Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Analyst

Organization
Village Enterprise
Location
Washington, DC preferred
Job Type
Full-time
Deadline for Applications
09/30/2019
How to Apply
Click Apply for this Job at the link and submit a cover letter and resume
Where to Apply
https://villageenterprise.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=33
Tags
Full-time

About the Job:
Village Enterprise seeks a dynamic and passionate individual to support our robust Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) agenda. Primary job duties and responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:

Research and Data-Driven Decision-Making
Ongoing data cleaning and analysis and report drafting related to Village Enterprise research and learning initiatives
Contribute to design and implementation of Village Enterprise evaluation and research studies
Support relationships with external research partners
Manage Village Enterprise research Fellows/Interns as requested
Database Management

Provide high-level database oversight, including data quality review and management of data cleaning efforts upon request
Provide programming database support for VE staff members as needed
Support ongoing optimization of database for current and new programming
Program Monitoring and Evaluation

Contribute to research and design of new monitoring and evaluation instruments and processes necessary for institutional learning, adaptation, accountability and communications
Support design of monitoring and evaluation frameworks for new projects as requested
Provide support to field-based Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team on an as-needed basis
Communications and Fundraising

Create reports as needed for accountability, fundraising and communications purposes
Represent Village Enterprise in external meetings and events as needed
Administration

Support general operations as needed
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Monitoring and Evaluation, Economics, Statistics, International Development or a related field; preference will be given to candidate with a Master’s degree
Experience cleaning and analyzing social impact programming data (2 years minimum if no Master’s degree)
Strong command of Stata
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint
Understanding of fundamentals of monitoring and evaluation for social impact programming
Literate in data collection methods
Experience with Salesforce and/or TaroWorks is preferred
Experience working in east Africa is preferred, especially in a monitoring, evaluation and/or research capacity