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The Maternal Newborn and Child health Programme-MNCH2 is a country led programme which aims to reduce maternal and child mortality in Northern Nigeria and it is funded by the Department for International Development DFID. The MNCH programme is being implemented in six states in northern Nigeria: Jigawa, Kaduna, Katsina, Kano, Yobe and Zamfara States.
Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator
Medical, Health, Safety, NGO, Non-Profit
We are looking for an outstanding Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator for a large, DFID-funded Programme on Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in Nigeria.
This is a full time position to be based in Yobe State, Nigeria and will report to the State Team Leader - Yobe.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator will be responsible for the timely collection, management, analysis, and reporting of valid and reliable data that meet government and donor reporting requirements at the state level in Nigeria.
She or He will specialise in monitoring and evaluation methodology, evidenced-based decision making, qualitative and quantitative research, management, analysis, and translating results to programmatic change.
Degree in Public Health, Evaluation, Social Science, International Development, Statistics, Economics, or a related discipline.
Minimum 5 years? experience conducting M&E for large maternal and child health programmes in a developing country, preferably Nigeria.
Strong quantitative and qualitative research and analysis skills.
Demonstrated experience with HMIS, databases, MS Office, SPSS, SAS and other relevant skills.
Experience with governmental and nongovernmental health sector partners.
Strong interpersonal skills and proven ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships across teams and organisations.
Experience working with DFID funded programmes is preferred.
Excellent written and spoken English is a must.
Nigerian nationals are encouraged to apply.
A friendly and team-based working environment
Opportunity to work with national and international colleagues
Vital contribution to improving maternal and newborn services in Northern Nigeria
The opportunity to truly "make a difference"
A competitive salary with benefits