Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager Job Iringa at CARE International | Deadline: 07th December, 2018

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Jobs Tanzania: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager Job Iringa at CARE International | Deadline: 07th December, 2018
NAFASI ZA KAZI / AJIRA TANZANIA
Location: Iringa, Tanzania
Job Title: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager
Application Deadline: 2018-12-07Organizational Background
CARE is a leading humanitarian organization dedicated to fighting poverty and social injustice with a special emphasis on women and girls. Operating in Tanzania since 1994, CARE Tanzania is part of CARE International, whose vision is to seek a world of hope, tolerance, and social justice, where poverty is overcome and people live in dignity and security. CARE Tanzania and partners contribute to the empowerment of the most marginalized and vulnerable rural women and girls to exercise their rights. 
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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager based in IRINGA
Job Purpose:
CARE International in Tanzania is seeking the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager (MEAL) for Iringa Projects who will be responsible in providing support in monitoring and evaluation across two key projects (KNK and TNK) as well as Multiplying Impact Evidence Coordination for CARE programs in the Iringa Region. The incumbent will be responsible for overall Monitoring and Evaluation and learning needs of the projects and will come up with findings based on real data to show the performance of the project. The incumbent will also help the projects in strengthening its M&E functions based on her/his experience from the two projects. S/he will play role in promoting of key learning for the improvement of the projects and wider learning of both TnK and KNK. The incumbent will also identify and work with the Iringa programs to develop evidence that strengthens CARE Tanzania’s capacity to influence other stakeholders and multiply impact. 

Responsibilities
S/he is reporting to the Project coordinators (Management) and dotted line link with the Communications, Influencing and Evidence Manager. The incumbent will have to cope with the general social, political, economic and cultural situation in the district including a wide range of internal and external audiences. S/he will be responsible in coordinating documentation of all program activities, case studies, stories, lessons and experiences related to Food and Nutrition security management for sharing out and for advocacy purposes. S/he will assist proper implementation of the activities of the program, in collaboration with other team members. 

Qualifications
The candidate should have a bachelor in Development Studies, Social Science or related field; M&E courses will be an advantage. S/he should have minimum 3 years of work experience in a monitoring and evaluation (M&E systems) role for a project or non-governmental organization. Strong prior experience with online data management, data collection, use of mobile data systems, logical framework, data analysis and presentation, report writings. Demonstrated ability to make judgment calls and decisions with respect to monitoring and evaluation activities, within delegated authority, that impact significantly; 

MODE OF APPLICATION
Qualified and interested candidates are welcome to apply for job vacancy before the deadline of 4 December 2018.
Complete description of the position can be viewed at CARE Tanzania website http://care-tanzania.org/about-us/career-opportunities where minimum qualifications and key responsibilities are detailed. Please send your cover letter and Curriculum Vitae to [email protected] by CoB, 7 December 2018 at 1700hrs. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

CARE is an equal opportunity employer promoting gender, equity, and diversity. Female candidates are I strongly encouraged to apply. Our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of r children from abuse.