East Africa Dairy Development II (EADD II) is an ambitious five-year program designed to transform the lives
of resource pcor farming families through a competitive and inclusive dairy value chain in Kenya, Uganda
and Tanzania. EADD II in Tanzania is targeting to reach 35,000 farm families, about 210,000 dependents
and 200,000 dairy stakeholders in the dairy value chain. The program is implemented in the Southern
Highlands of Tanzania
The following vacancy has arisen:
East Africa Dairy Development II Monitoring Learning and Evaluation Officer
EADD II Country Project Manager
East Africa Dairy Development Project Office; Mbeya, Tanzania
Up to 40% Annually
zs" November, 2016.
The East Africa Dairy Development (EADD) II Tanzania Monitoring Learning Evaluation Officer reports to the EADD II Country Program Manager under the technical guidance of the Kenya. / Tanzania and the Regional Monitoring Learning Evaluation leads. S/he also works closely with the country management team to provide the overall leadership of the Monitoring Learning Evaluation function across the project. As such, s/he will work in close collaboration with respective EADD consortium partners and their Monitoring & Evaluation leads with the view to supporting the country program to realize quality project outcomes and to document and present the same in a manner that is impactful and of high quality. To this end, he/she will provide technical assistance, advice and training on key aspects of Monitoring Learning Evaluation that would shape the overall EADD lI;s country framework and ensurethat all outcomes are achieved.
a) Bachelor's degree in international development, quantitative economics, business and or statistics or the equivalent
b) At least two (2) years of demonstrated experience in the Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation field, ideally gained through working in the development context, preferably in a non-governmental
organization (NGO) or relevant private sector context.Experience in supporting and monitoring field
c) Experience in managing databases and coordinating evaluations, surveys and impact monitoring at a senior level.
a) Master's degree or equivalent in international development, quantitative economics, business and or statistics or the equivalent with an academic focus on monitoring and evaluation, plus four (4)
years of direct relevant experience in Monitoring Learning Evaluation.
b) Experience in supporting and monitoring field based programs in Tanzania or the East African
c) Proven experience in staff training
d) Understanding of Heifer's Value based model is an added advantage.
How to Apply:
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link: www.heifer.org/careers Interested candidates, who meet the requirements, should submit their
applications online through the above link.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Heifer International is an equal opportunity Employer.