Job offer : Monitoring & Evaluation Clerk
Job description : Monitoring & Evaluation Clerk
Reports to : Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Responsible for : N/A
Main Functions : The M&E Clerk will assist the Senior M&E Officer and the M&E Officer in the monitoring and evaluation of PILS and implementing partners’.
- Program Management
Objective: To effectively set up and implement an effective M&E system for interventions implemented by PILS and partners.
- Contribute to the review and updating of the Annual PILS M&E work plan and budget.
- Implement data management processes and procedures within the PILS M&E Unit and provide support to implementing partners to implement data management processes.
- Enter field data for indicators under the responsibility of PILS.
- Set up and maintain a database which tracks performance indicators by compiling data collected from SRs and fieldworkers at PILS through the monitoring system.
- Conduct verification checks to ensure the accuracy of data compiled
- Consolidate data from PILS and other sources
- Follow up on reports to be submitted by partners.
- Follow-up on internal reporting from relevant staff
- Set up and maintain a filing system for reports.
- Assist with data audits.
- Undertake initial analyses of reported data.
- Contribute to the development of tools and resources for use by PILS in an effort to harmonise and create uniformity for overall reporting on HIV interventions.
- Contribute to the timely production of informative materials such as an annual M&E report on projects / grants implemented by PILS including GF grants and other grants.
- Support the implementation of the dissemination plan.
- Compile information on monitoring and evaluation activities that includes reviewing workshop reports, participating in visit de-briefs, and extracting information from quarterly reports and review and re-planning reports.
- Assist in field visits to ensure that programmes are implemented as planned and provide reports including lessons learnt and recommendations.
- Capacity Development
Objective: To ensure the development of M&E capacity of staff within the PILS M&E Unit and implementing partners.
- Assist in undertaking periodic review of monitoring and evaluation needs of all partners involved in the implementation of grants implemented by the PILS.
- Assist in developing and implementing capacity development plans for implementing partners.
- Contribute to monitoring, reviewing and evaluating the progress and impact of capacity building programs.
Objective: To ensure effective coordination of the M&E system of PILS with relevant national M&E systems.
- Assist team to plan and convene biennial and annual review meetings of implementing partners
- Support in the development of informative materials produced by the Unit including annual M&E report on projects / grants implemented by PILS.
Objective: To represent the PILS M&E Unit with a variety of stakeholders.
- Participate, as required, in local and external meetings and other training fora.
- Any other duty as directed by the Senior M&E Officer & by M&E Officer.
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- HSC with Mathematics or Accounts as main subjects and at least 2 years of work experience in data entry and processing field.
- Analytical skills.
- Self-starter with the ability to work effectively in a team as well as independently.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong commitment to HIV/AIDS and health systems strengthening.
- Fluent in French.
- At least 1 year relevant HIV/AIDS experience in the public or civil society sectors at a national level.
- Good understanding of the HIV epidemic in Mauritius.
- Working knowledge of English.
Please send your detailed CV and motivation letter on firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 12th June 2018.
PILS has an anti-discriminatory recruitment policy. This policy is based on skills, experience and profile of candidates, without any regards to their age, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation or HIV status. All competent candidates, including members of the Key Affected Populations, are encouraged to apply. PILS reserves the right not to appoint any person to this position.