Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning/Knowledge Management Specialist – Haiti – Haiti – ReliefWeb

CARE seeks a Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) and Knowledge Management (KM) Specialist for the anticipated USAID-funded Financing Climate Resilient Sanitation Systems and Services (SANIFIN) project in Haiti. This is expected to be a five-year cooperative agreement, covering multiple communes of the southern region of Haiti. Project goals include increasing earned revenue and profitability of sanitation services; increasing household and service provider access to financing for sanitation services; improved quality, equity, and resilience of sanitation products and services; and increased availability and sustainable management of safe sanitation for underserved households. In line with USAID New Partnership Initiative (NPI) objectives, the project will work to increase localization, achieve sustainable and resilient results, and catalyze more effective partnering for impact. For a broader understanding of the SANIFIN goals and objectives, please refer to the USAID APS:
This position is subject to project award and funding. Haitian nationals and diaspora candidates will be prioritized. This position is anticipated to be based in Jeremie, Les Cayes, Port-au-Prince, or Cap-Haitien, depending on final award, with a minimum of 30% travel across the project geography.
CARE seeks applicants for one MEAL Lead to support the SANIFIN project. Under the guidance of the Chief of Party, the MEAL Lead will be responsible for strategic vision, leadership, and oversight of the project monitoring, evaluation, learning, and adaptation activities throughout the project lifespan. The post holder will provide technical and supervisory leadership on the design of MEAL systems, approaches, and strategies to monitor and ensure project outcomes and impact and participant satisfaction (e.g. for data collection, analysis, visualization, and sense-making; for any needed database or data systems development; for data quality assurance (DQA) processes; for learning processes and uptake; for participant and stakeholder feedback loops) . They will provide inputs and analysis to project technical leads and partners to meet objectives and quality standards, and they will lead design, implementation, and monitoring of all MEAL components.
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