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Monitoring and Evaluation Expert Job Vacancy

Save the Children is the world's largest independent children’s organization, making immediate and longlasting improvements to children's lives in over 120 countries worldwide. 

Save the Children is made up of 27 member organisations across the globe. 

Through Unified Presence, Save the Children aims to create a stronger voice for children by unifying the operations in all countries where more than one Save the Children Member organizations operates. 

This will result in one organisation at the national level in each country and a unified programme delivery structure for all Save the Children Alliance Members.

Save the Children has a long history of working in partnership in Somalia and it is one of the leading INGO's working in Somalia for the rights of children. 

Save the Children has a unified presence in Somalia and Somaliland since January 2010 and is working in the thematic areas of education (including skills training for youth), health, protection and emergency responses. 

Save the children has an operation in Somaliland, Puntland and South Central Somalia. Due to constraints on security, and the need to liaise with UN agencies, other NGOs and donors the country office is based in Nairobi and senior managers and directors are expected to travel extensively to monitor and support programme work in all parts of Somalia that are accessible and where security threats are being effectively mitigated.

The Emergency Monitoring and Evaluation Expert will ensure that all emergency projects are continually monitored; lessons are documented and communicated to inform ongoing implementation and future programming. 

Guiding project and thematic programme teams to achieve effective monitoring, evaluation, impact assessment, review, and reporting child focused outcomes of their work. 

S/he will guide, advice, and support building of the capacities of field teams in these areas in order to achieve outcome/impact focused projects and programmes in line with SC and donor policies and practices. 

S/he will establish and maintain a central and systematic information management system whereby relevant project information, data and lessons of programs are accessible for use as required.

You will need master degree in development management, project planning and management or related fields. 

At least 5 years of experience in designing, monitoring and evaluating projects or programs in
INGO setting, trained in application of computerized M&E data/information management with
demonstrated experience of its application. 

Proven skills and experience in developing and applying participatory M&E management systems/tools and conducting of action oriented researches and studies

For additional information on the job description, working context, person’s specifications, please visit:

Our selection processes reflect our commitment to the protection of children from abuse. 

Our people are as diverse as the challenges we face.

Applications should be forwarded to:

Application Closing Date: Sunday 5th Feb 2012, 12:00 mid night

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