- Salary Offer According to RSDO’s salary scale
- Address N/A
- Years of Experience 3 years
- Number of Vacancies: 1
- Contract Duration 2 years
- Contract Type Short Term
- Required Languages Dari, Pashto, English
- Reference 0066
- Gender Male/Female
- Nationality Afghan
- Possibility of Contract Extension No
- Probation Period 3 Months
- Education Degree in statistics, economics/ public administration, computer science/IT/or any sector or sub-sector related field;
- close Date November 9, 2022
About Razi Social Development Organization (RSDO):
- Introduction to RSDO
Razi Social Development Organization- RSDO is an Afghan NGO founded on April 11, 2008, and registered with the Ministry of Economy in Afghanistan. It was established in Herat city but then set up sub-offices in Ghor, Badghis, Farah and Daykundi provinces by delivering social development services to vulnerable and marginalized people in remote communities.
- RSDO’s Background
RSDO firstly initiated the primary activities in 2002 under the name of “Abu Hanifeh Orphan High School”, assisting orphan children who lost their parents and families during the long-lasting war in Afghanistan to learn and build their future. Later on, with the financial support of the Japan Embassy, we constructed a high school building for orphans and expanded the activities of orphans with the support of HELP Germany as well. Throughout years of hard work, RSDO slowly developed and now has functioning offices in all west zone provinces of Afghanistan with more than 200 staff.
- RSDO’s mandate
RSDO’s mandate is delivering humanitarian assistance to vulnerable households in the west zone provinces of Afghanistan through the financial support of the UN and International Organizations.
RSDO dedicated all efforts to contribute in none violent, developed, and prosperous Afghanistan where both men and women live and respect each other through running services in the sector of women empowerment, education, agriculture, capacity building, and livelihood.
RSDO’s vision is an Afghanistan without illiteracy. We envision that all Afghan children (girls and boys) have easy access to high-quality education that affect their lives and provide the means of development.
The monitoring officer will serve as the main focal person for all monitoring related activities of the project. He/she will be directly responsible for the monitoring process and reporting of the project. The monitoring officer’s responsibility is to coordinate and support the implementation of project activities to be conducted in accordance with organization relevant policies, strategies and the projects result framework and provide feedbacks to the project team for the better/standard implementation of the activities.
- Provide technical assistance to staff on the information management system, proper data collection, and record keeping;
- Track progress against monitoring work plans;
- Provide consistent, supportive supervision to strengthen staff performance as necessary to meet monitoring objectives;
- Update M&E plan timely and provide feedback to program staff on status and quality of implementation.
- Assist with monthly and/or quarterly performance indicator analysis, including generation of reports as well as presentations for staff related to ongoing performance;
- Conduct regular data verification exercises to ensure reporting and collection of quality data;
- Document findings from data quality audit and store in project files to ensure collective and sustainable access;
- Actively participate in and contribute to M&E team activities, system assessments, development and implementation of new systems and/or tools aimed at strengthening overall M&E practices at STARS Afghanistan;
- Closely work with program staff to ensure they follow correct procedures and criteria during beneficiary registration;
- Provide M&E inputs for reports written during project implementation.
- Follow-up with different STRAS departments on documents and paperwork.
- Establish and maintain project information management system;
- Compile quarter, biannual and annual tabular and narrative reports (as required by project stakeholders) on projects’ accomplishments and alert the management for special deviations from the plan.
- Organize orientation for field program staff and volunteers on the monitoring tools and train them on how to use data for decision making;
- Coach, Assistant, mentor and supervise the field staff
- Perform another task related assignment proposed by his/her supervisor/s
- Degree in statistics, economics/ public administration, computer science/IT/or any sector or sub-sector related field;
- Advance level English language proficiency (writing and speaking)
- Excellent computer skills are required (particularly Microsoft Excel, Access, and Word);
- At least four years’ experience working in monitoring and evaluation preferred.
- Strong data collection, analysis, and report writing skills required;
- Ability to work independently, think analytically, and take initiative in solving problems;
- Ability to communicate technical issues effectively;
- Familiarity with log frame analysis and M&E plan.
- Experience in conducting assessment;
- Desirable – Working with highly vulnerable and displaced people would be added advantage;
- Good verbal communication skills in local languages and working knowledge of English;
- A strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with groups of diverse backgrounds.
- Advanced report writing skill is highly essential and mandatory.
- Able to travel to the target villages and conduct required visits and survey
- Effective public relations and public speaking skills and program development skills
Interested qualified candidates can apply by sending their updated CV and Cover Letter to the following email address not later than September 11, 2022 – email@example.com
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