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Management Sciences for Health (MSH) seeks a Senior Manager, Monitoring & Evaluation for a potential 5 -year USAID-funded health program in one of the Francophone countries in Africa. The purpose of the program is to build the capacity of public health facilities at the district level and below. The program will focus activities on improving clinical skills and accessible preventive and curative health services.
The Senior Manager for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) will oversee the monitoring and evaluation system for reporting progress, and maintain reporting procedures and guidelines in compliance with USAID systems. The Senior Manager for M&E will be expected to develop a strong monitoring and evaluation plan consistent with the USAID results framework, coordinate the collection of data including conducting field visits for data validation, monitor the quality and completeness of data sets, contribute to the development of the program and document project performance against established outputs and indicators. S/he will also be responsible for building the capacity of the ministry of health and other stakeholders in the collection, utilization, and dissemination of data as well as ensuring that all monitoring and data collection activities are harmonized and information is shared. S/he will also assist the MOH to monitor programs and assess the robustness of implementing organizations’ data collection and M&E mechanisms.