Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist
Forcier Consulting is currently recruiting a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist for an anticipated UNOPS project in South Sudan.
Candidates for this position should be senior-level professionals with a proven track record of successfully designing and overseeing implementation of monitoring and evaluation work in South Sudan. The Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will be responsible for providing a range of technical assistance to the project development and planning, as well as working alongside the Team Leader to identify and overcome challenges in implementation. This individual will be integral to M&E trainings, workshops and other learning conversations.
- Support incorporation of technical, contextual, and experiential learning into the program cycle processes
- Provide expert advice to staff, partners, and stakeholders
- Develop and deliver written materials and briefings on findings, recommendations, methods, tools and approaches during M&E activities
- Work to identify key priorities and plan and develop relevant activities
- Develop and conduct trainings, workshops, facilitated learning conversations and other capacity building opportunities
- Other duties as assigned
- Master’s Degree in Management, Development Management, Development Studies, Monitoring and Evaluation, Statistics, Development Economics, Social Sciences, International Relations, Organisational Development, or Public Administration or Management or equivalent is required.
- Experience in designing and executing similar, analyzing data or similar survey findings.
- Strong knowledge of statistical analysis and ability to use statistical programs
- Strong background in quantitative and qualitative monitoring and spot check surveys.
- 7 years’ experience in programme and project evaluation techniques and participating in evaluation missions
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