Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Officer NGO Jobs – Child’s i Foundation

Organisation: Child’s
i Foundation
Duty Station: Kampala,
About US:
Child’s i Foundation is a non-profit organization that creates change by re-imagining care, rebuilding families and support
systems, and re-purposing orphanages into services that support children growing
up in safe and loving families.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Work closely
with HHC M&E Regional Manager to develop responsive and appropriate MEAL
plans, systems and database which integrate the cross-cutting targets and
results across all programmes.
To keep
a track of Keeping Children in Healthy and Protective Families (KCHPF) progress
through the KCHPF MEAL officer
Lead in
developing a relevant and appropriate monitoring and evaluation plan and system
for the organisation’s 5 year strategy including the development of indicators
a feedback mechanism among departments and beneficiaries, ensuring proper
documentation and its relevance to current implementation strategy and future
the accuracy, relevance and timeliness of data as reflected on the strategy
KPIs and external reports to donors, local governments, partners,
beneficiaries, among others.
Work in
liaison with the project heads and team leaders, ensure that the format,
process and system of reporting are well-agreed and observed.
Lead in
developing a responsive, functional and appropriate feed backing mechanism
which can improve current project implementation and guide future programming.
Work in
close coordination with project heads conduct periodic monitoring field visits
and ensure the documentation of field visit results.
that MEAL process, systems and procedures are upholding the safety and dignity
of stakeholders.
in providing and uploading of information to the MEAL system and ensure the
accuracy of the data and files being uploaded.
issues and challenges encountered and recommending solutions.
the accuracy of all data presented in reports to stakeholders including to
donors, local governments, partners, community beneficiaries, among others.
and manage a MEAL training programme with the goal of increasing capacity and
awareness of MEAL for all staff, including regular and scheduled inductions on
MEAL for all new staff (if needed)
the team’s capacity to integrate M&E functions in the staff routine work
with a view to influencing strategic decisions based on evidence. Provide
guidance to and coordinate with regional M&E Managers.
proposal development processes by providing inputs to narrative and financial
planning, including the development of appropriate (SMART) indicators, costing
for MEAL activities and contributing to Performance Management Plans Enhance
learning across the programme team by driving the process of quarterly evidence
reviews and provide expert inputs which feed into reporting (3 quarterly
reports and an annual report).

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The applicant
must hold a Degree, preferably in statistics, information management,
management, Social Sciences or related fields
monitoring and evaluation experience (4 years+) in humanitarian or development
and qualitative data collection and analysis tools
Good track
record and experience in developing M&E plan, systems and database using MS
office applications (Excel or Access)
Proven ICT
skills especially in the development of MIS software using database software
knowledge and proven experience on developing and analyzing logical and
conceptual framework
to train partners and staff on developing and maintaining the M&E system
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
written and oral communications skills in English
interpersonal skills and ability to work in a diverse team and manage complex
and sensitive organisational relationships
understanding of and commitment to promoting child rights.
to manage complex workloads and deliver work to tight deadline
to travel frequently and stay in difficult environments
How to Apply:
All candidates are
strongly encouraged to send their applications and updated CVs to
Deadline: 8th June 2018
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