Posted on :
27 Sep, 2016
27 Sep, 2016
IMA believes all people are children of God and thus deserve to lead healthy and productive lives.
Our vision of health, healing and well-being for all is based on the Christian call to serve one another.
The founding members of IMA, Protestant Churches and church-based organizations, chose to be intentionally ecumenical to provide health services and to build healthy communities around the world.
We can do more together than alone; that spirit of joint action remains foundational to IMA today.
IMA believes the core ecumenical imperatives are unity and respect for all faiths and traditions.
IMA World Health is also seeking applications for a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Advisor for an anticipated DFID-funded violence against women and girls (VAWG) opportunity in Ghana.
Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor
• S/he will provide oversight to coordinate the monitoring of the programme to ensure that key activities are being implemented efficiently to achieve the intended results. The M&E Advisor will report directly to the programme Team Leader.
• Provide technical assistance on organisation and programmatic improvement in robust M&E best practices.
• Develop robust meta-evaluations on key topics.
• Provide on-going support to strengthen PVAAG programme level monitoring and evaluations.
• Provide high-level M&E support and capacity-building to DFID staff and other stakeholders.
• Support design of appropriate indicators.
• Communicate findings to a wide range of relevant development partners and stakeholders.
• Develop technically sound findings, recommendations, lessons learned reports and findings.
Qualification Required & Experience
The position requires a competent and experienced person with the following attributes:
• Master’s degree in a relevant discipline (PhD strongly preferred).
• Demonstrated experience in high-level, strategic M&E and strong technical expertise in evaluation methods, including innovative and best practices for robust analytical methods and analysis.
• Proven experience in evaluating complex climate change projects and climate change funding streams, defining lessons learned and recommending strategies for improvement.
• Prior experience working on DFID-funded projects preferred.
• Experience working with multiple stakeholders and clients in a results-based manner.
• Excellent writing and presentation skills.
• Strong interpersonal, leadership, and facilitation skills.
• Ghanaian nationals are highly encouraged to apply.
How to Apply for The Job
All interested parties should send their resume to the following email address:
Closing Date: 26 October, 2016