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With over 70 years of experience, our focus is on helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith. Come join our 33,000+ staff working in nearly 100 countries and share the joy of transforming vulnerable children’s life stories! Employee Contract Type: Local - Fixed Term Employee (Fixed Term) Job Description: The purpose of this position is to implement the overall Monitoring and Evaluation strategy and related activities within the MFAT Climate Change Project, working closely with the Sectoral DME Coordinator for Livelihood and the Program Quality Team Lead, the Sector Portfolio Manager, and its project staff; subject to change depending on funding. In addition, this position is responsible for knowledge management of the livelihood & health sector. The Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) officer reports to the Program Quality Team Lead... or assigned Coordinator. The DME officer is expected to work closely with the other Portfolio DME Officers and coordinator for an integrated and aligned approach to DME across the organisation. The DME Officer will apply the logical framework approach and other strategic planning approaches, monitoring and evaluation methods and tools (including quantitative, qualitative and participatory) to the projects in their area. They will be required to facilitate training, lead assessments, evaluations and monitoring planning and problem solve both conceptually and practically to assist staff and communities achieve program and project outcomes. Timely complete MIS data gathering and providing into the system for analysis and reporting. Provide achievement data and segregation to the project staff and Manager who can lead the team based on the real time findings to improve program quality. This position also plays a key role to assist projects collect data from area program target communities, assist projects analyse the collected data, do a meaningful interpretation and assist the project staff and Sector Portfolio Managers to make informed decisions. This role also plays a part in knowledge management for the organisation as a whole, and the Protection and Education portfolio specifically. In collaboration with the Program Quality Team Lead and the Portfolio Managers and other DME Coordinators, s/he ensures program data is up to date, accurate, reliable, authentic with the source document and stored properly in the organization’s knowledge management systems, including Smartsheet's, the Common Drive, and WVI’s Horizon platform. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITY: DME technical Support DME Capacity building Monitoring, Quality Assurance, including knowledge management of portfolio data and evidence. Evidence building KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATION: 2 – 3 yrs of experience in developmental sector and having exposed to research, analysis and documentation SPSS/ EPI Info/Kobocollect/ODK data management or any other similar software DME experience in the fields of Livelihood, Child Protection, Gender, Education/ youth development and/or other related experiences. A degree in a field related to Statistics/Mathematics, project management, Research, Social or Political Science, Development Studies, International relation, public administration, Communication, Public Health, Economics, Home economics/science, Gender, Child Protection or similar fields of education related to development. Data collection methodology Data base management – (Kobocollect/ODK others) Working knowledge in Microsoft office and basic data analysis Report writing ability and understand donor compliances. Good documentation and communication skills Good Analytical and logical thinking Training & presentation skills Networking skills Team planning Coordination skills Sound knowledge on developmental concepts. Knowledge in proposal writing and monitoring tools. Good spoken and written English Minimum 5 days per month in target communities Facilitate DME and planning in program area Based in Makira Area Program Office, with working assets (laptop, tablets for data collection, and workstation supplied) Applicant Types Accepted: Local Applicants Only Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so. As a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation, our focus is on helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith. Learn more about our work at wvi.org. Our organisational culture reflects a "Partnership" of World Vision offices in 100 countries and 33,000+ staff working towards one vision: life in its fullness for every child. A career with World Vision is a God-given calling, and we believe that every staff member has been brought to World Vision for God’s purposes. Whether working from home, in an office, or with children and community members, we celebrate and embrace each staff member’s diverse background and talents – knowing that together, we can make a difference. Together, #WeAreWorldVision. Learn more about our culture. Our people are our greatest asset. Each staff member brings their unique experience and God-given talents to the organisation – and in return World Vision provides employees a competitive "Total Rewards" package tailored to the context in which they work. Learn more about benefits. Have questions about applying to a job with World Vision? See our Frequently Asked Questions
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