m2m is a leader in delivering non-clinical complementary care and support services through its peer-based Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH), Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) education and psychosocial support model. m2m will leverage 15 years of experience to contribute to the HIV-response in Mozambique through technical assistance to the Mozambique Ministry of Health (MISAU) to strengthen its Maes Para Maes programme (MPM). Working collaboratively with country-based staff, local stakeholders and m2m Head Office staff, the M&E Co-ordinator will support the implementation of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for m2m’s Mozambique Programme Sofla The M&E Officer reports to the SI Manager, working in collaboration with the m2m Mozambique in-country team, Department of Programmes and Technical Support (DPTS Head Office), International Operations, other internal staff and consultants, as well as in-country partners in Mozambique. The position will be based Sofala
Key Performance Areas:
Oversee, manage and contribute to the implementation of the m2m Mozambique M&E System as delegated.
Implement the routine M&E Tools and Data Management System, as well as Data Quality Audit tools and processes in alignment with the geographical cascade outlined in the Mozambique M&E Data Flow Diagram;
Provide Quality Assurance on all M&E processes and outputs as delegated.
Participate in the execution of a country-assessment process to identify strengths and address weaknesses in the M&E System of the MPM Programme in Mozambique.
Contribute to this assessment through providing information required;
Contribute to designing and implementing M&E system improvements as delegated.
Participate in training of in-country stakeholders to administer and use routine MPM M&E tools and systems
As delegated, conduct training (among Government staff and MPM Implementing Partners) in administering all components of the MPM Routine M&E system in Mozambique;
Provide ongoing Supportive Supervision to data capturers to ensure diligent uptake of all components of the MPM Routine M&E system in Mozambique.
Contribute to routine and ad-hoc reporting on m2m’s Mozambique Programme as delegated:
As delegated and in accordance with the routine M&E reporting schedule, process requests for M&E data, such as data / information for annual reports and proposals, meetings and public relations / communications;
Conduct data analysis and compile reports, as delegated, for key donors and for all other audiences requiring data / information;
Ensure high quality reports are submitted timely;
Monitor quarterly programme achievements and trends through producing routine quarterly reports or in accordance with any agreed upon routine reporting schedule.
Ensure that high quality data are consistently generated at the appropriate level of delegation:
Contribute to the design of Data Quality Audit systems and protocols, including Data Quality Assessment tools and procedures;
Continuously ensure data quality;
Manage and oversee the execution of all recommendations for improved data quality.
Other duties in support of the m2m Mozambique Programme’s Strategic Information needs:
As delegated, support data extraction, data collection and data quality improvement interventions in support of E&OR projects.
Qualifications and Experience:
A Bachelor’s degree in Public Health or Health and Development-related field;
A minimum of 3-5 years’ progressively responsible work experience implementing M&E systems for health, with specific reference to HIV in resource constrained country contexts;
Experience collaborating with Implementation Partners on M&E;
Knowledge of USAID and CDC M&E frameworks, indicators and reporting requirements. .
Strong analytical skills, including the ability to organize and interpret quantitative data and represent findings in oral and written form;
Strong coordination, interpersonal and teamwork skills;
Excellent attention to detail;
Experience in project co-ordination, including managing human resources;
Ability to meet deadlines, manage multiple tasks and work in a fast-paced, demanding environment;
Proactive, with a solution-oriented approach;
Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively in a team;
Excellent written and verbal language skills in Portuguese; and English;
Expert skills in use of information technology including Microsoft Office Applications: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access;
Advanced skills in use of statistical software programme (preferably STATA) is an advantage.