Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Coordinator - The Partnership to Accelerate Stunting Reduction in Indonesia (PASTI) Project - Papua

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Wahana Visi Indonesia is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to work and collaborate to empower the most vulnerable children, family and community through community development, advocacy, and emergency response for sustainable transformation regardless of religion, race, ethnic or gender.

Since 1998, Wahana Visi Indonesia has carried out various community development programs focusing on children. Hundred thousands of children in Indonesia have been benefited from WVI’s accompaniment program. Wahana Visi Indonesia is a trusted partner of World Vision International.

Key Responsibilities:

The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Coordinator is responsible for planning, monitoring, evaluation, and learning that contributes to the achievement of PASTI Project objectives. The MEL Coordinator will also ensure that all monitoring and evaluation process are in alignment with the Program Quality, Impact and Evidence Building, Program Accountability Framework and Collaborating, Learning and Adapting Framework. This position is expected in supporting the project team to demonstrate the impact of PASTI Project implementation.

Strategy Development & Planning

  • Provide technical support of the preparation of Activity Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (AMEL) Plan, include to lead the development of annual PITT.
  • In close collaboration with MEL Team, develop monitoring and evaluation plan.
  • Facilitate cross-cutting theme integration into program monitoring and evaluations.

Data Collection and Analysis

  • Coordinate the monthly project or activity data collection, compilation and analysis.
  • Coordinate other monitoring activities as required.
  • Support the development of data collection tools and methodology.
  • Support quality assurance of data and information collected by the program.
  • Conduct interviews or research, including setting up operational arrangements as required.
  • Support the management of the program’s information system, in particular data or information related to program/project performance results.
  • Liaise with program staff and key partners to gather information related to program activities, for example program stories, counter trafficking / justice sector data.
  • Collate and analyse information to support effective program performance monitoring and reporting.
  • Manage and implement agreed activities as scheduled.

Capacity Building

  • To build the capacity of MEL Officer in program monitoring, evaluation and learning methodologies.
  • Develop and test contextually appropriate models to monitor, evaluate and learn documenting and disseminating lessons learned.
  • Provide technical advice for MEL Officer to train partner community groups in monitoring, evaluation and learning to build their capacity for management of local initiatives.
  • Participate in practitioner networks / working groups, as agreed with the MEL Manager, to ensure ongoing learning on good practices & sectoral standards relevant to assigned projects

Reporting and learning

  • Document and disseminate key lessons and strategies to appropriate stakeholders.
  • Coordinate internal reporting activities (e.g. monthly, semi-annually and annual) and support quality assurance of reports.
  • Support the program’s review and reflection activities, including operational arrangements as required.
  • Assist program team to understand the value of evidence-based reporting, the links between donor reporting requirements and quality of progress reporting.
  • Develop and deliver internal reports (monitoring, small research, program stories) as required.

Required Professional Experience

  • Min. 3 years’ experience in monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning work
  • Experience in conducting survey, analyze and survey report is an advantage.
  • Proven track record in project design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and report writing.
  • Knowledge of and experience working with USAID, private sectors, and local government are an advantage.
  • Knowledge of and experience in Nutrition Sector is an advantage

Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification

  • Bachelor degree majoring social development, public health, social studies or any other relevant field.

Preferred Knowledge and Qualifications

  • Strong conceptual understanding in basic MEL functions, including good basic statistic
  • Good understanding of key aspects of development and humanitarian work.
  • Solid computer skills in Excel and online spreadsheet
  • Knowledge and experience on mobile data collection

Travel and/or Work Environment Requirement

  • Ability to travel frequently within Project Locations (Mimika, Asmat, and also Nabire)

WVI implements a Safeguarding Policy as a form of our commitment to protect children and adult beneficiaries. WVI has zero tolerance towards incidents of violence or abuse against children or adults, including sexual exploitation or abuse, committed either by employees or others affiliated with WVI work and WVI also participates in the Steering Committee for Humanitarian Response (SCHR) Inter-Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme (MDS).

Applicant Types Accepted:

Local Applicants Only

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