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Monitoring and Learning Officer Job in Kenya

Position: Monitoring and Learning Officer

CWS is a non-profit, humanitarian organization representing 37 Anglican, Orthodox, and Protestant Churches in the USA.

In Africa, CWS applies an asset-based and community centered approach to community development through provision of water, food security, advocacy of schools as safe zones, youth empowerment, emergency response, and disaster mitigation with an emphasis of promoting resilient communities.

CWS is looking for a committed and dedicated individual who will support the implementation of the monitoring and evaluation system of CWS Programs with an emphasis of understanding and promoting an environment of learning.

Key Tasks:

  • Design and/or fine-tune existing program monitoring tools and databases for the various programs.
  • Document and analyze the effects of change and impact within the program area.
  • Determine the multiplier effects of the programs within the community towards ensuring community resilience.
  • Assist Program Coordinators in the collection and correlation of data collection and analysis.
  • Ensure that analyzed data is used to inform program management and learning.
  • Assist Partners in building capacity to improve efficiency and effectiveness of program data gathering and analysis.
  • Design innovative monitoring and learning reporting frameworks for clear understanding of program impact, change, and multiplier effect to all stakeholders.
  • Initiate and undertake periodic program evaluations.
Professional Qualifications:
  • University degree holder preferably with emphasis in social sciences.
  • Working knowledge of SPSS program
  • In depth experience in project monitoring and evaluation with a good understanding of program management.
  • Understanding of the outcome mapping monitoring process added advantage.
  • Good analysis and report writing skills enhanced by strong communication skills.
  • Able to manage a diverse workload with competing priorities
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team member in a multi-cultural environment.
All interested parties should submit their application and CV detailing your experience including telephone contact and at least 2 referees to 


or mail to

Church World Service, Regional Office,
PO Box 14176-00800,

All interested applications must be received before October 7, 2011.

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