Mpamba Recharge & Win

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World Relief is an international Christian NGO working in health, economic development, disaster response, and refugee resettlement. World Relief`s mission is empowering local churches to serve the most vulnerable.

World Relief Malawi is implementing a USAID funded SCOPE project which seeks to use and improve existing private and public health systems, working systems, working with health service providers to co-train community health actors and strengthen policies to improve access to services.

World Relief Malawi, through the SCOPE project, collaborates with key stakeholders to reduce preventable maternal health and child morbidity by increasing utilization of reproductive health services for women of reproductive age and utilization of primary health care services by under five children.

World Relief Malawi, therefore invites applications from interested and qualified candidates to fill the following vacant positions:

Job Title : M & E Assistants – (2 Positions)

Reports to Project Manager with dotted line to M&E Coordinator

Location : Lilongwe/Machinga

Key Responsibilities

Reporting to the Project Manager with dotted line to M&E Coordinator, the M&E Assistant is responsible for providing programmatic support and technical support to SCOPE Project staff in program quality assurance, operations research.

Specific Functions

  • Collaborating with project staff to implement and maintain the M&E systems following the national M&E protocol.
  • Ensuring timely submission of quality progress report for the project.
  • In liaison with M&E Coordinator, providing technical assistance and building capacities of project staff in all M&E related activities.
  • Providing guidance and support to all project staff in the implementation of monitoring tools, which includes but not limited to data collection, analysis and reporting on project indicators.
  • Collaborating with project staff and the District Councils in planning, designing and undertaking project evaluations and other programmatic assessments.
  • In Liaison with M&E Coordinator facilitate Participatory Learning and Action (PLAs) and Lot Control Assurance Surveys (LQS), Barrier and Bottle neck analysis in pursuit for program quality assurance, learning and evidence based program management.
  • Coordinate monitoring, evaluation and learning endeavors for intra and inter organizations at District Level.
  • Identify and inform project team of respective programmatic research findings, learning avenues and recommend possible action based on evidence resolve.
  • Maintain comprehensive programmatic database/management information systems (electronic and hard copy files of all project documents).
  • Supervise and collaborate with district councils on data entry and correction and knowledge management protocols.

Qualifications and Experience
  • Bachelors Degree in Statistics, Demographics, Public Policy, Public Health, or a related field with 2 years of related experience.
  • Experience in Project implementation, research and program evaluations.
  • Experience in principles and current approaches to participatory monitoring and evaluation
  • Well conversant with data base management and interpretation.
  • High-level computer skills and experience using the following: MS Excel. MS Word, STATA. SPSS and SAS.
  • Excellent facilitating skills with strong communication skills in both English and local languages.
  • Commitment to World Relief Values.

Method of applications

Interested candidates are requested to submit their applications and CVs and provide names and contacts of three traceable referees to World Relief by 1st November, 2019. Please indicate on the envelope of email subject the post which you are applying for. Only shortlisted candidates will be communicated.

Applications should be sent to the following address:

The Human Resource Officer,
World Relief Malawi,
P. O. Box 30717,



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