monitoring, Evaluation,
Accountability & Learning Officer will
support the M&E Manager in data collection, data entry and cleaning,
analysis and dissemination of results, and impact evaluation of Street Child of
Uganda’s education programmes.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Support in monitoring of data collection process
carried out by the implementing partners in the field and provide technical
support to the field team.
Support on the development and implementation of
a qualitative and quantitative M&E tools and routine program monitoring
Work with the M&E Manager to monitor the key
project performance indicators (KPI) throughout the duration of the projects.
Conduct entry of project data.
Review data files and perform data cleaning
operations to ensure all observations are uniquely identified and reported data
is consistent.
Maintain high quality filing system.
Maintaining integrity and consistency in data
while merging data files to produce clean data.
Perform data analysis using different
statistical packages to produce required results for different reports.
Provide necessary information to the team for
producing monthly, quarterly, and annual reports
Perform any other duty assigned by M&E
Manager related to information management. 

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree or
equivalent in a relevant field, such as Statistics, Information Management,
Information Technology, Health, Social Sciences or Economics.
At least two years of experience working in
Excellent written English communication skills.
Exceptional organizational skills, ability to
facilitate communication between various levels of management and work
independently in order to meet deadlines.
Previous experience in data collection in
development organizations is highly desirable.
Excellent proficiency in Excel and large
datasets, or managing databases.
Highly desirable
characteristics / skills include:
A self-starter with a strong results orientation
and with high levels of integrity, credibility and dependability.
An energetic team player who can effectively
collaborate, and who can stand alone when necessary.
Ability to work in international settings and
with various departments to implement successful programmes.
Demonstrated ability to work and deliver under
pressure and on tight deadlines.
Commitment to Street Child’s mission, vision and
values, and the ability to convey with enthusiasm about Street Child’s work.
High integrity, honesty and confidentiality;
ability to deal tactfully and discreetly with situations, people and
Acceptance of diversity and inclusion as a core
Willingness to work in flexible, sub-optimal,
stressful and unstable environment.
Position: This
role will be based in head office in Kampala with regular travel to the field.
This is a fixed term contract which will be in effect from 1st January 2020 –
31st December 2020. 
How to Apply:
Please email a CV and a cover letter to:
Deadline: 18th
December 2019.
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