Job Title: National Individual Contractor for the implementation, monitoring, data management and reporting of the FGM Programme
Contract type: Consultant
Duty Station: Abuja
Categories: Child Protection
How can you make a difference?
1.Assist in the development of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) System in accordance with donor requirements and programme needs.
2.Assist in the validation and development of quantitative and qualitative monitoring tools, as well as the design of data collection procedures.
3.Coordination of the submission of narrative reports from programme implementing partners, as well as the development of quarterly and annual donor reports.
4.Coordination of the use of monitoring tools to track programme performance in accordance with the Theory of Change and the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Plan.
5.Support oversight, capacity building and guidance to implementing partners in the areas of implementation of UNJP activities under Year 1 & 2 Workplan, M&E and reporting for results to scale and impact for children, especially as it relates to the Movement for Good
6.Participate in field visits to supervise and monitor joint programme activities at the field level.
7.Coordinate the analysis of monthly programme monitoring data and compile quantitative and qualitative monitoring results in Monitoring Reports.
8.Work with the UNFPA M&E focal point to manage the Data for All (DFA) platform, a web-based data management tool for the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on FGM.
9.Submission of monthly progress report with multimedia materials, case studies and human-interest stories
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
- Master’s degree in social/behavioural sciences (Health Education, Community development, Sociology, Anthropology).
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience but candidates with longer years of progressively responsible work experience in community mobilization and engagement with key community gatekeepers and social development programmes at community level will be preferred.
- Proven skills in partnership building, networking, advocacy, negotiation and organising community dialogues, campaigns and special events around social norm changes especially on ending FGM at community levels would be an advantage.
- Good understanding and experience in the field of social norms, gender and gender-based violence, community dynamics.
- Ability to express clearly and concisely ideas and concepts in written and oral forms.
- Knowledge of issues related to violence against children and child protection is required
- Leadership and participation in previous assignment and in capacity similar or higher than this assignment
- Expertise in community mobilization and engagements, and sociocultural relations in the selected areas.
- Proven ability to work independently
- Analytical, conceptual ability.
- Networking and partnership skills.
- Communication, documenting and report writing skills.
- Fluency in English- and local language of respective state of assignment.
Computer skills, including various office applications and internet navigation skills
Deadline: 06 Oct 2022.
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