Monitoring And Evaluation Officer

Recruiter / Employer: Path
Contract: Contract / Casual
Salary: Confidential
Status: Expired

PATH is recruiting an M&E Officer to support the DMPA-SC Access Collaborative. The M&E Officer will help countries to apply self-injection data to decision-making through improved data visualization and convenings to discuss progress with self-injection scale up and contributions to stronger systems for delivery of quality FP services. The M&E Officer will work closely with the global project M&E team and their Kenya-based PATH colleagues and will report to the PATH Sexual and Reproductive Health Research and Evaluation Manager.

Specific Tasks

  • Provide regional technical assistance with data visualization and data use to partners and MOHs in a wide range of FP 2020 countries scaling up self-injection; will include both reactive and proactive outreach and remote and in-person support;
  • Work with project M&E team and PATH data use/visualization experts to evolve global online data dashboard for key external audiences (e.g., global donors, MOHs, partners)
  • Participate in process of updating data in the project dashboard; assist with quarterly submission of data from at least 20 countries and data quality assurance
  • Plan and facilitate Anglophone M&E discussion groups to facilitate cross-country exchange through the project’s online Learning and Action Network
  • Contribute to development of data use and visualization tools as part of self-injection scale-up toolkit
  • Contribute to the analysis approach for key project Learning Questions, related to the self-injection scale up process in various country settings.
  • Support the development and quarterly update of monitoring reports reflecting global project activities, working closely with the global M&E team.

Required Experience

  • Master’s degree in public health, demography, epidemiology, statistics, or other related discipline, with specific training on monitoring and evaluation.
  • Minimum of 7-10 years of professional experience in monitoring and evaluation, including expertise in developing data visualization tools.  
  • Comfort using Tableau, PowerBI, Alteryx, Excel, DHIS2, and/or other data management and visualization platforms.
  • Knowledge of sexual and reproductive health in the context of low resource settings.
  • Effective group facilitation and oral presentation skills, including exceptional PowerPoint skills.
  • Effective written communication skills (reports and papers).
  • Strong organizational skills with a high level of attention to detail.
  • Ability to build effective relationships with internal and external partners.
  • Demonstrated ability to work across global teams, programs, departments, and time zones.
  • Proven ability to mentor, coach, and train through a variety of methods including online, face-to-face, or blended learning opportunities.
  • French language proficiency preferred.
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