Consortium Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Specialist - ECHO, Kampala, Uganda
Monitoring and Evaluation
Support the implementation an M&E plan for the consortium; ensure its actively implemented, regularly and timely updated and that M&E findings for all agencies are integrated in all reports.
Work according to a monitoring framework for the consortium to track progress of the partners and the consortium towards achieving the project objectives.
Work with consortium agency field staff to ensure harmonized and aligned to the ECHO reporting requirements data collection.
Support all data collection and analysis initiatives for the consortium.
The desired candidate must have a graduate qualification in monitoring and evaluation.
A minimum of three years' active experience in humanitarian programming is required.
Previous experience working under complex, multi-sectoral emergency interventions is desired.
Experience in managing/ using information management systems for large humanitarian programs.
Understanding of cash-transfers in a refugee setting is desired.
Ability to manage large quantities of data as well as knowledge and experience in using statistical packages is required.
Analytical and reporting skill.
Effective Communication skills.
University Degree in Statistics, Economics, Social Sciences, Computer sciences and other related fields.