Monitoring And Evaluation Specialist / SIBCI Project


Company Ghana Wildlif...
Category Monitoring & ...
Location Damongo/Accra
Job Status Full-time
Salary GH¢ 
Education First Degree
Experience 3 years
Job Expires Jan 22, 2020
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Company Profile

The Ghana Wildlife Society (GWS) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit-making conservation organisation
headquartered in Accra. Our mission is to conserve wildlife in all its forms for improved quality of life for all people. We
belong to BirdLife International, the world's largest nature conservation partnership of 120 autonomous NGOs around the world. Our work is firmly rooted in partnerships and rely on science that inspires positive conservation action in collaboration with communities, civil society groups, businesses, universities and government.

We recently received funding from the European Union through the project 'Savannah Integrated Biodiversity Conservation Initiative (SIBCI), to support the implementation of Sustainable Management of the Mole National Park and peripheral areas, implemented under the auspices of the European Union's PAPBio Programme which aims at sound management of large landscapes of high biodiversity value.

Job Description

He/She will provide strategic and technical leadership for the development and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation policies, strategies and frameworks. The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist will be responsible for managing the M&E activities for the project. S/he will be responsible for setting up the SIBCI’s performance monitoring and evaluation system, collecting, tracking and analysing data, and reporting to the European Union.

Key Relationships: The Project Manager, Project Coordinator, Communication Specialist, Consultants, Executive Director, Accounts Officer, Executive Director, Project Partners, Consultants and other stakeholders.

Responsible for: Guiding the overall monitoring and evaluation activities within the SIBCI Project and GWS.

Required Skills or Experience

  • First degree in Project Management, Economics, Statistics, Wildlife and Range Management, Natural Resources Management or other relevant development field.
  • A minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible professional experience in a performance monitoring and/or evaluation role with an international development organization.
  • Experience with the logical framework approach to monitoring as well as quantitative, qualitative and participatory monitoring approaches.

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