CARE International Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Job Vacancy in Tanzania




Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Phone: +255 22 266 6775
Area: Moshi
Application Deadline: Jul 05, 2013
Start Date: Sep 02, 2013

Position Description:
S/he will be responsible for managing the program’s Management Information
System (MIS) and extracting data ready for posting to the SAVIX on a quarterly
basis; manage program information and knowledge system; building capacity of
other program staff, Village Agents and Franchisees in the area of MIS data
collection; lead the finalization and adaptation of data collection tools to
inform program outcomes; support the PIM in developing quarterly and annual
narrative program reports; lead program level monitoring, reviews and
documentation of lessons learn, good practices and developing case studies for
the linkage component.

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S/he is expected to maintain effective working relationships with other CARE staff
working with other CARE program initiatives and Impact groups

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT
This position requires Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences; 3 years in the
same or similar position;Strong prior experience with community participatory
surveys; Demonstrated skills in developing and implementing M&E
plans;Strong interpersonal skills and ability to transfer knowledge to
others;High competency in database and using/applying analytical
software;Conversant with VSL methodology;Excellent oral and written skills in
English and Kiswahili; Conversant  in MS office Word and Excel; Firm
belief in teamwork, gender equality, sensitivity to HIV/AIDS and participatory
approach and sustainable development; Candidate should observe integrity,
Accountability, respect, effectiveness and Diversity

Application Instructions:
Applications must be received by CARE byJuly 5, 2013.
 The Human Resources Manager Copies may be posted to CARE International in
Tanzania, Box 10242,Dar es Salaam.

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