|Date Posted:||May 25, 2010|
|Closing Date:||Jun 4, 2010|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||As per NTA salary scale policyUSD|
|Years of Experience:||5 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
|Probation Period:||1 month|
About Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Programme:
â€¢ Monitor and evaluate programme activities at the PMO in various provincial offices and in rural villages;
â€¢ As part of these duties conduct training verification exercises, evaluate learning outcomes and conduct learning needs assessments as needed;
â€¢ Collaborate and coordinate activities with the M and E data analysis specialist, Provincial Manager, Training Specialist, Master Trainers, and AREDP staff at a PMO and Provincial level.
Duties & Responsibilities:
The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer shall:
â€¢ Oversee effectiveness, impacts and outcomes of training activities and programme implementation;
â€¢ Conduct situational analyses/ground-truthing of the findings if needed;
â€¢ Generate comprehensive narrative reports after each field visit, including sections on recommendations for the improvement and analysis of programmatic progress.
â€¢ Liaise with provincial team regarding site visit findings and follow-up to ensure that negative findings have been addressed or corrected.
â€¢ Monitor project implementation to ensure AREDP is responding to the peopleâ€™s needs and the project is achieving the desired goals and objectives.
â€¢ Develop Monitoring and Evaluation systems and tools appropriate to AREDP needs;
â€¢ Pro-actively feed back field information to stakeholders at provincial level;
â€¢ On an ongoing basis develop his/her Monitoring and Evaluation skills.
â€¢ Liaise closely with the Provincial Office Managers, Managers responsible for programme activities in the field and Programme field staff;
â€¢ Generate monthly, quarterly and annual reports on predefined M and E indicators.
â€¢ Ensure that program activities are on track to its objectives.
â€¢ Have regular field visits to collect M and E data for reporting purpose (data may include photographs)
â€¢ At least 3 years experience in the development sector, working for an NGO, UN agency, consultancy, or public entity;
â€¢ Monitoring and Evaluation experience desirable;
â€¢ Community development facilitation/engagement experience desirable;
â€¢ Insight into community development principles and rural development;
â€¢ Experience of enterprise/business development would be advantageous.
â€¢ A university degree in development studies, sociology, social anthropology, agriculture, business studies or related fields.
â€¢ A diploma or similar undergraduate qualification will be considered in the case of candidates with relevant practical experience.