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We are recruiting!

Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Location: Lilongwe – Head Office
Reporting to:The Chief Executive Officer
Contract Duration: One year contract with possibility of extension
IntroductionComputers for Enhanced Education (CEE) is a non-governmental organisation that works to support Malawian schools to provide quality ICT education with quality ICT equipment. In doing so we provide teacher training in digital literacy to ensure schools and can provide the maximum learning opportunities for students. This NGO builds upon the work of The Turing Trust in Malawi to expand these programmes nationally and provide a solution for schools to be provisioned with ICT equipment in the long-term. 
Job Purpose The Monitoring And Evaluation Officer will work with the CEO to ensure the collection of quality M&E data for the IMPROVING ACCESS TO DIGITALLY ENABLED LEARNING PROGRAM in Malawi. The M&E Officer will be responsible for coordinating M&E and reporting systems in Malawi and provide technical assistance to improve understanding of project monitoring. In addition to monitoring and evaluation, the position will support capacity building activities and any other duties.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

Data Management

  • Lead the collection, analysis, and presentation of Improving Access to digitally enabled program data.
  • Design, review and test M&E tools for reporting formats and data collection. These can include mobile-based tools, digitally-enumerated satellite images or atlases, and other innovations to data collection, data quality, data entry, and data reporting
  • Analyzing the data before sharing with partners and filing formal summary reports

Program Effectiveness

  • Evidence that are achieved independent of other factors 
  • Outputs, outcomes and impact that can be derived from the data collected
  • Determining what should the organisation be doing to improve the overall impact? 
  • Assist in preparing the program for possible external data quality audits to ensure validity, integrity, precision, reliability and timeliness of all performance data, identifying gaps and suggesting corrective actions on time.
  • Work closely with the CEO to provide routine feedback during the program implementation to help increase data-driven decisions. Identify areas for programmatic improvements.
  • Gathering case stories and developing articles for the website and social media handles to highlight positive impacts made by our programmes.

Capacity Building

  • Lead training of staff on appropriate methods of data collection, entry, reporting, and quality for the program on an annual basis.

Monitoring and Reporting

  • Prepare and ensure timely submission of reports and stakeholders deliverables. Develop and/or review M&E guidelines/ standards/protocols and tools.
  • Any other duties assigned from time to time

Knowledge, qualification and experience required

  • Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree in a discipline that demonstrates solid analytic skills and capacity (e.g. sociology, Demography, Statistics, Economics, data analytics/science market research, engineering, etc.)
  • Minimum of 2 years experience in M&E/project management
  • Experience working with rural schools and communities;
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, networking and inter-cultural skills;
  • Ability to develop innovative approaches to development problems, to use computers both word processing and spreadsheet
  • Ability to conduct capacity building 1-1 or through workshops. 

TO APPLY: 

Email cover letter, resume and copies of certificates to info@ceemw.org by 25th January, 2023. Include the job title in the subject line.

At The CEE we believe in creating a world of equal opportunity. It is important that applicants share this interest in helping to create positive global change by working in a diverse and inclusive environment.

We particularly encourage applications from women, disabled and minority ethnic candidates, as these groups are underrepresented throughout the technology industry.

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