Job Title: Regional Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Specialist
Location- Any country with WaterAid presence in East Africa (Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Ethiopia)
Salary: Grade F
Contract type: 3 Years Fixed Contract (Renewable)
Reports to: Regional Programme Manager in East Africa Region
Relationships: Programme Support Units at Country Programme level, Monitoring & Evaluation Officers, PMER Project team in the UK, Regional Technical Advisors and Regional Fundraising Managers
WaterAid’s Global Strategy supports our vision of a world where everyone has access to safe water and sanitation and hygiene. The Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting (PMER) Project is one of the key components of our Enabling Framework, which underpins the implementation of our Global Strategy. The focus of the PMER Project is to support Country Programmes (CPs) in implementing their country strategies by strengthening the way we plan our programmes, monitor their progress, evaluate and report on them.
The purpose of the role is to support the regional roll-out and compliance to PMER processes and procedures.
Provide overall coordination across the region to ensure that the PMER core procedures and Project Centre are rolled out effectively to guide programme development across the region:
❖ Coordinate the capacity building of regional and CP staff on PMER processes and procedures
❖ Coordinate the capacity building of at least two “Super Users” per country and one per region who can provide in-country technical support
❖ Ensure a high-level understanding by senior managers of Core Procedures, Project Centre, key outputs (documents and reports) and overall implications for CPs and the Region
❖ Provide technical support and capacity development to staff by responding to direct support requests and developing guidance as required
❖ Periodically monitor CP performance in implementing the PMER Core Procedures and use of Project Centre, working closely with the Regional Programme Manager and Regional Technical Advisor in coordinating the provision of follow-up support where required www.wateraid.org email@example.com 47-49 Durham Street, London SE11 5JD 020 7793 4500 Charity numbers 288701 (England and Wales) and SC039479 (Scotland)
❖ Ensure CP and regional participation in PMER Community of Practice to promote learning across Country Programmes in the region
❖ Actively participate in a global-level PMER Community of Practice, to both share regional learning and identify good practice from other regions
❖ Recommend subsequent updates to PMER core procedures and/or system improvements based on the country and regional experience.
❖ Collaborate closely with the Information System team to address any issues related to connectivity, hardware and infrastructure affecting the effective use of the system
❖ Liaise with the PMER Project team lead in the UK for any additional support required.
❖ lead in the generation of regional plans and reports in collaboration with the RPM
❖ Support CPS in the finalization of their updates and reports ahead of approval from the Regional Director Person
• Relevant degree in international development, business administration, social sciences or information systems. Experience
• Experience in developing and implementing planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting (PMER) processes and/or systems
• Experience in training and capacity building
• Experience in using information systems to inform program decision making and monitor progress
• Good computer literacy, especially Excel
• Experience in project management support Personal qualities
• Strong analytical skills
• Attention to detail
• Pro-active / self-starter
• Team player
• Good written communication
• Commitment to continuous improvement
How to apply
If you are interested in the position and have the right skills and attributes, please visit Work with us | WaterAid Tanzania to download the job description and application form. Send your job application form to EArecruitments@wateraid.org stating the title of the applied post in the subject line.
Deadline: 11th July 2021