Monitoring and Evaluation Manager for People Peacebuilding Project

Monitoring and Evaluation Manager for People Peacebuilding Project
Trócaire, Sierra Leone

1 Year
0 - 0
Job Type
Job Shift
Job Category
Requires Traveling
Career Level
Bachelor's Degree
Total Vacancies
1 Job
Posted on
Jul 29, 2022
Last Date
Oct 29, 2022

Job Description

Trócaire works in partnership with local organisations in developing countries and with people in Ireland to tackle the root causes of poverty and injustice. Together, we create positive and lasting change. Trócaire works in up to 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Our work is rooted in Catholic Social Teaching and our values of Solidarity, Courage, Participation, Perseverance and Accountability.

In Sierra Leone, Trócaire works to achieve climate and environmental justice; ensure women and girls’ protection, voice amp; influence; and save lives and protect human dignity. Trócaire supports work on the prevention of sexual and gender-based violence, women’s political participation and leadership, sustainable livelihoods and economic empowerment, natural resource management and environmental conservation, and humanitarian preparedness and response.

Trócaire works exclusively with local partners and actively supports localised development and humanitarian aid. Supporting local civil society organisations to strengthen their organisational, institutional, financial, technical, and managerial capacities is core to Trócaire’s partnership approach in Sierra Leone. Trócaire’s Sierra Leone country programme also works closely with, contributing to and drawing support from, Trócaire’s global hub on partnership and localisation based in Nairobi, Kenya.

Trócaire is currently seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation (Mamp;E) Manager for an anticipated 3-year USAID-funded People to People Peacebuilding project in Sierra Leone. The Mamp;E Manager oversees monitoring and evaluation components, ensures liable data collection, and timely and quality reporting products. The position ensures high quality monitoring and data tracking, identifying and addressing issues related to activity performance monitoring. The individual maintains a strong relationship with the USAID Mission Monitoring POC.

This role is contingent on funding.


  • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Business administration, economics, statistics, demography, other social sciences, or a similar relevant field.
  • ·At least 5 years’ experience in donor reporting, monitoring and evaluation of projects.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in using results-based management approaches.
  • Experience putting in place a performance monitoring system and mentoring project staff on its use to ensure good quality of performance data.
  • Approval of the recipient’s overall Activity Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (AMEL) Plan, including plans for monitoring and identification of performance indicators.
  • Approval of the recipient’s Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Plan (EMMP).
  • Previous experience in USAID reporting and grant management.
  • Previous experience in participatory Mamp;E approaches.
  • Previous experience working with local partner organizations.
  • Technical skills to implement Mamp;E in a gender-sensitive manner, including tool design, sampling, data collection, analysis, participatory rural appraisal and report writing.
  • Ability to analyse and synthesize large amounts of data into different formats (e.g., reports, short summaries, presentations)
  • Excellent spoken and written English.
  • High level of proficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and online data management systems such as KOBO collect or CommCare.
  • Facilitation, coordination and communication skills, with an ability to communicate to a variety of audiences in a variety of formats.
  • Experience leveraging performance monitoring data for improving ongoing project management.
  • Ability to develop indicators, tools and processes for monitoring Peacebuilding, Youth and Women’s Empowerment and Livelihoods interventions are particularly desirable.


For the candidate with the required experience, motivation and passion for the role, Trócaire offers a competitive package of salary and benefits. This role is based in Freetown on a national contract. National candidates are eligible for this role and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Closing date for applications is COB 12 August 2022.

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