The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer ensures that project processes, inputs and deliverables are forecast, tracked, and evaluated. Provides timely feedback and recommendations to guide the project team. S/he is responsible in reviewing the existing monitoring and evaluation tools and developing/improving these tools. Maintains and updates the project reporting database and other vital information pertaining to the project. Based in Cotabato City, with regular travel to other duty stations, the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer reports to the Project Coordinator
At least a bachelor’s degree and preferably a master’s in social work, engineering, public administration, education, or related field. Academic and practical experience in information technology, statistics and communications is a plus. Minimum of five (5) years of work experience in monitoring and evaluation, data management, impact assessment, and data analysis. Excellent skills in English, both written and verbal.