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8 Oct, 2011
Monitoring and Evaluation coordinator Job vacancies
The Millennium Villages Project, (MVP) is a joint initiative of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, the UNDP, Millennium Promise (a private philanthropy) and the governments of African countries, including Ghana. The MVP adopts an integrated approach to help populations in severely deprived villages to break the cycle of extreme poverty and realize the Millennium Development Goals. Sectors within which the MVP intervenes include agriculture, infrastructure, environments, health, education and business development among others. In Ghana, the MVP operates in the Amansie West District of the Ashanti Region, and works with a cluster of 30 contiguous villages with an estimated total population of 30,000 people
With support from Savanna Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) and funding from the Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom, a SADA is to be established in parts of the West Mamprusi and Builsa Districts of the Northern and Upper East Regions of Ghana. The project area covers a cluster of contiguous rural communities with an estimated population of 25,000 people.
Unit: SADA Millennium Villages Project
Location: Northern Ghana
A M&E Coordinator is being recruit for the SADA Millennium Villages Project site, to oversee all aspects of monitoring and evaluation.
Specific Responsibilities include:
Terms of offers
MVP offers a competitive salary with an excellent benefits package. The employment contract is for a period of one year with the possibility of renewal. MVP prides itself on its collegial, supportive and gender sensitive working environment and believes that staff diversity promotes excellence. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
Required Skills or Experience
The M&E officer will have the following minimum qualifications:
How To Apply
Applicants should apply by email, sending a cover letter summarizing their relevance to this position, a full C.V. and names and contact information of three referees knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to : [email protected] with copy to[email protected]. ” Application should clearly be marked on the subject line of the mail message. Application will be considered until two weeks from the date of publication.”
Only short- listed applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted.
Closing time 20th October, 2011