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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer Job at Right To Play - Career Opportunity in Ghana
Right to Play 12 Days Ago
Job Category: Data, Monitoring, and Research
Job Type: Full-Time
Deadline of this Job:  05 July 2020
Duty Station: Ghana
Posted: 25-06-2020
Job Status
No of Jobs: 1
Start Publishing: 25-06-2020
Stop Publishing (Put date of 2030): 25-06-2065
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Job Description

Vacancy title:
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer

[ Type: FULL TIME , Industry: Nonprofit, and NGO , Category: Management ]

Jobs at:

Right To Play

Deadline of this Job:
05 July 2020  

Duty Station:
Within Ghana , Accra , West Africa

Date Posted: Thursday, June 25, 2020 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed

Right To Play is a global organisation that protects, educates and empowers children to rise above adversity using the power of play. By harnessing play, one of the most powerful and fundamental forces in a child’s life, we helped 2.3 million children last year to stay in school and out of work, to prevent life-threatening diseases and to stay safe from exploitation and abuse. We are the only global development organization focused exclusively on using play to transform the lives of children and youth impacted by poverty, war, disease and inequality. .

Job Responsibility #1: Data collection related to program progress and program outcomes (35% of Time):
• Coordinates and implements regular monitoring of program outcomes by leading outcome studies at least once a year.
• Utilizes the global monitoring system to track program outputs such as number of trainings conducted and number of program participants.
• Coordinates the required preparations for all ME activities by identifying and preparing participants for samples, testing and translating data collection tools and liaising with schools/communities to secure time/space.
• Implements qualitative (focus groups, interviews, child observations) and quantitative (surveys) tools to collect data with children, youth, leaders, parents, partners and other stakeholders.
• Coordinates access to, and retrieval of, secondary data such as school records, community-level health statistics.
• Identifies innovations and improvements to enhance effectiveness of the global MEL framework and systems.
Job Responsibility #2: Data storage, analysis and reporting (20% of Time):
• Oversees data entry and transcribing processes both for primary and secondary data.
• Conducts data audits and checks data to ensure accuracy in data collection and entry.
• Conducts rudimentary analysis on quantitative and qualitative data such as descriptive analyses and identifying themes and sub-themes.
• Ensures data storage is in line with RTP standards such as confidentiality.
• Develops and submits output, outcome, and evaluation reports to the MEL Specialist.
Job Responsibility #3 Monitoring, evaluation and learning plan for RTP country’s programs (15% of Time):
• Assesses RTP’s global indicators and ME tools for relevance and appropriateness within country’s context and proposes revisions as required.
• Identifies gaps between global indicators/data collection tools and country’s program outcomes and proposes ways to address gaps.
• Support in the development of MEL frameworks for new programs to include indicators, targets, data collection methods and schedules, and analysis plans and regularly reviews MEL frameworks for existing programs to ensure relevancy and effectiveness.
• Supports the planning for mid-term and final evaluations.
Job Responsibility #4: Capacity building for MEL through trainings and systems development (10% of Time):
• Assesses country-level capacity for successful implementation of MEL work including staff skills and knowledge, data entry and data storage systems and develop strategies for increasing capacity.
• Trains data collection enumerators such as Field Facilitators and partner staff on data collection tools and processes.
• Provides workshops as needed on MEL for country staff, partners and stakeholders.
Job Responsibility #5: Supporting and facilitating country planning processes (10% of Time):
• Supports Country Office in developing logic frameworks for new programs and reviewing logic frameworks for existing programs including the identification of appropriate outcomes and SMART indicators.
• In collaboration with other staff in the Country Office, identifies program and decision-making implications of ME findings.
• Develops summary materials and delivers presentations on ME findings to staff, partners, beneficiaries, and/or other stakeholders.
Job Responsibility #6: Supporting the development and strengthening of RTP’s global ME framework (5% of Time):
• Participates in RTP’s global MEL initiatives including ME portal, ME workshops and trainings and consultations.
• Shares ME best practices, lessons learned and other insights with RTP MEL colleagues.
• Maintains regular communications with the Country MEL Specialist.
• Supports other global ME initiatives as required and as agreed to by the MEL Specialist.
Job Responsibility #7: Perform other duties as assigned (5% of Time

Job Skills: Not Specified

Qualification Required & Experience
• Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, development or related discipline.
• Training in Monitoring and Evaluation such as university courses, workshops, certificates.
• 3 years of practical experience developing and implementing monitoring and evaluation frameworks (developing logic frameworks, outcomes, indicators, targets and data collection plans).
• 1 year of practical experience working with social programs.
• 3 years leading and conducting data collection, both qualitative (focus groups, interviews, observations) and quantitative (surveys, statistics review).
• Experience conducting rudimentary analysis for quantitative data (descriptive analysis) and qualitative data (identifying key themes and sub-themes).
• Experience managing data sets (coordinating data entry, ensuring data quality, managing data confidential storage).
• Advanced interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills
• Strong analytical and conceptual skills to think and plan strategically and to identify trends.
• Strong problem-solving skills.
• Ability to work appropriately with a variety of populations and stakeholders, including children, youth, parents, teachers and school administrators, government, and other partners.
• Proven written communication and presentation skills, presenting evaluation findings through a variety of mediums— data visuals (graphs), reports and presentations
• A background in program evaluation methodologies
• Understanding of quantitative and qualitative research approaches and best practices, and of child-friendly data collection methods
• Knowledge of SMART indicators
• A strong working knowledge of issues related to development and humanitarian programming (sport for development, health, education, community development, refugee and internally displaced populations, gender equity, inclusion and advocacy)
• Substantial knowledge of monitoring and evaluation processes for NGO programs
• Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel and Internet
• Ability to work appropriately with a variety of populations and stakeholders, including children, youth, parents, teachers and school administrators, government, and other partners
• Experience designing and leading evaluation or research studies
• Experience conducting data collection with children
• Expertise and experience in training and capacity-building (e.g., developing and delivering workshops, mentoring and supporting colleagues, etc.)
• Expertise and experience in designing data collection tools both qualitative and quantitative
• Experience identifying program implications and recommendations from data findings
• Experience in monitoring and evaluation processes for NGO programs
High level of proficiency in written and oral English

Job Education Requirements: Not Specified

Job Experience Requirements: Not Specified

Work Hours: 8


Job application procedure
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to  and kindly include “Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer” in the subject line.
Closing Date: 05 July, 2020
While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Right To Play provides equal employment opportunities to employees regardless of their gender, race, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation or marital status. We offer a family-friendly environment that allows for flexible work arrangements in order to support staff diversity and ensure a healthy work-life balance.
We are a child-centered organization. Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children in our programs. The successful candidate will be required to provide a satisfactory police record check and vulnerable sector screening as a condition of employment.
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