Mekong Delta Programme M&E and Communications Officer
The position is responsible for developing and maintaining a project Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system for the Mekong Delta Programme, and to produce communications outputs of the Programme.
The position is responsible for:
• designing, maintaining and updating M&E systems for all projects being managed out of the HCMC office. This currently includes the Coke, PAN CPV, Hatfield, UBS and MDC projects. A VN ADAPT project will be included in 2024;
• managing project M&E budget lines to conduct M&E field activities;
• communications and negotiations with provincial officials and managers to obtain authorization to collect monitoring data and communicating analysis with same officials;
• collection and checking of field information for M&E and communications purposes. This may require the hiring and supervision of temporary staff or volunteers to assist with data collection;
• producing timely high-quality M&E analytical reports on a regular basis for project managers. Timely submission of reports are critical in order to meet donor reporting deadlines;
• leading or assisting programme staff with the collection of field data or field research for use with project proposals on tight timelines;
• assisting the Agriculture and Nature-based Solutions Coordinator, project officers, and the Vietnam Communications and Outreach Officer with the production and publication of project related communications output;
• acting as backup for project officers (logistic supports) as needed or in an overload situation.
• Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the Agriculture and Nature-based Solutions Coordinator.
• Academic studies of three to five years, ending in a University degree or equivalent qualification in science or other recognized discipline;
• Requires qualification in a technical skill with at least 5 years of relevant work experience;
• Post requires fluency in English and Vietnamese languages;
• At least six months' experience in a foreign country and/or pertinent experience within a truly multinational environment;
• Excellent communications skills to communicate with middle management, and external contacts or partners including government departments on complex M&E information needs;
• Experience with supervising small field survey teams;
• Ability to work independently;
• Ability to respond flexibly and exercise judgment involving analysis and interpretation of facts and circumstances in order to identify the correct solution or course of action;
• Ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines to meet donor reporting or proposal deadlines.
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