Description

RECRUITMENT NOTICE REPUBLICATION Nº02/03/24/JRS/TCD

Then:

National Project Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator

Base: Abéché

Supervisor : National Director

**Location:**Chad

Introduction

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organization and a work of the Society of Jesus. It was founded in 1980 and is now found in around fifty countries. Its mission is to support, serve and defend the rights of refugees and forcibly displaced people.

JRS works with other humanitarian organizations and agencies to support forcibly displaced people, provide them with quality services, and publicize their situation so that their rights and dignity are better respected. . JRS is open to collaboration with Jesuits, men and women religious and lay people of all religious and philosophical convictions. Since its creation, JRS has been able to fulfill its mission thanks to the participation of volunteers and employees committed to serving refugees and displaced people. JRS has been present in Chad since 2006.

Main responsibilities

Under the direct supervision of the National Program Coordinator of the programs and in close collaboration with the Project Directors, the Objective Coordinators, the Monitoring Officers, IT the National Monitoring – Evaluation Coordinator implements the plan and the monitoring systems and program evaluation to monitor the chronological implementation of projects and progress against program indicators and carry out quality assurance checks. He sends his reports to the National Program Coordinator

Specific responsibilities

  1. General
  • Support the development of logical frameworks for different project proposals;
  • Liaise with the logistics department for the organization of surveys and interviews
  • Liaise with the Human Resources Manager to obtain the necessary personnel to conduct investigations and ensure their training;
  • Apply data collection methodologies when carrying out field surveys and interviews;
  • Preparation of appropriate data collection tools in collaboration with other members of the program team;
  • Plan the work of investigators, train them and supervise their work;
  • Carry out the planned surveys such as: Post-distribution monitoring, Initial, mid-term and final evaluation, etc. ;
  • Ensure the smooth running of investigations in accordance with their objectives;
  • Guarantee the quality of the information collected, if necessary, make the necessary corrections with the investigators and monitors;
  • Program input masks for data collected as part of surveys;
  • Carry out the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data relating to the indicators of the various projects in Chad;
  • Ensure database management (archiving, etc.);
  • Write investigation reports;
  • Provide additional analyzes requested by project staff;
  • Identify problems as well as constraints and propose solutions;
  • Implement the operational plan for monitoring and evaluation of the various projects;
  • Implement the complaints management system adapted to the context;
  • Consult stakeholders on the most appropriate communication channels to escalate complaints;
  • Manage the complaints database and produce a monthly analysis report on complaints received;
  • Update information in the beneficiary database;
  • Maintain registers of lessons learned and risks of the various projects implemented on the mission:
  • Ensure that financial needs linked to MEAL activities are taken into account in all project proposals where possible;
  • Ensure that notions of gender and equity are taken into account at all stages of the monitoring & evaluation process
  1. Coordination
  • Periodically organize discussion meetings on the progress of projects with the DP or CA and the Objectives Coordinator and project coordinators
  • Other similar tasks assigned.

Required profile

Training, experience and skills required:

Mandatory :

  • At least four years of work experience in the humanitarian field and/or in the field of data management, project management
  • Higher/University degree in Social Sciences, Statistics, Management and Computer Science, or a Similar discipline. Experience with recognized professional training in M&E may be equivalent to
  • Significant experience in implementing project/program monitoring & evaluation processes
  • Significant proven experience in a position with similar responsibilities
  • Knowledge of and demonstrated experience implementing data collection (qualitative and quantitative), analysis and reporting methods.
  • Mastery of data processing and statistical analysis software (Sphinx, SPSS, Excel, etc.)
  • Ability to produce quality reports (clear, precise, concise, informative)
  • Fluency in written and spoken French
  • Ability and willingness to work in a team
  • Mind open to learning.

Advantages:

  • Experience working with partners, technical services, NGOs, CBOs (grassroots community organizations), local authorities and national organizations, ideally in the Chadian context.
  • Experiences in carrying out surveys using smartphones
  • Flexibility and ability to work under pressure within short deadlines.
  • Ability to travel in difficult areas and conditions.
  • Ability to work on own initiative, to manage a large and complex amount of work with good performance.
  • Ability to anticipate trends and propose appropriate solutions.
  • Familiarity with the concepts of gender, equity and diversity.
  • Knowledge of the program’s intervention areas.
  • Knowledge of Arabic and English.

LANGUAGES :

  • Fluency in French and English (read, written and spoken)

Qualities :

  • Adhere to JRS values ​​and respect the code of conduct
  • Ability to take initiatives and bring innovative ideas
  • Sense of communication and good interpersonal relationships
  • Sense of discretion and responsibility
  • Ability to adapt to working conditions and tasks that may change with the reality on the ground
  • Ability to work in a pressured environment

How to apply

Interested persons are requested to submit their application to [email protected], mentioning the position title in the subject line, no later than May 26, 2024.

Applications must include only your curriculum vitae including 3 references, as well as a cover letter.

Applications will be processed as we receive them

Applications from women are encouraged.

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