Job Description:

SUMMARY OF KEY FUNCTIONS

Design MEL tools and data management and reporting system for all the projects under the Health Equity and Right program (HERP)
Provide support in terms of MEL to assigned projects and the program
Prepare project reports in accordance with project/program stakeholder requirements
Collect project results data to feed in communication with project stakeholders
Conduct monitoring visits to the assigned projects/program and ensure all MEL requirements are taken into account
Oversee overall MEL issue of assigned projects/program and ensure the MEL requirement is met
As a member of MEL unit team assist with other MEL Officer or MEL Supervisor for urgent assignments
Ensures data collection tools are used correctly during the project implementation
Conduct Data Quality Assessment (DQA) based on project requirements.
Contribute to the design of new initiatives and calls for proposals
Design and prepare communication materials for the assigned project/program
Take an active part in all project assessments and researches
Take part in a data review meeting at the central and provincial level

KEY RELATIONS

Ensures coordination of related project MEL activities with the and Program Quality Unit, and other relevant bodies.  S/he is also responsible to collaborate with program quality, and other departments concerning MEL unit activities.
Generating from databases and compiled data at the central, provincial level and share with related department and stakeholders

KEY RESULT EXPECTED

Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (MEL):

M&E Officer ensures proper MEL system is in place for the assigned project/program to achieve the following results:

The system is responsive to donor and CARE requirements
The system capture qualitative and quantitative data
Results of the project well reflected in all communication types (reports, stakeholder meetings…etc.)
MEL system is able to propose changes for improvement in project/program implementation

Data Management and reporting:

The MEL Officer is responsible for data management and reporting of the assigned health project/program to achieve the following results;

Sound data collection tools is in place that can provide accurate and timely information on project indicators and other information needs
Ensure the standard documentation of project
Analytical reports timely prepared to assist in decision making
Data on results of the project/program collected regularly
The project results are reflected in publications
Provincial data management system is functional and responsive

Field Monitoring:

The M&E Officer is responsible to conduct frequent visits from project site to ensure;

Project MEL requirements are will addressed by the project staff in the field
City manager /program head and PQ unit and concerned bodies are informed of critical issues that affect project implementation
Ensure proper MEL system applied in the field

Teamwork and coordination:

MEL issues of the project coordinated with CARE concerned functions
Strengths and weaknesses in existing MEL system identified and modified with coordination and support from MEL Supervisor and MEL Manager
The capacity of the project field staff developed in quantitative and qualitative data collection
teamwork and cooperation exist within MEL unit and with other sections, and other CARE projects and departments

Job Requirements:

 COMPETENCE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

Education: 

Holding a university degree in social science, economics, statistics, business administration, computer science, preferably having a degree in health sector-related areas will be a plus point

•             At least three-years prior experience in M&E field of the health system

•             Working experience in health projects would be on the advantage

•             Experience working with Microsoft Office software applications (Excel, Word, Outlook Explorer, PowerPoint)

Work Experience:

Minimum 3 years of work experience in MEL, data management, MIS or other relevant fields.

Languages Skills:

Fluency in spoken and written English, Dari and Pashtu.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit their completed CARE standard job application forms (CARE application form is attached) along with the updated resumes and letters of interest to CARE HRD department in its Kabul Main-Office no later than December 31, 2020, candidates who have access to the Internet can send their applications to afgvacancies@care.org mentioning the exact job title and vacancy number in the subject line.

 

You are requested to send your application form along with the updated resume and letters of interest in Word or PDF file. Please do not email us heavy sized files such as your certificates, recommendation letters etc. THOSE WHO DO NOT FULFILL THE APPLYING REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR SHORTLIST. Only short listed candidates will be contacted with, and called for the interview. The interview dates, time and place will be determined and communicated with the short listed candidates sooner after the deadline of vacancy announcement.

NOTE:

APPLYING WITHOUT CARE STANDARD JOB APPLICATION FORM OR NOT FILLING THE APPLICATION FORM PROPERLY WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR SHORT-LISTING,

PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

CARE STANDARD JOB APPLICATION FORM IS AVAILABLE ON http://www.acbar.org/applicationform.

CARE IS COMMITTED TO CHILD PROTECTION POLICY

CHILD PROTECTION POLICY LINK:  http://bit.ly/CAREAFG_Child_Protection_Policy

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