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Details for Job Reference Number: V/No. 13/2019
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Position MANAGER, POLICY, MONITORING AND EVALUATION
Job Reference NumberV/No. 13/2019
Number of Posts 1
Terms of Service Three (3) years contract
Work Station NAIROBI
Date registered12-Feb-2019
Opening Date of Advert12-Feb-2019
Closing Date of Advert5-Mar-2019

Requirements
-For appointment to the position of Manager, Policy, monitoring and Evaluation, an applicant must possess the following qualifications:
- (i) A master’s degree in Public Administration, Sociology, Economics or relevant area from a recognized University.
- (ii) At least seven (7) years’ experience in a combination of the following areas: a. Policy , Monitoring & Evaluation work (at a senior level), b. research design and implementation (quantitative and qualitative), c. advanced demographic analysis
- (iii) Certified in using specialized data analysis software such as Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) will be an added advantage.
- (iv) Experience in planning and creating databases, with easy user interaction;
- (v) Experience in utilizing applications for the design, monitoring and evaluation of projects.
Duties and Responsibilities
-Reporting to the Executive Director, the Policy, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager will provide robust policy guidelines , monitoring and evaluation services for all aspects of the NCAJ including the development and implementation of the Strategic Plan , analysis of data sets, reporting from and inputting to the NCAJ management information system, conducting surveys and other methods of collecting information and preparation of periodic reports. The key responsibilities will be as follows:
- (i) Overall responsibility for the monitoring and evaluating the NCAJ strategic Plan and its successful implementation process;
- (ii) Design and manage the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan ;
- (iii) Assist NCAJ staff and stakeholders in completing monitoring reports and consolidating these reports for periodic review;
- (iv) Review the quality of existing social and economic data in NCAJ areas, methods of collection and provide a baseline for impact evaluation. Draw up the TOR, design and cost out a baseline survey and a needs assessment survey;
- (v) Recruit, guide and supervise organisations that are contracted to implement special surveys and studies required for evaluating effects and impacts ensuring that all contracts include specifications for internal monitoring, reporting and penalties;
- (vi) Analyse reports for impact evaluation. Prepare consolidated reports highlighting: problems and actions needed; potential bottlenecks and specific recommendations;
- (vii) Collaborate with staff and implementing partners on qualitative monitoring to provide relevant information for on - going evaluation of activities, effects and impacts;
- (viii) Prepare reports on Monitoring & Evaluation findings;
- (ix) Draft data collection instruments (i.e. surveys, interview protocols) to be used in special studies and
-or for distribution online to target groups;
- (x) Perform any other duties that may be assigned by the Supervisor from time to time.
Important Information
-Interested and qualified persons are requested to make their applications by:-
- 1. Filing an Online Application for Employment Form available at the Judiciary jobs portal: jobs.judiciary.go.ke. Applicants should upload soft copies of the following documents to the online application:- (a) A letter of application, (b) A detailed and updated curriculum vitae, to include background information such as community service, financial discipline, pro bono activity (if any), involvement as a party in litigation and involvement in political activity including financial contribution to political party
-parties (if any) and criminal record, legal
-professional engagement for the last five (5) years, three (3) professional referees and two (2) character references who can verify and comment on the applicant’s past and present employment; (c) Certified copies of testimonials, professional certificates and academic transcripts. (d) Applicant’s recent coloured passport size photographs
- Shortlisted candidates will be required to submit valid copies of clearance certificates from the following bodies during the interview:- • Kenya Revenue Authority, • Higher Education Loans Board, • Directorate of Criminal Investigation, • Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission and • a recognized Credit Reference Bureau.
- (2) Applicants are also required to forward one (1) hard copy of the completed Employment Application Form JSC 2 for non –public officers and JSC 2A for Public officers which can be downloaded from www.judiciary.go.ke and attach all the documents cited in the item No. (a to d )above. Clearly indicating the Vacancy number and the title on the envelop.
- TO: THE SECRETARY JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION P.O. BOX 40048 – 00100 NAIROBI Telephone: +254 20-2739180 E-mail: jscsecretariat@jsc.go.ke Commission Secretariat: Reinsurance Plaza, Taifa Road, Nairobi CBD, Podium Floor
- Applicants MUST take note that it is a criminal offence to provide false information and documents in the job application and the same will be verified by relevant bodies. The application must reach the Commission NOT LATER THAN 5TH MARCH 2019 AT 5.00PM
- Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted. Canvassing in any form will lead to automatic disqualification. The Judicial Service Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer and selects candidates on merit through fair and open competition from the widest range of eligible candidates.