Coffey has a 40 year history in successfully delivering international
development projects on behalf of donors right around the world,
including Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, USAID and
the UK’s Department for International Development.
Our people work
side by side with local partners to support stability, economic growth
and good governance, positively changing people’s lives.
Coffey International is recruiting to fill the job position of:
Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant
Job no: 494870
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Work type: Contract
Categories: International development
Duration: As soon as possible to December 2017
- Coffey International Development is managing a five year project
in Nigeria to facilitate improvements in the performance and
inclusiveness of the wholesale and retail sector. The Growth and
Employment in States (GEMS) programme, a joint initiative of DFID, the
World Bank and the Federal Government of Nigeria is targeted at four
states of Nigeria: Kano, Kaduna, Lagos and Cross River, but as with
other components, work in the wholesale and retail component will
expand beyond these states where impact can be maximised. In the case
of this component, work may be required in the trading centres of Aba
and Onitsha (in Abia and Anambra states, respectively).
- Like the wider GEMS programme that it comprises, GEMS4 will use
a Making Markets Work for the Poor (or M4P) approach to diagnose the
problems and inefficiencies within the sector and design interventions
that facilitate systemic change. The project will work to build local
capacities and change market incentives so that the sector better
meets the long-term needs of the poor, including women across the
- The core purpose of the position is to work with the Planning
and Results Manager (PRM) to ensure effective monitoring and evaluation
of all aspects of the programme delivery. The position holder will
report to the PRM.
- The aim of this role is to provide timely and accurate data for the measurement of programme impact and value for money.
- The position holder will support the PRM in coordinating
collection of primary and secondary data requirements as deemed
- S/he will also provide assistance in aggregating the results
from the intervention level M&E systems to the level of the overall
- The Monitoring and Evaluation framework for the programme
follows guidance from both Department for International Development
(DFID) and the Donor Committee for Enterprise Development (DCED).
- In practical terms the position holder will work with the PRM to
collect, analyse and interpret data to verify and record progress
towards intervention specific targets as outlined in the Programme Log
- Lead in the preparation and design of M&E templates and
intervention monitoring tools for Intervention managers as requested by
- Support and supervise as appropriate the collection of data from the private sector and other relevant stakeholders.
- Work with the PRM and GIM/IMs in the identification of key
indicators of change at the intervention level and deciding on a robust
measurement and methodology for measuring.
- Support implementation of M&E plan for the programme.
- Contribute to and lead when requested in different sections of the quarterly, annual and other project reports as required
- Assist the PRM with other duties as may be required.
- Support disaggregation of data as required for programme indicators.
- Undertake the analysis and interpretation of data (including
less than perfect data) as required for programme reporting and other
needs as agreed with PRM
- Ensure that all data is disaggregated by gender where appropriate.
- Support and supervise the collection of baseline information /
data for all programme indicators across all selected pilot
interventions as appropriate.
- At least 2 years’ experience of M&E on development projects;
- Eligible to work in Nigeria.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply
Note: Applicants without the required experience will not be considered
Application Deadline 20th October, 2016.