Deadline: 25 May 2022
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Technical Officer-Monitoring and Evaluation in Nairobi, Kenya. The duration of this post is 1 year.
The mission of the ILO is to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues.
Key Job Responsibilities
The Technical Officer-Monitoring and Evaluation will perform the following functions-
- Assist USDOL-contracted External M&E Expert and/or USDOL staff M&E experts in developing the project’s Comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (CMEP).
- Develop a pre-situational analysis related to the project in Kenya and in the additional Sub-Saharan African countries.
- Develop and implement the CMEP, which includes collection, reporting, and analysis of data on project-specific and USDOL-required performance indicators.
- Development of project-specific child labour and forced labour definitions as part of the CMEP work.
- Support the required performance evaluations and/or other learning/accountability activities, such as externally conducted midterm and final performance evaluations.
- Develop an end-of-project analysis of CMEP indicator data and outcomes.
- With the support from USDOL OCFT, Develop and Implement the project’s Comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation Plans (CMEP) including a results framework, an activity matrix mapping activities to outcomes and a detailed M&E plan for the project, with baselines, targets and indicators.
Applicants must have:
- Advanced university degree in statistics, economics, public policy, social sciences, international development, or a related field, with substantial specialisation in quantitative analysis.
- Master’s degree or Bachelor plus an advanced certificate in M&E, statistics, or economics preferred.
- At least 5 year’s of progressively responsible relevant professional experience, of which at least three in a in a senior M&E position responsible for implementing M&E activities of international development projects.
- Experience working in a USDOL funded project would be an advantage, as would previous experience working in the region with projects related to child labour, forced labour and decent work.
- Excellent command of English and good working knowledge of French.
- Proficiency in Swahili would be an asset.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit applications through online process.
For more information, visit ILO.