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Programme Officer (Monitoring & Evaluation)
Service Contract (SC)
University degree in one or more of the following disciplines: economics, agriculture, international affairs, business administration, social sciences, development studies or a field relevant to international development assistance.
5 Years(At least one year of postgraduate professional experience in commerce, business administration, development, or food aid support.)
PKR. 100,000 to 125,000/month
The tasks and responsibilities of the M&E Officer would include, but not limited to:
- Understand and follow the WFP Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines
- Clarify and respond to the core information needs of CO management,
- Develop the overall framework for M&E, for example, quarterly/ annual reviews, participatory impact assessments, process monitoring, operations monitoring and lessons-learned mechanisms
- Help refine for implementation the programmes, in the areas of the objective hierarchy, indicators and monitoring mechanisms.
- Guide the process for identifying and designing the key indicators for each component, to record and report physical progress against the Workplans.
- Generate samples, carryout assessments and monitoring of WFP commodity distributions during emergencies;
- Guide the process for identifying the key performance questions and parameters for monitoring programme performance and comparing it to targets..
- Based on the Annual Work Plan and in particular the programme budgets, design the framework for the physical and process monitoring of programme activities in the field.
- Guide staff and implementing partners in preparing their progress reports. Together, analyse these reports in terms of problems and actions needed.
- Prepare consolidated progress reports for project management to submit to the relevant bodies, in accordance with approved reporting formats and timing.
- Review monitoring reports, analyse them for impact evaluation and to identify the causes of potential bottlenecks in project implementation.
- Support in preparation in Monthly (PMNRs), Quarterly and Annual Reports (SPRs).
- Ensure smooth functioning and utilization of “WoW” at the provincial level;
- Ensure timely uploading of all information/ reports as and when required by the CO;
- Collect, Collate and compile distribution data from the field and present it in an organized manner in a format required by the CO
- Supervise the working of FMAs placed in the field to ensure field level monitoring and collection of data as and when required;
- Coordinate with Programme and Logistics colleagues to ensure smooth flow of information from the field to the CO and vice versa.
Training and/or experience utilising computers, including word processing, spreadsheet and other standard WFP software packages and systems. General knowledge of UN system policies, rules, regulations and procedures governing administration.