Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND , MBA/MSc/MA
Job FieldData Science / Research
PASGR is recruiting for the position of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Officer to be situated in the Higher Education Programme. The right candidate should be able to provide technical expertise and overarching support for successful implementation of the MEL plan reporting directly to PASGR Director of Higher Education Programme who provides oversight for successful implementation of the MEL plan.
Summary of Key Responsibilities:
- Analyse lessons learned for quality and accountability; and,Coordinate implementation of MEL plan across the partnership:
- Ensures quality and accountability of MEL;
- Provides technical support and capacity building of partners and stakeholders as may be necessary;
- Plans, guides and oversees information management activities including knowledge building and knowledge sharing on MEL;
- Any other duties assigned by PASGR Leadership.
- Master’s Degree or above in the social sciences or any other relevant discipline. Specialization in Monitoring &
- Evaluation is an added advantage.
- Minimum of 3 years professional experience in a senior MEL position responsible for implementing MEL activities of international development projects.
- In-depth knowledge of principles, analytical skills and current approaches to MEL in higher education programmes,
- Excellent writing and oral communication skills,
- Sound knowledge of design and delivery of higher education programmes and stakeholder engagement,
- Hands-on experience at the national or international level in design, monitoring and evaluation of complex projects, preferably across multiple locations,
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact professionally with partners, donors, stakeholders and staff at all levels of the organization.
MODE OF APPLICATION
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Applications must be submitted electronically via email with “Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer” as subject by Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 1700hrs. All applications must contain a Cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and 3 references.
Canvassing will lead to disqualification.
PASGR is an Equal Opportunity Employer
About Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR)
The Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR) is an independent, non-partisan pan-African not-for-profit organisation established in 2011 and located in Nairobi, Kenya. Currently engaged in more than 12 African countries, PASGR works to enhance research excellence in governance and public policy that contributes to the overall wellbeing of women and men. In partnership with individual academics and researchers, higher education institutions, research think tanks, civil society organisations, business and policy communities both in the region and internationally, PASGR supports the production and dissemination of policy relevant research; designs and delivers suites of short professional development courses for researchers and policy actors; and facilitates the development of collaborative higher education programmes. Our vision is 'a vibrant African social science community addressing the continent’s public policy issues’. PASGR’s three core programmes bring together the right mix of universities, research institutions, government, policy actors, researchers and academics to: Establish and sustain partnerships at national/regional and international levels for advancing research, higher education and training; Facilitate the creation of policy and research communities; Enhance the institutionalisation of a research culture in Africa’s universities and research organisations; and, Coordinate a collaborative Master of Research and Public Policy with universities in Africa PASGR is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organisation. PASGR’s Vision A vibrant African social science community addressing the continent’s public policy issues. PASGR’s Mission Advancing research excellence for governance and public policy in Africa. The 2014-2018 Strategic Plan The 2014-2018 Strategic Plan builds on a strong foundation laid over four years since PASGR’s establishment, to provide the road map for realisation of our vision of a vibrant African social science community addressing the continent’s public policy issues. This Plan is the result of the collaborative effort of the PASGR community, comprising staff at all levels, and the Board of Directors, including a major external review in 2013, as well as periodic reviews of the programmes by staff and partners. We are building a community of practice and thought, in excellent research and innovative high quality training, with the PASGR secretariat as a key facilitator. Moving forward, we will seek strategic and sustainable partnerships by strengthening the existing ones and forging new ones. PASGR’s priorities include: Creative outreach and communication to research and policy communities; rigorous, quality control across all programmes; and institutional and financial sustainability. We hope to measure the impact of our work, not by the number of people who benefit from PASGR’s programmes, but by how evidence is translated from research into social and public policy that addresses the current and future key development needs of Africa. Download strategic plan 2014-2018 (PDF) MRPP Africa, Collaborative Master Of Research & Public Policy Data Revolution And The Post-2015 Agenda Utafiti Sera - Research Policy Community Upcoming Activities 21 Aug Professional Development Course (November, 2017) Course dates: November 8 to November 18, 2017 Training location: Nair... Notice of Suspected Malware It has come to the attention of the Partnership for African Social and...