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Employee Contract Type:
Local - Fixed Term Employee (Fixed Term)
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator is responsible for supporting the MEAL Manager in ensuring that key standards in planning, monitoring and evaluation as well as in beneficiary targeting processes are met in the USDA funded Food For Education programme. The position will ensure that WV's global standards in LEAP and Mozambique's NO system are met. The position will be responsible for ensuring standardization of key performance indicators, aggregation and reporting of the key findings on the indicators, coordination of key MEAL activities in the FFE programme including ensuring adequate staff support to undertake these processes. Will also be responsible for strengthening the project M&E capacity.
Required Professional experience
At least 3 years direct experience in design and implementation of MEAL systems, including qualitative and quantitative approaches to assessments and monitoring (required). Experience in participatory assessment, monitoring and evaluation, training and facilitation, data processing or analysis. Experience in providing MEAL support for big donor (USAID/USDA/DFID etc) projects/programs preferable. Demonstrated experience in managing a big team in a complex humanitarian or development setting. Proven working knowledge of statistical packages (Excel, SPSS, STATA, NVIVO, etc.) is required. And very good knowledge of ODK database/SMAP server is a must. Expert data handling skills (classification, categorizing, tabulation etc.) and demonstrates diligence in data management. Good communication and mobilization skills. Able to stand above denominational diversities.
Required Education, Training and Certification
A Bachelor's degree in Statistics/Mathematics, social science, development studies, agriculture or other relevant field preferred. Bachelor's in Monitoring and Evaluation or Evaluation studies is preferred.
Preferred Knowledge and qualification
Knowledge of and familiarity with international assistance program requirements, preferably FFEUSDA/USAID and/or other funding agencies their policies and regulations. Strong presentation and report writing skills (Required). In-depth working knowledge of computer based statistical packages including SPSS, N-VIVO, Epinfo and Excel; and information dissemination software. At minimum, understand and be able to convey to others the Red Cross and Red Crescent Code of Conduct, Safeguarding and PSEA, and Child Well-Being Indicators and WV Mozambique accountability guidelines.
Good Portuguese and English communication skills (oral and written) required. Knowledge of local languages (Makua, Chuabo,
Applicant Types Accepted:
Local Applicants Only