Job Details
Position: Head of Monitoring, AD# BI 33/17
No of Vacancy: N/A
Job Description/Responsibilities:
Key Responsibilities: This position is responsible for providing technical leadership in the field of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) in BI Head Office. Major responsibilities include developing and institutionalizing a common M&E framework, systems and tools for Country Offices; building the capacity of relevant staff in M&E; preparing the M&E component of country strategic and operational plans; ensuring that Country Offices and HO meet the Global M&E standards; and developing and establishing mechanisms for learning and sharing lessons learned across the organisation. The key responsibilities include:
Develop and implement a comprehensive strategy of monitoring programs that identifies strategic questions, obtains appropriate information, and reports information in a meaningful way
Provide input to various stakeholders (researchers, programs managers, donors, senior management) for impact assessment and other plans, including results framework, indicators, baseline and target values.
Support and strengthen the monitoring setup in countries and create and maintain an efficient data collection system and database of the results and progress of project activities.
Conduct data analysis and prepare reports.
Develop reporting plan and required templates and tools.
Contribute to design, supervise and/or conduct special studies and assessments.
Contribute to management through timely processing and dissemination of monitoring findings and best practices to facilitate evidence-based planning, learning and program decision-making.
Monitor activities against the benchmark indicators set in the M&E framework.
Mentoring & capacity building of relevant staff to functioning monitoring and reporting mechanism in the organization.
Undertake periodic review of the implementation and operation of the monitoring and reporting mechanism;
Coordinate with the Research Department in two way feedback on mentoring and evaluation results
Educational Requirements:
Masters in Social Sciences/Development Studies/Statistics from any reputed University.
Experience Requirements:
7-10 years’ of experience in relevant field. At least 3 years in managerial position.
Additional Job Requirements:
Required Competencies:
Developing M&E strategy and implementation tools for project monitoring
Skilled at producing monitoring and MIS reports and advice programme heads on key findings
Experienced in monitoring of diverse projects like Agriculture, Health, Education, Livestock, Targeting Ultra Poor, Empowerment and Livelihood of Adolescents etc.
Good understanding of project/programme log frame and monitoring frame work
Language Requirements: Excellent command in English and Bangla, both written and spoken communication skills.
Working remotely with country teams
Multi cultural and socio-economic environment.
Demonstrates integrity by modelling the BRAC values and standards;
Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of organization;
Displays gender, cultural and religious sensitivity and adaptability;
Strong coordination, negotiation and networking skills;
Ability to work with people from different backgrounds and cultural customs;
Computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and appropriate data analysis packages (MS Access, SPSS, STATA etc.)
Recognizes & responds appropriately to the ideas, interests & concerns of others, and give duly credit to other people's ideas and suggesti
Age Range: N/A
Salary Range: Negotiable
Other Benefits:
Job Location:
BRAC International, Head Office, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Other Way to Apply:
External candidates need to apply online through careers.brac.net or email their CV with a letter of interest mentioning educational grades, years of experience, current and expected salary at recruitment.bi@brac.net Internal candidates need to apply with their latest CV including all job assignments in detail with BRAC PIN and email to internal.bi@brac.net Please mention the name of the position and AD# BI 33/17 in the subject bar.
Last Apply Date: 24/Sep/2017