Reporting to the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Specialist, the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring the MEAL tools to execute the process monitoring of the projects and facilitate the processing of sensitive EiE, CPiE, and SRH relevant data in a timely and accurate manner while providing regular trend analysis in line with Data Sharing Protocols and confidentiality. S/he is responsible to build the capacity of partners staff members on process monitoring, accountability and learning harvesting and introducing feedback mechanism with the participation of natural leaders and community groups. The incumbent will also be responsible for preparing periodical narrative and formative reports, sectoral and consortium reports. Coordinating to conduct baseline, mid-term & evaluation studies; and organizing workshops for capacity building and packaging learning from the assigned projects.
Monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) frameworks of projects are implemented at project level that allow capturing and dissemination of high-quality evidence on project progress for internal learning and external reporting as well as beneficiary accountability.
Indicators for success:
Works with M&E Specialist for developing M&E matrix and tools and establishes technical standards of implementation in consultation with relevant Project Managers and specialist.
Update Output tracking sheets, tools for measuring the progress towards outcome for all activities of projects, validates data received from the field staff and measures progress of the planned outputs.
Collect information from the projects/programmes and collaborates thorough for the monthly progress reporting and quarterly output monitoring
Supports Project Manager for developing monitoring plans and capturing quantitative and qualitative data.
Projects/Programme including Partners has a functional M&E system and conducts quality assessments to determine the validity, reliability, and integrity of performance data gathered to monitor programme performance.
Indicators for success:
Ensure effective and quality implementation of M&E tools, validating data visiting to the field, capturing learning and reporting findings to the respective managers and M&E Specialist.
Verify outputs and outcome data received from the field to validate achievements.
Conducts systematic regular follow-ups in communities, schools and households’ level to check the results both at output and outcome level.
Engages community and other stakeholders in monitoring and collects their reflections about the outcomes of the projects.
Support fieldwork of the Baseline Study, Mid-term and End line evaluation of the projects by assisting the consultant and BCO team.
Ensure that the Project and their Partners has a computerized database including possible for managing and analyzing M&E information that projects/programme can use their regular management decisions and further programme quality improvement
Provide technical support to roll out feedback mechanism, learning harvesting and support regarding project specific report
Indicators for success
Develop and establish accountability and feedback mechanism for each project through adopting Child Friendly Feedback Mechanism (CFFM) guidelines and inter-agency tools and take necessary initiatives to enhance capacity and Flow Chart and reporting protocol in collaboration with the respective programme managers, project managers and the respective staff.
Participate in different project meetings to get key information about experiences and work with other agencies where appropriate.
Develops and maintains an effective mechanism for quarterly learning harvesting through existing learning harvesting mechanism.
Information support to prepare monthly/quarterly/annual monitoring report for the program team and for the donors.
Compiles Monthly Project Implementation Report and compile Country Quarterly, Annual and project completion Reports for the projects.
Ensures that Plan International’s global policies for Safeguarding Children and Young People and Gender Equality and Inclusion are fully embedded in accordance with the principles and requirements of the policy including relevant Implementation Standards and Guidelines as applicable to their area of responsibility. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring staff and associates are aware of and understand their responsibilities under these policies and Plan International’s Code of Conduct (CoC), their relevance to their area of work, and that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with the appropriate procedures.
We are looking for a MEAL practitioner having at least a postgraduate degree, preferably in Sociology, Anthropology, Economics, Development Studies, Statistics, or another relevant field with 2-3 years’ experience to work in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning, Research or Knowledge Management field at national or international development organizations.
2 to 3 year(s)
S/he should have good knowledge and skills in monitoring and research approaches, methodologies and tools and the ability to coordinate MEAL functions of multiple projects in critical context with minimum supervision. S/he should be competent in designing and conducting qualitative and quantitative data collection with little support and skilled in using data collection and analysis software like Kobo Tool Box, MS Excel, SPSS, etc. Having good communication skill and the ability to present findings, learning and best practices internally and externally s/he should be ability to coordinate studies done by external consultants. S/he must be willing to provide 60% of time for field visit.
Cox’s Bazar (Teknaf)
Salary Package for this role is BDT. 77,220 fixed monthly Cost to the company. Along with other benefits i.e., hospitalization benefit for spouse and children, contributory provident fund, Festival Bonus, leave, group insurance and yearly medical check-up for employee.
We are looking for a MEAL practitioner having at least a postgraduate degree, preferably in Sociology, Anthropology, Economics, Development Studies, Statistics, or another relevant field with 2-3 years' experience to work in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning, Research or Knowledge Management field at national or international development organizations.
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