St John’s Community Centre Monitoring & Evaluation Officer Job in Kenya

Jul 6, 2017

St John’s Community centre in partnership with Global Communities is implementing a USAID funded project aimed at reducing the HIV risks in Adolescent Girls and young women (10 – 24 years). 

This is an 18 months project to be implemented in Kamukunji and Starehe Sub Counties of Nairobi County and we are seeking to recruit a suitable professional as listed below:

Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
 
 
Key Responsibilities
  • Establishment and effective implementation of the Project Monitoring and Evaluation activities and Systems;
  • Develop and maintain the program database system;
  • Ensure proper data entry procedures, storage and appropriate use of data to track program performance;
  • Responsible for capacity building of fellow staff, monitoring point persons at the school and community level on M&E requirements to ensure compliance with Project reporting requirements;
  • Ensure effective data collection, processing and data analysis;
  • Responsible for disseminating M & E results, findings and sharing lessons learnt with Staff, implementing Schools and relevant stakeholders
  • Prepare project reports for submission to Management, relevant donors, partners and stakeholders;
Qualifications
  • Kenyan citizen, aged 25-35 years who has a strong drive to empower young girls and women from informal urban settlements
  • A first degree in social sciences, public health, or other related discipline from a recognised university, M&E.
  • Comprehensive training in M & E
  • Have experience working in PEPFAR funded program
  • 4 years relevant working experience in Monitoring and Evaluation, preferably in integrated HIV prevention programming.
  • Demonstrated skills in M&E frameworks, systems development and development of data collection tools
  • Experience in conducting trainings in M&E development.
  • Computer proficiency in word processing, databases, spreadsheets, including advanced skills in at least two of the following programs: SPSS, Excel, Epi Info, Stata, SQL and Ms Access.
  • Skills in research statistics, critical and analytical thinking, Good judgment and problem solving are critical.
  • Field experience in data collection, analysis & quality assurance.
  •  Good understanding of public health issues particularly HIV and AIDS .
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Fluency in both written and oral English and Kiswahili
How to Apply

Interested candidates must submit their applications, complete with a CV, copies of certificates, names and telephone numbers of three professional referees, reliable telephone number via Post office mail to:

The Chairman Human Resource Committee,
P.O. Box 16254-00610 
Nairobi, Kenya

To be received not later than 14th July 2017.

Only short listed persons will be contacted.

For those who had applied previously need not apply again 





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