The MEAL Coordinator in Grand Gedeh and River Gee has a crucial role in overseeing the data collection and reporting to ensure quality implementation of the LEARN project in these two counties. He/she oversees the implementation of the project MEAL system, ensuring that all developed tools are used by assigned staff and partners. He/she rolls out a system for monitoring the project against set targets, ensuring that the system is functional and institutionalized within the project cycle management framework. He/she travels as needed to support field staff members and partners in Grand Gedeh and River Gee to build their capacity to implement project MEAL systems and to contribute effectively to quality data collection and management. He/she leads on project data collection, compilation and reporting from the field, including documentation in the two counties. He/she will have overall responsibility for data collection, collation, analysis and reporting. He/she oversees functionality and use of database systems to strengthen interventions and improve their quality and efficiency. He/she will provide county level support to external evaluation consultants at midline, and endline. He/she will contribute in establishing accountability mechanisms (information sharing, compliance, and feedback mechanisms – including data quality assessment) and promoting learning through documentation of lessons-learned.
Qualifications and experience
Bachelor degree in Statistics, Education Administration or MEAL including studies relating to research and statistical analysis with research experience in education or other related field from an accredited college or university.
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
Contract length: Open ended
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