Monitoring & Evaluation Officer (based in Nairobi)

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Job Title: Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Company: Self Help Africa
Department: Programmes
Location: Nairobi
Reports to: Team Leader: AgriFi Kenya Challenge Fund
Benefits: 22 days annual leave, Medical Insurance (self + spouse and upto 4 children), 10% Employer pension contribution and 25% leave allowance

Job Purpose:

The Monitoring & Evaluation Officer will be part of the AgriFI Kenya C hallenge Fund team and will advise the Team Leader in planning, implementation and reporting of monitoring, evaluation and learning related activities of the Programme. S/He will contribute to the development of programme related M&E systems, tracking performance indicators, development of data collection tools, data collection, analysis and reporting, drafting of learning papers and thought leadership papers. Independently manage surveys through SHA specific methodologies and tools. Provides accurate analysis and presentation of information to enhance SHA’s position as a strong development partner.


At least 3 years relevant working experience in Monitoring and Evaluation of donor funded Projects. Excellent knowledge and practice of project cycle management. Demonstrated skills in result-based M&E frameworks, indicator tracking, M&E systems development, Development of data collection tools and report writing and familiarity with database management and statistical analysis. Practical/ Field experience in data collection, analysis & data quality control. Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Development Studies, Project planning & Management, Monitoring & Evaluation or other related discipline.

To Apply:

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The closing date for receiving applications is not later than Close of Business on Wednesday 24th July 2019.

Please do not send certificates at this stage.

Due to the anticipated high volume of applications, kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Female candidates who meet these qualifications are highly encouraged to apply.

Self Help Africa is an equal opportunities employer and will never ask for funds as part of the recruitment process.

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