Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Advisor (Kyrgyzstan)
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We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of: Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Advisor for an anticipated USAID Kyrgyzstan Bilateral Tuberculosis Activity. This is a five-year project expected to focus on locally generated solutions tailored to the TB response to patients and communities to address the diagnosis, treatment and prevention needs, addressing stigma and discrimination in Kyrgyzstan.
This position is subject to project award and funding.
The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Evaluation Advisor will oversee all aspects of monitoring, evaluation, research and learning of the project; be responsible for the designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems and in communicating the outcomes to stakeholders at multiple levels; design and implement a monitoring and evaluation system to capture project activity relation data/information at the national level as well as district level. The MERL Advisor will also lead processes to review and analyze global and local evidence to inform the establishment of in country priorities for program and policy action.
Lead and ensure the quality of all monitoring and evaluation and knowledge management components of the project
Ensure the integration of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities into all project components
Oversee/lead the collecting, reporting and analysis of data and information on project activities
Ensure timely and complete reporting from in-country executing partners in accordance with approved reporting formats, especially supported health facilities and districts reporting into the national health database and TB reporting formats
Monitor and evaluate progress towards meeting annual work plan objectives and expected outputs, including selecting progress indicators and monitoring progress in meeting them
Assist the Chief of Party in the preparation of work plans and selection of progress indicators, and annual implementation plans, while considering the project’s M&E requirements
Coordinate the preparation of all quarterly progress reports, annual project report, inception report, ad-hoc technical reports, and success stories for USAID funding in line with the required formats
Collect data for the annual M&E plan and use the data to improve project performance
Adapt and implement tools and techniques to improve the quality and use of data for decision making
Compile information on lessons learned and expertise within and outside the project
Participate on behalf of the project in appropriate technical meetings and conferences for knowledge dissemination
Provide support to institutional and human capacity building activities at the regional and local levels for project activities
Masters’ degree in Public Health, Epidemiology or Statistics or another related field
At least 8 years of relevant work experience in monitoring and evaluation in developing countries with USAID projects
Experience developing M&E plans for tuberculosis programs highly preferred
Demonstrated research experience and skills, complemented by experience in collaborating with varying types of partners
Must have extensive knowledge in collaboration, learning, and adapting concepts for health projects
Must have exceptional communications and presentation skills, fluency in the English and local language, strong teamwork and effective cross-cultural interpersonal skills
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