Monitoring & Evaluation Officer NGO Jobs – Uganda Development and Health Associates (UDHA)

 

Job Title:    Monitoring & Evaluation
Officer

Organisation: Uganda
Development and Health Associates (UDHA)

Duty Station:  Uganda

Reports to: M&E
Manager

 

About US:

Uganda Development
and Health Associates (UDHA) strives to empower, promote and strengthen key
health and development interventions in communities we work. We envision a
society in which people are fully empowered to manage their health and
development needs. UDHA is Sub Recipient to TASO under the new funding model
implemented in partnership with TASO and aims to support the implementation of
Uganda’s Response to the HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis.

 

Job Summary: The
Monitoring & Evaluation Officer is responsible for supporting the M&E
Manager in designing and implementing the M& E activities of the Project.
Working with the Project team in preparing project progress and monitor the
project activities on a regular basis. The M&E Officer works in close
collaboration with project team other partners to deliver desired results.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·       
Conduct
routine data verifications to ensure good quality data is generated.

·       
Ensure
that data generated is entered into the available databases.

·       
Developing
and supporting M&E systems at UDHA, district and Community Based
Organizations.

·       
Develop
Work plans, guidelines & standard procedures for the monitoring and
evaluations

·       
Develop
Monitoring and Evaluation tools& feedback mechanisms developed.

·       
Generate
periodic reports from data generated, circulate them donors and districts.

·       
Monitor
Project effectiveness and efficiencies.

·       
Project
data quality assessment audit exercise conducted and reports compiled &
submitted and risk assessment carried out.

·       
Record
and reporting tools distributed to all stakeholders.

·       
Participate
in designing & updating systems to monitor and evaluations of the project

·       
Provide
technical support in development of project monitoring tools.

·       
Propose
strategies to increase data use & demand amongst project staff and clarify
project information needs.

·       
Support
project staff on ways to properly document, organize and capture project
progress, Review the performance of existing management information systems to
help identify potential modification of resources.

·       
Identify
strengths and weakness in existing data management systems and propose
solutions.

·       
Perform
regular field visits to districts of operations to ensure the quality of data
collected HCWs, project staff and verify the accuracy of the reported area.

·       
Participate
in development of draft Tools and their revisions as well as data collection
procedures.eg Logical framework, Project performance tracking, indicators, data
flow chart, and M&E manual.

·       
The
M&E Officer will support the program teams in planning process and
development of Monitoring, evaluation and learning activities.

·       
He/she
will define specific processes, methodologies and tools for M & E and
reporting in line with UDHA principles.

·       
Support
the M&E Manager in overseeing and quality assurance of all field data
collection exercises, data management, and analysis, contribute to timely and
quality internal and external reporting of project data.

·       
Facilitate
capacity building process of project staff on knowledge, skills and
competencies necessary for effective M & E through training and coaching.

·       
Support
the project team and partners in extracting lessons learnt and good practices,
and documenting case studies which demonstrate qualitative and quantitative
changes.

·       
Perform
any other M&E and other programmatic duties that might be assigned from
time to time.

 


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       
The
applicant must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Social sciences, statistics, Public
Health, Quantitative Economics, Computer science, Population and demography or
Information technology

·       
Post
graduate studies (Diploma) in M and E is an added advantage.

·       
A
minimum of three years of work experience is required preferably in an NGO
setting

·       
High
Level Of Integrity

·       
Excellent
written and oral English communication skills are required, excellent
coordination and organizational skills.

·       
Ability
to plan workload and demonstrate accountability for outputs with minimal direct
supervision.

·       
Ability
to work under pressure, ability to prioritize and commitment to meet deadlines.

·       
Proven
knowledge of computerized systems; high degree of computer literacy and word
processing and spreadsheet/Excel skills.

·       
Experience
with statistical packages (e.g. SPSS, STATA) and familiarity with IT
applications to support M & E and information management an added
advantage.

·       
Ability
to facilitate capacity building and training at different levels for M & E.

·       
Good
knowledge and strong demonstrated experience in monitoring, evaluation,
accountability and learning, including participatory approaches

 

How to Apply:

All suitably
qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to submit in single PDF
their cover letter, CV and CERTIFIED copies of academic documents addressed as
below to: info@udhauganda.org with copy to udhajobs@gmail.com

 

The Executive
Officer

Uganda Development
and Health Associates (UDHA),

P.O. Box 77, Iganga
Municipality

 

Deadline: 9th April 2021 by 5:00pm

 

While UDHA
appreciates all the interested applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be
contacted for interviews. In case you do not hear from UDHA one month after the
closing date, please consider yourself unsuccessful. Please note that any form
of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. Any telephone
solicitation will lead to automatic disqualification.  

 

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