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Monitoring and Evaluation Officer WEE & SL
Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E)
Service Contract (SC) ( First Shift (Day) )
Master’s degree in Public administration/policy, Business administration, economics, programme evaluation, management information systems or a closely related field.
5 Years(Minimum 5 years of relevant experience)
UN Women Pakistan aims at recruiting a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for its WEE & SL unit who will work under the supervision and guidance of Portfolio Manager WEE & SL. Based on the envisaged outputs/outcomes, the incumbent of this position will design and institutionalize participatory M&E systems for the Programme, undertake monitoring and quality assessment of programme activities in close coordination with provincial teams, and will also support external midterm reviews and final evaluations. M&E Officer will work closely with the Communications and Project/Programme Officer, to supply with the substantive project/programme progress related information, for communications, visibility and reporting purposes. The M&E Officer will play distinct role in providing pertinent data to the WEE&SL unit for results-based reporting.
- The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be responsible for carrying out the following functions;
- To assume the monitoring management of the Programme – plan, initiate and manage monitoring activities - in accordance with UNW rules, policies and procedures
- Coordination of the monitoring of the Programme with the UNW Country Offices, Ministries and other partner organizations;
- Responsible for the coordination with finance, programme and procurement staff
- Substantive monitoring and evaluation of the Programme, identification of operational and financial problems, development of solutions;
- Monitoring the Programme and activity results against those planned, together with the cost of achieving those results;
- Working with the finance, programme and procurement staff to implement the M&E Plan as approved
- Ensure that the programme management module in ATLAS is updated on a quarterly basis in coordination with UNW COs the programme staff;
- Design and implement monitoring and evaluation framework/strategy/system based on Logical Framework Analysis (LFA) of the projects/programme to assess timely and quality implementation of activities to achieve results (outputs, outcomes and impacts), including work plan, targets and indicators.
- Review, adopt, test and modify existing/available monitoring tools, techniques and methods to suit the specific needs of the Projects/Programme.
- Facilitate baseline studies for benchmarks and assessing progress and achievements.
- Take lead and facilitate in establishing data collection procedures and databases and make such data available to WEE&SL unit for periodic results-based reporting.
- Provide support to Portfolio Manager WEE&SL in planning, reporting and documenting experiences and lessons learnt; and guidance to provincial teams in data collection and reporting; as well as in assessment of results and quality of activities.
- Keep track of all ongoing/completed/planned project activities to ensure consistency with project implementation timelines.
- Facilitate annual and periodic implementation review and assessment exercises.
- Develop quarterly and annual monitoring work plans and travel plans for monitoring and evaluation purposes with input from PM WEE&SL and provincial teams.
- Keep up to date of new methods and techniques with regards to M&E systems for ensuring efficiency and fostering and promoting innovation and ready decision making.
- Develop performance indicators to be included in the monitoring system for Projects/Programme activities and annual reviews.
- Develop briefs/special reports as and when required.
- Prepare and implement training plans for enhancing M&E capacities of the national and provincial teams and UN Women IPs.
- Document and disseminate the lessons learnt and best practices for sharing with UN Women CO and disseminate to the national and provincial line agencies and NGOs as and when required.
- Any other related tasks assigned by the PM WEE &SL or Deputy Country representative.
- Master’s degree in Public administration/policy, Business administration, economics, programme evaluation, management information systems or a closely related field.
- Minimum 5 years of relevant experience at the national or international level.
- Experience in international or donor organizations will be an asset.
- Demonstrated ability to advance innovation and continuous improvement, in professional area of expertise.
- Experience in developing participatory M&E systems and analysing data, using statistical software, would be an asset.
- Proven ICT skills, especially in the development of MIS software, using database software.
- Good organizational management and technical skills with track record of implementation and monitoring of community-based projects.
- Excellent English drafting ability and documentation skills.
- Knowledge of ATLAS system will be considered an asset
- Demonstrates integrity by modeling the UN’s values and ethical standards;
- Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UNDP;
- Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability.
HEC Attested degrees are a prerequisite for employment at UN. During the recruitment process candidates may be required to present HEC attested degrees.
Foreign Qualified Candidates: Foreign degree holders shall be required to (i) Present a verification/certification letter from the university verifying the degree & student enrollment, or (ii) Foreign degree Equivalence Letter from HEC.
UN provides the Equal Opportunity for all equally qualified male & female including the physically challenged candidates.