Full-Time Latest Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator Job In Kenya
The Community Development and Health Office of the Salvation Army Kenya East Territory seeks to recruit qualified persons to the following positions in the Kenya Integrated School and Community Water, Sanitation Hygiene (KISC – WASH) Project as stated below:
KISC WASH Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator – 1 Position
This is a full time contract position for 3 years, renewable based on performance.
The position is to be based at The Salvation Army Kenya East Headquarters in Nairobi with frequent travels to the field 40% of the time.
The role of this position is to support the KISC WASH Project Monitoring and Evaluation strategy utilizing the participatory approaches as a basis for its results framework.
The holder of this position shall be required to assist Head of Community Development and Health and the Project Manager with the training of staff on the tools that will be used for collecting and analyzing data from time to time.
As needed, assist staff with tabulation and analysis all data, as well as with understanding and using the information generated from the data.
Working with assistance from the technical staff and project management staff, the ME Coordinator shall devise a system of evaluating the long-term impact of the project and advise on necessary changes to the project design that will ensure the project’s effectiveness.
Train the KISC WASH project staff in collecting, analyzing and using data for programme indicators;
Assist with facilitating monthly, quarterly, and semi-annual meetings to review program data for decision-making;
Review existing approaches and management information system of the MOEST / MOH and agree on any required changes, support and resources;
Develop a plan for project-related capacity building on ME and for any computer-based support that may be required;
Coordinate activities for all baseline assessments, Mid-Term and end of project evaluations;
Review program data collected through registers and assist program staff in understanding and acting upon that data; and
Together with KISC WASH staff, develop participatory methods of presenting information back to community members
Any other tasks directed by the Project Manager
Knowledge, Abilities, and Experience Required:
Experienced development professional with a bachelor’s degree in statistics, epidemiology, or related discipline;
At least five years of experience monitoring and evaluating water and sanitation programmes within schools and community setting;
Knowledge of and experience with ME methods and approaches (including quantitative, qualitative, and participatory);
Experience developing and implementing ME systems; facilitating learning-oriented analysis sessions of ME data with multiple stakeholders;
An understanding of the Community Led Total Sanitation approach
Skills in information analysis (computer literate) and report writing;
Experience using statistical software packages such as SPSS, EPI Info and others.
Commitment to The Salvation Army’s mission and willingness to work in close collaboration with other faith-based and non-faith based community organizations.
Interested candidates should submit their application letter and CV, including telephone contact and details of at least 3 professional referees, via email to [email protected] by 15th November 2013.
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