Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Job Opportunity in Uganda at Prime Minister’s Office

Office of The Prime Minister, Uganda
Vacancies: 01(One)
Duty Station: Gulu
Salary: Attractive
Terms: 1 one year contract, renewable
Age: 25 and above
Reports to: Programme Coordinator

Qualifications and Work Experience
·         The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be a Ugandan National with at least a BA in Economics, Statistics, Social Sciences, Development Studies, Quantitative Economics, Project Planning and Management or a related field.
·         Post Graduate training in M&E or Project Planning and Management is a must.
·         At least five (5) years’ experience in participatory planning, monitoring and evaluation of development projects in Uganda in a reputable Government, NGO or Donor funded development organization;
·         Competency in the management of spreadsheets and data bases is essential;
·         Conversant with the Results Framework Approach of planning, monitoring and evaluation;
·         Excellent computer skills, preferably with one or more common database packages;
·         Familiarity with quantitative as well as qualitative M&E methods.

1.       Demonstrated record of preparing independent analytical work
2.      Sound inter-personal and communication skills with evidence of strong report writing and presentation skills.
3.      High analytical capacity, thoroughness, accuracy & attention to detail
Duties and Responsibilities
        i.            Support the Programme Coordinator in monitoring implementation of PCDP components managed by OPM as per their annual workplans.
      ii.            Liaise with DFID to provide OPM with updates on PCDP components managed by DFID
    iii.            Liaise with the Northern Uganda Data Centre to ensure the PCDP outputs are fully captured in the PRDP2 M&E system
    iv.            Support the Programme Coordinator to prepare quarterly , annual and other periodic project progress reports;
      v.            Facilitate the design and implementation of studies, surveys, mid-term review and end of Programme and impact evaluations;
    vi.            Perform any other duties as may be assigned to him/her from time to time by the Programme Coordinator.
How to Apply
Applications accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials and at least two competent referees, one of whom MUST be from your current or previous employer should be addressed to;
The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister, Postal Building, 6th floor Yusuf Lule Road P .O. Box 341, Kampala.
To reach him not later than Friday 17th August, 2012 at 5:00 pm.
Note: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Any form of canvassing shall
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