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Saturday, 23 April 2016

Nafasi ya Kazi Food Trade East & Southern Africa (ESA), Application Deadline 15 May 2016

FOOD TRADE EAST & SOUTHERN AFRICA (ESA)
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Post Title: Monitoring and Results Measurement Specialist

Reports to: Team Leader – Food Trade East & Southern Africa
Duty Station: Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

Requirements
Food Trade East & Southern Africa (ESA) is a five-year UK Government funded trade enhancement and promotion program focused on staple foods. The World Food Programme, through a grant provided by the Food Trade ESA, is implementing a multi-country project to scale up the use of its Patient Procurement Platform {PPP}. The PPP project will support government efforts to build sustainable markets that link smallholder farmers to local and regional markets.

The project is seeking a qualified Monitoring and Results Measurement (MRM) Specialist. The MRM Specialist will work closely with the technical team and other project stakeholders to manage an intervention MRM plan for the WFP PPP project, providing quality assessment support and improving all on-going monitoring measurement activities.
Potential candidates are required to have a minimum of a university degree in any relevant field/subject, with. 5+ years' experience managing data intensive programs and designing MRM systems. Experience in integrating innovative MRM approaches in agriculture development programmes within the region is desirable.


APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Interested and suitably qualified candidates can send their CV and cover letter through foodtrade_recruitment@dsi.com.

Applications should include three work-related telephone numbers'. by email only through referees and day-time Application deadline is 14 days from the date advertised.

Only candidates who meet qualifications will be shortlisted and contacted.

We are committed to minimizing the environmental impacts of operations related to the programme, and to ensuring our work supports social protection for everyone without bias. We encourage gender equity and diversity in our programme



Source: Daily News 22nd April, 2016