Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist Job in Kenya - Ministry of Tourism

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Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist Job in Kenya - Ministry of Tourism

ADVERT NO. 3/2023 – ONE (1) POST

The Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage is implementing the program on Combating Poaching and Illegal Wildlife Trafficking (IWT) in Kenya that is financed through United Nations Development Program (UNDP) by the Global Environment Fund (GEF).

Applications are invited from suitable qualified persons for the post of Project Finance/ Accountant Officer, Landscape Officer and Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist for the Project Steering Committee on Combating Poaching and illegal Wildlife Trafficking in Kenya through an Integrated Approach (IWT) in the State Department for Wildlife

Post:- Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist

Terms of Service- One (1) Year Contract

The remuneration attached to this position will be a gross taxable monthly salary of Ksh. 200,000 payables as follows:

Monthly Basic Salary:      – Ksh. 150,000

Monthly Allowances   – Ksh. 50,000

The Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will report to and work under the guidance and supervision of the Technical Project Manager/Coordinator.

Duties and responsibilities

Assist the Technical Coordinator in day-to-day management and oversight of project activities; conduct continuous M&E and report on quarterly basis on the progress of the project; assist the Technical Coordinator in matters related to M&E and knowledge resources management; ensure all project documentation (progress reports, consulting and other technical reports, minutes of meetings, etc.); conduct a comprehensive end-of-project evaluation and report to the project management.


The successful candidate must meet the following requirements: –

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Statistics, Project Management, Economics or related social science;
  • Excellent knowledge of monitoring and evaluation;
  • At least three (3) years of work experience, preferably in a project involving biodiversity conservation, natural resource management and/or sustainable Previous experience with UN project will be a definite asset.

How to Apply

All Interested and qualified persons should fill in the PSC2 form and send to:

Principal Secretary,

Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage, State Department for Wildlife,

P.O. Box 41394-00100,



Hand delivered to National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Building, 21st Floor Main Registry


Email a scanned copy of duly filled PSC2 form

NOTE: Female candidates and Persons Living with Disabilities (PLWD’s) are encouraged to apply.

The PSC2 forms can be downloaded from the Public Service Commission. Website:

The applications should be received on or before 19th May, 2023 at 1600hrs.

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