Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Vacancy at The Advocacy Project For Child and Family Health


Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Vacancy at The Advocacy Project For Child and Family Health – The Advocacy for Child and Family Health Project, another project  to help the backing projects of sub-grantee NGOs taking a shot at the execution in routine vaccination; finishing youth executioner sicknesses and essential medicinal services under one rooftop, is selecting to fill the situation underneath:

Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Slot: 2

Job Description

  • The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will guide the program team on the projects Results Framework and Results Tracker; develop, administer and analyze instruments applied to all project activities; produce quarterly M&E reports; and document lessons learned and success stories.


  • The deal candidate will have a Bachelors degree in the Social Sciences or Medicine. Post Graduate qualification in Public Health will be an asset.
  • The ideal candidate should also have 2-3 years experience in a Research or M&E position in a non-profit or development programming environment. Also required are excellent English language writing skills; ability to work within tight deadlines and time pressures; and detail- oriented with ability to maintain accurate records and information within systems.
  • Applications from young, exceptionally smart and quick learning new graduates with limited experience will also be considered.

We Offer
Competitive salary and opportunities for professional development.

Application Method
Interested and qualified candidates should send a CV with 3 references and current salary stated as an email attachment. The body of the email must contain a 3- paragraph application explaining the applicants suitability for the position and the subject must contain the state to which you are applying to: [email protected]

Deadline 20th June, 2018.

Note: The employer is an Equal Opportunity Employer and especially encourages applications from qualified female candidates.

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