MEAL Officer (Roving) (Ref: MEAL Officer (roving))

World Vision International Gaziantep
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World Vision international

Join and be part of a global relief, development and advocacy NGO, dedicated to work with children, families & communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision International was established in 1950 & operates in nearly 100 countries worldwide.

World Vision is committed to the protection of children and we do not employ people whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible.

Job Description:

 

10% 1. Program Design

  • Support MEAL Coordinator as requested (One Syria Response, strategy, sectoral frameworks, EBP (based on Regional and Global strategic priorities for Evidence Building), overall MEAL system set-up, ad-hoc requests)
  • MEAL Coordinator is supported, ensuring learning throughout the process.
  • Support MEAL Coordinator in leading the proposal development process regarding MEAL input (logframe, budgeting for MEAL activities and staffing, MEAL narrative plan, etc.)
  • Proposals are submitted with good quality and measurable indicators.
  • Develop project-specific MEAL frameworks in coordination with project staff
  • MEAL frameworks are completed, including all details about indicators, definitions, sources of data, and responsibilities.

 

50% 2. Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting

  • Develop methodology, sampling, and tools for the outcome and process monitoring studies, including pre/post-tests, PIMs/PDMs, FGDs, KIIs, etc.
  • Methodologies and tools that abide by MEAL and sector-specific standards are developed.
  • Plan, lead and oversee the implementation of outcome monitoring studies for grants such as PIMs/PDMs, midline and endline studies, pre/post-tests, FGDs, KIIs, etc. (coordinate, follow up, and review the outcome monitoring methodology, tools and reports for grants
  • Outcome monitoring exercises are implemented with quality and on time, abiding by the MEAL, donor and sector requirements.
  • Lead project-specific evaluations and baselines at the field level (development of ToR, select and short-list consultants, coordinate with the consultant, review of design methodology and tools, review final reports, attend interpretation workshops, etc. if externally led; and conduct data analysis and report writing if internally-led)
  • Project baselines and evaluations are completed on time and with quality.
  • Implement field-level tasks for the outcome and process monitoring of grants, including pre/post-tests, PIMs/PDMs, midline and end-line studies, FGDs, KIIs, etc. (training of casual workers, planning field data collection, coordination of data collection, supervising, facilitating, coding tools, developing datasets, data cleaning, analysis, reporting)
  • The monitoring plan for grant projects is implemented as a set, and MEAL reports are submitted on time and with good quality.
  • Implement field-level tasks for the Syria strategy Impact Assessment (casual training workers, ensuring the quality of data collection through supervision, data cleaning)
  • Process of data collection for the Syria strategy Impact Assessment at the field level is well led, and quality data is collected.
  • Responsible for the coordination of projects’ baselines and evaluation studies (coordination at field level with consultants, beneficiaries and partners/stakeholders if externally led and methodology, development of tools, data collection, and cleaning if internally led)
  • Baselines and evaluations are completed on time and with quality
  • Provide support in training project staff and partners on reporting requirements, core humanitarian standards, output level monitoring and conduct regular training for Operations staff on data collection and data entry for pre-post tests
  • Operations staff and partners are supported and trained on MEAL skills.
  • Contribute to the MEAL-related component of the Child Well-Being Report (a requirement by GC for Response Offices to also submit a CWBR - as per frequency set by GC)
  • CWBR is submitted with good quality, including all relevant sector-specific information from the field level.
  • Conduct ITT verifications of projects in coordination with project staff every month and ensure project level ITT are updated with accurate data monthly, and key findings are shared with management at the program review meetings
  • ITTs are submitted with accurate figures and data, and All outputs & activities are reported monthly
  • Conduct project site visits regularly and monitors partner & direct implementation for quality standards through scheduled visits, data quality audits, and spot checks.
  • Quality implementation of projects is ensured
  • Ensure that critical MEAL findings and recommendations are discussed and addressed by management
  • MEAL findings are shared with key stakeholders to ensure continuous learning and improvement of organizational processes

 

30% 3. Accountability to Children & Communities

  • Assess community preferences and needs to inform the design of contextually-appropriate accountability processes and share outcomes/results with communities, colleagues and partners
  • A relevant and effective accountability system is activated for WV programmes
  • Implement the accountability plan/design developed based on the community preferences on providing information, consulting with communities, promoting participation and collecting & acting on feedback and complaints
  • Accountability to children & communities is ensured through a comprehensive accountability system
  • Receive, process and respond to feedback and complaints and communicate progress back to the children, communities and stakeholders
  • Contextually-appropriate feedback & complaints mechanism is operational
  • Implement the plan for sharing information according to the information needs and preferences of community stakeholders and adjust accordingly and  collaborate with colleagues to collect relevant and accurate organizational and programme information that will be shared openly with communities, stakeholders and partners
  • Transparency toward beneficiaries is ensured
  • Ensure that all the feedback & complaints received from communities are recorded/updated timely and accurately in the system and loops closed within the timeline
  • Effective accountability practices are in place
  • Sensitize community members about their right to information, to be consulted, participate and provide feedback and complaints, balanced with a responsibility to support solutions
  • accessibility to the feedback and complaints channels is ensured
  • Support  investigating allegations of irregularities, fraud, corruption or other forms of misconduct by directly liaising with the affected communities, according to guidelines and promptly that promotes trust and safety
  • Resolution of  received serious complaints is ensured
  • Engage community members in measuring the effectiveness of Accountability practices and, provide recommendations for and address areas that need improvement in coordination with the accountability core team, conduct other consultation activities which can support the design of new programmes
  • Ensure most affected people are consulted
  • Conduct exit interviews, observation and reporting

 

5% 4. Research and Learning

  • Co-lead lessons learned events for projects with project managers and technical staff (preparation, facilitation and report writing)
  • Lessons learned events are supported with MEAL evidence and are well documented.
  • Implement any potential research studies/EBP at the field level (data collection, cleaning) - (based on Regional and Global strategic priorities for Evidence Building)
  • Evidence on sector-specific programming is built.

 

 

5% 5. Miscellaneous

  • Complete Horizon tasks relevant to assigned projects (uploading MEAL plans and monitoring data) - (a requirement by GC to roll out Horizon at the Office level)
  • Horizon is updated on time with all relevant MEAL information.
  • Attend internal and external meetings relevant to assigned projects
  • Project-specific information is shared with staff.
  • Attend internal and external training, workshops, events, etc.
  • Capacities and competencies are improved.
  • Manage and follow up on P&C and financial-related matters for casual workers and conduct performance agreement and review with direct supervisor
  • P&C, finance and procurement guidelines are implemented and abided by.
     

 

Required Professional Experience

Minimum 2 years of experience in working in a relief or development NGO/INGO with a focus on MEAL processes.

 

Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification:

Agriculture related education background, or BS Degree in international development, international relations, public health, nutrition, statistics, community development, or other relevant discipline is required.

 

Preferred Knowledge and Qualifications

  • Have experience in livelihood agriculture sector
  • Preferably to have experience in Hatay context
  • Experience in the design and implementation of MEAL systems, including qualitative and quantitative approaches to baselines, monitoring and evaluations, is required
  • Good understanding of international standards in humanitarian and accountability (i.e. CHS, SPHERE and Red Cross Code of Conduct)
  • Good working knowledge of statistical packages (Excel, etc.) is required
  • Excellent knowledge of ODK database/SMAP server
  • Expert data handling skills (classification, categorizing, tabulation etc.) and demonstrates diligence in data management
  • Good knowledge of information presentation techniques (graphing, charting, tabling etc.) and interpreting them
  • Information dissemination skills are required
  • Good knowledge of and experience with humanitarian guidelines and principles.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure
  • Organization, planning, and time management skills
  • Detailed oriented and able to verify data quality
  • Stays open to internal and external feedback
  • Good contextual knowledge of the local community and social/cultural constraints, realities and organizational relationships
  • Ability to understand, explain and contextualize MEAL tools
  • High-level communications skills
  • Ability to build positive relationships in a cross-cultural environment
  • Preferred working knowledge of advanced statistical packages (SPSS etc.)
  • The position requires the ability to attend and participate in capacity-building opportunities, training and meetings locally and internationally as required by the organization

 

Travel and/or Work Environment Requirement:

• The position requires 70% of the time to be field-based and 30% at the office level

• The position requires to have extensive visits location of implementation in Hatay.

• Position requires willingness and ability to continue functioning during a crisis, including during a World Vision response to an artificial or natural disaster.

• The position requires availability and willingness to work outside regular office hours occasionally.

Physical

 

Language Requirements

  • Knowledge of Turkish is a must 
  • Knowledge of Arabic is highly preferred 
  • Knowledge and communication skills in English is a must 

 

Applicant Types Accepted:

Local Applicants Only

 

If you meet our requirements, please submit your English resume with a cover letter via website, only applications submitted via our website and in English are accepted.