Senior Adviser, Programme and Monitoring & Evaluation; Humanitarian Crisis Management Project

Job Description/Responsibilities:

Develop a comprehensive programme strategy, framework and plan for HCMP.
Ensure active collaboration with program/technical managers to develop M&E tools and integrate M&E across all programme components.
Identify and develop the tools needed to measure program impact on vulnerable populations, especially women and youth.
Monitor quality of data collection and provide technical guidance for the successful implementation of M&E plan through training staff and providing on-site support. Monitor planned and actual outputs in accordance to project targets
Set direction by prioritizing and organising actions and resources to achieve objectives.
Oversee the development of bi-annual annual, strategic work-plans for the program M&E components.
For Humanitarian M&E activities, monitor adherence to grant agreement.
Ensure effective use of ICT4D in data management systems (using CommCare, KoboCollect, Google Drive, Excel, QGIS, and other tools as appropriate) to promote data-driven decision-making.
Provide inputs in programmatic issues and donor reports
Contribute to programme design of HCMP.
Provide guidance to sectors on programmatic issues; programme planning, technical implementation, etc.
Define program indicators and develop data relevant resources and tools (including M&E plan, technical data collection tools, databases, dashboards and reporting templates), that align with the Humanitarian M&E Standards, donor requirement and overall BRAC goals.
Develop guidance materials that clearly indicate which staff are responsible for which M&E products, orienting program staff to their M&E roles and responsibilities as necessary.
Create a program beneficiary tracking database, allowing for monitoring of all program participants.
Organize quarterly M&E technical meetings to ensure regular program planning across stakeholders, review progress, and document lessons/address challenges encountered.
Ensure alignment between program M&E activities and program objectives, contribute to work plan development and setting annual/quarterly targets.
Consolidate quarterly reports for M&E data and contribute to program quarterly/annual reporting.
Coordinate the implementation of M&E activities across program life cycle (baseline, mid-term/final evaluation, assessments and operational research) and phases and ensure minimum standards are adhered to.
Work in close collaboration with program leadership to implement studies or operational research, supervising data collection and analysis and presenting results.
Document processes and achievements to ensure best practices are captured and disseminated. This will include the continual re-evaluation of program activities and information, with resulting activity adjustments in keeping with new insights.
Produce written reports on program activities, capturing the impacts of activities.
Conduct field visits to all project sites.
Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where team members strive to achieve excellence.
Set a team culture valuing learning and adaptive management in support of an ongoing resilience approach in programming
Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback via regular performance reviews.
Advance the M&E capacity-building strategy
As part of our commitment to organisational learning, commit 5% of time to learning activities that benefit BRAC as well as him/herself.
BRAC members are expected to support all efforts toward accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding humanitarian work.



Educational Requirements: Masters in International Business/ Social Science/ International Development or any other relevant field from any recognised university/ institution


Experience Requirement: Minimum 15 years of experience in the field of programme development, M&E in a reputed NGO, or UN agencies. Experience on humanitarian work/ disaster response will given preference.

Additional Requirements:
Demonstrable understanding of total humanitarian cycle
Sound knowledge on global issues related to Humanitarian principle & natural and man- made disaster
Excellent knowledge of the critical policy issue and options to address early/ emergency response
Excellent leadership capability with necessary analytical, organisational and programme management skills
Expertise in strategic planning, M&E and programme development
Professional network within Humanitarian and Development sector in Bangladesh and beyond
Ability to develop quality report for donor using standard template
Ability and willingness to maintain ongoing relationships with stakeholders holding different and sometimes conflicting views
Excellent report writing and communication skills both in English and Bangla

Age: N/A


Salary & Benefits


Other Benefits: Festival Bonus, Health and Life Insurance and others

Job Location: Cox’s Bazar

Last Apply Date: 10/Jun/2019

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