Job Title: Programme M & E Officer
Job Summary: The Programme M&E Officer will be responsible for strengthening and improving monitoring and evaluation systems within the districts to ensure that the project implementation is in line with National Strategic Plans, Policies and Guidelines. He/She will coordinate and manage the M&E related Country interventions and personnel for SRH/
MCH projects in Uganda country Programs. He/She will also provide technical assistance to projects staff and partners in developing performance indicators and design data collection tools.
Key Duties & Responsibilities:
Initiate the development/review of key SRH/MCH M&E documents that include the M&E Plan, PMP and Implementation schedules among others.
Offer support and review the project plans, agree on performance indicators, methods of information collection and storage, monitoring time frames and roles/ responsibilities for SRH/MCH Country Programs.
Assess projects staff, local government staff, community Health Workers and VHTs’ capacity needs to appropriately use the activity report tools/forms and other performance related monitors for SRH/MCH projects in Uganda country programs.
Take lead in database development and maintaining the projects information management system for the projects area and update the APD for all SRH/MCH country projects.
Establish a Monitoring mechanism to provide timely feedback on projects progress at all levels and all times.
Build capacity of projects staff and key implementing partners through on job training support
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The applicant should hold a Degree or training in Environmental health, bio-statistical analysis and data management.
Professional training in M&E with at least four years experience in designing and implementing participatory M&E systems.
Experience in operations research an added advantage.
How to Apply:
All candidates should send an updated CV including three professional referees and cover letter to the: Human Resources Manager, AMREF Uganda by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .Emails should not exceed 2MB.
Deadline: Friday 18th October 2013