Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Graduate Intern (Matobo): JF Kapnek Trus

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Graduate Intern (Matobo): JF Kapnek Trust
Deadline: 21 October 2018

JF Kapnek Trust is a registered charitable trust, which has been operating in Zimbabwe since 1986. JF Kapnek Trust seeks to improve family health, reduce child mortality and create educational opportunities for children of Zimbabwe through the implementation of scalable sustainable programmes. JF Kapnek Trust is seeking to fill this vacancy in anticipation of funding.

The MEAL intern, reporting to the MEAL Officer will assist the MEAL officer in strengthening the projects MEAL system in Matobo by acting as the MEAL focal person in the district. The Intern will assist the MEAL officer to implement the OVC project in accordance with the JF Kapnek MEAL Policies and Procedures. She/he will participate in any data collection activities as required, periodically monitoring project activities, conduct data entry, analysis and data verification and work together with project team members to ensure the documentation and sharing of quality and accurate project information.

Main Duties
The main task of the intern will be to assist in the primary collection, entry, analysis and storage of data which enables the MEAL officer to generate real time information in line with the MEAL requirements of the OVC programme: Revise and format standardized data collection tools; Assist in creation of data collection training and guidance materials; Assist in the management of project information such as beneficiary data base and projects district level Indicator Performance Tracking Table; Participate in periodic data quality assessments; Participate in data analysis and drafting of related reports and/or presentations; Collaborating with field staff on hard copy and electronic registration of beneficiaries, administering surveys, conducting focus group discussions, and key informant interviews; Assist in documenting successes, challenges, lessons learned and good practices from program implementation

Qualifications, Skills and Experience
A Degree/Diploma in M&E, statistics, Social Work, Agriculture, Development studies or other relevant qualification. Post graduate certificates in M&E will be a distinct advantage; Certificate or Course in social science research methods, monitoring and evaluation, both quantitative and qualitative research methods will be an added advantage; Demonstrable understanding of monitoring and evaluation principles and practices; Knowledge of participatory approaches to data collection; Demonstrated practical knowledge and use of computer skills in MS office Statistical Packages (SPSS, Minitab, Epi Info and Nvivo); Ability to stick to multi task; Innovative and ability to incorporate the use of mobile technology in M&E

To apply
Applicants should indicate the post applied for and the preferred district in the subject line. A cover letter with an up-to-date CV and at least 3 contactable professional references should be forwarded to: jobapplications@ctazim.co.zw Applications will be considered as they are received. JF Kapnek Trust is an equal opportunity employer and committed to upholding the rights of children. The successful candidates will be required to commit to child protection/safeguarding and to be bound by the JF Kapnek Child Protection Policy. People living with disability are encouraged to apply.

Created: October 12, 2018
Category: Ngo, Social Services
Expiry Date: Oct. 21, 2018