Спеціаліст(ка) з моніторингу, оцінки та навчання (Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer)
Chemonics International Inc., an international development consulting firm, seeks a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer for an ongoing USAID-funded project supporting Ukraine. This is a remote work position likely to be based in either Ukraine or Poland.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
As Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer, the Employee is responsible for the following principle duties and obligations:
- The MEL Officer will manage all monitoring, evaluation, learning and communication activities under UCBI III.
- S/he will be responsible for the overall quality of the project’s MEL systems and ensuring appropriate data capture.
- Contribute to data analysis and impact assessments on program (primary) and activity (secondary) levels, oversee the design of MEL plans.
- Develop a system to capture and disseminate knowledge and lessons learned within the project and among project partners.
- Edit and/or assist PDOs in drafting impact and results summaries for grants and/or other reporting as required.
- Assist in designing field data collection tools, which allow for quantitative and qualitative analysis. Support development of tools for preliminary profiling and impact assessments as necessary and per direction of the COP and/or OTI CR and DCR.
- Responsible for management of MEL indicators in the project database under supervisory guidance of the COP and per guidance from OTI CR/DCR.
- Lead periodic cluster evaluations.
- Review Activity Database entries to monitor activity development, implementation and MEL plans on an activity-by-activity basis.
- Assist program staff and grantees, if necessary, with report preparation to ensure that reports capture results and impact.
- Conduct periodic site visits and attend grantee events and activities to collect data for monitoring and evaluation and document site visits in the database and through photographs, focus groups discussions, observations, stakeholder meetings, etc.
- Manage scheduling and logistics of field data collection.
- Liaise with staff in field office(s) to ensure consistency of qualitative information being collected and captured for database entries.
- Develop and deliver training for field staff in field research/data capture.
- Train relevant staff on any other tasks/responsibilities as necessary.
- Perform other tasks as assigned by the COP, DCOP-P or their designee.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Three (3) years of progressively responsible work experience required, including work in monitoring and evaluation.
- Experience with USAID or other donor-funded project MEL tasks required.
- Proven skills applying analytical skills and objective reasoning to draw conclusions.
- Advanced skills in word processing and MS Excel as well as data base and SPSS required.
- Knowledge and experience working with GIS as an MEL reporting tool preferred.
- Quick learner who can work independently under minimal supervision and work closely with other staff members, partners, and OTI to meet reporting requirements and compile necessary information gathered from a variety of sources in a timely fashion.
- Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple high priority tasks simultaneously.
Fluent Ukrainian or Russian and English required.
Send electronic submissions to [email protected] by August 16, 2022. Please insert the position you are applying for (“Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer”) in the subject line and include your CV and a cover letter/statement of interest explaining interest in and qualifications for the job. No telephone inquiries, please. Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis and only finalists will be contacted. For more information, please visit www.chemonics.com.
“Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.”