As Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Officer you are a creative and forward-thinking individual who supports the development and strengthening of the global Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation (PM&E) system for War Child Holland (WCH), aiming to deliver quality interventions to affected populations. You do this under the guidance of the PM&E Specialist and with colleagues across departments and one of your goals is to promote enthusiasm for data-driven decision-making and contribute to learning. As M&E Officer you do this by developing and supporting the use of the M&E tools necessary for the delivery of high quality programs, including digitalization of M&E processes and conducting analysis at a global level. You also support the development, training, roll out and running of an updated Global Monitoring Framework (GMF) package based on learning from internal feedback on tools, sector practice/research and an organization-wide consultation of data needs.
As M&E Officer you are part of the Program Quality team and you report to the Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist. This role is based in in War Child Holland’s office in Amsterdam.
- Contribute to creating a centralized library of electronic data collection tools (i.e. using KoBoToolbox or similar) and automated process options for scoring and analysis of tools
- Extract and analyze relevant data at a global level and prepare reports
- Prepare infographics, data visuals and other communication tools
- Facilitate engagement and collaborative projects with M&E colleagues via various communication channels (i.e. using Work Place, Microsoft Teams etc.)
- Support the review and improvement of all aspects of the organizational GMF package, including:
- Analyze feedback on GMF tools as a basis for an updated desk review of existing tool alternatives per thematic area
- Conduct research on and take part in developing data collection tools, particularly qualitative and participatory options to complement the existing set of tools
- Update the GMF guidance, tools and scoring/analysis templates based on revision
- Conduct training on updated GMF package for all M&E staff online or in person
- Organize and co-facilitate a Global M&E workshop
- Participate in assessments related to Quality Assurance and global evaluations as needed
- Represent War Child as needed in external and networking events.
- Academic background in Data Analytics / Science, Economics, Econometrics, IT, Applied Mathematics, Statistics or equivalent
- Minimum 3 years of work experience in Data Analysis, Knowledge Management, IT, M&E or similar
- Knowledge of performance measurement, indicator setting and developing related plans strongly preferred
- Experience in varied evaluation methods, tool development and facilitation
- Familiarity with aid sector preferred, transferable skills from a different sector will be considered
- Demonstrated experience using open source tools such as KoBoToolbox, ODK Collect, and knowledge of PowerBI or similar a strong advantage
- Experience using statistical packages (Stata, SPSS) preferred
- Advanced knowledge and use of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Analytical and critical thinker with problem solving skills / solution-oriented, a team player, proactive
- Strong communication skills and a great sense of humor
- Fluent in English, knowledge of Arabic, French or Spanish preferred
- Fully support War Child’s mandate and mission
- Willingness to travel
- Available for 32 hours per week.
- EU resident or in possession of EU work permit.
- Salary range from €2707 to €3366 gross per month, based on 40 hours per week (the exact step determined by the years of your relevant working experience)
- 26 vacation days (based on 40 hours per week), plus 2 additional free days
- A pension scheme fully paid by War Child
- An NS Business Card (2nd class) for your home-work commute
- Monthly mobile phone contribution of € 25,-
- Possibility to follow training and/or courses and attend War Child’s events
- Pleasant working conditions, good atmosphere, great colleagues and of course the meaningful purpose of our work!
War Child is a dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our office, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused, and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child Holland offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace in Amsterdam.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before 31 May 2020. Make sure to upload your English CV (maximum of two pages) and cover letter by using the following hyperlink:
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