Monitoring and Evaulations Managers for Peru and Colombia

June 23, 2008 at 11:50 am Leave a comment

Position/Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Manager, Clinton Giustra
Sustainable Growth Initiative (CGSGI)
Location: Position is based in-country

About the Clinton Foundation
President Clinton established the William J. Clinton Foundation in 2002
with the mission to strengthen the capacity of people throughout the
world to meet the challenges of global interdependence. To advance this
mission, the Foundation works with like-minded organizations and forms
partnerships with national and local governments and businesses around
the world to make an immediate and measurable impact in several areas,
including HIV/AIDS, economic development, and childhood obesity. Learn
more at http://www.clintonfoundation.org.

About CGSGI
Established by President Bill Clinton and Canadian philanthropist Frank
Giustra in 2007, CGSGI is an innovative partnership between the William
J. Clinton Foundation (the ‘implementing partner’ for CGSGI), the
private sector, governments, local communities, and NGOs to increase the
scale, scope, impact, and sustainability of social and economic
development efforts in countries where the natural resource industries
are an important part of the economy.

CGSGI will build on the Clinton Foundation’s proven track record as an
operational NGO in the developing world, and on President Clinton’s
ability to mobilize political will and spark multi-sectoral cooperation.
Currently, the initiative is being launched in three countries in Latin
America-Colombia, Peru, and Mexico. In the coming months, CGSGI will
look to expand its activities into Africa.

Job Description:
The Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst will act as local independent
reviewer of all project results, expenditures and issues, including
aggregating and reporting at country level as needed. S/he is
responsible for providing regular reports to both the Country Manager
and the Monitoring and Evaluation Director on project information and
risks.

Key Responsibilities:
* Identify critical indicators and establish monitoring and
evaluations systems for CGSGI in country projects as needed
* Collect, manage and analyze data to support and improve the
quality of CGSGI projects
* Provide project managers with technical assistance and support
to effectively manage risks and enhance data management systems
* Document and disseminate best practices in managing data to
improve and support CGSGI goals
* Report on risks and mitigation effects to Country Manager
* Report in-country issues as needed to Monitoring and Evaluation
Director
* Review project reports and information for reliability and
consistency
* Support Country Manager and Project Manager as needed in
developing and managing budgets and fiscal requirements

Qualifications:
* Advanced degree in relevant field or equivalent work experience
* Experience working with IT reporting systems
* Proven diplomatic and interpersonal skills
* Excellent quantitative and problem solving skills
* Management reporting experience, preferably in public sector
settings and/or international development environments
* Comfort operating in ‘internal audit’ role and building
effective working relations
* Fluency in English and language of country of operation

Pluses:
* Ability to work efficiently and collaboratively with remote head
office
* Experience with matrix reporting preferred

To Apply:
Please send an e-mail with letter of interest, resume, and names of
three references to jobs@clintonfoundation.org. Please indicate where
you saw the advertisement and include the title “M&E Manager – CGSGI” in
the subject line.

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