WFP Rwanda seeks candidates of the highest integrity and professionalism who share our humanitarian principles.
Selection of staff is made on a competitive basis, and we are committed to promoting diversity and gender balance.
JOB TITLE : Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Officer
JOB GRADE: Service Contract, Level 8
REPORTING TO: Head of M&E
DURATION: 12 Months renewable
LOCATION: Kigali- Rwanda
The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need.
The position is in the M&E-Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (VAM) unit. WFP Rwanda Country Office (CO) aims to continuously enhance its operational information management and monitoring so that it not only meets WFP corporate requirements but also helps decision making.
The incumbent will help ensure that robust Monitoring, Review and Evaluation Plans aligned to WFP corporate standards are developed to generate quality evidence on the lives of beneficiaries and inform policy, strategy and programme design and implementation. This includes coordinating monitoring activities, managing decentralized evaluations, and thematic/mid-term reviews and positioning WFP as a reliable partner for governments to build monitoring and evaluation strategies. The incumbent will also help Programme team show the progress of activities on required performance indicators and generate relevant alerts for any potential areas of improvement on a regular basis for decision making by the management both at the Field Offices and Country Office levels. The incumbent will have a strong role in ensuing data quality and timeliness through adequate follow up from the field and other responsible units.
(not all-inclusive, within delegated authority):
Advanced university degree in one or more of the following disciplines: economics, agriculture, international affairs, business administration, social sciences, development studies or a field relevant to international development assistance.
At least 3 years of post-education, progressively responsible experience in monitoring, evaluation or programme management in emergency and developmental contexts or in a closely related area or projects. Specific experience in statistical data analysis is required.
Fluency (level C) in both, written and verbal communication in English. Intermediate (level B) in French is an advantage.
Knowledge & Skills:
This position is open to both, female and male candidates. Qualified female applicants are encouraged to apply
WFP has zero tolerance for discrimination and does not discriminate on the basis of HIV/AIDS status.
Assisting 91.4 million people in around 83 countries each year, the World Food Programme (WFP) is the leading humanitarian organization saving lives and changing lives, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience.
As the international community has committed to end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition by 2030, one in nine people worldwide still do not have enough to eat. Food and food-related assistance lie at the heart of the struggle to break the cycle of hunger and poverty.
On any given day, WFP has 5,000 trucks, 20 ships and 92 planes on the move, delivering food and other assistance to those in most need. Every year, we distribute more than 15 billion rations at an estimated average cost per ration of US$ 0.31. These numbers lie at the roots of WFP’s unparalleled reputation as an emergency responder, one that gets the job done quickly at scale in the most difficult environments.
WFP’s efforts focus on emergency assistance, relief and rehabilitation, development aid and special operations. Two-thirds of our work is in conflict-affected countries where people are three times more likely to be undernourished than those living in countries without conflict.
At WFP, we are committed to providing a safe and respectful work environment for all our employees. We adopt a zero-tolerance approach to sexual harassment, harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination in the workplace. WFP has a clear and robust framework (HSHAPD Policy) to address and deter such behaviour.
The World Food Programme created an Ethics Office in 2008 to ensure that all staff members observe and perform their functions with the highest standards of integrity, as required by the Charter of the United Nations, and in accordance with the Standards of Conduct for the International Civil Service.
At the same time, WFP adopted a Whistleblower Protection Policy to guard against retaliation for individuals who report misconduct, provide information in good faith on wrongdoing by one or more employees, or cooperate with a duly authorized audit or investigation.