Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Date: November 2020
Apply by: 20 November 2020
Duration: 10 Months with possibility of extension based on performance and funding
Forum Against Harmful Practices (FAHP) is a coalition of 15 national NGOs and CSOs established in 2014 to advocate for the reduction of harmful practices including FGM/C. FAHP established its Secretariat in 2014 (a room in the office of one of the NGOs comprising one member of staff, a laptop and a desktop). So far FAHP activities include media trainings for journalists and district consultations to generate support for the approval of the national strategy. In May 2017, FAHP conducted a series of workshops for Parliamentarians, the Inter-Religious Council of Sierra Leone, the Council of Paramount Chiefs of Sierra Leone, selected Ministry Departments and Agencies on the rationale and methodology for the development of the Strategy. To further build consensus and strengthen support for the approval of the National Strategy, FAHP engaged key stakeholders including Parliamentarians, members of the Inter Religious Council, Council of Paramount Chiefs, and senior policy makers within Ministry Department and Agencies (MDAs) through a series of workshops in November and December 2018
With funding from Irish Aid, FAHP will further its work at the national level to strengthen itself as an Organisation with strong systems in place, advocate for the approval of the national FGM Reduction Strategy and create community level awareness to effect change. FAHP is looking for a strong and passionate candidate to lead this process and to make FAHP a better and sustainable Organisation.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Degree or Diploma in Social Work, Demography, Planning, Measurement/Monitoring & Evaluation, Development Studies, Social Sciences or other relevant field.
At least 3 years’ experience in project monitoring and evaluation in a reputable organisation
Applicant should be able to design tools for data collection, data entry, data analysis in excel and success sheets, as well as in Microsoft word and PowerPoints
He / she should have experience in community based and child friendly monitoring and evaluation practices.
He/she must possess solid report writing skills.
He/she should have the ability to deliver to tight schedules.
He/she should possess good and active listening and group facilitation skills.
Applicant should be able to demonstrate experience as a development professional in monitoring and evaluation
Interested candidates should send in their applications with a cover letter detailing their motivation for this position and copies of most recent CV. Please send in your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hard copies should be delivered to the G2G office, 68 Bai Bureh Road, Kissy.
All applications should be received on or before cob on Friday 20th November 2020.