Monitoring & Evaluation Officer (M&E)
- Post Date:March 15, 2022
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- Career Level OfficerQualification DegreeExperience 3-5 Years
- Industry Non Governmental
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER (M&E) that has arisen within the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), funded from the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) to implement the GEF-7 five-year project. The position is a full-time contract that is renewable every two years.
Station: Harare with extensive travel to the intervention sites
Reporting to the NPC and the regional DSL IP coordinator, the Monitoring and Evaluation officer will coordinate monitoring and reporting activities across the implementing partners
Duties and Responsibilities
- Establishes a performance monitoring framework to define bi-annual targets for the project to meet the targets defined in the project document by the end of the implementation phase:
- Measures project and GEF Results Framework indicators quarterly to establish progress of the project in meeting the AWP and Budget targets;
- Reports to the NPC on the performance of the project according to project and GEF Results Framework indicators;
- Continuously shares information with the Monitoring and Evaluation unit of the Agency;
- Provides information against project indicators to be used for reporting to GEF ona yearly basis including project mid-point and terminal evaluations.
- Participates at DSL IP M&E working group and trainings;
- Contributes, jointly with the Global Coordination Project, to the establishment and upkeep of the DSL IP M&E System and Dashboard
- Documents and shares project-related assessments, methodologies, and best practices related to M&E;
- Informs the PSC on the M&E Dashboard
Qualification, Experience and Competence
- Degree in Environment/ Natural Resources Management/ Project Monitoring and Evaluation, Forestry or any other relevant fields
- Proven experience with conducting monitoring and evaluating, performance and progress of United Nations or other country/regional/global development donor projects.
- Experience in drylands ecosystems would be an advantage.
- Knowledge of Land Degradation Neutrality would be an advantage.
- Fluent in English (including writing and communication skills).
Interested candidates should submit applications with detailed CVs and certified copies of certificates not later than 18 March, 2022 to:
The Human Resources Manager
Environmental Management Agency
685/6 Corner Lorraine/Faber Drive,
Please note that communication will be made to shortlisted candidates only.