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Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants for the 2017 Marie Stopes International Ghana (MSIG) Recruitment for Monitoring And Evaluation Officer. Interested applicant ought to follow the details and procedures on this page to secure this opportunity.
Marie Stopes International Ghana (MSIG) has vacancies for well-organised, client-oriented and energetic individuals with relevant qualification/s and experience to occupy Monitoring and Evaluation
Officer position in the organisation. MSIG’s goal is to meet the needs of the underserved and improve access to the use of Family Planning (FP) and other Sexual Reproductive Health and Right (SRHR) services. MSIG is part of Marie Stopes International’s global partnership, which operates in over 37 countries worldwide.
Job Title: Monitoring And Evaluation Officer
Length of contract: Two (2) years contract
The Monitoring & Evaluation Officer is responsible for obtaining all data from our services delivery channels (Social franchise and Outreach sites), as stipulated in the Monitoring & Evaluation plan.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will report to the Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Support the review of existing M&E and management information systems of implementing partners and MSIG to identify support areas.
Collect and analyse data and prepare consolidated progress reports for internal stake holders and implementing partners.
Work with partner M&E staff, MSIG staff and implementing partners to carry out effective monitoring of project activities
Coordinate and conduct data quality checks and assistance
Provide monitoring oversight to all the project components, managing and accounting for team expense
Build relations with key staff and project donors.
Collect data to ensure high-quality results are received to aid learning and donor reporting
Harmonize data collection, indicators, and reporting between MOH, implementing partners and MSIG .
Ensure that data privacy, security and backup protocols are implemented in the field through the relevant individual/teams
Support research and innovations that might present research opportunities for MSIG
Maintain an updated database of key GHS persons and other partners
Regularly provide project updates to Health management teams at the regions and districts
Any other duties that may come up
Required Skills or Experience
First Degree in Statistics, Mathematics or Economics
Other professional qualifications, ideally report writing.
At least two (2) years of relevant work experience post national service
Facilitate training for team members and stakeholders
Strong presentation skills
Demonstrated experience in designing, implementing, analysing and writing-up high quality research;
Research, project management and INGO experience;
Demonstrated capabilities of producing results when working with individuals from a range of cultures with varying levels of expertise;
Demonstrated experience of actively collaborating with both internal and external stake holders
IT literate – competence with MS Office, Excel and SPSS (preferred) or STATA
Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills
Excellent written, presentation and verbal communication skills
Passionate about fieldwork and proven ability to train others
Sympathetic to women and men seeking Family Planning and Reproductive Health services
Able to work on own initiative and motivate others to achieve results
Customer focused with good interpersonal skills to engage with people at all levels -government, donor and community
Team Player and Motivates team members to deliver high-quality service and results
How to Apply
This is a local position. Interested non-Ghanaians must, therefore, have the necessary legal permits required to work in
Interested non-Ghanaians must, therefore, have the necessary legal permits required to work in Ghana.
Please label application and email with the exact job title and location if indicated.
Please take note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Females are strongly encouraged to apply
Interested and qualified applicants should send their applications addressed to:
Director – Human Resource, Organisation and Admin Marie Stopes Int. Ghana PMB 267, Accra
Or by email through: email@example.com
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