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Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

GIZ assists the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation. GIZ offers demand-driven, tailor-made and effective services for sustainable development worldwide. Our actions are guided by the principles of sustainability. We advocate for human rights, equal opportunities and integrity, and we promote market-oriented, ecological and social economic development.

The GIZ Office in Khartoum is looking for a qualified person to fill the following position:


 No. of Post: 1
 Duty Station: Khartoum
 Closing Date: 03 August 2020


Employment Initiative Khartoum (EIK): Prospects for the future of Refugees and the Local Community

On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the Delegation of the European Union, GIZ will start implementing the Employment Initiative in Khartoum. EIKaims to improve the employment prospects for refugees and the local population and thus contribute to the sustainable development of Sudan. To this end, measures for vocational qualification and employment promotion are being implemented. The offers are directed both at the local population and at refugees and internally displaced persons in Khartoum.


 Duties and responsibilities:

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordination of the project’sM&E in collaboration with the international M&E officer
  • Support in development and implementationof the projects’ web-based, systematic and conflict-sensitive and gender-sensitive monitoring system in consultation with the international M&E officer as well as the Project Leader
  • Supportof quantitative as well as qualitative monitoring to provide relevant data as well as information for the ongoing evaluation of project activities, effects and impacts
  • Drafting and dissemination of formats for the partner monitoring system
  • Collection, processing and drafting analyses of monitoring data


Within these responsibilities, tasks include:

  • Coordination and communication with the international M&E officer
  • Contribution to a systematic and detailed planning of the project’s monitoring (annual work planning and reflection)
  • Contribution to the establishment of the monitoring system in the project
  • Monitoring of all project activities and progress towards achieving the project goals
  • Drawing up of ToRs for specific studies (baseline surveys, need assessments etc.)
  • Safeguarding of a uniform and timely reporting on the required data collected bypartners
  • Visits to the partners to check on progress of data collection and to advice on problem solutions
  • Contributions to the development of the projects’ framework of monitoring; holds reviews / discussions with the project team to identify the feasibility of the monitoring format for implementation and introduces appropriate modification
  • Development and organisation of quality assurance measures, incl. suggestionsof necessary changes, improvements and initiatives
  • Collection, compiling and analyses of quantitative data and qualitative information for the preparation of consolidated progress reports in accordance with the approved reporting formats.
  • Provision ofappropriate input for various project reports including annual reports, and contribution to the other reports and presentation documents required by the project manager and GIZ Head Office
  • Supervision and quality control of reports
  • Provision of training to project staff on monitoring and the web-based monitoring system.
  • Performing other duties and tasks at request  For example translation of data from Arabic to English and vice versa

 Minimum Qualification, Skills and Experience Required:

  • BA /MA/ MSc in Vocational Training, Private Sector Development, Development Studies, Social Sciences, Development Economics or any related field
  • Expertise and experiences with web-based monitoring systems, preferably with an international organization
  • IT-Skills as well as expertise and experiences with the collection and evaluation of quantitative data
  • Experience with integrating gender and inclusion considerations into monitoring processes
  • Knowledge in GIZ’s Results-based Monitoring System (RBM) is a strong asset
  • At least 2- 3 years‘ professional experience in a comparable position
  • Ability to work independently as well as in an international team, take initiative and manage activities concurrently
  • Ability to interact effectively with different stakeholders
  • A substantial understanding of the needs of vulnerable population groups in Khartoum, including the refugee population
  • Good command of English, Arabic and possibly one local language spoken among the refugee population
  • Willingness to upskill as required by the tasks to be performed – corresponding measures are agreed with management

If you do not hear from GIZ until 1-9-2020 your application was not further considered.

To submit your application, send your CV and cover letter in English

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