Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator UNHCR Project Jobs – Windle International Uganda (WIU)


Job Title:    Regional Monitoring and
Evaluation Coordinator

Organisation: Windle
International Uganda (WIU)

Funding Source: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Duty Station:  Uganda


About US:

Windle International
Uganda (WIU) formerly Windle Trust Uganda is a registered INGO whose mission is
to promote peace and development in communities through provision and
coordination of Education and training for Refugees and people affected by

Windle International
Uganda is the lead partner of UNHCR in implementing Education Projects in
Uganda with close collaboration with the Government of Uganda through the
Office of the Prime Minister.


Job Summary:  The Regional Monitoring and Evaluation
Coordinator will be responsible for providing leadership to the designated WIU
region of operation in terms of Monitoring & Evaluation with a particular
focus on the use of scientifically sound methods of impact Evaluation. He/she
will be responsible for the implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation
(M&E) framework of the organization’s projects and contribute to the design
and implementation of related core M&E research and development activities
of WIU. He/she will work to develop approaches and tools based on clear impact
pathways, theories of change, outcomes, and indicators of progress.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

the M&E framework designed for Windle Uganda and others specific to
different projects including and not limited to: designing program M&E
tools for data collection, verification, and management and reporting as well
as education management data audits;

to the development, design and planning of projects so that (a) projects have a
clear and feasible strategy towards impact that is in line with WIU’s mission
and strategy, and (b) projects include clearly defined measurable indicators of
outputs, outcomes and impact,

to outcome and evidence-based strategic decision-making at WIU and promote a
culture of evidence-based learning and adaptation at field level,

Settlement Managers to develop systematic and realistic monitoring plans that
capture quantitative and qualitative data to periodically report on project
performance indicators;

on Monitoring and Evaluation exercises for various Windle Uganda projects;

capacity assessments on existing monitoring and evaluation system;

and evaluate overall progress on achievement of results as well as the
sustainability of the project results and report periodically to management

guidance from M&EL Manager, build capacity of staff on the logical
framework, data management, data analysis and results-oriented programming

in annual project reviews and planning workshops

collaboration with M&EL Manager, develop program and operational reporting
templates that facilitate the acquisition and aggregation of information in
programs, including input for impact related success stories;

In close
collaboration and consultation with communications department, assist in
gathering, summarizing and disseminating relevant technical updates on program
planning monitoring, evaluation and operations research within the project;

mid-term reviews and evaluation of program activities and ensure proper
documentation of innovative approaches and best practices for dissemination


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

ideal candidate must hold a Postgraduate Diploma or Advanced Degree in
Monitoring and Evaluation,

advanced Degree in Project Planning, Development Studies, Programme Management,
Sociology, Statistics, Economics or other related field from a reputable
Institution of Learning,

At least
2 years of progressive professional experience in development programmes, of
which at least 1 year should be at Senior Officer level with reputable
organization or NGO,

This is
a Field- based position, and therefore, field experience is a strong asset,

organization and coordination skills;

Must be

Communication skills (written, verbal and non- verbal)

experience in the civil society sector;

of Refugee Operations;

Analytical and Presentation skills;

to work under pressure and to work with multiple conflicting priorities


How to Apply:

All qualified and
interested candidates should apply online at the link below.




Deadline: 18th January 2021


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