Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) officer

Democracy International
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Yerevan, Armennia
- Support the collection, analysis, and reporting of qualitative and quantitative data - Provide technical support for the maintenance of project databases, tracking mechanisms and data management mechanisms, including conducting data entry and regular updating - Collaborate with MEL Specialist to implement project MEL plan, including ensuring data consistency, timeliness of MEL activities, and adherence to standard operating procedure and protocols - Support the implementation of pause and reflect sessions, and the -Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) framework in program activities - Develop tools to evaluate and monitor project activities in collaboration with the technical team and grantees - Collaborate with MEL Specialist to provide strategic information, respond to data requests and ensure effective data visualization - Support the program’s sub-grant component, including the implementation of MEL plans, activities, and tools and the submission of MEL-related deliverables - Help with ensuring data quality assurance and leading data verification activities - Assist with documenting best practices, lessons learned, and project processes to support project learning agenda and knowledge management - Contribute to reporting drafting, grant supervision, and activity implementation, as needed - Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief of Party or Deputy Chief of Party
Required Qualifications
- Relevant Bachelor's or Master's degree in Social Science or with at least 3 years of relevant professional experience - Strong background in qualitative and quantitative research strategies, data collection, data entry, and data analysis - Experience with performance monitoring and evaluation of development programs - Minimum of 3 years of experience in social protection, democracy, and governance, or related technical areas - Experience working with data management and analysis software such as SPSS, SAS etc. - Strong attention to detail, self-starter attitude, and flexibility - Proficiency with Microsoft Excel - Familiarity with international donor regulations and procedures, ideally with USAID programs - Strong writing and verbal skills - Strong interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate and work with a wide range of stakeholders - Professional fluency in English is required - Previous experience of working on donor-funded projects is desirable
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