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Job Summary & Responsibilities

Provide leadership in MERL and foster a culture of innovation and learning through routine reflection of project performance, identification of lessons learned, and use of evidence to inform programming decisions to maximize SFH activity results and impact Manage and ensure technical rigor of activity-wide MERL approaches, including management and support to project MERL teams Guides and collaborates with Project/Programme MERL leads to develop MERL strategies for programme activities based on result frameworks. Provides oversight for the collection of and reporting on impact, output, outcome and program management indicators by the programme teams Develops the MERL structure and systems, in collaboration with programme leads, to facilitate and ensure all teams collect and report on impact, output, outcome, and programme management indicators. This includes standardised reporting, performance monitoring, and evaluation for the activity, and integrating performance data into programme management and adaption plans Leads the design and operation of the MERL systems for data capture, data management, data analysis and use, and reporting across all SFH programmes Regularly reviews data collection processes, perform data quality assessments, and make adjustments as needed Leads development of the learning agenda and strategy in collaboration with the clients, partners, program managers, and technical leads Analyses data and results across programmes for benchmarking and to identify trends and outliers Provides thought leadership on the analysis, synthesis and sharing of project results and evidence, and work closely with technical, communications and knowledge management staff and partners to communicate information in compelling ways Participates in strategic planning and work planning meetings


Non governmental health sector .

Required Job Experience

At least 10 years of experience in the development and implementation of MERL frameworks, systems, and processes for complex international development programmes

Skill Required

Solid analytical skills and ability to use MS Office, SPSS/STATA, qualitative analysis packages, and MS Excel.

Qualifications / Requirements

A master’s degree in Economics, Statistics, Research Methods or related field preferred.

Job Location



N competitive salary

Date of Job Posting

2022-07-04 12:44:34

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