BACKGROUND: The humanitarian situation in Libya has deteriorated since the 2014 civil war. According to the United Nations 2018 Humanitarian Needs Overview, 1.1 million people require lifesaving humanitarian assistance and protection, including an estimated 170,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs), 401,000 migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, and 376,000 vulnerable host community. In September 2016, the IRC launched an emergency program in Misrata, Libya that provided medical care, medicines, and medical supplies in hospitals and primary health care centers (PHCCs). Since then, the IRC has expanded its programming to also include the provision of GBV prevention and response services and protection monitoring. The IRC’s programming has also been further expanded to Sirte and Tripoli. The IRC envisages a humanitarian program in Libya targeting refugees, migrants and other war affected populations, with interventions designed to save lives and relieve humanitarian suffering, with a focus on health care and protection services.
The M&E Officer will report to the Field Coordinator and assist with the implementation of the field office’s M&E plan, including monitoring and capacity building of staff. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in monitoring and evaluation and data collection preferably with expertise in women’s rights, gender-based violence, general protection and/or health programming.
JOB OVERVIEW/SUMMARY: The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer will be part of the Tripoli field office structure, providing oversight of M&E activities for all activities based out of the Tripoli office. The M&E officer will participate in a wide range of data collection activities at the field level, aimed at tracking the progress and performance of all health and protection interventions (e.g. spot checks, focus group discussions, post-distribution monitoring surveys). S/he is responsible for the overall data collection, monitoring and evaluation of program activities and analysis of reported data to inform programming.
Develop monitoring and evaluation tools to ensure quality tracking of project output and outcomes, including tools to assess impact of activities and beneficiary satisfaction, in line with GBV guiding principles of safety, confidentiality, respect and non-discrimination
Assist the program managers in the development and maintenance of ICT beneficiary tracking tools and beneficiary databases, according to disaggregation of data required by donor agreements
In collaboration with the program coordinators and managers, and Tripoli-based M&E manager, develop M&E plans at the outset of new projects and as part of proposal development
Develop and adapt weekly and monthly quantitative and qualitative reporting tools and provide support to field-based staff in their use
Analyze assessment data, based on the analysis plan and produce statistics and charts and ensure the results feed meaningfully into program design and reports
Provide regular updates and analysis of data to the program coordinators and managers to assess progress and suggest adaptations of the program
Respond to queries by donors and partners on number of beneficiaries reached and other quantitative indicators
Participate in the planning of focus group discussions, including question design and beneficiary selection
Conduct spot checks of health and protection field activities, at different stages of the program implementation: meetings with local stakeholders, information sessions, focus group discussions, referrals, during implementation and as needed
Assist the IRC’s Tripoli-based program teams in verifying the accuracy of data collected at all stages of the program
Conduct regular visits to project implementation sites to support and build the capacity of the Tripoli-based team in use of M&E tools and ICT tools for monitoring (e.g. tablets) to collect data and analyze findings
Draft and submit reports of each field visits on a timely basis
Other duties as assigned by the supervisor to enable and develop IRC programs
KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:
Position Reports to: Tripoli Field Coordinator
Position directly supervises: N/A
Indirect Reporting: M&E Manager
Other Internal and/or external contacts:
Internal: Program coordinators and managers, grants
Bachelor of Arts or Science in Social Science, Economics, Statistics, Computer Science, or related field
1-2 years of experience developing and maintaining M&E systems and tools
Demonstrated experience and capacity in conducting field-level data collection and some experience in data analysis
Previous experience in drafting reports
Strong computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Access.
Demonstrated experience working with ICT tools to collect and analyze data
Previous experience in mentoring and coaching team members
Strong ability to work independently, organize work, meet deadlines, maintain composure, prioritize work under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks and maintain attention to detail
Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills, creativity and flexibility
INGO experience preferred
Clear understanding of gender inequality, and issues surrounding violence against women and girls
Experience of working with ODK/Kobo Toolkit, RapidSMS, GIS, etc preferred
Fluency in English and Arabic required
Email your CV to Libya.Recruitment@rescue.org indicating in the subject the position title. Last date for application will be July 23, 2018.
ارسل سيرتك الذاتية إلى Libya.Recruitment@rescue.org مع الإشارة إلى عنوان المنصب في موضوع الرسالة. سيكون آخر موعد لتقديم الطلبات هو 23 يوليو 2018.
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