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Monitoring And Evaluation Advisor

Chiro, Ethiopia

8 Months | Start Date between Aug - Oct 2019

Location Chiro, Ethiopia

Start Date  Aug - Oct 2019(flexible)

Length of Placement 8 Months

Language Requirements English

English Reading: Level 5, Writing: Level 5, Speaking: Level 5

Language Scale: http://www.cusointernational.org/languageratingscale

Open to all nationalities outside of Ethiopia. Applicants must be eligible to obtain an entry visa and work permit for Ethiopia.

Due to funder restrictions, support for accompanying partners/dependents is not available for this placement.

The Volunteer’s Role

 

Are you passionate about helping women of reproductive age and children under five years of age address malnutrition? If so, this role could be for you.

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation Professional to contribute to the GROW Project led by CARE.

As a Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor you will be working closely with CARE and Oda Bultum University in the GROW project to strengthen the M & E tools & systems in West Hararghe Zone (WHZ) through capacity building and system strengthening.

For the duration of your placement you will be located in the town of Chiro where you will support CARE and Oda Bultum staff as well as other volunteers.

Calling on your experience you will help develop supervision and monitoring tools, enhancing the monitoring and evaluation capacity of the GROW project implementing partners.

If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, apply today! Come help address undernutrition by being part of this great initiative in Ethiopia

As a volunteer, you will:

-Support the review of the nutrition-related strategic and operational plan of WHZ Nutrition Coordinating Committee, relevant zonal sector offices, GROW project and Oda Bultum University

-Provide technical support for the development of appropriate nutrition-related indicators

-Support the development of appropriate supportive supervision and M&E tools/checklist

-Assist in the conduct of M&E activities on a quarterly basis and lead the production of M&E reports

-Develop success stories and reports

Essential Academic Qualifications:

MSc. / MA degree in statistics, Economics, Health Informatics, International Development / social sciences, M&E processes

Essential Professional Background:

-At least 2 years’ experience in capacity building for development program management, program monitoring and evaluation using a results-based management system and designing monitoring and evaluation systems

 

About Cuso International and Our Partner

 

Cuso International

Cuso International is a development organization that works to eradicate poverty and inequality through the efforts of highly skilled volunteers, collaborative partnerships, and compassionate donors. We mobilize hundreds of skilled volunteer professionals every year to work with local partners in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada to create positive, lasting change. Established in 1961, Cuso International is dedicated to tackling today’s most important development issues.

 

Oda Bultum University

Oda Bultum University (OBU), found in Chiro Town, was established on 26th of November 2015 as an autonomous higher learning institution. The university currently is running seven different colleges that provide first-degree qualification training in 18 Agriculture and Natural Sciences related field of studies.

Like other public universities in Ethiopia, OBD has three core mandates.

  1. Teaching/Training
  2. Research
  3. Service and Community Engagement.

The University is committed to producing competent and well-equipped graduates with the knowledge, skill, and attitude in all academic programs with different modalities. Besides, the University is also highly soliciting its academic staff to undertake problem-solving research activities. One of the strategies of the University is to link the research findings with teaching and community engagement activities. For these purposes, the University has already identified seven main research thematic areas with 34 sub- researchable themes.

 

Terms and Conditions

 

Cuso International terms and conditions allow you to lead a modest and healthy lifestyle while being effective in your placement. This support package will cover basic living expenses for one volunteer and is not intended to cover home-based expenses (ex. loans, support payments, etc.) or luxury items such as imported items in placement or international personal travel.

 

Support Package

- Modest monthly living allowance (varies depending country)

- Accommodation while in placement

- Return airfare and visa/work permit costs

- Cost of required vaccinations, antimalarial medication, and health insurance

- Pre-departure training and in-country orientation

- Travel and accommodation for reintegration debriefing weekend

- Access to Employee Assistance Program while in placement and upon return

- Travel and accommodation for the pre-departure training course and for in-country orientation (more details below)

- Bonus: Additional return flight home or cash in lieu after 12 months of service for volunteers who extend for another 6 months

 

Pre-departure Training and Briefing

We commit to helping you prepare as best as possible for your placement. As a volunteer, you will have an advisor to support you through the pre-departure process and you will receive essential training as part of your preparation. This training is designed to maximize your understanding of your placement country and culture, help you identify and plan your own learning, and help you stay safe and healthy during your placement.

Overview of pre-departure training:

1.Self-directed briefing with documents and online training provided by your volunteer advisor and external resources

2.Online health briefing

3.Fundraising 101 Webinar

4.Pre-departure Training -Skills and Knowledge for Working in Development (SKWID) course

 

In-Country Training and Learning

As a volunteer, you will receive an In-Country Orientation (ICO) that builds upon pre-departure training. This will be conducted by either the country program office or the supporting partner organization. This normally lasts for 2-10 days (depending on language learning requirements and other factors). In some countries, volunteers will be able to access ongoing language training opportunities. In-Country Orientation equips you with the relevant skills, knowledge, and country-specific information to be successful in your placement. Furthermore, our Country Program Office or local partner will provide you with continuous in-country support throughout the duration of your placement.

 

Residency and Citizenship  

 

Residency

The majority of Cuso International volunteer applicants are residing in Canada at the time of application and during the pre-departure process. Occasionally we received applications from volunteer applicants who are residing outside of Canada at the time of application. In both instances, between your application date and placement start date, we must be able to contact you and you must be able to contact us easily and promptly throughout the process.

We may require your passport and would need to be aware of your current place of residence and any travel plans you may have during this time. You will also require unrestricted access to Canada during this time for training, as applicable.

 

Citizenship

Leaving your country of residence can have significant effects on your citizenship status in that country. It is your responsibility to research the consequences of travelling to Canada during the pre-departure process if you are living outside of Canada and of leaving your country of residence for a placement with the immigration authority where you live.

By applying to this placement, you accept full responsibility for any consequences related to your citizenship, residency and immigration status or penalties as a result of travel to pre-departure training, an international placement or other Cuso International related travel.

You  must  check the implications that apply to you, but examples include:

- Canadian permanent residents may need to make arrangements with immigration authorities before travelling. These arrangements allow them to travel without risk to their status in Canada. Without them, residency status may be withdrawn.

- Citizens of other countries, including those visiting Canada on a visa, may have travel restrictions.