Planning and Evaluation Officer – Evaluation and Reporting

EXPERIENCE: 3+ years
DEPARTMENT: Planning, Learning and Evaluation

Job Description

The PEAL Officer, Evaluation and Reporting supports the RTV’s work through collection of on-going data of Household Income Surveys and Village Progress evaluations. The spot checks provide insights to Project Officers on project progress, risks and issues, and identify additional opportunities to further benefit the community. The PEAL Officer, Evaluation and Reporting is also responsible for Reporting Analysis, Data Management and Performance Analysis, as well as facilitate exchange of information among project stakeholders.

Working with us

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Designing and updating M&E tools for reporting, evaluation, tracking and survey
  • Take lead in digitalizing and programing M/E tools via SurveyCTO, ArcGIS, Access, STATA, EpiInfo, etc.
  • Take lead in designing and managing the RTV Centralized Database
  • Spearheading data quality checks, data control and management
  • In charge of data analysis, programing, designing and Interpretation
  • Carrying out project evaluations (mid-term and end line at respective periods)
  • Designing and updating statistical models to forecast/predict, discover trends, planning and learning
  • Execute statistical analytics to aid learning, planning and research
  • Take lead in ensuring programmatic reports are completed, analyzed, dissemination and stored in the database
  • Coordinate with other staff to optimize the quality and efficiency of monitoring systems.
  • Creating and enforcing policies for effective data management.
  • Other duties as required by your Supervisor/Team Leader and/or Management.

Requirements and Experience

  • University degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Economics or related field
  • Proven experience in Evaluation and reporting of various projects.
  • The ideal candidate should have knowledge of use of statistical packages, e.g. STATA, EPI info, MS Access, SPSS, etc.
  • Post graduate qualification in Monitoring & Evaluation and Project Planning would be an added advantage.
  • In-depth knowledge of Management Information Systems , Monitoring and Evaluation and Development issues
  • Strong competence in mathematics/statistics
  • Good understanding of capacity assessment and community development methodologies
  • Experience in project designs at a community development level
  • Proficient in Microsoft suite, especially Excel, PPT, Access
  • Excellent English oral and written communication skills. Fluency in a local language where Raising The Village works would be considered an added advantage
  • Organizes workload effectively while remaining aware of changing priorities and competing deadlines
  • Accurately completes multiple tasks while taking into consideration special assignments, frequent interruptions, changing priorities and competing deadlines
  • Establishes, builds and maintain effective working relationships with staff and clients to provide support
  • Strong training & facilitation skills.

Application Process

To apply, you must complete and upload your CV and Cover Letter in one PDF document (Please note: a Google account is required).

Applications should be received by October 16th, 2020 to be considered for this post. Candidates will be reviewed on a rolling basis.