AMREF Jobs: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer, Grants Proposals
Amref Health Africa is recruiting for a Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Officer, Grants Proposals to support and advice to the organisation on all MEL matters in line with the organisation’s vision, mission and strategic priorities and in a manner consistent with its values.
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Amref Health Africa is the largest international health development organisation based in Africa. Working
with and through African communities, health systems and governments, Amref Health Africa’s vision is
to bring lasting health change in Africa and is committed to improving the health of people in Africa by
partnering with and empowering communities, and strengthening health systems. With headquarters in
Kenya, Amref Health Africa has offices in Ethiopia, Uganda, South Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Southern Africa
and Western Africa providing services to over 30 countries. Employing over 900 staff and with an annual
operating budget of approximately $100 million, Amref Health Africa is a knowledge resource for donors
and partners. For more information on Amref Health Africa.
The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Unit is part of the programme section and provides
oversight, systems, support and advice to the organisation on all MEL matters in line with the
organisation’s vision, mission and strategic priorities and in a manner consistent with its values.
As a member of the Global MEL team, the MEL Officer, Grants Proposals will ensure that monitoring,
evaluation and learning is properly addressed during proposal design in line with Amref’s strategy and
• Lead the development of the MEL section of grant proposals
• Provide guidance on development of indicators for proposals.
• Support the harmonization of indicators used by Amref and donors.
• Develop a MEL checklist for proposal development and facilitate the systematic application during
the development of grant proposals.
• Lead the development of Results Frameworks and Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and
Reporting Plans for grant proposals.
• Review proposals to ensure that all aspects of MEL issues are adequately addressed.
Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Officer, Grant Proposals
• Advise and support Country Offices in the use of AIMS (Amref Information Management System)
for grant monitoring and reporting.
• Together with the global MEL team Provide assistance to MEL and programme staff in developing
indicators, result frameworks (including logical frameworks and Theory of Change), evaluation
designs and data analysis.
• Avail analytical data on Amref Health Africa’s projects for capability statements.
• Participate in finalizing past-performance references.
• Lead the development of the MEL component in the budget of grant proposals.
• Participate in the development of the MEL and BD budget at HQ.
• Build the capacity of BD staff on MEL considerations for proposals.
• Exchange with MEL staff the latest developments in business development.
Skills and Competencies
• Excellent skills in the formulation of indicators, targets, Results Frameworks and Monitoring,
Evaluation, Research and Reporting Plans.
• Good insight in budget requirements and costing for MEL.
• Ability to train on-the-job fellow colleagues on MEL for proposals.
• Strong analytical skills.
• Good team player with excellent communication skills.
• Pragmatic in approach.
• Strong writing skills.
• Experience in analysing data using a range of statistical software packages like SPSS and EPI Info.
• Excellent skills in all relevant Microsoft Office packages.
• Fluent in English (spoken and written).
• Proficiency in French.
• Bachelor’s degree in public health, social sciences, geography, monitoring & evaluation or similar.
• Master’s degree is an added advantage.
• A minimum of 5 years of experience in MEL in development settings.
• A minimum of 3 years of demonstrated experience in the development of results frameworks and
Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Reporting Plans.
• Strong experience in MEL requirements of various donors.
• Experience in operations research.
• A minimum of 3 years of experience in working with an INGO.
If you are the right person for the job, please submit your motivation letter and an up-to-date CV with a
maximum of 4 pages – both in PDF format- to firstname.lastname@example.org latest by Friday 19 October 2018.
Your application should be addressed to the Director, Monitoring and Evaluation and should have the
mentioned reference number in the subject line.
We intend to have interviews with shortlisted candidates during the week of 29 October 2018.
Duly note that Amref Health Africa does not require applicants to pay any money at whatever stage of
the recruitment and selection process.