M&E Officer – Mahibere Hiwot for Social Development (MSD)

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Mahibere Hiwot for Social Development (MSD)

Mahibere Hiwot for Social Development (MSD) is an indigenous, non-for profit, volunteer based organization.


Creating healthy and productive society in collaboration with development actors to eradicate poverty through HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support to Orphans & Vulnerable Children and People Living with HIV/AIDS, providing reproductive health services, facilitating socio-economic development, ensuring environmental sustainability and capacity building of stakeholders and partner organizations.

Mahibere Hiwot for Social Development (MSD) is a non-governmental and non-profit making organization founded in October 1999. Since its establishment, MSD has been implementing different programs in collaboration with partners on providing broad range of HIV prevention, care and treatment services and Sexual and Reproductive health (SRH), Migration & Trafficking, Good Governance, Education and Child Development in different parts of the country.

MSD is a child safe organization and all successful applicants will be required to sign the Safeguarding Code of Conduct. The safety and wellbeing of children and at-risk adults are priorities of MSD. The organization provides a safe environment in all its programs and activities. It has strong recruitment procedures to make sure the safest and most suitable people work with the children in its programmes.

 MSD is looking for qualified and competent applicants for the following position:

Job Summary

The SA M&E officer shall be stationed in one of the aforementioned sites where the project is operating. S/he is responsible for overall monitoring, data collection, knowledge management and support to evaluation in the SA project and its intervention woredas. 

Main tasks of the M&E officer:

  • Support the PC in activity planning and budget forecasting – so that every team member (as well as the contract partners) understands the project activities and results indicators, and how to monitor these;
  • Provide technical and coaching support to all the WSAEs in the project (including those employed by partners) so that they develop M&E skills such as work planning for results, timely and regular data collection and mobile data uploading, and quarterly reporting;
  • Plan own activities in coordination with the PC and the GSIE, including joint monitoring and technical support trips as per needs of the WSAE;
  • Ensure timely and regular completion of M&E data forms by WSAEs s (e.g. essential SA meeting SAC membership etc.) and provide him/her with data generated to facilitate woreda level monitoring of the SA process;
  • Document interesting practice lessons and results and disseminate these lessons within the cluster and to another stake-holders;
  • During project team meetings, share M&E data to improve implementation performance;
  • Ensure, in collaboration with the WSAE, that key project events and documents (e.g. JAPs) are properly documented and stored in woreda office, IP office and MA; 
  • Ensure that progress of program implementation against indicators is documented and that activities are on track, according to action plan;
  • Contribute to writing of quarterly narrative reports:
  • Provide training to WSAEs and enumerators on data collection and survey completion;
  • Ensure WSAEs and enumerators generate complete and quality-checked survey questionnaires in accordance with the MA CRC guidance and standards;
  • Together with other M&E officers and the MA, prepare ESAP grantee participation in the regional FTA-SA partnership meetings for sector responsiveness, policy dialogue, and SA systems development – debrief the project team on follow-up activities;
  • Participate in and provide input to learning and capacity development events organized by the MA with the federal/regional governments and relevant sector ministries/ bureaus – actively share learning with the project team, and roll-out agreed M&E actions to the project team;
  • Upon request of the project coordinator, organize and participate in monitoring visits planned by ESAP3 MA and/or as requested by government or development partners;
  • Upon request of the project coordinator, support ESAP3 baseline and end-line activities and other research activities as appropriate.

 Reports to:  SA Project coordinator 

Term of Employment: Contract

Sex: Female/Male

Staff required: 4 (Gondar, Woldia, Dessie and Debreberhan)  

Minimum qualifications and skills:

  • BA in social science, statistics, economics or equivalent
  • Three years M&E experience in complex project
  • Strong analytical skills – Excel proficiency
  • Proven documentation and English writing skills
  • Good network with other M&E experts
  • Willingness to be based in project area
  • Experience with mobile data collection is a plus

As per the organization’s scale


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