New job Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer in Delhi
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer
Company : PATH
Salary : Details not provided
Location : Delhi
PATH is currently recruiting for a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Officer.
PATH is a global nonprofit dedicated to achieving health equity. With more than 40 years of experience forging multisector partnerships, and with expertise in science, economics, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales up innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing health challenges.
PATH began its work in India in the late 1990s, bringing governments, communities, private-sector companies, and experienced public health practitioners together to address some of the country’s most crucial health problems. In early 2000, the scope of our India program expanded with a major immunization initiative for the state of Andhra Pradesh. Today, PATH’s India projects focus on TB, immunization, HIV/AIDS, injection safety, maternal health, Innovation Labs, and more.
PATH is looking for a highly motivated, self-starter, and development sector enthusiast to support the Monitoring Evaluation Learning function in India. The proposed position will be based at PATH, New Delhi office, and will report to the Regional Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Advisor. S/he will be responsible to build MEL capacities; provide technical support across the project life-cycle based on technical assistance requests received across different projects in the South Asia region. The Monitoring Evaluation Learning Officer will get an opportunity to operate in a zestful and evolving environment to contribute to a growing portfolio of impactful work in Public Health.
Respiratory Care Management (RCM) program
PATH has been working in the field of oxygen delivery for almost a decade. Our work has brought together advocacy and policy, market development, engineering, product design/innovation, and health system strengthening. PATH globally has provided medical oxygen technical assistance in over 10 geographies including currently in 12 states in India. PATH is a key member of the ACT-A COVID-19 Oxygen Emergency Task Force led by the WHO. PATH’s team is made up of both global and country-based experts with an in-depth understanding of the oxygen ecosystem providing support. We have tools and expertise to support rigorous facility oxygen needs assessments, quantification, costing, and oxygen distribution network design and facility selection.
In India, PATH has been working closely with multiple states providing technical assistance for respiratory care. In the last year or so, PATH has coordinated across the Ministry of Health, State health departments, district authorities, various facility-level functionaries, and vendors to address delays and fast track installation of Government of India / PM Cares approved PSA oxygen plants. PATH teams are engaged in daily monitoring of district-wise availability of resources, storage capacity, projection of oxygen inventory requirement, procurement coordination, and related market-shaping work. Currently, PATH is working with government officials, donors, and partners to provide technical assistance to multiple states for helping them become Self-sufficient in oxygen.
- Develop M&E frameworks and systems for different projects including contribution to the design of project indicators, tools for data collection, storage, analysis of data, and its publication under the RCM portfolio.
- Work closely with the Central Program team and State Technical Assistance team to gauge project requirements.
- Ensure alignment of research and M&E activities with program goals including defining project targets and developing data collection tools and preparing evaluation reports;
- Lead tracking & delivering all M&E-related reporting requirements to Internal & External stakeholders.
- Collate, organize and analyze project data and update project indicators with program data.
- Coordinate with state-level Data Managers for smooth flow of data.
- Develop and implement M&E reporting guidelines and systems designed to inform the direction of the project, including data quality and data use strategies.
- Handle data management of dynamic data sets- ensuring correctness, completeness, and timeliness of data shared by the State Leads.
- Manage data-related queries and find solutions related to data entry and analysis.
- Supervise and provide mentoring support to staff involved in collecting and analyzing data and reporting results.
- Design and implement processes for Monitoring and Evaluation of Sub-Grantees, in collaboration with the Program Leadership;
- Conduct field-based monitoring, technical assistance, and training to program teams, and partner organizations, to strengthen their capacity in the collection, cleaning, and analysis of data for program management and donor reporting.
- Collaborate with counterparts and partner organizations in work Planning and Program Implementation;
- Contribute to the development and implementation of a strategy for synthesizing and disseminating key results, programmatic lessons learned, and other research outputs of the program;
- Contribute to and review quarterly and annual program reports, project deliverables, and assessment reports prior to submission to donors and PATH headquarters.
- Develop research protocols and ensure approval from the Research Ethics Committee at PATH and local IRB (as required) ensuring the protection of human subjects.
- Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree in a relevant field (Development Studies, Public Health, Epidemiology, Statistics or Life sciences, etc.)
- 4-6 years experience and demonstrated practical skills in monitoring and evaluation preferably for donor-funded programs.
- Demonstrated experience in the Development and Implementation of Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks and systems required for community development and technical assistance programs.
- Experience developing study design and methodology including study protocol, sampling procedures, assisting with implementation, analysis, and interpretation of results and documentation results, and learnings from the project is preferred.
- Excellent knowledge of Monitoring and Evaluation principles and practices is essential.
- Demonstrated capacity to use project M&E to advance strategic goals and provide data for decision-making.
- Demonstrated ability and skills in Data Management, data analysis, and synthesis, performance evaluation, and correction, and report writing.
- Competency in Training, Institutional Capacity-Building, documenting project learnings for advocacy.
- Excellent representational and communication skills.
- Written and oral proficiency in English, and verbal communication skills in one or more local languages.
- Knowledge of statistical software (such as SPSS, STATA, and SAS) and comfort with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access (or similar tools) is preferred.
- Excellent in written and spoken English.
Must have legal authorization to work in India.
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