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The Somalia NGO Consortium   |   Nairobi, Kenya   |   Log in or register to see the closing date

Program Officer, Monitoring and Evaluation/Quality Assurance

  • Diploma, Associate's degree
  • Project, program management
  • Expert (non-managerial)
  • Full Time
  • Permanent

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Job Summary

The Program Officer, Monitoring, Evaluation and Quality Assurance (MEAQA) is responsible for leading the development and implementation of a plan to monitor progress, evaluate
effectiveness, and disseminate results of the project activities and innovations. The MEAQA
program officer has primary responsibility for identifying M&E needs; designing and
maintaining data collection systems; and for ensuring that all necessary information from both
routine reporting, as well as from ad hoc data collection efforts and special studies, is collected,
analyzed and used in guiding internal project planning and in informing external partners about
project activities and accomplishments. The MEAQA Program Officer conducts all appropriate
analyses, including the use of complementary data sets and secondary analysis, and fully
documents activities and accomplishments in the form of reports, publications, and
S/he works closely with the Director of Programs, Fund Raising and Donor Compliance
manager and the field based Program managers to provide the necessary support for accurate
data collection, analysis, dissemination, and to develop and maintain a system that helps them
to: 1) Collect accurate and complete information about their projects in as simple a manner as
possible; 2) better understand the value and meaning of the data they collect; 3) analyze and
apply their results in a day-to-day activities; 4) track their progress; 5) and, compare the quality
and volume of their services with others for continued quality improvement. The holder position
will also be actively participating in the project design and development.

To apply, please, submit a cover letter and CV to and copy to by March 30th, 20


Monitoring & Evaluation

• Manage an M&E system that will generate timely information and feedback to project
• Review monthly, quarterly and other narrative progress reports.
• Develop guidelines and standard templates for effective and efficient reporting
• Conduct field visits for data validation, especially in the context of assessing project
• Review and ensure timely data entry into database and retrieval for analysis and
compilation for quarterly and annual reporting and dissemination to Donors and other
• Monitor achievement of project indicators and targets and evaluate progress against
those targets.
• Prepare the Monitoring and Evaluation plan
• Define indicators and set measurable targets
• Develop result based guidelines and comply with different donors
• Define the most appropriate methodology per activity (or deliverables) of the project
• Define the ToRof different evaluations and assessments
• Provide feedback to new proposal based on lessons learned
• Update/create tools as needed
• Plan the process that will allow to monitor and supervise the project implementation and
• Prepare, review and present the M&E reports for the partner and other stakeholders
when needed
• Take on the data collection and organization as well as all eld activities related to M&E
• Support the project focal point for M&E (if any) to ensure results
Develop Quality Assurance System of existing and future projects for the organization by:
• Prepare the Quality Management Plan and weekly meeting agenda
• Develop the Quality Management Strategy
• Review monitoring and evaluation policy
• Research and apply the required quality standards
• Prepare the milestone plan per project and identify the responsibilities towards each
• Develop the necessary tools, templates and checklists
• Identify the required submittal and the time frame for submittal
• Identify the appropriate techniques to be employed as necessary
• Define the ToR of the necessary tools
• Develop necessary tools
• Capture lessons learned and best practices, documentation and dissemination of
• Monitor the quality and completeness of service data for documenting project
performance and solving data issues if and when they arise.
• Organize and facilitate staff development training on areas of result based project
management, Monitoring evaluation and data collection and analysis etc.
• Represent NAPAD at stakeholders meeting including government and other
• Additional tasks assigned by the Director of Programs, Fundraising Donor
Compliance Manager orExecutive Director.

General Information

Salary rangeNot specified
Additional informationNot specified
Contract type: Permanent
Job type: Full Time
Location: Nairobi
Area of work: Project, program management
Seniority: Expert (non-managerial)

Job Requirements

Required education: Diploma, Associate's degree
Required relevant work experience: 5 years
Required skills: Training delivery; Reporting; Quality management; Project monitoring and evaluation (M&E); Project implementation; Project management; Project preparation and planning; Data analysis; Data collection
Required languages: English (Spoken: fluent | Written: fluent)

The Somalia NGO Consortium

Non-profit, social workCompany size: 100-500 people

The Somalia NGO Consortium is a voluntary coordination mechanism of NGOs for NGOs: given the highly insecure environment, the complexity of the operating environment and the large numbers of agencies working in Somalia, a coordinated voice is critical to successfully conduct development and humanitarian aid in Somalia. The Somalia NGO Consortium was established in 1999 and has since grown to become an effective network of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) working together to improve international aid coordination and raise the presence and profile of NGO representation within the aid coordination structure for Somalia. The NGO Consortium maintains its presence through its offices in Hargeisa, Garowe, Mogadishu and Nairobi. The reach of our services greatly extends beyond the immediate membership. We also work closely with INSO Somalia (formerly NSP and SPAS) in providing support to International and National NGOs so as to facilitate their safe and secure operations in Somalia / Somaliland.