Posted on :
27 Aug, 2020
27 Aug, 2020
NACOSA is a network of over 1,900 civil society organisations working to turn the tide on HIV, AIDS and TB in Southern Africa. NACOSA promotes dialogue, builds capacity with accredited training, mentoring and technical assistance and channels resources to support service delivery on the ground, particularly among key populations, vulnerable children and women and girls. As a community of learning, as well as a large grant-maker, NACOSA is a rewarding environment for people who want to make a difference in the HIV, AIDS and TB response.
Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist
Location: Century City, Western Cape, South Africa
Reference: # 2020025
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Market Related
The DREAMS Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist is a permanent position to develop and implement monitoring and evaluation strategies, systems and tools that will ensure accurate and timely GBV prevention programme data.
The key performance areas of the role are:
•Develop, implement and manage robust M&E systems and frameworks for the GBV prevention programming and implementing partners. Including, but not limited to, M&E frameworks, data management systems, data flows, data collection systems, quality assurance and reporting.
•Management and oversight of the collection, capturing, analysis & reporting of programmatic data by NACOSA implementing partners.
•Conduct M&E visits to implementing partners to provide M&E related orientation, training and mentorship for NACOSA implementing partners and programme staff.
•Conduct offsite and onsite data verification of NACOSA implementing partners.
•Data management including maintenance and interrogation of data using a data management system.
•Create or refine and enforce programme-wide M&E protocols, including manuals and reference guides, for proper implementation of the M&E system, frameworks and related functions.
•Design, project manage and provide technical input for external programme evaluations and other research studies.
•Assist with all other strategic information related to programmatic activities which involves data collection and analysis and enhanced data use to inform programme improvements.
Qualifications and experience:
•Post Graduate degree or equivalent in Monitoring and Evaluation/Research/Public Health or related discipline
•Minimum of 5 years’ experience developing monitoring and evaluation systems for programmes in the health and/or social development sectors. HIV/AIDS, OVC, or GBV prevention programme experience preferred
•Experience with bilateral and multilateral donor M&E reporting requirements. USAID experience preferred
•Demonstrated understanding in the design, development, use and improvement of data management systems
•Strong skills in data review, interrogation and interpretation
•Ability to use data to suggest programmatic improvements or adaptions to programming
•Experience managing, consolidating, analysing and reporting on large national datasets
•Experience in monitoring and promoting data quality
•Experience in capacity development of field staff in M&E
•Demonstrated capacity to lead workshops, trainings, and strategic planning sessions
Skills and attributes:
•Strong computer skills with work experience using data management systems and MS Office (in particular MS Excel and MS Access)
•Strong analytical skills with the ability to identify data quality issues and synthesis data efficiently and effectively
•Attention to detail, ensuring accuracy and thorough engagement with tasks
•Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced, high stress environment
•Must be a self-starter and able to work independently with little supervision
•Strong planning, time management and project management skills
•Results-oriented, professional, accountable and proactive
•Strong interpersonal communication skills
•Proven ability to work as a team member with multidisciplinary teams
•Valid drivers’ license, own reliable vehicle and willingness to travel extensively within South Africa.
Application Deadline: 13/09/2020