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Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Field Coordinator

Date Posted: Sep 29, 2020

Job Description

Mary’s Meals is a global movement supported by people from all walks of life and we are focused on one goal that every child receives a nutritious daily meal in a place of education. We continue to change the lives of over 1.5 million children who today will receive a Mary’s Meals. Mary’s Meals Malawi is our largest school feeding programme and reaches over 30% of the primary school aged children, in Malawi, and we work closely with schools and community volunteers who help prepare and serve the nutritious meals every school day.

Position: Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Field Coordinator (MELFC)

Location: BLANTYRE

Job purpose

Reporting to the PM MEL, the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Field Coordinator (MELFC) will play a key role within the MEL section in coordinating the efforts of MELFOs in conducting data audit and capacity building of SF0s, schools and communities. The focus includes enhancing the quality, accuracy and consistency of the data from the source, i.e. the schools, by equipping school feeding section staff with solid knowledge anti skills in data collection and data entry. The MELFC will support the PM OTE identifying areas of improvements in the data collection process and in coming up with long-term solutions. The post involves a combination of field and office-based work (40% \u2013 60%) and includes planning, coordinating and executing research or pilots that require data collection and analysis, in conjunction with MELC.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • A university degree (BA, BSc) in the economics, statistics, mathematics, epidemiology, community health or any other social or health sciences.
  • Good command of English and fluency in one or more local languages
  • Knowledge of school feeding, stock delivery and management and other pertinent school feeding processes
  • Excellent knowledge of data collection tools and datasets
  • Robust data collation, analysis and interpretation skills
  • Proven experience in digital data collection
  • Ability to meet challenging deadlines
  • Demonstrable excellent planning and organisational skills
  • Report writing experience
  • Proven IT skills, competent in the use of MS Office software, especially excel
  • Presentation and facilitation skills
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills and exceptional integrity
  • A valid driver’s license (vehicle) to drive manual 4X4 vehicles

How to apply

Applications stating expected net salary and CV (including contacts for three professional referees) should be e-mailed to

Email: malawi.vacancies@marysmeals.org

indicating the position title and applicant’s name in the subject line. All attached files should be saved under the applicant’s name. Deadline for receipt of applications is Wednesday, 30th September 2020. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

For full job description please visit http://www.marysmeals.org

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