About the job (1 / 2)
Under the supervision of the Deputy Country Director for Programs, the MEAL Coordinator designs the MEAL action plans of the mission, in accordance with SI’s operational framework.
He / she is responsible for providing technical guidance and support to MEAL staff at each base (Dikwa, Ngala, Maiduguri, and Monguno), as well as developing and disseminating tools for ongoing MEAL activates.
Validate data checking and cleaning, analysis, maps and recommendations produced by the MEAL department or PMs before their dissemination.
Liaise with HQ if external publication.Propose adjustments, new activities to improve the quality of the operations or approaches, in consultation with technical coordinators.
Contribute to terms of references for external evaluations and studies.Develop and maintaining monitoring tools for external and internal coordination and communication such as dashboards and web maps.
Build on institutional knowledge on M&E activities and missions’ results (lessons learnt and recommendations) and make sure these are known by technical and field coordinators.
Participate into centralizing and disseminating procedures, guides and tools with HQ.Build on an expertise network in his / her field and, if possible, develop partnerships with counterparts.
Use SI’s IKB tools to document MEAL tools and methodologies / approaches; sharing with relevant HQ departments.
About the job (2 / 2)
Specific stakes and challenges
Focus on the ongoing implementation of protection mainstreaming and accountability across all activities. Particularly important for the two ECHO grants Strengthen the CRM first established in 2018 by improving and incorporating new and contextually relevant channels to access, improving and standardizing referral mechanisms, and fully incorporating and sensitizing teams on whistle blower policies Ongoing update and improvement of mission monitoring tools and databases in collaboration with technical coordinators Actively contribute to all consortiums via attending meetings, regularly updating monthly / quarterly meetings, and presenting on activates, assessments, and discussing issues when possible and needed Ongoing monitoring of the EuropAid project activities, particularly regarding the MR is needed in collaboration with the lead partner organization.
The monitoring of the FSL activities require particular attention in relation to the recent MR
Priorities for the 2 / 3 first months
Follow-up on quarterly indicator tracking tools and identify what has been achieved, where, by whom, how, any bottlenecks, and work with bases to highlight the difficulties and achievements, and overall how best to adapt to the findings Ensure CRM standards are harmonized in all bases and utilized by all program staff Identify any monitoring gaps or redundancies and address as needed in collaboration with the base teams and technical coordinators input
SI will offer you...
According to experience, starting from 2640 euros gross per month (2400 base salary + 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly) and a monthly Per Diem of 600 USD.
SI also covers accommodation costs and travel expenses between the expatriate's country of origin and the place of assignment.
Vacation : During the assignment, R&R is implemented at the rate of one break every three months. SI offers you 7 working days ever three months, with 850 USD allowance for each break.
In addition to these regular breaks, SI adds a day off per worked month. These days off as well as the breaks are not deducted from the paid leaves that are paid every months with your salary as they are offered by the organization.
Social and medical cover :
Expatriates benefit from an insurance package, which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks.
Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.
Living conditions :
The living conditions of the base are comfortable (A.C, comfortable beds, TV, tennis table, good cooking etc.) with possibility of finding a wide range of goods for cooking.
Despite security restriction, the level of activities is quite good (sport : soccer, volleyball and interactions with other INGO).
The multicultural environment allows for enriching exchanges and extensive discussions, as the atmosphere is very uplifting.
Security procedures are quite restrictive so it means that knowledge of the city and the culture will be also very limited.