MONITORING & EVALUATION (M&E) SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER
The HIV Cooperation Program for Indonesia (HCPI) is funded through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). This is an AUD72million project and is DFAT’s principle HIV prevention program in Indonesia. The project’s purpose is to help Indonesia plan, develop and implement an effective response to HIV.
Purpose of Role
HCPI has an established and proven effective M&E system of monthly data collection from partners and annual client surveys. The M&E STO will ensure continued effective monitoring of HCPI’s work in Tanah Papua and possibly Bali, initially guided by National Technical Officer M&E. The Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Senior Technical Officer position is based in Jayapura, reports to Prevention & Health Promotion Officer, and will perform the following duties:
1. Maintain the HCPI monitoring system to a high standard and interrogate the data monthly to highlight strengths and weaknesses
2. Develop annual templates for all partners as required
3. Support any HCPI surveys as required
4. Contribute to the HCPI evaluation as required
5. Provide technical assistance to HCPI partners as required, and
6. Undertake any other duties determined by the Supervisor/Deputy Team Leader.
A term of up to one year fixed term contract, with possible extension.
Minimum education and experience required
- Qualification in public health/epidemiology
- Experience in leading M&E of community development/health for international donor programs
- Experience in supporting M&E for CSO programs
- A capacity to work with both government and non-government sectors
- Demonstrable skills in using Excel accurately and to interrogate data, and
- Ability to work in Bahasa Indonesia.
This role is best suited for candidates based in Jayapura. Applicants must have eligibility to work and live in Indonesia.
Interested? Please submit your CV to email@example.com, stating the position title on the subject of the email.
Applications close at 4.00 pm Jakarta time on Sunday 4th January 2015.