University degree in social sciences or development related fields
At least 5 ’ experience of working in post co سال
Person Specification Essential • University degree in social sciences or development related fields • At least 5 years’ experience of working in post conflict /humanitarian response, preferably in similar role • Familiarity with project cycle and current principles/ approaches of Monitoring, Evaluation and accountability in emergency or post conflict context • Ability and willingness to make frequent field visits to project sites and to work in hardship environment • Excellent communication skills in Dari, Pashto and English • High level of computer literacy (MS Access, MS Word, Excel, and Power Point) and management information system • Familiarity with database online and offline systems • Proven data analysis and report writing skills • Strong self-starter who is able to take initiative • Commitment to Save the Children aims, values and policies, including child safeguarding and data protection Desirable • Ability to transfer knowledge to diverse audiences through training, mentoring, and other formal and non-formal methods; • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and written/verbal communication skills, including in cross-cultural settings; • Experience working in developing countries Additional job responsibilities The duties and responsibilities set out above are not exhaustive and the post holder may be required to carry out additional duties from time to time which are reasonable in relation to their level of skills and experience. In the event of a significant humanitarian emergency, the post-holder will be expected to work outside their normal job description; vary their working hours; and occasionally work from a different location should the need arise. Equal Opportunities The post holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the SCI Equal Opportunities and Diversity policies and procedures. Health &Safety and Security The post holder is required to carry out their duties in accordance with SCI Health and Safety policies and procedures and our Global Security policy and procedures.
Compliance policies: Child Safeguarding and Code of Conduct; Anti-Bribery and Fraud The post holder is required to comply with these key policies, and other organisational policies and procedures, at all times.
1 – Developing and Maintaining Enabling Environment for MEAL in the Field (20%)
• Develop good working relations with M&E and program staffs to ensure that MEAL remains a high priority in SCI programs;
• Participate actively to team planning and team coordination meetings to ensure that data collection and data quality is considered in team activity;
• Actively contribute to all aspects of the recruitment process for new MEAL staff in the field level to ensure that MEAL perspectives are considered;
2 – Monitoring and Evaluation (40%)
• To support the development of a useful system that will be used for monitoring, reporting and learning the impact of the DRR and SCI other projects;
• Work with the MEAL Senior Manager, Senior Program Manager DRR and other program staffs to develop M&E plans, data collection and reporting tools, filling system and indicator performance tracking;
• To oversee the day-to-day management of CFM (Complaint Feedback Mechanism) process and database.
• To participate in designing and execution of specific studies, Baseline, End-line , PDM survey, Response need assessments , evaluation and lesson learning;
• To coordinate with program staff to create a feedback loop so lessons learned are incorporated into program implementation and development;
• To provide specific reports on output and outcome according to the agreed format and schedule
• To identify M&E gaps and quality gaps, and actively address their causes through training, field visits, and proposal of solutions to line manager;
• To assist in data quality assurance and compliance with all grants related reporting requirements and their timely submission;
• Any other M&E duties as needed and required.
3 – Accountability (40%)
• To ensure that accountability to beneficiaries becomes a core element and success indicator for all program activities;
• To review current MEAL practice, and assess how beneficiaries can best be involved at every stage of the programme cycle
• To assess what information children and their carer’s would like to receive about the SC programme, and how best / method they would prefer to receive or channel their feedback
• To design and implement appropriate feedback mechanisms that are contextual, effective, accessible and safe for beneficiaries, and that ensure that feedback is recorded, reviewed and acted upon
• To manage the complaints and feedback mechanism in the assigned area and make sure that complaints and child rights violation are reported and addressed in a professional and timely manner;
• To increase awareness and capacity all staff on accountability through induction, training, coaching, informal support and in other ways as identified;
• To work with field teams to ensure that beneficiaries participate at every stage of the programme cycle
طریقه ارسال درخواستی
Qualified candidates may send their Application, including a letter of interest and CV to Save the Children International Human Resources department House # 586 , Street 5, Qala-i-Fatullah, District 10, Kabul, Afghanistan, Or to the email address: [email protected] Applicants should indicate VA Number and Post Title on the email subject line when submitting their application, SCI will not consider any applications received without VA Number and Post Title( MEAL Coordinator, VA# 16-201) in the email subject line and after the closing date of the VA Save the Children International Provide an equal employment opportunity and qualified female candidates are highly encouraged to apply. Only applicants who are short-listed will be contacted. To ensure fairness and transparency, selection will be made on a competitive basis through a selection panel.