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Mogadishu Coordinator (SMLP-2) – HRO-356

Long-term Cooperating Country National (CCN) position based in Mogadishu, with routine travel within Somalia and quarterly travel to Nairobi, in accordance with project requirements.
The Mogadishu Coordinator will work with our Data Collection and Research Partners to deliver the fieldwork for third-party monitoring (TPM) of USAID/Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) activities in Somalia under the Somalia Monitoring Learning Project (SMLP-2). They will be responsible for ensuring the timely planning of TPM site visits, engaging BHA’s implementing partners (IP), and preparing background information on the activities, components and programs. They will coordinate all field mobilization, triangulating updates and progress reports from each field team. Reporting to the Senior Monitoring Advisor, the Mogadishu Coordinator will also work closely with the Monitoring Advisor, and the Security Operations Officer to ensure operational protocols are followed and that potential risks are duly mitigated.

Integrity Global, in partnership with Management Systems International (MSI) and with leading research and data collection firms in Somalia, will establish a third-party monitoring system to collect data that verifies partner reported outputs and selected outcomes. It will deduce lessons learned from humanitarian programs in Somalia funded by the USAID Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)/Somalia. The overall goal of SMLP-2 is to increase BHA/Somalia’s access to independent, verifiable data related to the 1) quantity and quality of activities delivered, and 2) performance of BHA-funded programs in Somalia. This increased access to data will allow BHA/Somalia to make more evidence-based program design, implementation, and strategy decisions.

Terms of Reference
Data Collection and Quality Assurance

Responsible for managing data collection and data verification activities in Somalia.

Coordinate field operations, including the implementation of site visits and data collection in partnership with the Data Collection and Research partners.

Oversee Data Collection and Research partners’ compliance in implementation of site visits and provide onsite coaching and mentoring of field monitors.

Conduct limited data collection using interview guides, focus group discussions or beneficiary telephone or facetoface surveys, as needed and requested by the Senior Monitoring Advisor.

Provide initial quality assurance/review for all site visits, seeking clarifications on key  information needs.

Engage data collection and research teams to review training requirements, identify training needs, and develop training materials with the Monitoring Advisor and Monitoring Analyst; then organize and participate in training workshops to address technical competencies or thematic understanding.

Support fieldlevel data collection activities for IP Data Quality Assessments (DQA).

Ensure accurate data is submitted on time and according to requirements.

Security and Incident tracking

Continuously monitor contextual developments in SMLP2 target geographies.

Advise the projects security and operations focal points of the security conditions in the areas
of operations.

Escalate and coordinate incident responses, acting as the focal point between program
operations staff in Nairobi and Somaliabased monitoring teams.

Stakeholder Engagement

Interface with project’s Somali partners, enhancing communication and troubleshooting problems as they arise.

Serve as point of contact for USAID/BHA and project visitors to Mogadishu International Airport.

Create and maintain a pool of Somali expert shortterm technical assistance (STTA) in  Mogadishu (sectoral experts, facilitators, engineers, IT experts, etc.) and interface with these experts.

Your Education and Experience

The Mogadishu Coordinator must have:

A Bachelor’s degree in international affairs/development, social science or any other related field. A Master’s degree is an asset.

Minimum 3 years of experience working in a humanitarian context (or relevant) programming.

Excellent ability to communicate, work in a team, and collaborate with individuals with diverse technical backgrounds and with external stakeholders including government entities and international agencies.

Demonstrated experience in qualitative research and/or monitoring, evaluation and learning in the humanitarian or development sectors of Somalia.

 
HRO356

Exceptional organizational skills, attention to detail and follow through.
Experience working with data collection software such as Kobo Toolbox or SurveyCTO preferred.

Experience with monitoring donorfunded programs, preferably with a familiarity of USAID.

Familiarity with the operations of BHA programs and knowledge of IP activities in Somalia is highly desirable.

Required Interpersonal Skills

Ability to effectively and efficiently handle multiple tasks simultaneously with precision and adapt to changes in responsibilities and workloads.

Must be professional, possess a high degree of urgency and selfmotivation, and have a strong work ethic.

Resultsoriented approach to problem solving.

Strong communication skills, including notetaking for meetings.

High professional standards for evaluation data and reporting.

Accustomed to teamwork and able to sustain positive and frequent communications for a remotely managed monitoring team in a challenging, highrisk environment.

Ability to work independently where necessary.

Works well in a diverse team.

Languages

Written and oral fluency in English, with the ability to write clear and compelling narrative.

Fluency in Somali language strongly preferred.

How to Apply

If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete the application form at
http://www.integrityglobal.com/applyand attach a CV and Cover Letter, explaining why you are suitable for and want the role. Applications submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
The closing date for applications is30th November 2022. However, we will review candidates on a rolling basis and the vacancy may be filled before this deadline. We encourage early applications.
Please be advised that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Candidates must have the right to work in Kenya.

Integrity is an equal opportunities employer. And positively encourages applications from suitably  qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. We will respect your
confidentiality and abide by US data protection laws.

Applications without a tailored cover letter will not be considered

 

 

 

 

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