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Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, Communication and Visibility (MELC) Officer at CSP Tanzania

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Civic Social Protection Foundation
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Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, Communication and Visibility (MELC) Officer
Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, Communication and Visibility (MELC) Officer at CSP March, 2024
Duties and responsibilities
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, communication and visibility Officer will perform the following duties:
• Develop and guide implementation of the organizational MEL/MIS systems.
• Monitor all project activities and progress towards achieving the project outputs, outcomes and impact.
• Guide, monitor, evaluate and advise on the implementation of organizational Strategic Plan.
• Develop monitoring and Evaluation plan of the organization and for the specific projects.
• Monitor the sustainability of the project’s results.
• Lead other staff in the process of Developing and monitoring the implementation of organizational annual plan and budget.
• Develop and monitor the implementation of organizational risk management plan.
• Suggest strategies to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the project by identifying bottlenecks in completing project activities and developing plans to minimize or eliminate such bottlenecks;
• Prepare and distribute quarterly, half-yearly and annual organizational progress reports.
• Conduct capacity assessment on existing gaps in monitoring and evaluation system;
• Support and facilitate project evaluation to see the effects and impact of the project;
• Assist in coordinating across the available components of the Project activities to ensure effective implementation of MEL/MIS;
• Collect and analyze data from the project implementation to inform project review sessions.
• Organize capacity building initiatives through training, coaching and mentoring on M&E/MIS for project staff and beneficiaries.
• Maintain the organizational website and social media.
• Ensure all important documentation are uploaded in the website and social media.
• Regularly design different means of communicating project and organizational results for increased visibility.
• Supervise all staff working under Her/Him and all the external consultants who will be working on behalf of the organization/donor.
• Perform other duties as may be borne by the Chief Executive Officer.
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Key qualification, skills and experience
• University Degree preferably in Monitoring and Evaluation, Project Management, Computer science with statistics or research or any other related field relevant to the position.
• Masters’ degree in MEL will be an added advantage.
• At least 3 years’ experience in the design and implementation of MEL/MIS in development projects implemented by NGOs/Donors;
• Experience in designing tools and strategies for data collection, analysis and production of reports;
• Proven ICT skills and experience especially in the development of MIS software and tools for data collection and analysis;
• Expertise in analyzing data using statistical software;
• Strong training & facilitation skills.
• Fluency in written and spoken English is a critical criterion. .

Qualified Women are highly encouraged to apply
The position is attached with attractive renumeration packages to the qualified and selected.
Only qualified candidates will be considered and contacted.
If you consider yourself not qualified pls do not apply.
Interested and qualified applicants should forward their applications including cover letter, CV, academic certificates and other relevant supporting documents before or on 13th April 2024 at 16:00 to the following address.
The Board Secretary
Civic Social Protection Foundation (CSP)
Box 515, Babati
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