Position Title, Location & Contract Duration

Reporting, Documentation & Monitoring Officer - SRH under MEAL Sector for Humanitarian Response Program, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

01 positions, based in Ukhia under Cox’s Bazar Field Office

The duration of the proposed contract is up to December 31, 2019

I.      Job Summary:  

CARE is one of the world's leading international humanitarian and development organisations, committed to helping people in poor communities improve their lives and alleviate poverty. Founded in 1945, CARE is working across 95 countries to fight global poverty and marginalization. CARE has been active in Bangladesh since 1949 being one of the largest country offices of CARE. CARE works to help people achieve social and economic well-being, while being among the best in their fields. In CARE put women and girls at the center of our work because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. CARE Bangladesh is currently shifting towards a program approach, where it has developed longer-term impact visions to have more sustainable changes in the lives of the extreme poor and marginalized.

The Reporting, Documentation and Monitoring Officer will be responsible for monitoring outputs and tracking activities for at least one sector or one program of CARE strategy. The incumbent will be responsible for overall M&E and learning needs and will come up with findings based on real data to show performance of the program. The incumbent will play role in promoting of key learnings for the improvement of the project and for wider leaning of the organization.


II.    Responsibilities and Tasks: 

% of time

Responsibility # 1: Monitoring & Evaluation

30%

  • Collect and record output data to keep project-level database updated with information received from PM on weekly basis.
  • Check quality of data collection at field level with CARE staff, volunteers and partners (output level).
  • Support and train CARE staff, volunteers and partners to use quantitative data collection tools (output level).
  • Contribute to tracking projects and program/sector progress by updating the IPTT (Indicator Progress Tracking Table) and Sector Dashboard each month in preparation for the monthly meeting.
  • Participate to regular monitoring on the technical quality of sectoral interventions to ensure that interventions are implemented in line with (and monitored and evaluated against) CARE’s Humanitarian Accountability Framework, including.
  • The Core Humanitarian Standard.
  • Sphere Standards for WASH, shelter, NFIs and livelihoods.
  • Minimum standards in gender (including the WASH minimum commitments).
  • Provide support to Senior MEAL officer (logistics, data collection, data entry) to conduct various MEAL activities.

 

 

  • Responsibility # 2: Reporting and documentation

30%

  • Compile weekly and monthly report about quantitative data on activities / output.
  • Make sure project documentation is maintained and evidence based in good order in Ukiah office. Maintain both hard copies and soft copies.
  • Validate and provide field data on a regular basis for donor and other external reporting.
  • Support sector team for external sectoral reporting.

 

  • Responsibility # 3: Learning

20%

  • Collect case study and human interest story for learning and communication purposes
  • Document project-level and sector-level learning from field and compile them into monthly learning database shared with Sector Lead and Senior MEAL officer
  • Support arranging lesson learnt workshop.

 

Responsibility # 4: Accountability

20%

  • Participate to regular consultation with affected communities to proactively share general information about interventions, assess participant satisfaction and collect feedbacks
  • Collect feedback and complaint forms from field and enter into Feedback and Complaint Database (weekly)
  • Ensure proper archiving of feedback and complaint forms (hard copy) from Ukiah

 


III. Reporting to:  

Senior MEAL Officer


IV.  Working Condition:  

Based in Ukhiya Team Office under Cox’s Bazar Field Office


  • Qualification:
  • 2 to 3 years experiences in M&E framework development, survey, research, impact assessment and knowledge management.
  • Masters in Statistics, with practical focus on M&E, documentation and project report writing.
  • Familiar with various participatory tools and approaches.
  • High computer skills at MS Office, Excel, MS-Access and SPSS.
  • Very good comprehension of qualitative and quantitative aspects of M&E.
  • Knowledge of ‘community-led approach’, pro-poor local governance, and economic and social empowerment of the extreme poor.
  • Good communication skills in Bangla and English.

VI.  Core Competencies:

  • Practical experience of working in maternal and child health or social development project.
  • Networking and collaboration.
  • Negotiation and strategic decision making skill
  • Working across team units.

Candidates need to be highly motivated and committed to CARE Bangladesh’s vision, mission, and long-term development work to significantly improve the lives of the most vulnerable and marginalized Candidates must be capable of displaying great learning agility, support and encourage knowledge sharing across projects, for the ultimate benefit of all of CARE’s mission wide initiatives.

Compensation
Attractive remuneration package will be offered to the really deserving candidate. In addition, CARE offers Provident Fund, Gratuity, Festival Bonus, Leave Encashment, Life and Health Insurance, Working Mother Benefits etc.

Interested candidates meeting the above requirements should apply through CARE Bangladesh’s e-recruitment site: http://www.er-carebangladesh.org/care-recruitment/home on or before January 09, 2019. 

Note:

  • CARE Bangladesh aims to attract and select a diverse workforce ensuring equal opportunity to everyone, irrespective of race, age, gender, sexual orientation, HIV status, class, ethnicity, disability, location and religion.
  • Women are particularly encouraged to apply.
  • Any personal persuasion/phone-call will result in disqualification of candidature. We guarantee an interview to disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria.
  • CARE Bangladesh has a non-negotiable policy of ZERO TOLERANCE towards discrimination, harassment and abuse. All employees are expected to abide by the Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse & Child Protection Policy of CARE Bangladesh.
  • Internal and external applicants shall be treated equally in the entire selection process.
  • There is no cost involved with applying for positions with CARE Bangladesh. Any solicitation of job application costs should be regarded as fraudulent.