Jhpiego seeks a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Advisor to provide technical leadership, oversight and strategic direction for monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) activities for an upcoming health workforce improvement project in Ethiopia. The project aims to address critical human resource challenges in Ethiopia’s health sector. The project will operate over a five-year period. The MEL Advisor will provide technical leadership for systematic collection, analysis, synthesis, use and communication of data and learning to inform project and health sector stakeholder decision-making at Federal, Regional, and District levels. The MEL Advisor will work closely with the FMOH, RHBs, Higher Education Institution (HEI) Managers, and other stakeholders to build their capacity to generate and use HRIS and other health workforce data for decision making, including providing leadership for establishing and/or strengthening structures that will facilitate systematic collaboration, continuous learning, and adaptive management (CLA). S/he will be responsible for development and execution of Activity, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Plans and data systems to ensure accurate, timely and efficient performance monitoring and reporting, and for documenting and disseminating project successes, challenges and lessons learned to USAID, The MEL Advisor will also be responsible for leading assessments, evaluations and implementation research on cross-cutting approaches to strengthen the health workforce in collaboration with consortium partners and stakeholders, building local capacity to collaboratively design and conduct research, utilize findings to inform policy and planning, and disseminate results. The MEL Advisor will also oversee and provide strategic leadership for Digital Health activities under the project. The MEL Advisor should be versed in gender and health workforce issues and reinforce gender equity in MEL approaches and efforts.
This position is contingent upon award from USAID. Ethiopian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Ethiopian nationals are preferred.