Monitoring,Evaluation&Reporting Manager At MACA-Calabar

Mothers Against Child Abandonment (MACA) is an independent NGO founded and registered in 2013 by the Wife of the Executive Governor of Cross River State, Her Excellency, Mrs. Obioma Liyel-Imoke (HE). It was however incubated as far back as 2008 in consultations with key stakeholders as an initiative under Partnership Opportunities for Women Empowerment Realization (POWER) – an NGO. It derives its mission from the passion of the Founder/Board Chairperson (HE) for working for the health, protection, and rights of vulnerable children and adolescents based on the strong conviction that the lives of all children no matter the circumstances of their birth and socio-economic background have equal value. MACA therefore aims to help all Nigerian children lead a dignified life free from violence, exploitation and neglect. MACA’s evolution out of POWER as an autonomous entity in 2013 was a major recommendation from the organizational re-engineering and strategic repositioning exercise POWER undertook. Thus, while POWER’s mandate became exclusively focused on economic empowerment of vulnerable women, MACA’s was to be focused on child protection, a broad and quite challenging area of work in the Nigerian context. Its raison d’etre is that every Nigerian child is given the opportunity to survive and thrive in society.

Mothers Against Child Abandonment (MACA) is recruiting to fill the position of:

Job Title: Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Manager

Location: Calabar

Summary of Roles and Responsibilities
The M&E Manager will take the lead in facilitating the development/revision of project logical framework especially in defining hierarchy of objectives, indicators and monitoring mechanisms
Develop the overall framework for annual project reviews, participatory impact assessments, process monitoring, operations monitoring, etc.
Set out the framework and procedures for the evaluation of project activities in collaboration with project team and other key stakeholders
Collaborate with staff and implementing partners on qualitative monitoring to provide relevant information for ongoing evaluation of project activities, effects and impacts
Design the framework for field (physical) and process monitoring of project activities being guided by project budget
Prepare reports on M&E findings as required
Participate in external assessments/evaluations and facilitate team members’ and other stakeholders’ access to M&E data
Take the lead in developing a resource mobilisation strategy in a participatory manner
Work with the team to identify funding opportunities and develop funding proposals
Ensure gender mainstreaming into all M&E instruments, processes and data.
Qualification and Experiences
A University Degree or HND in Statistics, Sociology, Demography, Economics, Computer Science, Geography or other from a recognised institution
A good understanding of rural development especially poverty, gender and child and human right issues
Familiarity with and a supportive attitude towards processes of strengthening local organisations and building local capacities for self-management
Willingness to undertake regular field trips and interact with different stakeholders
Skilled and experienced in resource mobilisation as well as M&E system design, planning and implementation
Proficiency in computer software including MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel and databases as well as use of new media platforms
Computer competence in data analysis software applications such as SPSS and experience in data processing
Strong training skills in M&E development and implementation
Skills in facilitating learning-oriented analysis sessions of M&E data with multiple stakeholders
Strong information analysis and report writing skills
Experience in use of logical framework approach and other strategic planning approaches
At least 5 years hands-on experience and skills in M&E methods and approaches (including quantitative, qualitative and participatory).
Application Closing Date
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