Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Officer Summary
The Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Officer at John Snow Incorporated (JSI) will help to develop data collection tools for performance measurement of project activities.
Support to draft and periodically review of USAID Advancing Nutrition Activity Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Plan
(AMELP) and ensure the overall implementation of the AMELP.
Support to develop data collection tools for performance measurement of project activities.
Design project-level performance management plans to track milestones and report on required standard performance indicators of the project.
Manage the day-to-day entry of required data into project data management system
Undertake periodic visit to project sites to validate and perform data quality assessment
Provide cleaned and quality data to project technical staff as needed for program decision making
Ensure that appropriate data collection procedures are used including M&E data tracking system methods for data quality checks.
Support the projects technical staff, government agencies and nutrition stakeholders to identify and develop performance indicators and measurement of multi-sectoral food security and nutrition activities.
Support efforts to strengthen Regional Coordinating Councils (RCC) and Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies
(MMDAs) staff competencies on data-driven planning, implementation and decision-making.
Provide accurate and quality data on time to technical team for quarterly, annual, and other ad hoc reporting needs.
Develop and maintain a detailed understanding of the multi sectoral nutrition issues (i.e. health, agriculture, social protection, WASH, etc.) in Ghana and key policies and government priorities.
Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Officer Required Qualification
Master’s Degree in Statistics, Business Administration, Project Management, or related area of study and a minimum of three (3)
years of progressively responsible work experience managing MEL needs of projects of similar size and scope or Bachelor degree
with seven (7) years of progressive experience.
Prior MEL work experience on a USAID-funded project.
Qualitative and quantitative data management skills and experience including design and implementation of surveys, assessments, case studies, data visualization, and results dissemination.
Familiarity with the monitoring, evaluation and leaning standards of district assemblies, regional coordinating councils and Ghana Health Service.
Must be knowledgeable in Microsoft Suite, graphics, spreadsheet, database, and statistical software packages.
Excellent English language skills, both written and spoken with strong presentation skills.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 08/10/2021.