at Save the Children
Published May 29, 2022
Location Kigali, Rwanda
Category Management  
Job Type Full Time  



About the Role:


The CP/CRG MEAL Officer, under the lead of the Head of MEAL, will be responsible for ensuring effective development and implementation of the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability system and Learning of the Rwanda Country Humanitarian Programme




Bachelor degree in any Social Sciences, preferably education background in one of the following areas notably gender equality, conflict sensitivity, climate change and child right programming

Minimum 3 years' experience in Civil society capacity building, child agency, child rights and civic space inclusive advocacy programming within local NGOs or International NGOs,

Proven experience in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning against child-focused programmes;

Good skills and experience in advocacy tracking and documentation policy influence arena;

Ability to document and generate programme changes and impacts with the use of sound tools;

Experience in mentoring and coaching partner CSOs on delivering and achieving measurable interventions aligned to child programming;

Good skills and hands-on skills on the use digital surveys by the use of any of the following digital data collection tools such as Kobo Toolbox and Survey CTO;

Interesting mastery in the use of SPSS and/or STATA in analysing data;

Skills in generating programme dashboard and visualizing data by the use digital tools like infographics;

Experience in the use of data to generate managerial responses to further implement research and evaluation recommendations;

Skills in designing project logframes and capable of using the performance indicator reference sheets to guide programme team on quality delivery of programme activities;

Proven experience in outcomes-based reporting by showcasing impacts of programmes;

Good understanding on the use of programme data to influence policy agenda and push for policy formulation targeting the promotion of the rights of children;

Remarkable knowledge on data collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting;

Understanding on security of programme beneficiary's personal data and data storage in appropriate e-filing systems;

Computer skills, including internet, office applications, including Word, Outlook and Excel.

Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment, and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization.

A good level of written spoken English and fluency in French as well as Kinyarwanda;

Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy

The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible and accommodating in difficult and sometimes insecure working circumstances.

Commitment to the values, mission and principles of Save the Children


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