Duties and ResponsibilitiesLead development and implementation of MERL frameworks, indicators, protocols and tools for all projects for efficient and effective tracking of programme progress and results. Manage MERL database that captures all data and indicators for programme and projects. Coordinate projects surveys and studies. Lead programme team on development and review of annual work plans and targets Coordinate the programme teams and finance to ensure effective and quality implementation of all programme activities. Ensure quarterly assessment of programme by conducting field monitoring, data audits and supervision. Routinely perform quality assurance checks of M&E work, undertaking and overseeing that planned M&E activities are conducted timely and on budget. Lead quarterly programme review workshops with programme staff and senior leadership. Lead the reviews and reflections processes across the programme in coordination with Programme Director. Analyze data collected to inform programming and decision making and promote sharing of lessons learned from programme M&E to improve future programme selection, design and implementation as well as enhance programme innovation and scale. Coordinate production of high-quality M&E reports for donors and ensure reporting deadlines are met and communication of relevant notifications to program leads for timely reporting. Proactively track documents due and completed and provide targeted support to staff in cases where deadlines are not going to be met. Ensure data and analysis are accurate and prepared for quarterly communications products and all organizational reports. Support Programme team and AKF in continuously assessing the impact of the programme on children, families, schools and communities. Manage day to day information requests from country, regional, and international MERL units and other departments. Conduct participatory needs assessments on MERL for programme staff and coordinate and or conduct capacity development workshops for all programme staff.
The requirementsA bachelorâs degree in a relevant discipline, such as Education, Social Sciences, International Development, or IT from a recognized University. Minimum of 3 years practical experience in implementing M&E systems in the Education context (Early Childhood Development will be an added advantage) and or development context. Experience in planning and implementation of M&E systems Experience with database management, data collection approaches information analysis, and reporting Experience with results-based management and associated tools, Experience with building capacity and/or mentoring others to strengthen their M&E skills. Experience in virtual engagements including online data collection methods including the use of the Kobo Collect application, and tools Excellent written and oral communication skills in English (and Kiswahili is an added advantage) Excellent computer skills including expertise with Excel; ACCESS, EPI â INFO Highly organized, self-driven, and able to meet strict reporting deadlines. Good analytical and problem-solving skills. Demonstrate openness to change and able to simultaneously manage multiple tasks
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