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Short Detials:

  • Organization: UNDP
  • Location: Freetown
  • Type: Full Time
  • Job Title: Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting
  • Close on: 13 Mar 2023

About Organization

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a global development agency that works to eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities, and build sustainable development in countries around the world. It was founded in 1965 and operates in more than 170 countries and territories.

The UNDP’s mission is to empower people and communities to achieve their full potential by promoting economic growth, protecting the environment, and advancing democratic governance. The organization works to achieve these goals through partnerships with governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector.

Some of the key areas of focus for the UNDP include poverty reduction, gender equality, climate change, democratic governance, and crisis prevention and recovery. The UNDP also provides technical assistance and capacity-building support to countries in areas such as public administration, fiscal management, and human rights.

Overall, the UNDP plays a vital role in advancing sustainable development goals and promoting a more just and equitable world.

About UN Jobs-Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting Analyst

The general structure for the M&E project “Empowering Youth Bike Riders as Sustainable Agents of Peace in Sierra Leone” is developed by the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting Analyst (i.e. annual project reviews, participatory impact assessments, process monitoring, operations monitoring, lessons learned workshops). This will entail keeping an eye on the project’s performance and measuring its advancement toward the desired goals.

Monitoring of the project results:

  • Create an M&E plan for the project “Empowering adolescent bike riders as sustainable agents of peace in Sierra Leone” to ensure the project is implemented effectively and efficiently and that activities and outputs produce desirable results;
  • Create and maintain project monitoring tools, such as forms, surveys, and check lists;
  • regular field tours to the project locations, and monitoring reports on development;
  • Observe and analyze data in accordance with the project’s results framework, ensuring the triangulation of qualitative, quantitative, and impact level data, and create pertinent reports;
  • Create or update the CR dashboard analytical tool, including a gender gap analysis of the electronic system and improvement suggestions;
  • Keep track of the project’s overall development and performance by gathering relevant, reliable data and other proof of the accomplishment of results;
  • analyze data to increase efficacy and efficiency, managerial decision-making, and programming as needed;
  • support the project manager in creating pertinent reports by taking part in annual project reviews and planning workshops;
  • Create a project-specific issues log and risk log;
  • create and keep a database to monitor the project’s indications and goals;
  • provide feedback and updated data on project progress and outcome for UNDP;
  • Contribute to the creation of the TORs for the project’s baseline, midterm, and final evaluation;
  • Help local and international assessors in carrying out interim and final assessments of the project.

Design and Implement M&E Systems:

  • Create M&E tools, carry out monitoring and evaluation of the project, and make sure that donors and partners receive up-to-date, high-quality reports on a regular basis;
  • synchronize all assessment procedures, both internal and external, including the creation of M&E tools and methodologies;
  • coordinating with the project team to gather data, evaluate it, and assess the level of progress made;
  • Ensure compliance of project deliverables according to the required standards of the donor;
  • Continually monitor project output and outcome level results in close collaboration with the project team;
  • assemble and review monitoring reports, project progress reports, evaluation reports, etc.;
  • Update and keep the project database current.

Report writing:

  • Provide inputs, information and statistics for quarterly, annual and other reports;
  • Assist the Project Manager in the preparation of donor reports;
  • Liaise with the UNDP Country Office relevant teams and provide requested inputs for the corporate strategic reports;
  • Support the development of project annual reporting (PIR), Country Office annual report and review reports from Implementing Partners and any other relevant stakeholder;
  • Work closely with the project team to ensure that lessons learned from project evaluations are documented properly;
  • Develop and maintain accurate information in a project database, as well as accurate and timely electronic files on deliverables;
  • Undertake the quality control of the /project’s implementing strategies and approaches.

Capacity building and knowledge sharing:

  • if necessary, plan and carry out M&E training for the project’s workers and those who work with the government;
  • if necessary, plan and carry out M&E training for the project’s workers and those who work with the government;
  • closely collaborate with the project team and offer assistance when required on M&E-related matters.
  • promote networking and knowledge exchange on M&E-related topics of interest;
  • Provide technical support to Implementing Partners on all M&E-related activities;
  • support the project’s impact and consequences being tracked and evaluated;
  • Assist in coordinating across the available components of the Project to ensure effective implementation of M&E.

UN Jobs-Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting Analyst Requirments

Education:

  • a master’s degree, or an equivalent degree, in assessment, economics, public or business administration, social sciences, statistics, technology, or a related discipline.
  • In lieu of a Master’s degree, consideration will be given to applicants with a first-level university degree in a relevant discipline and two years of extra qualifying experience.

Experience:

  • a minimum of 4 years (for bachelor’s degrees) or 2 years (for master’s degrees) of professional job experience in development or monitoring and evaluation;
  • It is required that applicants have two (2) years of experience building and executing results measuring systems in the context of international or national development, including competence with qualitative and quantitative research approaches;
  • a minimum of two (2) years of expertise in obtaining real

Languages:

  • Good command of any Sierra Leonean languages and English (both spoken and written).

How to Apply?

  1. Review job requirements: Review the job description and requirements to make sure you meet the qualifications and experience needed for the position. It is important to carefully read the application instructions and to submit all required documents.
  2. Create a profile: Create a UN careers profile and complete the online application form. You will need to provide personal and professional information, as well as submit a cover letter and resume.
  3. Submit your application: Once you have completed your application, click on the submit button to send your application to the UN. You will receive a confirmation email with your application details.
  4. Wait for a response: After submitting your application, it may take several weeks or months to hear back from the UN. If you are shortlisted for an interview, you will be contacted by a UN representative.
  5. Attend an interview: If you are invited to an interview, prepare well and attend the interview as scheduled.
  6. Receive an offer: If you are successful in your application, you will receive an offer from the UN. You will need to accept the offer and follow the instructions provided to complete the hiring process.

It is important to note that the UN has a highly competitive application process, and it may take several attempts to secure a job. Therefore, it is important to remain persistent and continue to apply for jobs that match your skills and experience.

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