M & E Officer at the Nigeria Education Crisis Response (ECR) Project

Nigeria Education Crisis Response is a USAID-funded project aimed at supporting Adamawa, Bauchl, Borno, Gombe and Yobe states to expand access to quality, relevant non-formal education and alternative education opportunities for internally displaced persons (lDP) children, as well as out- of-school children in host communities, aged 6 to 17 at target locations.The Nigeria Education Crisis Response (ECR) Project, is seeking applications from qualified Nigerian Nationals to fill the position below:Job Title: M & E OfficerLocation: BauchiProject Duration: 12 MonthsPosition Starting Date: ImmediatelyReporting: Reports to M&E Advisor-BauchiPosition SummaryThe M&E Officer will, under the supervision of the Senior M&E Advisor, evaluate the results of training interventions; initialize, manage and implement the M&E system for In-country training; ensure all evaluation instruments/methodologies are correctly administered- to obtain quality data, produce written evaluation reports providing clear and concise information on training results In a format and style that can easily and ready use.Primary ResponsibilitiesOversees state implementation of all assessment, including review of assessment tools,-training of data collection teams, conducting data quality spot checks, and review of final assessment report. -Oversees monitoring & evaluation of the success of the program In the state by leading rolling assessment workshops to measure outcomes in access to education, enrollment numbers, and learning outcomes. -Supports the M&E Advisor in developing strategies, tools and resources for project monitoring, and coordinate the use of these In his/her state of assignment. -Experience with program monitoring and data collection (including training staff on data collection).Demonstrated experience evaluating for action.Carry out any other work that may be assigned 

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