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Monitoring and Evaluation Manager NGO Jobs - AIDS Information Centre-Uganda (AIC)

Job Title:           Monitoring and Evaluation Manager
Organisation: AIDS Information Centre-Uganda (AIC)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Director of Programs and Planning

About US:
AIDS Information Centre-Uganda (AIC) is a Non-Governmental Organization established on 14 February 1990 to provide Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCT) services for Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV).  The Organization was founded as a result of growing demand from people who wanted to know their HIV status. AIC currently offers HCT services through 9 Regional Centres of Kampala, Jinja, Mbale, Mbarara, Arua, Lira, Soroti, Kabale and Karamoja, selected hospitals, health Centre, and antenatal clinics. AIC also conducts HCT outreaches to communities and institutions targeting the Most-at risk populations. AIC has supported MoH to extend HCT services nearer to the communities by supporting HCT in over 52 districts in Uganda with over 200 district health facilities benefiting. Today the VCT model has evolved into an integrated and comprehensive package of HIV Prevention, Care & Treatment, Social Support & Protection and Health & Community Systems Strengthening.

Job Summary: The Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will be responsible for the overall monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of AIC programs, andto provide the related operational and strategic information necessary for ensuring effective implementation of the programs

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
  • Put in place and continually update the system, tools, strategies procedures and guidelines for the monitoring and evaluation of AIC programmes
  • Formulate indicators for the monitoring and evaluation of AIC programmes, in collaboration with the respective programme Director and Managers
  • Develop work plans and budgets for the monitoring and evaluation of AIC’s programmes, and agree on the plans and budgets with the Director of Programs and Planning, and the respective program managers
  • Regularly carry out monitoring of the implementation of the various AIC programs, in conjunction with the respective program managers where possible
  • The incumbent will evaluate the implementation of programs from the monitoring data, identify obstacles to the implementation of the programs and advise AIC management on necessary follow-up actions
  • Receive reports from the Monitoring and Evaluation Officers at the regions, consolidate them, and identify issues on which action is necessary
  • Prepare and submit timely monitoring and evaluation reports on the implementation of AIC programs, disseminate information from the reports as appropriate, and advise on necessary follow-up actions
  • Using information from monitoring and evaluation exercises, advise on ways of improving AIC’s interventions; and provide feedback to key partners including Donors and the Ministry of Health
  • Offer technical support to the Monitoring and Evaluation Officers at the regions as necessary
  • Coordinate and maintain an overall AIC programme database which can be updated periodically to facilitate planning, easy access to information and tracking of AIC activities
  • Work closely with other agencies implementing HIV/AIDS programmes in Uganda, including UAC and the Ministry of Health, to formulate strategies for evaluating the impact of AIC activities on HIV/AIDS
  • Carry out periodic impact assessments for AIC’s programmes
  • Keep control of the expenditures on monitoring and evaluation activities, against the budget
  • Participate in the periodic performance appraisal exercises for the Monitoring and Evaluation Officers at the regions
  • Identify training needs of the Monitoring and Evaluation Officers at the regions, and propose necessary staff training and development interventions
  • Participate in planning and organizing programme reviews, including feedback workshops at regional and national levels
  • Participate in the development of AIC strategic and annual plans
  • Submit to the Director of Programs and Planning, as often as required but at least quarterly, a full written report of monitoring and evaluation activities


Key Result Areas:
  • Up-to-date system, procedures, tools and strategies, procedures and guidelines for the monitoring and evaluation of AIC programs in place
  • Indicators for monitoring and evaluation of AIC programs developed
  • Operational plans and schedules for monitoring and evaluation drawn up
  • Implementation of AIC programs effectively monitored and evaluated
  • Regular reports on the monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of AIC programs prepared
  • Necessary support provided to Monitoring and Evaluation staff at the regions
  • Technical support provided in appraising the performance of the Monitoring and Evaluation Officers in the regions, and in identifying their capacity development needs
  • Up-to-date database maintained on AIC activities
  • Impact of AIC activities on HIV/AIDS evaluated, in collaboration with other agencies implementing HIV/AIDS programmes in Uganda
  • Ways of improving AIC’s interventions identified from monitoring and evaluation exercises
  • Periodic reports on AIC interventions produced and disseminated to relevant stakeholders
  • Periodic reports on monitoring and evaluation activities submitted to the Director of Programs and Planning

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The applicant for the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager job placement must hold a first degree in Statistics, Economics or SWSA
  • Possession of a Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management
  • At least six years’ work experience, with three years at managerial level in data management and program planning and management
  • Previous experience of working in the health sector
  • Special Knowledge of Data Management
  • Principles of program monitoring and evaluation
  • Principles and Protocols of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care
  • Rights of People Living with HIV/AIDS
  • Computer skills relevant to data management
  • Database design skills
  • Statistical analysis skills
  • Good training skills
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good report writing skills
  • High degree of Integrity and Empathy
  • Confidentiality
  • Innovativeness

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send hard copies with an application letter, CV including names of three referees, copies of relevant academic documents, and a daytime telephone contact addressed to:

Human Resource Department                                           
AIDS Information Centre - Uganda                      
P.O. Box 10446 Kampala. Uganda

Or E-mail to: recruitment@aicug.org

Deadline: 25th August 2017 by 5:00pm


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