FEMALE MONITORING OFFICER
Announced Date: 09 Jul, 2019 Expire Date: 22 Jul, 2019
IDS – HAMKAAR
Having well qualitative and quantitates skills of controlling, the incumbent should set client service standards, assess WFP requirements/ principles and ensure that these are met
Specify quality requirements of monitoring toolkits with WFP Area offices
Control the sites either physically or through emails, phone communications and other ways
Undertake regular field trips to ensure timely inspection of monitoring activities and quality control of the services provided to client
Investigate and set standards for quality control of the monitoring activities
Ensure that the monitoring process comply with standards at both WFP and IDS level
Act as a facilitator for change and improvement in performance in order to maximize quality of services provided to client
Represent IDS at the provincial level coordination meetings called by line department, PDMC and NGO/INGO if required
Review and analyze daily, weekly and monthly narrative reports with the Project Manager to identify the causes of potential bottlenecks in project implementation and to enhance quality of reporting
Record, analyze and distribute statistical information when and if required
Keep record of all project related documentations/ files from time to time as required.
Write technical/ management reports and client’s narrative reports
Undertake monitoring missions and food security assessments if required
Perform other related activities as required and requested
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Social Science, Economics, Agriculture or any other related fields.
At least three years of progressively experience in Monitoring & Evaluation, Research/ Survey, Reporting or relevant fields
Language proficiency in both oral and written of English language and national languages (Dari or Pashto) is required
Ability to prepare clear and concise narrative report in English Language required
Ability to travel to the provinces.
Computer knowledge mainly word processing and Excel Spreadsheet is required
Good understanding of and ability to formulate activities at the community level is required
Ability to take direction and comfort working both independently and within a team setting and lead the team
Awareness of gender issues and minimum knowledge of gender mainstreaming techniques.
Ability to communicate both verbal and written in English language and national languages (Dari and Pashto).
Working with WFP projects is preferable
Interested and qualified national candidates can send their applications at the following E-mail ID:
Please submit complete applications including:
1. Current CV, including three reference persons' contact information
2. Letter of application stating the candidate’s motivation, interest and suitability
3. Write clearly in the subject of your e-mail only: Female Monitoring Officer (IDSH-013)
• Submission without proper subject will be discarded from the process.
• Incomplete applications or applications received after the closing date (22/July/2019) will not be given consideration.
• Please note that only applicants who are short-listed will be contacted.