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  • Posted: Nov 18, 2019
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    Plan International is a development and humanitarian organisation that advances childrens rights and equality for girls. We strive for a just world, working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners.


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    Driver

    Plan International Ghana is looking for a Project Driver to support the mobility of the project team who will implement a project titled Pathways for Sustainable Employment (PASEWAY). The project is funded by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The project will be implemented in collaboration with local authorities and TVET training institutions to provide innovative and job readiness skills necessary to create employment opportunities for 10,000 youth (15-35 years). The project will target Greater Accra, Ashanti and Northern regions of Ghana. The project has a duration of three (3) years (2019-2022) and a budget of over $3 million EUR.

    Dimensions of Role:

    Financial measures or statistics relevant to post such as budget; list of direct and indirect reports

    • Area of Responsibility – PASEWAY Project
    • Serve on Purchasing Committee from time to time.

    Typical Responsibilities – Key End Results of Position:
    “What” is done and “why”, but not “how”; include indicators for success

    • Drive professionally and defensively to ensure safety and protection of staff at all times without any incidents of accidents or injuries
    • Ensure vehicle is maintained as per  the maintenance schedule of the vehicle to enhance longevity of vehicle with no reports of frequent breakdowns or malfunctioning of vehicle
    • Ensure that vehicle movement and mileage  are duly recorded in the vehicle’s logbook to keep and track vehicle movement without any reports of carjacking
    • Ensure that the vehicle  is always cleaned to enhance its state and notify Administrative Coordinator at least 3 months before the expiry date of the vehicles documents (insurance/road worthiness certificate etc) for renewal without any queries from the MTTU/Police
    • Dispatch  local mail to addressees as would be directed to keep and maintain communication with our clients without any reports of missing mails
    • Deposit and withdraw monies at  bank as would be directed for implementation of project activities without any reports of fraud or loss of monies
    • Comply with Plan’s Child Protection and safeguarding Policy at all times without any reports or incidents of child abuse.
    • Perform any other duties to be assigned to support the attainment of PASEWAY project objectives.

    Dealing with Problems:
    Complexity of problems handled & the degree of investigation, analysis, & creative thinking required to solve them

    • Observe, anticipate and  drive defensively to safeguard life and property  always
    • Exhibit a good sense of judgment and responsibility while driving
    • Works with minimum supervision

     
    Communications and Working Relationships:
    Working contacts inside and outside the organization; include the purpose and level (high, medium, low) of the contact

    • Low contact with service providers and suppliers for the collection of quotations, receiving and dispatch of goods, material, equipments, mails, deposits etc.
    • Maintains a high contact with project staff to facilitate prompt movement of staff towards the implementation of project and activities.

    Knowledge, Skills, Behaviors, and Experience Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives:

    • Gained through education, training, & experience

    Knowledge:

    • GCE O level/SSS
    • At least 5 years driving experience in the formal sector
    • Valid driving license with at least class C
    • Experience in the NGO sector preferably with child-related development organisation, would be an advantage

    Skills:

    • Basic auto mechanic skills
    • Good knowledge of Highway Code
    • Defensive driving
    • Good communication skills
    • Good verbal and writing skills
    • Good inter-personal skills
    • Good planning and organizing abilities

    Behaviours:

    • Timeliness and proactive in the discharge of duties
    • Ability to interact with staff at all levels as is required
    • Communicates in a manner that inspires confidence and professionalism
    • High sense of judgment and responsibility
    • High safety awareness level of area of operation
    • Good team player

      Physical Environment and Demands:
      May be “typical office environment”; note if heavy lifting, climbing, excess travel, etc.
      Travel requirements
      This position entails 80% travelling time within Plan offices and in the Program Units with 20% of the time on office related activities.

      Level of Contact with Children:
      Low contact:     No contact or very low frequency of interaction
      Mid contact:     Occasional interaction with children
      High level:        Frequent interaction with children
       
      Mid contact- the job responsibilities of this position require the post holder to have occasional one-to-one contact with children and youth. It is expected that children and youth shall be protected at all times.

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    MEL Specialist

     MEL System: Lead and coordinate the participatory development and implementation of the project’s MEL system. A strong understanding of results-based management and technical proficiency in mixed methods, data collection, analysis and presentation is essential.

    Expected Outcomes:

    • Performance measurement frameworks and plans are finalized and validated with relevant stakeholders, and are inclusive of youth formal empowerment domains and indicators
    • Ability to integrate indices designed as composite measurements that aggregate, rank and summarize multiple indicators and data points.
    • Creativity in developing qualitative and quantitative monitoring tools suited to the needs and capacities of local partners operating at different levels.
    • Routine project monitoring is undertaken inclusive of tool design and development; data collection, cleaning and compilation; analysis, validation and sharing with relevant stakeholders.
    • Management Information System is established and maintained to systematically collect, store and analyze output and activity information.
    • Technical oversight and direction for baseline and endline studies inclusive of developing Terms of Reference and ensuring consultants deliver high quality reports (support in verifying the methodology, the relevance of the tools, and the quality of the report submitted) and value for money.
    • Ensures M&E strategies in formal youth empowerment are responsive to the context, implemented consistently across all project activities (start-up to close-out), and adhere to best practices in the sector.
    • Responsible for ensuring all monitoring and evaluation activities are conducted in line with Plan International’s child protection/safeguarding and ethical principles and promote accountability to beneficiaries
    • Performs any other duties to be assigned to support the achievement of organizational goals

    Qualification Required & Experience

    • Advanced degree in statistics, measurement, planning, monitoring & evaluation, development research, or other relevant fields.
    • Strong understanding of results-based management tools and approaches
    • Demonstratable expertise in developing and implementing M&E systems
    • In-depth knowledge of the processes, procedures and systems in project planning, management, monitoring and evaluation.
    • A minimum of 6 years experience in project planning, monitoring, evaluation and research of complex development projects
    • Knowledge of statistical analysis, quantitative and qualitative data collection techniques
    • Coaching and mentoring skills for building the capacity of partner organizations in M&E and learning
    • MEL System: Lead and coordinate the participatory development and implementation of the project’s MEL system. A strong understanding of results-based management and technical proficiency in mixed methods, data collection, analysis and presentation is essential.

    Expected Outcomes:

    • Performance measurement frameworks and plans are finalized and validated with relevant stakeholders, and are inclusive of youth formal empowerment domains and indicators
    • Ability to integrate indices designed as composite measurements that aggregate, rank and summarize multiple indicators and data points.
    • Creativity in developing qualitative and quantitative monitoring tools suited to the needs and capacities of local partners operating at different levels.
    • Routine project monitoring is undertaken inclusive of tool design and development; data collection, cleaning and compilation; analysis, validation and sharing with relevant stakeholders.
    • Management Information System is established and maintained to systematically collect, store and analyze output and activity information.
    • Technical oversight and direction for baseline and endline studies inclusive of developing Terms of Reference and ensuring consultants deliver high quality reports (support in verifying the methodology, the relevance of the tools, and the quality of the report submitted) and value for money.
    • Ensures M&E strategies in formal youth empowerment are responsive to the context, implemented consistently across all project activities (start-up to close-out), and adhere to best practices in the sector.
    • Responsible for ensuring all monitoring and evaluation activities are conducted in line with Plan International’s child protection/safeguarding and ethical principles and promote accountability to beneficiaries
    • Performs any other duties to be assigned to support the achievement of organizational goals

    Qualification Required & Experience

    • Advanced degree in statistics, measurement, planning, monitoring & evaluation, development research, or other relevant fields.
    • Strong understanding of results-based management tools and approaches
    • Demonstratable expertise in developing and implementing M&E systems
    • In-depth knowledge of the processes, procedures and systems in project planning, management, monitoring and evaluation.
    • A minimum of 6 years experience in project planning, monitoring, evaluation and research of complex development projects
    • Knowledge of statistical analysis, quantitative and qualitative data collection techniques
    • Coaching and mentoring skills for building the capacity of partner organizations in M&E and learning
    • Proven experience in facilitating and delivering various trainings using participatory approaches.
    • Knowledge in Youth Economic programming and working with partners is an advantage.
    • Familiarity with current trends in formal youth livelihoods development and environmental sustainability
    • Capacity building experience in project design, implementation, reporting, and evaluation.

    Demonstrated behaviours needed by the postholder to successfully perform the role:

    • Passion for Youth Economic programming, mission driven work and personal values aligned with Plan International.
    • Commitment to working transparently and with integrity.
    • Inclusive and empowering approach to leadership and project management.
    • Demonstrated creativity and willingness to innovate.
    • Flexible and adaptable work style to respond to an evolving context.
    • Ability to work under pressure, prioritize and meet deadlines.
    • Communicates clearly and effectively
    • Committed to respecting deadlines

    Skills Specific to the post needed to put knowledge into practice.

    • Demonstrable experience in implementing M&E framework in multimillion-dollar institutional grants through donors such as BMZ, USAID, DFID and European Union.
    • Strong understanding of Youth Economic programming and gender equality.
    • Strong understanding of Youth Economic monitoring and evaluation, and results-based management tools and approaches.
    • Strong understanding and proven application of project cycle management.
    • Skills in the design, entry, analysis of data in Microsoft Excel and Access as well as for Microsoft word and PowerPoint; knowledge of statistical software (e.g. SPSS) preferred
    • Experience in SAP is an advantage
    • Solid writing skills (report writing etc.)
    • Self-starter takes initiative and works with minimal direct supervision.
    • Strong inter-personal and cross-cultural skills.
    • Flexible, able to shift directions quickly and occasionally work long hours to meet tight reporting deadlines. Proven experience in facilitating and delivering various trainings using participatory approaches.
    • Knowledge in Youth Economic programming and working with partners is an advantage.
    • Familiarity with current trends in formal youth livelihoods development and environmental sustainability
    • Capacity building experience in project design, implementation, reporting, and evaluation.

    Demonstrated behaviours needed by the postholder to successfully perform the role:

    • Passion for Youth Economic programming, mission driven work and personal values aligned with Plan International.
    • Commitment to working transparently and with integrity.
    • Inclusive and empowering approach to leadership and project management.
    • Demonstrated creativity and willingness to innovate.
    • Flexible and adaptable work style to respond to an evolving context.
    • Ability to work under pressure, prioritize and meet deadlines.
    • Communicates clearly and effectively
    • Committed to respecting deadlines

    Skills Specific to the post needed to put knowledge into practice.

    • Demonstrable experience in implementing M&E framework in multimillion-dollar institutional grants through donors such as BMZ, USAID, DFID and European Union.
    • Strong understanding of Youth Economic programming and gender equality.
    • Strong understanding of Youth Economic monitoring and evaluation, and results-based management tools and approaches.
    • Strong understanding and proven application of project cycle management.
    • Skills in the design, entry, analysis of data in Microsoft Excel and Access as well as for Microsoft word and PowerPoint; knowledge of statistical software (e.g. SPSS) preferred
    • Experience in SAP is an advantage
    • Solid writing skills (report writing etc.)
    • Self-starter takes initiative and works with minimal direct supervision.
    • Strong inter-personal and cross-cultural skills.
    • Flexible, able to shift directions quickly and occasionally work long hours to meet tight reporting deadlines.

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    MIS Officer

    Working in 50 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas, Plan aims to reach as many children as possible, particularly those who are excluded or marginalized with high quality programs that deliver long lasting benefits by increasing its income, working in partnership with others and operating effectively.

    The program departments of Plan’s Country Offices in West Africa have MER units whose purpose is to improve program quality and accountability through supporting and implementing high quality MER in programs and projects, and, to provide evidence for program design, planning and effectiveness.

    The MIS Officer is a member of the MER unit. The purpose of the position is to ensure compliance with Plan’s corporate systems and to generate data for routine monitoring processes.

    Dimensions of Role

    • Responsible for corporate system management (SAP, SAP BI Online, Evaluation & Research tracker, Program library) and for data quality control in MER data bases
    • Supports high quality MER through provision of information and learning from corporate systems
    • Member of Country Office MER unit
    • Does not line manage another person

     
    Typical Responsibilities – Key End Results of Position

    • Availability of high quality data from corporate systems and data bases for planning and monitoring
    • Activities
    • Support planning and monitoring of the Country Strategy (CS) and projects through information generated from corporate systems and data bases
    • Manage SAP-Program module to ensure consistency and integrity of data for reporting;
    • Ensure SAP data base quality
    • Provide training and technical support on the corporate systems
    • Review projects entered in SAP for quality compliance
    • Monitor project outputs via SAP and prepare report about projects at risk
    • Lead the development of data bases for indicator tracking in sponsorship and grant projects
    • Support data base management for sponsorship and grants projects
    • Develop and manage the Geographic Information System(s) (GIS) for program data
    • Improved planning and data quality control in evaluation and research (E&R) projects
    • Activities
    • Upload the annual Evaluation and Research (E&R) plan to the E&R tracker after approval from program management
    • Control confidentiality, security, storage and destruction of data collected during E&R initiatives in line with the global E&R standards
    • Update the annual E&R plan on a quarterly basis
    • Provide regular reports on the E&R tracker and program library status
    • Dealing with Problems
    • Complexity of problems handled & the degree of investigation, analysis, & creative thinking required to solve them
    • Strong corporate system management is a pre-requisite to planning and monitoring of projects. Barriers that the MIS officer will have to deal with include:
    • No existing system for data quality control and storage
    • The MIS officer needs to:
    • Have a well-structured approach to data quality control and storage
    • Handle challenges related to SAP with pragmatism and flexibility

    Communications and Working Relationships

    • High level contact: Internal: the Country Office and PU level program team, in particular the other members of the MER unit;
    • Medium level contact: the Country Office operations team
    • Low level contact: the Regional Office (RO) SAP and MER team.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Behaviours Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives:

    Knowledge

    • Knowledge of theories of child-rights programming and child protection (programmatic and safe-guarding)
    • Demonstrated experience as a development professional in monitoring data in corporate systems
    • Knowledge of Plan’s corporate systems: (SAP, program library, E&R tracker)
    • Knowledge in managing Geographic Information System (GIS)

    Qualification

    • Bachelor degree in demography, measurement, planning, monitoring & evaluation, development studies, social sciences or other relevant field
    • At least 2 years of experience in corporate system and data base management

    Skills

    • Skills for the design, entry, analysis of excel tables, access as well as for Microsoft word and PowerPoint
    • In-depth experience of SAP
    • Ability to deliver to tight deadlines
    • Good active listening skills
    • Solid writing skills (report writing etc.)

    Behaviours

    • Communicates clearly and effectively
    • Flexible and willing to learn
    • Demonstrates clear respect to all and especially children and women without discrimination
    • Demonstrates honesty and transparency in holding self and others to account to deliver on agreed goals and Plan’s standards of behaviour
    • Acts as a team player, willing to get the best outcome overall, adjusting own priorities if necessary
    • Remains calm and positive under pressure

    Physical Environment and Demands

    • Typical office environment with 40% travel to program units.

    Level of Contact with Children

    • The position will be based at the Country Office and level of contact with children is low.

    Organogramme of the MER Unit

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    Grants Coordinator

    To support the Grants Manager in the development of innovative approaches in mobilizing resources at the community, local and international levels, research into funding opportunities inside and outside of Ghana, support the Grants Manager in the development of proposals and concept notes in line with program needs and donor requirements, and ensure high-quality submissions by established deadlines and in ensuring donor compliance and timely grants reporting.

    Dimensions of Role:

    • Financial measures or statistics relevant to post such as budget; list of direct and indirect reports
    • Contributes to the Country Resource Mobilization targets.
    • Area of Responsibility – country office

    Typical Responsibilities – Key End Results of Position:

    “What” is done and “why”, but not “how”; include indicators for success

    • Grants Reporting: Support Grants Reporting to ensure they meet donor requirements and produce no negative/adverse feedback. To do this, the role will:
    • Develop, updates and maintenance a schedule for grants reporting detailing the donor, reporting requirements, type of reports, deadlines
    • Facilitate timely follow ups on donor deadlines

    Grants Acquisition and Management

    • Ensure readily available data per CSP CP Objectives for easy reference for proposal and concept note development.
    • Call for proposals and concept notes from PUs
    • Maintain a database of all proposals received for easy reference by grouping the proposals received by CP Objectives and by PUs
    • Maintain a photo bank on grant funded projects per PUs
    • Maintain a database of reports to NOs per PUs
    • Review concept notes and proposals developed from the field per CSP CP Objectives for submission to the Grants Manager
    • Draft GADs
    • Ensure that GAD files are updated with relevant information including GAD, reports, MOUs, Contracts, addendums, etc on a monthly basis
    • Monitor Grants Implementation in the field especially in Eastern and Central PUs

    Grants Systems Management

    • Provide information on discrepancies between GL and PPM grants expenditures to Grants Manager for these to be rectified after GL closure
    • Provide updates on grants information to PUMs and managers of grants projects monthly regarding discrepancies between GL and PPM expenditures against planned budgets
    • Support the Grant Manager maintain GADs in GTS and GL
    • Verify PO Content to ensure outputs corresponds to GAD and recommend actions to Grants Manager

    Donor Relationship Management:

    • Facilitate timely follow ups on donor deadlines and ensure that all donor queries are adequately addressed
    • Review reports due NOs and ensure that reports meet donor reporting requirements as per GAD and other documented agreements and recommend actions to Grants Manager

    Budget Management

    • Prepare and Manages the Grants Department PO
    • Review reports submitted from the PUs in terms of expenditure vrs actuals and approved output codes on GAD,  against reporting before submitting to Grants Manager
    • Verify grants PO content to ensure PO budgets agree with approved GAD budget  and approved proposal and recommend action to Grants Manager
    • Support the preparation and review of grants proposal budgets

    Co-ordinating Donor Visits

    • Co-ordinate agreed donor visits in consultation with the  with the PUMs and CMT as appropriate
    • Liaise with the Admin Department on logistics
    • Liaise with Communication and PR Advisor to ensure that donors are adequately given orientation in terms of security, culture, etc
    • Liaise with the PUMs to identify funding opportunities for marketing during the donor visit
    • Liaise with the PUM to prepare communities prior to donors visits

    Others

    • Fulfill Plan’s Child Protection Policy at all times
    • Perform any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

    Dealing with Problems:

    • Complexity of problems handled & the degree of investigation, analysis, & creative thinking required to solve them
    • Provides support in the implementation of the country’s grant and resource mobilization activities that meets the requirements of the FOB and other policies and procedures
    • Prepares the Grants Department PO and advices the Grants Manager on the PO performance
    • Conducts Field visits for reports verification and validation
    • Works with minimum supervision

    Communications and Working Relationships:

    • Working contacts inside and outside the organization; include the purpose and level (high, medium, low) of the contact
    • There is a medium contact with program unit staff in the field for field proposals and project reports
    • Maintains low contact with Plan grant partners
    • Knowledge, Skills, Behaviors, and Experience Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives:
    • Gained through education, training, & experience

    Qualification and Experience:

    • A Degree in relevant field such as international development, Planning, Management, Marketing and Communication and in social sciences, etc.
    • A minimum of 3 years of relevant professional experience in Grants Acquisition and Management
    • Preferably at least 2 years work experience with international development or humanitarian organizations.
    • Report writing skills

    Demonstrated behaviors needed by the postholder to successfully perform the role:

    • Promotes team work
    • Promotes innovation and learning
    • Communicates clearly and effectively
    • Gains, develops and retains credibility about his/her performance

    Skills Specific to the post needed to put knowledge into practice.

    • Good knowledge of funding cycles, strategic priorities, and requirements of donors
    • Good Resource Mobilization skills
    • Good proposal and report writing skills.
    • Fundraising skills
    • Average Financial Management skills
    • Proficient in Microsoft application and use of relevant software and other applications
    • Self-starter takes initiative and works with minimal direct supervision.
    • Strong inter-personal and cross-cultural skills.

    Physical Environment and Demands:

    • May be “typical office environment”; note if heavy lifting, climbing, excess travel, etc.

    Travel requirements

    • This position entails 30% travelling within communities in the program unit.

    Level of Contact with Children:

    Low contact: No contact or very low frequency of interaction

    Mid contact: Occasional interaction with children

    High level:Frequent interaction with children

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    Alumni Intern Positions

    The Alumni Facilitator will be responsible for leading the testing and further development of ideas for a Plan International Alumni Network for former sponsored children and programme participants (aged 18 to 24 and 25 and above).

    The Alumni Network Coordinator will:

    • Build the alumni network – on board the current network of alumni to a new online platform / group, for example a private Facebook group
    • Work with the Alumni Networks (Ghana and Niger) to decide what they want to test as an ‘alumni network’ offering on a small scale in the 3 months.
    • Lead the prototype and pilot of ideas, with support from the Plan International Country Office, WACA HUB Sponsorship / Influencing teams and Innovation Team
    • Support creating the vision for what a Plan International ‘alumni network’ can achieve.
    • Lead tests and research as per an agreed test plan. For example, the tests may include activities such as:
    • Trialling a platform to connect alumni
    • Understanding what alumni want to advocate and campaign for gender equality, and their ideas for how to use media to do this in an effective way.
    • Crowdsourcing ideas from alumni on global and country-specific problems and issues.
    • Sharing opportunities with the group – such as local job opportunities, capacity building opportunities.
    • Trialling collaboration with alumni virtually from another African country (if desirable).
    • Creating an approach for how to grow the network and engage more Plan International Alumni.
    • Engage and collaborate effectively with other youth movements in WACA for alignment and consolidated efforts to increase impact in the achievement of children’s rights and equality for girls.
    • Analyse results and feedback from the alumni and share the findings with the project team.
    • Share ideas and input to a proposal for how we can use media to engage more young people on gender equality

    Key relationships

    • The role will report to Sponsorship Manager in Ghana or Niger, and will work closely with the, WACA HUB sponsorship, WACA Hub Influencing team and Global Hub Innovation Team (based in UK) via Skype and virtual meetings.
    • The role will act as the key point of contact between Plan International and the Ghana and Niger Alumni group who wish to take part in the network.

    Technical expertise, skills and knowledge

    Essential

    • Former Plan International Sponsored Child or Programme Participant
    • Fluent in English [French in Niger] Able to work in Ghana or Niger Country Office
    • IT and digital skills (able to use Microsoft Office and social media channels)
    • Strong communication skills
    • Innovation mindset (curious, flexible, open to new ideas and changes in direction as required)
    • Problem solving skills
    • Passionate about gender equality and social impact
    • Organised and proactive
    • Leadership attributes
    • Willingness and ability to travel in Ghana and Niger for field visits as required

    Desirable

    • Experience coordinating or leading a group or community
    • Experience managing a small budget
    • Interest in creating multimedia content (videos, images, animations)
    • Able to communicate in English – for Niger
    • Able to communicate in French – for Ghana

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    MEL Manager

    Dimensions of Role:

    • The MEL Manager will be responsible and ultimately accountable for developing and implementing the MGCubed project’s knowledge management system, all with the ultimate objective of improving project effectiveness.
    • You will have a passion for working for girls’ rights and/or improving education. You will work closely with community organisations, education stakeholders and Plan programme staff to implement appropriate tools and data collection techniques to systematically measure project progress and ensure continuous learning.
    • You will ensure that Plan International’s global policies for Child Protection (CPP) and Gender Equality and Inclusion (GEI) are fully embedded in accordance with the principles and requirements of the policy including relevant Implementation Standards and Guidelines as applicable to their area of responsibility. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring staff and associates are aware of and understand their responsibilities under these policies and Plan International’s Code of Conduct (CoC), their relevance to their area of work, and that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with the appropriate procedures. You have responsibility for ensuring safeguarding procedures or policies, including on adult Sexual Exploitation, Harassment and Abuse, are adhered to.
    • MGCubed is a 4 year, DFID-funded Girls’ Education Challenge project supporting marginalised girls and children with disabilities in two regions of Ghana. MGCubed aims to address the challenges of teacher quality, teacher absenteeism, and poor learning environments through the provision of quality educational content in rural Ghanaian schools. Using solar-powered and satellite-enabled distance learning infrastructure to deliver interactive learning sessions to students, teachers, communities and government officials, MGCubed aims to improve learning outcomes for marginalised pupils, support pupils to transition successfully through school, and contribute to sustained improvements in the Ghanaian education system.

    Qualification Required & Experience

    • Advanced degree in Statistics, Measurement in Education, Planning, monitoring & evaluation, Development research, Social Sciences or other relevant fields.
    • Minimum of 5 years’ working experience in a similar role.
    • Demonstrable expertise in developing and implementing M&E systems.
    • Exceptional quantitative and qualitative data processing and analysis skills, including adapting/developing monitoring tools and surveys.
    • Proficiency with Excel, including data analysis techniques.
    • Experience managing large and complex databases.
    • In-depth knowledge of the processes, procedures and systems in project planning, management, monitoring and evaluation in education programme delivery.
    • Previous experience of using Salesforce as a database (desirable)
    • Previous experience of managing data collection processes and using mobile data collection software.
    • Proven experience in facilitating and delivering trainings using participatory approaches.
    • Experience collating and analysing comprehensive monitoring and evaluation data from multiple sources to prepare succinct reports and creative materials tailored for the needs of diverse audiences.
    • Previous experience of managing a small team.
    • Experience of working in the NGO setting will be desirable.
    • Experience working with DFID or another large institutional donor is desirable.
    • Knowledge in Gender programming and working with Women’s Rights Organisations is an advantage.
    • Capacity building experience in project design, implementation, reporting, and evaluation.

    Skills required for the post

    • Excellent English language skills, including reading, writing, speaking and listening.
    • The ability to multi-task and cope with a degree of pressure at peak times.
    • Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills and ability to work with people from a variety of cultures and backgrounds.
    • Strong understanding and proven application of project cycle management.
    • Skills in the design, entry, analysis of data in Microsoft Excel and Access as well as for Microsoft word and PowerPoint; knowledge of statistical software (e.g. SPSS) preferred.
    • Self-starter who takes initiative and works with minimal direct supervision.
    • Flexible, able to shift directions quickly and occasionally work long hours to meet tight reporting deadlines.

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