State Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant
Locations: Bauchi and Sokoto states
The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication (CCP) and Health Communication Capactiy Collaborative (HC3) Nigeria Malaria Project seeks two Monitoring and Evaluation Assistants.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant will work with the state based M&E officer and other program staffs to support the collation and analyses of monitoring data, as well as report on findings from monitoring activities. S/he will closely coordinate with other programme staff to help ensure monitoring and evaluation data is accurately incorporated into all reports and information products.
There are two full-time staff positions available, based in Bauchi (1) and Sokoto (1). Candidates may apply to only one state and must specify to which state they are applying in their application (directions below). Positions are available immediately.
Work as part of a team to facilitate and support M&E operations including surveys, regular monitoring, data collection, analysis and reporting according to the M&E work plan.
Conduct periodic site visits to validate data submitted
Perform data entry and cleaning, and assist in the management of quantitative data sets
Participate in the training of staff/partners and consultants in M&E data collection and processing
Actively contribute to and support project implementation activities
Participate in the development of work plans and budget for project M&E activities
Provide administrative support as needed
Carry out other tasks as assigned to support HC3 M&E efforts
Requirements for the position include:
HND or bachelors degree with at least 2 years work experience in monitoring and evaluation of health programs
Experience with word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software
Strong verbal and written communication skills in English
Ability to verbally communicate in at least one Nigerian language
Well-organized, with ability to track multiple projects and deadlines
Experience in providing administrative support to work teams
· Ability and willingness to travel as required within and between project states
Ability to work successfully in a cross-cultural, team-based environment
Ability to work legally in Nigeria
Experience with database management a plus
To apply please follow the directions exactly:
1. Send one document – Cover letter and CV ONLY by Friday December 8, 2017 at 5 pm Abuja time to: firstname.lastname@example.org
a. The document should be a cover letter first, with bullet points in bold on how the candidate meets the minimum qualifications. Following the cover letter, in the same document, should be the candidates CV.
b. Candidates should specify to which state they are applying in their cover letter.
c. Resumes should include contact details of three references, as well as a list of languages in which the candidate is proficient. Candidate should indicate their level of proficiency for each language (noting 2 if limited working proficiency, 3 if general professional proficiency, 4 if advanced professional proficiency, and 5 for functional native proficiency).
d. Do NOT send any other documents or attachments. Please note, any applications submitted with certificates, transcripts etc. will be immediately discarded.
e. Do NOT send links to online resumes or CVs. Any applications submitted with a link to an online resume or CV will be immediately discarded.
2. Candidates should indicate to which state they are applying as the first word in their email title followed by the words “Application for HC3 State Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant”—. For example, if a candidate were applying to the Bauchi-based position, the subject line for your submission MUST read: “Bauchi Application for HC3 State Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant”— any emails without this exact subject line format will be immediately discarded.
3. Only final candidates will be contacted for further engagement