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VMAM Code HTIR000182-7746

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

International Specialist
Port-au-Prince (HTI)
12 months
29 September 2020

Minimum age: 25 years old. Nationals of the country of assignment are not eligible, except the assignments in Headquarters duty stations.

Within the delegated authority and under the supervision of the [insert function] or his/her designated mandated representative(s), the UN Volunteer will:

  1. Support the Senior Programme Manager in lead the development and strengthening of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) systems, including learning and accountability and generation of reliable data for results-based management of the emergency unit overall and to strengthen project implementation.
  2. Support the development of new project proposals, including development of logical frameworks, setting realistic and gender-sensitive indicators and targets;
  3. Regularly update monitoring performance measurement with COVID-19/Shelter/NFI/DRR staff, such as quality benchmarks and indicator and performance tracking for IOM and partner’s projects.
  4. Undertake and oversee regular field monitoring and evaluation visits with field staff and in coordination with the Senior Programme Manager to ensure technical and operational compliance and timely execution of projects vis-à-vis approved plans and targets.
  5. Support sound ethical and methodological design and implementation approach for KAPs surveys as well as PDM and monitoring plans, ensuring that gender sensitivity and gender analysis is integrated.
  6. Lead on quantitative data analysis and report writing for the unit’s assessment, KAP surveys and others surveys related to the behavior change strategy;
  7. Establish and management of community-based complaint-response mechanisms in areas where interagency mechanisms are not functional, including working with IOM PSEA focal points to ensure safe handling of SEA reports.
  8. Support project management with the preparation of timely Donor Reports to ensure compliance with key programme indicators and objectives.
  9. Prepare external evaluations and conduct internal performance and impact evaluations and other accountability reports as required; including draft of analysis of the findings and recommendations.
  10. Support the development of improved information management systems within the office;
  11. Support the Senior Programme Manager in identifying the relevant information requirement of the Working Group partners and facilitate information sharing among stakeholders.
  12. Support the Working Group Coordinator in all information gathering and coordinating information collection process including monitoring and analysing of data.
  13. Participate in the analysis of data as well as visualization (such as mapping, gap analysis, infographic, etc) and reporting to Working Group partners.
  14. Regularly engage and represent the Shelter/NFI/DRR/Protection Working Group in the Information Management Working Group and the Assessment Working Group.
  15. Elaborate and maintain the Shelter Working Group information management and mapping tools, including but not limited to Working Group website, 4W, dashboard, snapshot and presence and intervention tracking as required.
  16. Liaise with humanitarian stakeholders and relevant government counterpart on behalf of the Shelter Working Group as required. Maintain contact with appropriate partner agencies when basic or special needs are identified.
  17. Perform such other duties as may be assigned.
Bachelor degree or equivalent
  • Universitys degree or equivalent in Development, Management, Political or Social Sciences or a related field from an accredited academic institution with two years of relevant professional experience, or;

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Development, Management, Political or Social Sciences or a related field from an accredited academic institution with four years of relevant professional experience

24 Months
  • At least two years’ work experience (or four years for candidates with first level of university degree) in Monitoring and Evaluation;
  • Ability to design and develop Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Accountability strategy, methodologies and tools;
  • Demonstrated previous experience establishing and managing robust complaint-response mechanisms;
  • Ability to consolidate information from multiple sources and write timely and succinct information analysis and report writing;
  • Knowledge of digital data collection platforms and methodologies;
  • Excellent computer skills: excellent knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and email/internet software, statistical analysis packages;Good skills in training and capacity building in M&E;
  • Knowledge of Access database is an advantage;
  • Previous experience emergency monitoring activities;
  • English(Mandatory), Level - Fluent
  • French(Mandatory), Level - Fluent
Emergency response, immediate relief operations, and post-conflict humanitarian aid operations

Delivers on set objectives in hardship situations

Effectively coordinates actions with other implementing partners

Works effectively with local authorities, stakeholders, beneficiaries and the broader community to advance country office or regional objectives

Emergency or Crisis

Works effectively in high pressure, rapidly changing environments

Coordinates actions with emergency response actors and making use of coordination structures

Supports adequate levels of information sharing between internal units, Working Group partners, IOM and other emergency response actors

Establishes and maintains effective relationships with implementing partners

Makes correct decisions rapidly based on available information.


Accountability, Client Orientation, Commitment and Motivation, Commitment to Continuous Learning, Communication, Creativity, Leadership, Managing Performance, Planning and Organizing, Professionalism, Technological Awareness, Working in Teams

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Application deadline: 29-Sep-2020 at 23:59hrs, Germany time zone