International Medical Corps (IMC) is a global, humanitarian, non-profit
organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through
health care training, relief and development programs.
1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a
private, voluntary, non-political, non-sectarian organization.
International Medical Corps has been operating in Nigeria since November
2013. It currently has its country office in Abuja and field offices in
Kano, Sokoto and Maiduguri where it is implementing emergency Water,
Sanitation, Hygiene (WASH) and Protection programs, and also building
capacity of local health systems and structures, ensuring the provision
of quality, accessible Nutrition and Health Care.
International Medical Corps is therefore looking for a suitable
candidate to fill the position to be based in its Maiduguri Office:
Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
- The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (MEO) is responsible for
the overall planning and implementation of monitoring all activities and
outputs of the active projects in Borno. In consultation with
supervisor the MEO will undertake training responsibilities to equip the
local government, partner organizations and community level
staff/volunteers to undertake monitoring tasks.
- The MEO will contribute to efforts in outcome evaluation; and will draft and submit monitoring reports to the M&E Manager.
For closely tracking the project progress the MEO will:
- Apply the output indicators of the project to measure the achievement of each task and objective.
- Conduct monitoring visits to track indicators on all outputs
- Monitor partner organization’s performance on all project activities
- Design and conduct case studies in collaboration with the M&E Manager for projects implemented
- Write monitoring reports and success stories on project interventions, to submit to the M&E Manager.
- Maintain frequent communication with Project Managers to ensure program activities and objectives are communicated
- Assist in the capture of lessons learned and best practices for the response
- Assist staff person responsible for coordinating the development of donor program reports and internal reports
- Collect/collate/analyse data and reports based on already developed templates on a regular basis from the field.
- Plan and conduct regular site visits to objectively observe the
status of project implementation using the developed program supervisory
& monitoring checklist
- Support the M&E Manager with monitoring data and relevant
findings in preparations for the partnership, coordination and review
- Provide training along with the M&E Manager to ensure the
project and partner organization staff as well as the relevant
government staff are capable of undertaking tasks under the project
- Perform other duties and responsibilities as required
Qualifications and Experience
- Bachelor’s and/or Master’s in Statistics, Economics, Public
Health, Epidemiology, Health Systems, or other relevant certifications –
Professional Certification will be an added advantage.
- At least two years of experience in – program monitoring and
evaluation which includes database development and management, remote
monitoring, assessments and situation analysis in emergency settings
- Ability to relate to and motivate local staff effectively
- Creative and able to work with limited resources
- Ability to live and work in insecure environment with rapidly changing security situation
- Team player and strong communication skills, both oral and written
- Proficient in computer applications, especially with MS Word and
MS Excel, MS PowerPoint a plus. In addition, He/She must be able to use
analytical packages like EpiInfo, SPSS and STATA
- Strong English language ability (both written and verbal) and
the ability to produce cohesive, informative reports including both
qualitative and quantitative findings for a range of audiences
- Ability to speak Hausa is desired
- Experience in working with a range of humanitarian donors (e.g.
OFDA, ECHO, UN agencies, etc.) including established/required indicators
- Experience in working as M&E staff , working with program and technical staff, on proposal development and donor reporting
- Experience in M&E positions on emergency response programming is preferred
- Experience in WASH, health, nutrition, GBV and food security programming preferred
- Ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions with limited supervision
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their applications to
the “Human Resource Officer, International Medical Corps” via the email:
- Only Short-listed candidates will be contacted
- Candidates MUST state the position that they are applying for as
the subject of their email, otherwise applications will not be
- Application letter and Curriculum Vitae should be in a single Microsoft Word Document.
Application Deadline 7th December, 2016.