Organization: FHI 360 Nepal
FHI 360 is seeking a highly qualified and dynamic Nepali citizen for the various positions to work under the anticipated Second Fleming Fund Country Grant for Nepal (FFCGN2) to support surveillance of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria in Nepal. The grant will be funded by the UK Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), under its Fleming Fund Grants Programme, and managed by Mott MacDonald, the Management Agent. This Grant for Nepal will focus on sustaining earlier investments made under the First Fleming Fund Country Grant for Nepal (FFCGN1), strengthening surveillance systems for antimicrobial resistance (AMR), antimicrobial use (AMU), and antimicrobial consumption (AMC) in the human, animal health, environment and food safety sectors through a One Health (OH) approach. This grant will align with the national AMR priorities, policy framework and with the investments made by Government of Nepal (GoN), other donors and stakeholders in this area.
Position: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Job Location : Kathmandu
The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will support the overall delivery of quality programme outputs and deliverables. S/he, in collaboration with the Senior Technical Specialists and Project Director, will support the review and updating of the programme’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plan and logical framework as well plans and indicators to capture programme performance. The Officer will work closely with the Sr. Surveillance Specialist and Senior Technical Specialists to implement and monitor the program’s M&E activities, ensuring that lessons learned are integrated into programme implementation to continuously improve programme quality. The M&E Officer is expected to develop collaborative relationships with other programme staff and surveillance site staff to monitor and improve programme activities. This position is based in Kathmandu with frequent field visits (30 percent or more) to different parts of Nepal.
• Lead and coordinate the review, update and implementation of the FFCGN2 M&E plan including recording and reporting systems and tools to capture programme performance and results, routine laboratory data reporting, baseline and end line assessments and all monitoring for process and outcome evaluations
• Manage FFCGN2 programme data, recording and reporting and ensure quality of the data
• Update monthly and quarterly programme deliverable tracker; communicate status of submission of deliverables in a timely manner; and support uploading of deliverables into internal reporting systems
• Coordinate the process to prepare and submit laboratory site-specific data and reports as an integral part of the Fleming Fund quarterly grantee reporting requirements to the Senior Surveillance Specialist
• Contribute to quarterly reports, including good practices, lessons learnt, success stories, issues and challenges and updating risk register
• Work closely with the Senior Technical Specialists to support routine data verification and data quality assessments of the surveillance sites
• Work closely with the Senior Surveillance Specialist to track and report sustainability indicators and exit plan as required by Mott MacDonald in line with the FFCGN2 sustainability assessment plan and requirements
• Lead, coordinate and support the design, development, and implementation M&E-related training and workshops
• Supervise and support the Documentation and AMR Secretariat Associate to effectively and efficiently operate the AMRCSC secretariat
• Master’s degree in public health, statistics, demography, or related field and three years of experience in relevant field; or bachelor’s degree in public health, statistics, demography, or related field and five years of experience in relevant field. Advanced certificate in M&E and statistics preferred
• Demonstrated experience in M&E and data analysis, interpretation and use in public health
• Knowledge of the major evaluation methodologies (e.g., qualitative, quantitative, mixed-method, and impact) and data collection and analysis methodologies
• Demonstrated experience in planning and managing surveys, developing and refining data collection tools, data quality assessments and oversight of regular M&E activities
• Sensitivity to cultural differences and understanding of and compliance with the ethical issues surrounding research and surveillance.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Nepali
Last date to apply: September 30, 2020 .
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