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Job Reference NumberJPIP2
Number of Posts 1
Terms of Service -
Work Station Headquarters
Date registered03-Oct-2012
Opening Date of Advert3-Oct-2012
Closing Date of Advert18-Oct-2012

- The successful candidate will:
- (a) Have a first degree in Economics or Project Management or equivalent relevant Social Science from an accredited university. A relevant Masters Degree will be an added advantage;
- (b) Have a minimum of 5 years hands-on experience in a similar position in project
-program monitoring and evaluation,
- (c) Have the ability to use management information systems as an added advantage;
- (d) Demonstrate capacity to develop and oversee implementation of monitoring and evaluation plans, survey and data analysis and report writing;
- (e) Have proven ability in conducting operations research, impact assessments, work plans and budgeting, project
-program monitoring and evaluation, documentation and advocacy;
- (f) Have sound IT knowledge including statistical applications.
Duties and Responsibilities
- The M&E Specialist (M&ES;) will work under the supervision and direction of the Project Coordinator. The main purpose of monitoring and evaluation will be to ensure availability of information on implementation progress, accountability, efficiency and effectiveness of the project.
- M&E will involve a systematic collection and assessment of information related to the outcomes, processes, or operations of the project. M&E will be an ongoing activity to generate information that will assist the Project Coordinator and the Technical Committee make rational decisions during implementation of the project.
- The M&E Officer will be responsible for (i) overall monitoring and evaluation of the project, including producing and disseminating reports (ii) providing technical assistance to the Directorates to develop comprehensive monitoring and evaluation guidelines for their component objectives, and (iii) developing appropriate indicators of effective implementation, achievements and impact at various levels within the Judiciary.
- Specifically, the M&E specialist will:
- (a) Refine the Results Framework in line with World Bank modalities;
- (b) Define the key performance indicators (inputs, outputs, outcomes) for monitoring the project; their target values and specifying the timing and format of reporting;
- (c) Management and maintain the MIS system for collecting and reporting indicators, to ensure that data are regularly reported and entered into the MIS;
- (d) Ensure efficient and regular monitoring reports to the PMU Project Coordinator, analyze progress and performance as well as highlight areas of concern; and prepare the documentation for review by the Technical Committee;
- (e) Be responsible for the mid-term review report;
- (f) Assist in establishing a system of conducting any required baseline surveys required by Directorates and provide technical support to enable them meet their monitoring and evaluation needs.
- (g) Prepare periodic reports of monitoring and evaluation undertaken and present and disseminate results through workshops.
Important Information
-The overall duration of the contracts will be thirty six (36) months renewable annually. The contract may be extended up to the end of the project life (approximately 60 months) subject to performance.
- Please note that these will be full-time positions and are planned to commence in January 2013.