National M&E Officer for Education Sector Follow-Up(970 Views)
About Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Committee(MEC)
In 2010, the Government of the Islamic Republic Afghanistan (GIRoA) invited the international community to form the Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (MEC), to provide anti-corruption policy advice, and monitor and evaluate progress against specific anti-corruption benchmarks. The MEC was established jointly by the GIRoA and the international community, following the London and Kabul Conferences in January and July 2010, respectively, and by Presidential Decree 61, 2010.
The MEC is an independent agency, and is not subject to direction from either the Afghan government or from the international community. Following the London Conference, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan invited the international community to form a joint Afghan-International monitoring and evaluation committee. On September 18, 2016, the Afghan president issued Presidential Decree No. 115. This changed the legal status, duties, scope of activities and authorities of the Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee which abrogates all previous Presidential Decrees. The MEC focuses on:
• Developing anti-corruption recommendations;
• Monitoring and evaluating the anti-corruption efforts of the Afghan government and the international community; and
• Reporting on a regular basis to the President, Parliament, and people of Afghanistan, as well as to the international community about the state of the fight against corruption.
On Oct 26, 2017, the Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (MEC) released a comprehensive Ministry-wide Vulnerability to Corruption Assessment (MVCA) of the Ministry of Education (MOE). This Special Report is aimed at systematically identifying factors that make the MOE vulnerable to corruption and actions that can be taken to mitigate these vulnerabilities in the education sector
The Special Report contains 66 specific recommendations. MEC will actively follow up the revised recommendations and report on the status of implementation every quarter over the next 24 months.
The primary responsibility of the National M&E Officer will be to support MEC’s Ministry-Wide Vulnerability to Corruption Assessment (MVCA) follow up report by following up MEC recommendations issued to Afghan Ministry of Education (MOE) in Kabul and selected provinces.
|Date Posted:||11 Apr 2018||Reference:||MEC|
|Closing Date:||18 Apr 2018||Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1||Gender:||Any|
|Functional Area:||M & E||Open Ended:||NO|
|Nationality:||Afghan||Salary Range:||As per NTA Salary Scale Policy10000.0|
|Contract Type:||Long-term||Years of Experience:||5 Year(s)|
|Contract Duration:||0 Year(s) & 7 Month(s)||Extension Possibility:||Yes|
|Probation Period:||3 Months|
Duties and Responsibilities
• The National M&E Officer will bring expertise in monitoring and assessing the implementation of recommendations by Ministry of Education from all aspects of the education sector.
• The National M&E Officer will work closely with and support the follow-up team.
• The National M&E Officer will assist with setting up data collection including interviews, focus group discussions, direct observations, document reviews, and analyses.
• The National M&E Officer is expected to support continuous updates of the M&E framework, in order to monitor the implementation of MEC recommendations.
• The National M&E Officer is expected to conduct at least three provincial visits for monitoring and evaluating the implementation of MEC recommendations on the province level per quarter.
• The National M&E Officer is expected to contribute substantially to the data collection and data verification that will accurately assess the implementation of MEC recommendations.
• Assist in writing the Quarterly Monitoring Reports.
• The format, content, and length of the MVCA Monitoring Reports can be changed at any time with the approval of the MEC Executive Director.
• Support the team in designing data collection tools.
• Any other assignments from the Team Leader.
The National M&E Officer must have the following qualifications:
• University degree in literature, economy, sociology, development studies, education, or a related field;
• Several years of experience in research.
• Work experience in the education sector is an advantage.
• Strong knowledge and experience in the field of monitoring and evaluation.
• Ability to work effectively in a high-pressure environment.
• Ability to efficiently work in a team environment in a challenging, multi-cultural and fast-paced environment;
• Good quality report writing skills in English and national languages.
• Strong communication skills are essential.
Afghanistan - Kabul
AF AF 12
Candidates can apply for the position by sending their cover letter and CV in one PDF or Microsoft Word document, named in the following way: "LAST_NAME_first_name.pdf" or "LAST_NAME_first_name.doc." Supplementary documents - degrees, certificates, etc. - should not be sent at this time. The single PDF or Word file should be emailed with the subject line "National M&E Officer for MOE MVCA follow up” by April 18, 2018.
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