Duty Station: Headquarters/Kampala
To implement systems for monitoring and evaluating all AAlU's projects; document and share information and knowledge in line with ALPS, national and local rights programme strategies and monitoring framework.
Key Result Areas:
Support the development of rolling participatory baselines for local and national rights programmes in line with ActionAid M & E strategy;
Support the local rights programmes to compile and update rights and entitlement registers
Support the national and the local rights programmes to develop performance indicators to include empowerment Indicators, advocacy indicators, partnership indicators and other performance indicators;
Train staff, partners and community intermediaries (community change makers) in participatory right based M and E;
Contribute to development and implementation of the National Monitoring Framework in line with CSP IV;
Collect, validate and enter local and national rights programme data into the Management Information System (MIS) and share aggregated information from it with different departments/units;
Support the local and the national rights programmes to ensure their Alps Tracker records are up to'-date;
Facilitate participatory review and reflection processes for the local rights programme and partners;
Take lead in documentation of learnings, good practices and compiling reports for all projects,
Compile periodic M and E reports for AAUI including the six monthly key performance indicators (KPIs).
Carryout routine filed monitoring of local and national rights programmes.
A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in either Development Studies, appropriate Social Science discipline or any other related field with at least 2-3 years relevant experience from reputable organization. A post graduate qualification in Monitoring and Evaluation will be an added advantage.
How to apply
Applications should be sent with a CV, cover letter, copies of certified academic documents and contact names and details of at least three (3) referees (one of which must be from the current employer) to:-
The HROD Director,
ActionAid International Uganda,
P.O. Box 676, Kampala
Not later than 10th February 2011.
Applications by e-mail to Vacancies.Uganda@actionaid.org are welcome. We will respond only lo short listed candidates. Whilst all applicants will be assessed strictly on their individual merits, qualified women are especially encouraged to apply. ActionAid International Uganda is an equal opportunities employer.