Chemonics seeks two Regional MEL Coordinators for the USAID Lishe Mtambuka (Crosscutting Nutrition) project. The five-year project aims to strengthen health and food market systems that promote the adoption of optimal nutrition-related behaviors across a range of stakeholders in targeted regions in Tanzania. We are seeking individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world. Chemonics is hiring two people for these long-term positions, one person will be based in each of the following two regions: Kigoma and Njombe.
- Support data collection in the regions to capture activity performance results
- Ensure MEL files are maintained and organized, and that data is entered into the activity MEL system
- Supports partners and other key stakeholders to review, interpret and formulate practical implications of data and evidence
- Bachelor’s degree in economics, statistics, development studies, monitoring and evaluation, or relevant area
- Eight (8) years of experience in monitoring and evaluation at the local level, especially in the areas of nutrition and health/food systems, WASH, and nutrition governance
- Knowledge of M&E concepts and tools; knowledge of statistical software (SPSS, GIS Mapping, etc.) preferred
- Demonstrated knowledge of USAID MEL requirements and reporting protocols
- Experience in development and implementation of learning agendas, including knowledge management and documentation learning
- Proficient in IT Skills
- Experience with a USAID-funded project preferred
- Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills in English
How to apply
To apply, please submit your CV and application through this link. Applications must be submitted by Friday, February 16th, 2024, however, please submit your application as soon as possible, as candidates will be contacted on a rolling basis. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.
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