Bachelor’s degree in International Development, Project management, Disaster Management, Statistics or closely related fields, with specialized training in monitoring and evaluation, or a combined professional qualification and sound experience
A minimum of 4 years of direct, “hands-on” working experience in building and operating monitoring and evaluation of projects/programs.
Humanitarian programme experience with international NGOs or other international organizations as well as understanding local languages.
Experience data capturing for humanitarian and development work in the contexts that range from emergency to development.
Excellent interpersonal skills and verbal and written communications skills.
Strong Team working skills
Flexibility in tasks undertaken and exposure of working in ASAL areas.
Ability to work under pressure and deadline
Good report writing skills, strong writing and communication skills and analytical abilities, particularly in the areas of learning, and capacity development/transfer.
Excellent working knowledge of computers. Knowledge of Access databases an advantage.
Able to take initiative and exercise sound judgment.
Ability to manage multiple tasks in an effective, pro-active and timely manner