The Strengthening Democracy through Parliamentary Development phase-II project is designed to assist the parliament to strengthen its legitimate role within national governance, enhance its administration, and provide appropriate support for Parliamentarians in discharging their core tasks of executive oversight and law making.
Duties and Responsibilities
He/She will report directly to the Project Manager (NPM) and will be part of the Project Management Unit (PMU). M&E officer will be assisting the NPM in the project work related to donors’ coordination and Civil Society Organization, progress reporting, monitoring and the quality control of inputs from consultants and subcontractors.
The M& E officer, in coordination with the project manager, will be responsible for the following:
§ Understand and follow the UNDP Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines
§ Clarify and respond to the core information needs of central project management, the project review board (or similar body), funding agencies and the cooperating institution/s.
§ Develop the overall framework for project M&E, for example, annual project reviews, participatory impact assessments, process monitoring, operations monitoring and lessons-learned mechanisms
§ Help refine for implementation the project R&R, in the areas of the objective hierarchy, indicators and monitoring mechanisms.
§ Guide the process for identifying and designing the key indicators for each component, to record and report physical progress against the AWP. Also the process for designing the format of such progress reports.
§ Guide the process for identifying the key performance questions and parameters for monitoring project performance and comparing it to targets. Design the format for such performance reports.
§ With stakeholders, set out the framework and procedures for the evaluation of project activities.
§ Based on the AWP and in particular the programme budgets, design the framework for the physical and process monitoring of project activities.
§ Guide staff and implementing partners in preparing their progress reports. Together, analyse these reports in terms of problems and actions needed. Prepare consolidated progress reports for project management to submit to the relevant bodies, in accordance with approved reporting formats and timing.
§ Review monitoring reports, analyse them for impact evaluation and to identify the causes of potential bottlenecks in project implementation.
“Equally Qualified women will be given preference”.