Monitoring in Non-Permissive Environments Specialist, USAID/Philippines Evidence-Driven Collaborating, Learning and Adapting, Manila/Mindanao, Philipp
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Monitoring in Non-Permissive Environments Specialist, USAID / Philippines Evidence-Driven Collaborating, Learning and Adapting, Manila / Mindanao, Philippines

Proposal Summary :

USAID / Philippines intends to issue a five-year project that will help the mission effectively practice and lead collaborating, learning and adapting (CLA).

The project will generate evidence from monitoring, evaluation and research related to the implementation of the mission’s Country Development Cooperation Strategy (2019-

2024). The activity will integrate learning into mission staff culture, systems and processes. Rigorous meta-analysis and dissemination of lessons learned will be required to shed light on the U.

S.-Philippines’ partnership and adaptive management requirements in the journey to self-reliance. This is an anticipated $25 million project scheduled to start in October 2019.

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Position Summary :

The Monitoring in Non-Permissive Environment (NPE) Specialist will serve as the primary overseer of all third-party monitoring work in NPEs.

Working closely with the Senior M&E Specialist, s / he will collaborate with USAID staff to determine monitoring priorities for activities that USAID staff are unable to visit due to security visits.

Responsibilities :

  • Responsible for designing and recommending appropriate approaches and methods to fulfill monitoring needs.
  • Serve as the lead for the majority of the third-party monitoring site visits, data collection, data analysis and reporting.
  • Work closely with implementing partners who operate in NPEs to strengthen their capacity to effectively collect data.
  • Qualifications :

  • Master’s degree in a social science, development studies or related field preferred.
  • Three (3) years of experience with M&E of donor funded projects or other data collection efforts in complex developing country environments.
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and counterparts.
  • Experience with USAID, Millennium Challenge Corporation or The Asian Development Bank preferred.
  • Experience working on development programs in the Philippines or in the region is desirable.
  • Fluency in English with excellent written and oral communications skills.
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