UK_M&RMM_202009_1 - Monitoring & Results Measurement Manager

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Posted: 11/01/2021 17:36
Start Date: Not Available
Salary: £42,091 gross per annum
Location: UK
Level: Technical
Deadline: 25/01/2021 23:59
Hours: 35
Benefits: National
Job Type: Fixed Term

Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Monitoring and Results Measurement Manager to join our team in London, UK (alternative locations will be considered, limited to where Malaria Consortium operates).

The key purpose of this role is to lead on the improvement and rollout of the existing global Project and Results database (PReS+), as well as to embed MEAL processes within the organisations project cycle management processes and tools. The position holder will ensure that PReS+ systems are in place and properly set up for every project in alignment with the organisational M&E frameworks and guidelines. He/she will be responsible for ensuring all core M&E requirements are in place at the start of each project (e.g. log frame, M&E Plan) and will set up specific PReS+ entries for each new project. The jobholder will liaise with Malaria Consortium country offices to ensure accurate, thorough, and useful monitoring and reporting of project activities and impacts. In addition, the position holder will be responsible for training country M&E staff, project managers and country technical coordinators on PReS+ management and reporting processes to ensure adequate use of the project results database. He/she will be responsible for generating quarterly bulletins for each country summarising project-specific progress (against targets) as well as overall progress of strategic objectives.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field
  • Demonstrable experience in programme monitoring and results measurement with ability to write log frames, translate log frames into project monitoring practice (i.e. through the development of tools and practice) and manage oversight processes
  • Extensive experience of DHIS2 and/or other data management platforms

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