Ta’won for Conflict Resolution is an independent, national, Palestinian, non-profit organization. It was established in 2002 to raise awareness on effective and peaceful ways to deal with conflict and to promote understanding and civil peace within the Palestinian community. Additionally, the organization has been leading projects and multi-phase programs in the fields of good governance, accountability, citizen participation, municipal service improvement, and corruption prevention.
The position will be for the "Enhancing Citizen Participation and Accountability of Local Government", which runs for 22 months in 27 localities in Ramallah and Al Bireh, Jerusalem, Hebron, and Bethlehem governorates.
Roles and Responsibilities
The Monitoring and Reporting Officer will be responsible for developing the project’s M&E plans, and overseeing all M&E aspects of the project. He/she will have the primary responsibility for establishing and maintaining systems to measure, compile, analyze and report project data at all levels; being the main liaison on M&E matters, providing regular project reports and for developing special reports as needed; producing analysis of program data and identifying methods to use results for project improvement.
Specific roles and responsibilities include:
Develop the project’s Monitoring and Evaluation Plan.
Design and implement the M&E system for the project that will reflect all the elements of the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan and methodology.
Responsible for daily monitoring and evaluation activities related to all aspects of the project.
Develop monitoring and evaluation templates for data collection, reporting and analysis.
Develop monthly, weekly, quarterly and annual performance reports, in addition to other briefings, papers, and presentations.
Provide training and technical support to the project team regarding monitoring and evaluation including data collection, analysis and reporting.
Perform and manage routine data quality audits.
Coordinate and lead assessments and surveys (such as baseline and beneficiary surveys), provide data analysis and reporting.
Support building the monitoring and evaluation capacity of partner Community Based Organizations (CBOs) as needed for the project, and provide regular support to these CBOs to assist with project monitoring and evaluation.
Work with Taawon and the donors on all program evaluations including gathering, analyzing and reporting qualitative inputs from a variety of project beneficiaries and stakeholders.
Develop and produce qualitative materials to measure the impact of the project
A Bachelor’s degree in a social science, development, economics, administration, or related field. Minimum of 2-4 years of work experience in monitoring and evaluation, including conducting quantitative and qualitative research.
Excellent writing and analytical skills; and experience in developing program reports and communications materials in English and Arabic.
Fluency in English and Arabic, both oral and written.
Strong interpersonal, communication and analytical skills.
Strong computer skills particularly spreadsheets and database management.
Willingness to travel within West Bank, Palestine.
Ability to work within a team and independently.
All those who applied previously do not need to apply again. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their CVs, a cover letter, and three references with accurate points of contact no later than 18//1/2018 to the below e-mail indicating “ Monitoring and Reporting Officer” in the subject line. Any incomplete applications and/or not mentioning the name of the vacancy in the subject line will not be accepted.
Only shortlisted candidates will be invited to pass interview and written exam. Both male and female will get equal opportunity.