Country: Philippines
Organization: Action Against Hunger USA
Closing date: 18 Mar 2022

Duration : 6 months – for pooling
Start date : 01-Apr-2022

You’ll contribute to ending world hunger by …

Providing support in setting up an overall M&E framework/system for the Emergency Project and be responsible for all M&E related activities, including collection, analysis relevant data and reporting on MEAL.

Key activities in your role will include

Objective 1: Project cycle management – M&E

Support in the planning and developing of M&E system and tools in coordination with thematic specialists and in line with approved project documents
Facilitate the collection of baseline and endline data and ongoing data collection and analysis and M&E reporting, including other project related surveys as required
Ensure that Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning results (ex. community feedback, reflection sessions) are used for continual programme improvement
Develop and use knowledge management tools in project management and recommends revisions to project indicators and milestones as appropriate
Extract and analyse relevant findings from project updates/reports/studies for their implications to programming and disseminates these to appropriate audiences in reader-friendly formats
Lead and develop ToR for external evaluation and program reviews planned under the project and ensure timely completion of evaluation and quality reporting
Review and provide feedback on monitoring data submitted by the project

Objective 2: Learning and Accountability

Help design gender, age and ability friendly community-based feedback mechanisms in collaboration with community members, including a system to effectively and confidentially manage complaints
Lead in the gathering, sharing, consolidation and dissemination of lessons from community members, LGUs and relevant stakeholders
Share information in age, gender and culturally appropriate formats (internal and external, including with beneficiaries) to promote transparency throughout all stages of project implementation
Develop and implement systems and plans for enabling active and meaningful beneficiary engagement and participation across all stages of the project
Provide project data/information to Consortium Coordinator on agreed schedules
Gather information and document evidence-based good practices, lessons learned for programming and advocacy
Design and conduct studies, assessments, and learning activities in coordination with project team and Consortium Coordinator

Objective 3: Reporting

Prepare monthly M&E report and ad-hoc M&E report as requested by the Consortium Coordinator
Ensure timeliness collection, analysis of monitoring data, and archiving of supporting document, reports and assessment/surveys such as Source of Verifications (SoVs) and justification final reports

Objective 4: Representation and Coordination

Timely update on M&E progress
Participate in meetings with the relevant stakeholders and consortium partners as needed and requested by the Consortium Coordinator
Develop and maintain good relationships with key project partners, LGUs and communities
Ensure relevant project information are shared with stakeholders and partners in coordination and consultation with Consortium Coordinator
Participate in the program review and coordination meetings as requested by the Consortium Coordinator

Objective 5: Managing of project-specific Admin, HR, and Logistics matters

Ensure the application of Action Against Hunger’s Log Kit forms and procedures pertaining to the supply chain, developing PPP, procurement, transportation etc (Only related to AAH’s M&E related budget and activities)
Comply with HR policies and systems established in Action Against Hunger’s PH Mission
Ensure AAH’s admin and finance procedures are followed (Only related to AAH’s M&E related budget and activities)

Objective 6: Safety and Security

Respect the Security rules of Action Against Hunger and coordinate with the designated Base Security Officer and Consortium Coordinator
Report any security or other incidents in the field that may interrupt project activities directly to designated Security Officer and Consortium Coordinator

Do you meet the profile required criteria?

Technical Knowledge:

MEAL systems management – Able to assess; design/plan; and implement participatory and inclusive MEAL frameworks and mechanisms that are able to adapt and evolve based on programme progress
Participatory management – Able to involve staff, partners, and communities (girls, boys, men, women and marginalized groups) in participatory and inclusive monitoring
Advocacy – Builds ownership and support for the project and promotes learning to stakeholders. Is able to use community feedback and input to inform programming and ways forward for the project and learning pieces.
Conflict Resolution – Correctly identifies the causes of conflict and fosters joint problem-solving using effective negotiation and mediation skills.
Solutions- result -focused – Designs user-friendly tools and guides, effectively analyses information, and provides effective and quality-assured solutions.
Writing Skills – Writes clear, effective, and gender-aware reports. This includes designing report templates and guides (with participation of project staff); coordinating reports preparation; processing and consolidation of project data and reports.
Understands WASH systems, laws in the country
Previous exposure and experience in assessment, monitoring, or evaluation of projects.

Minimum of 2 years’ experience in monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning, ideally in the context of WASH, emergency response and/ or in rural development sector
At least three years of humanitarian experience and/or in WASH project implementation/programming
Excellent English and Filipino speaking and writing skills required.
Good knowledge of MS Office package.
Valuable prior experience in issues related to the promotion of gender equality or personal commitment to gender equality.

Our remuneration package:

Compensation: based on Action Against Hunger’s salary grid
Benefits: health insurance, accident and life insurance, leave entitlement, government-mandated benefits
Project-based Employment

How to apply:

Interested candidates meeting the requirements should apply to the link provided below on or before 18 March 2022.**

https://employ.acf-e.org/index.php/positions/view/6124

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview by the HR Department.

Note. – Given the urgency of this position, the vacancy may close on or before the deadline.

Action against Hunger provides equal opportunities to candidates regardless of their origin, nationality, race, gender, regional and sexual orientation. This vision aims to integrate equal treatment and opportunities among females and men in all HR processes and policies within the organization.

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