Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Job Vacancies – Uganda Development Bank Ltd

Organisation: Uganda Development Bank
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports To:  Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Scale:  UDBL 06
About US:
Development Bank (UDB) is a Development Finance Institution (DFI) focused on
accelerating socio-economic development through sustainable financial
interventions in line with the country’s development priorities.
Job Summary:   The
Monitoring & Evaluation Officer will provide support in the implementation
of the Bank’s M&E Framework with the view to enhance the development impact
assessment process of the Investments promoted by the bank. 
The Monitoring &
Evaluation Officer is responsible for collection of data, collation,
assessment, analysis and reporting of development impact accruing from the
Bank’s interventions.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
·       Identifying and collecting data from UDB Clients datasets that can aid in Development
Impact reporting.
·       Design data collection tools in a manner suitable for capturing relevant
baseline information and data in a consistent and usable format.
·       Provide support in identifying and assessment of the relevant development impact
associated with the Bank’s investment and the reporting requirements of the
project sponsor.
·       Provide technical support to various teams to utilize data collection templates,
processes and to adequately monitor and report on the ex ante and realized
development results in a timely manner
·       Enforce
use of evaluation tools and undertakes analysis of data derived from such tools
with the view of assessing project impact.
·       Reviews loan applications and conducts ex-ante development impact
assessment, utilizing the available development impact assessment tools
·       Conducts final client visit and prepares final report and ex post
development impact assessment report.
·       Carries out case studies for identified projects/successful loans resulting in positive
development outcomes and generate reports as required from time to time by the stakeholders
·       Provide support in the compilation of development outcome reports to fulfill
different stakeholder requirements.
·       Ensures client data is routinely entered in M&E database and monitors databases for
completeness and accuracy
·       Routinely monitors the application and effectiveness of the M&E relatedMIS
system and liaises with MIS to provide feedback as to whether the MIS tools are
adequate for UDB’s M&E requirements
·       Identifies emerging lessons learned and facilitates analysis, compilation, updating
and cascading of lessons learned, into various processes (incl. loan
·       Perform any other role as required from time to time by the Bank

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·       The ideal applicant must
hold a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Development Economics or Quantitative
Economics, Statistics from a reputable education institution; Post graduate
qualification in related field will be an added advantage
·       At least 5 Years’ experience in research, Poverty assessment or Development
impact assessment assignments or related field, Preferably in the public or NGO
·       Candidate must demonstrate a good understanding of development issues that
relate to developing economies
·       Experience in the application of standard data analysis tools is a prerequisite.
·       Superior analytical skills and numerical affinity
·       Strong communication (both written & oral) and ability to present ideas logically
·       Good interpersonal skills
·       Attention to detail
How to Apply:
 Interested candidates  should send or deliver their applications and
academic documents which shall include an up-to-date curriculum vitae,
certified copies of academic documents and contact addresses of 3 references to
the Director Strategy & Corporate Affairs, 1st Floor Wing B, Rwenzori Towers,
Plot 6 Nakasero Road.
Deadline: 7th
February 2020

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