|Company||Marie Stopes Sierra Leone|
|Location||Freetown, Western - Rural, Sierra Leone|
MSSL are commencing a period of geographic and programmatic expansion including an increase in static and outreach service provision. The Monitoring & Evaluation Officer will have the responsibility for monitoring and evaluating Saving Lives project, to ensure that high standards are maintained at all times. The M&E Officer will work closely with the Outreach Channel Lead, Program Manager/Operations Director and all the regional staff and stakeholders to achieve MSSL objectives. To achieve this, MSSL requires an innovative, result oriented individual who has a vision, wants the challenge of launching and managing a new national level programme.
|Job Functions||Monitoring & Evaluation|
|Industries||Ngo / Non-Profit|
The monitoring and Evaluation Officer will assist the Project Manager /Operation Manager with coordination of M&E activities of the organization ▪ Develop and maintain health information system that adequately takes into consideration the needs and resources of the project ▪ Develop, produce and apply instruments and methodology required to collect relevant data on input, outputs, outcomes and impact of health interventions in the project areas. ▪ Assessing and reporting on capacities and performance of key Regional Coordinators, and Outreach team Leaders. ▪ Maintain consistent standards for monitoring and reporting. ▪ Collate and disseminate information in Marie Stopes’ project targets and indicators ▪ Supporting the conduct of small scale surveys and other relevant studies ▪ Preparing and updating monthly, quarterly, and annual monitoring and evaluation plans and reports. ▪ Undertaking regular visits to the field to support the implementation of M&E strategies and identify where adaptation might be needed. ▪ Support the supervision of quality and timeliness of implementation of Project activities of Marie Stopes ▪ Undertake any other duties and functions directly related to the efficient execution of Maries Stopes programmes. ▪ Produce monitoring and progress reports to Senior Management as required by donors ▪ Represent MSSL and liaise with stakeholders at all levels
A degree in social sciences, medical statistics or in a field related to development ▪ Experiences, working with projects in designing monitoring systems and planning for complement evaluations ▪ Experience with Management of different sources of data and multiple indicators ▪ Must have at least 5 years experience in ; a) Analysis of quantitative and qualitative data report writing b) Use of computer systems especially data base, excel spread sheet, access, power point and internet ▪ Must be familiar with working in rural areas with focus on participatory process ▪ Must be willing to undertake regular visit to the field and interact with different stakeholders. ▪ Must have good communication and interactive skills ▪ Must be able to demonstrate complementary and supportive attitude in the process of institutional strengthening ▪ Good communicator, able to work and adapt in a fast-moving organization
|Job Closing Date||31/01/2019|