Monitoring & Evaluation Recruitment Opportunities X 3 Positions

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30 Oct, 2014

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Government Jobs in South Africa


Monitoring & Evaluation
SALARY : (Salary level 12) an inclusive remuneration package commencing at R630 822
per annum, comprising basic salary (70/76% of package), contribution to the
Government Employee Pension Fund (15% of basic salary) and a flexible portion
CENTRE : Pretoria


REQUIREMENTS : B Degree or equivalent in a Monitoring and Evaluation related field and vast
experience in the designing and implementing of qualitative and quantitative
M&E instruments, analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, monitoring and
evaluation of organisational performance, compilation of evaluation reports as
well as the quality assurance of M&E reports. Experience in the management of
Human and Financial resources and advanced experience in the MS Office
Suite. Knowledge: Requires considerable specialist theoretical and applied
knowledge in M&E; strong analytical techniques and demonstrated ability to
present analytical findings to lay audiences, good knowledge of statistics;
knowledge and experience in selecting and/or defining indicators, data collection
methods and reporting formats; familiarity with the Government wide M&E policy,
the National Evaluation Policy, the NDP and the PFMA. Competencies & skills:
Strategic thinking and problem-solving skills, analytical skills in identifying and
evaluating best practices; exceptional written, organisational and verbal
communication skills; strong interpersonal skills; presentation and facilitation
skills; project management skills; innovative thinking and the ability to work under
pressure and with group dynamics. Personal attributes: Strong work ethic,
honest, trustworthy, responsible, professional, systematic, confident, diplomatic
and assertive.


DUTIES : To undertake the monitoring and evaluation of training interventions, workshops
and conferences offered and organised by the NSG. This entails the planning
and implementation of the monitoring of the NSG training interventions which
includes the capturing of all data relating to monitoring and evaluation activities;
the generation of reports on the data being captured, feedback provided to
management on any inconsistencies identified during the monitoring process and
the quality assurance of monitoring reports generated by the Training
Management System. Plan and implement the evaluation of the NSG training
interventions by designing instruments and project plans for the evaluation of
projects and programmes, conduct onsite evaluations of the NSG training
interventions, undertake application of learning studies of programmes, compile
evaluation reports and provide feedback in respect of findings to all stakeholders.
Provide M&E related services to internal and external stakeholders and ensure

that relationships with stakeholders are maintained. Support and improve M&E
processes within the NSG; provide strategic input at M&E related discussion
forums, task teams, seminars and workshops. Manage human resources in the
M&E sub-directorate. The successful candidates must be prepared to travel
ENQUIRIES : Dr A Moore, (012) 441-6072


APPLICATIONS : Principal: National School of Government, Private Bag X759, Pretoria, 0001

FOR ATTENTION : Mr M Mugodo, HR Department, National School of Government by hand at ZK
Matthews Building, 70 Meintjes Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria. E-mailed and faxed
applications will not be accepted. Enquiries: In connection with the applications
kindly contact Mr Mpho Mugodo, (012) 441-6017 and in connection with the post
the relevant Senior Manager as indicated below each position.

CLOSING DATE : 07 November 2014 @ 16h00

NOTE : Applications must consist of: A fully completed and signed Z83 form; a recent
comprehensive CV; contactable referees (telephone numbers and email
addresses must be indicated); certified copies of ID document and educational
qualifications. The relevant reference number must be quoted on the application.
Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the
South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). All non-SA citizens must attach a
certified copy of proof of permanent residence in South Africa. All short-listed
candidates may be required to undertake a competence assessment exercise
and be subjected to security and qualifications vetting. The National School of
Government reserves the right not to make an appointment. Correspondence will
be limited to shortlisted candidates only.

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