Formal Education Network for Private Schools (FENPS) is looking for qualified person with monitoring and evaluation skills. FENPS is a non-governmental organization registered in Somalia, and was established in 2003 to take a role in addressing the particular needs of especially vulnerable groups in society, for example young girls in general, children belonging to minority groups, internally displaced people, refugees, returnees, the disabled and children from deprived backgrounds, who often lack education, health care, protection and livelihood opportunities. FENPS has a vision of a society where all children have access to quality education and are not subjected to any abuse. Its mission is to uplift children and allow them to grow in confidence, succeed and realize their fullest potential through guidance, education and training in secure and caring environments that are conducive to learning. The aim of FENPS is to provide youth and children with positive values and skills for their personal and national development.
Duration of the vacancy: (Maximum 1 year but can be extended)
§ The monitoring and evaluation officer (M&E) will be responsible for overall monitoring of the project with an emphasis on supporting FENPS to track and report on activities and indicators.
§ The officer will also lead evidence building and knowledge management initiatives and provide support to the Project Coordinator and Education Officer in the evaluation of the project.
§ The monitoring and evaluation officer (M&E) is responsible to monitor periodically the learning and teaching Activities, distribution school equipment and education supplies, control uses of hygiene promotion supplies and check plan of activities developed, mentor teachers, CECs and learners.
§ M&E officer has to maintain updating the number of students who go to 22 schools, take photographs on activities carried out.
§ Follow up report of the activities plan and information related with any irregularity and observations identified,
§ List and specify the sex and age of children per each school and collect daily attendance sheets of the teachers at the end of every month.
§ The M&E is in charge to mentor teachers and head teachers and learners at 22 schools and report monthly the progress and required changes to Project Coordinator and FENPS program Manager.
§ Bachelor Degree or equivalent in Statistic or Education Faculty
§ 3-4 year experience in primary education field
§ Familiar with Education in Emergencies
§ Familiar with data collection and data analysis skills
§ Excellent in English language, Soomaali Language in an asset
§ Excellent in computer software programmes (Ms Word, Ms Excel, Ms Powerpoint, etc.)
§ Can access to all project sites
§ Profound knowledge to the context and values of the project beneficiaries
§ Profound knowledge to cross-cutting issues in education (e. child safeguarding, inclusion children with disabilities in education, etc.)
§ Should have communication and counseling skills
FENPS considers equal employment opportunities for recruiting of both short term and long term employees.
Female candidates are encouraged to apply the vacancy.
The candidates, who fill the above qualifications and requirements, please send your CV with cover letter to email@example.com and copy to firstname.lastname@example.org and state subject of the E-mail “Monitoring and Evaluation Vacancy”. Applications received after 1st December 2019 at 6:00PM, Mogadishu time will not be considered for review. Please kindly note that only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview