Job Overview

  • Date Posted
    May 14, 2024
  • Location
  • Expiration date
    May 20, 2024
  • Experience
    5 Years
  • Gender
  • Qualification
    Bachelor Degree
  • Organization
    Rural Finance and Community Improvement Programe 11 (RFCIP)
  • Required Languages
    English, Krio

Job Description


Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant (1)

Duty Station – Bo


The M&E Assistant, under the direct supervision of the Officer, will support the NPCU to take charge of the project’s Monitoring and Evaluation and conduct the tasks identified below.

Roles and responsibilities:

Under the direct supervision of the M&E Officer, and overall supervision of the Project

Coordinator, the MEA shall perform the following tasks:

support the development of the project’s M&E Plan based on the project’s Framework or log frame;

support the planning and execution of the annual outcome surveys in line IFAD procedures;

support the reviews and preparation of the annual work plans and budgets (AWPB) in collaboration with subject matter specialists and other stakeholders two (3+0’13)S before January of the coming year; month participate in the processes for conducting surveys, beneficiary impact

assessments, undertake supervision monthly meetings, monitoring mid-term of project reviews, activities and ex-post and provide evaluation ;M&E reports that will  help improve  project implementation; Assist in the establishment of a Geographical Information System (GIS) as a basis for the monitoring and evaluation system;

support in defining and the requirements for information gathering, sources of verification and the means of collecting them;


Support data collation, data entry and undertake systematic analysis of data collected through the M&E system so as to establish the impact of the project, in particular Support on the the target training groups of beneficiaries on M&E issues to enable them to make appropriate  evaluation of their sub-projects; Assist in analyzing of their the gaps between the achievements and the expected outputs and propose corrective actions;

Assist in monitoring financial and physical progress and report this to stakeholders to create a better learning environment;

Support the consolidation of the progress reports based on the input provided by the different components staff.

Support the Communication/Knowledge management Officer to produce and disseminate demand-driven learning products capturing lessons at the thematic and project levels, in coordination and collaboration with the overall knowledge and Learning Strategy of the project.

Support the presentation of findings and issue M&E reports regularly and as requested by the Project Coordinator;

Perform other duties assigned by the project Coordinator.

b)  Qualification and Experience Required

A postgraduate Degree in Development Studies, Rural Development or related field.

A minimum of five years of experience in working in the development sector in the field of M&E in participatory assessment and monitoring; data processing and analysis Computer experience, training facilitation and good communication skills

Ability to organize and train staff on M&E

Experience in the use of Data collection software and management of an efficient data system


SUBMISSION: All Applications (ecopy), along with curriculum vitae, copies of relevant supporting documents and names with particulars of three referees, shall be submitted electronically, captioned “Application for Recruitment” clearly indicating the position referred to the email: ; Cc; Closing date for receipt of applications is Monday, June 03, 2024. Female candidates are encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.