Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

Rwanga Foundation



Rwanga Foundation will continue to foster the skills and capacities of employees working in the private sector. This implication is a part of the previous project implemented in KRI funded by GIZ. Rwanga Foundation has set a plan to continue enhancing skills development of both employees’ capacity to work and their opportunities at work. This approach will offer more scope for creativity and satisfaction at work.

The project is designed based on the previous project to support the private sector employees in boosting their workplace performance. This project seeks youth empowerment in the three targeted governorates; (Erbil, Sulaimani, and Duhok) to enhance employee employability and productive engagement. These kinds of training and development are considered as an essential element of strategy. Most employers have realized that providing technical support and development to the employees serves as employee motivation, but it also enables the companies/ organization to create a highly-skilled workforce.  Moreover, it is a unique opportunity for employers, mainly in the private sector, to develop the capacity of their employees by the provision of different employment skills which the companies required. Therefore, employers usually emphasize seeking the right skills and competencies for their companies. These are abroad competencies and behaviors that are essential for a prosperous working place. These are the critical employability skills and the core skills that will make the employees more effective. These skills are sometimes known as transferable skills because they develop over time and take them with the employers as their careers develop.

The project’s overall objective is to improve young people’s employability skills in the private sector by empowering 300 youths with training courses and advisory services, focusing on female and male youth aged 18-35. In addition, this project aims to improve the skills and capabilities of 300 employees in various areas per employee needs, for instance, HR and recruiting management, Financial management, Skill training where employees will gain the knowledge and abilities necessary to fulfill the specific requirements for their job positions in three Kurdistan region governorates (Erbil, Sulaimani, and Duhok).

Qualifications & Preferred Skills


Specific duties will include the following:

  • To record, manage and preserve monitoring and evaluation data in a safe and accessible way;
  • To analyze and discuss findings based on regular monitoring data;
  • Support partners in conducting baseline surveys;
  • Participate actively in the program planning process and budgeting of the program quality and fundraising unit;
  • Support the team in developing the annual and six-monthly organizational reports;
  • Support the team in dealing with any other tasks as may be required;
  • Performs ad hoc duties as and when required.




  • Develop project monitoring plan of the projects in line with project Logical Framework Approach and consulting with program team and partners.
  • Coordinate with Implementer Partners to collect data according to agreed indicators.
  • Engage with field officers to collect and manage essential data of their respective projects.
  • Enhance project team capacity on designing Monitoring and Evaluation lifecycle.
  • Monitoring the training sessions on a daily basis and reporting the Project Coordinator and Director of Programs with the evaluation including recommendations and suggestions for future training based on the identified indicators and targets.



  • Assist team in designing, coordinating and conducting project evaluations.
  • Assist the team in designing and conducting Post Implementation Monitoring Survey (PIMS).
  • Assist team in conducting Program Data Review.
  • Support partners in designing and disseminating research studies by providing relevant input.
  • Conduct pre and post-assessment for each training.


Reporting and Documentation

  • Assist team in developing quarterly, six-month and annual reports.
  • Develop and share field visit reports with relevant staff.
  • Upload key reports.



  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent.



  • At least 3 years’ experience in Project Management;
  • Previous work experience in the related field is a strong asset;


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Exceptional verbal, written and presentation skills;
  • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team;
  • Knowledge in file management, transcription and other administrative procedures;
  • Previous work experience in the related field is a strong asset;
  • Ability to maintain the highest degree of discretion and confidentiality
  • Ability to work on various computer software applications.


Monitoring & Reporting

  • Safeguard all confidential files;
  • Report any issues that may affect the institution image;
  • Monitoring/Assessing performance to make improvements or take corrective action;
  • Prepare project reports to Direct Supervisor on a monthly basis.


Working conditions

  • Frequent field trips to different regions.



  • Fluency in English, Kurdish and Arabic, both spoken and written is required.

How To Apply

  • Application closing date:(October 7th, 2021), but applications will be considered on a rolling basis and early application is encouraged.
  • Applicants should submit their CVs with cover letter to ([email protected])
  • Please mention the vacancy title: [ M&E Officer-Erbi]in the subject box of your email;
  • Potential candidates for the post will be contacted for an interview and processed according to Rwanga Foundation HR policies and procedures;
  • Female candidates are encouraged to apply;
  • Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

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