Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Full Time

Chemonics seeks a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) manager for the USAID Zambia Program for Advancing Supply Chain Outcomes (PASCO) Activity. The project is a commodity distribution program that aims to create sustainable access to safe, effective, quality-assured, affordable lifesaving health commodities by strengthening capacity for transportation and distribution systems in consultation with the Zambia Medicines and Medical Supplies Agency (ZAMMSA). The M&E manager will carry out monitoring and evaluation functions in relation to supply chain and distribution performance to drive continued project learning and improvement. We are seeking individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.
Responsibilities include:

Carry out monitoring and evaluation functions related to supply chain and distribution performance for continued learning and improvement.
Gather, analyze and report data on all contractual indicators in the Activity Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Plan (AMELP), coordinating across project stakeholders as needed. Collaborate with technical staff in collecting and analyzing M&E indicator data.
Ensure all routine project technical reports are produced of high quality and submitted on time, including monthly activity reports, monthly data reports, and quarterly and annual reports.
Work with the Performance Monitoring and Data Analytics Director and technical teams to foster a culture of adaptive management and learning throughout the program team by evaluating performance against project targets and identifying opportunities for learning and improvement.
Collaborate with the Data Analytics Manager to promote data usage through data analytics platforms, using business intelligence (BI) software to enhance supply chain analytics and improve data visibility.
Collaborate with third-party monitoring entities for the project to ensure a coordinated exchange of information in line with contract requirements and prompt fulfillment of requests for reporting and clarification.
Collect, analyze, and summarize information into technical briefs, drawing on project staff, external sources, and partners.
Identify opportunities for the project to share technical knowledge through conferences, workshops, etc.
Oversee the capture and dissemination of key information, lessons learned, and action items from project events as requested.
Develop success stories, abstracts, presentations, and articles that will enable the project to present its learning and accomplishments in broader fora.
Maintain a photo database and ensure captioning of photos that demonstrate project outcomes.
Ensure compliance with all USAID branding and marking guidelines in reporting and communications pieces.
Coordinate technical meetings, forums, and work plan reviews.
Exhibit Chemonics values and build a culture of “Living our Values” within the team.
Carry out additional responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by the supervisor of record.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s or other advanced degree preferred.
Minimum five (5) years of experience working in monitoring and evaluation or project management, with public health supply chain experience preferred.
Excellent communication and collaboration skills.
Strong technical report-writing skills required.
Excellent understanding of data quality administration and management functions (collection, analysis, reporting, dissemination, etc.).
Experience using electronic tracking systems and BI/analytics platforms.
Proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint, etc.).
Analytical skills with problem-solving aptitude.
Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.
Fluency in English required.

Application Instructions:
To apply please send a resume and expression of interest to [email protected] with a subject line of “PASCO M&E Manager” by December 9, 2022. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.
Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.