USAID seeks monitoring and evaluation specialist in Liberia

USAID seeks monitoring and evaluation specialist in Liberia.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced this past week that they are seeking a monitoring and evaluation specialist based in Monrovia, Liberia.

This position will be tasked with the oversight and coordination of evaluation and monitoring of health program activities associated with malaria, family planning and reproductive health, Ebola, HIV/AIDS and overall strengthening activity of the health system. This will consist of taking on advisory roles with the Liberian Ministry of Health, gathering of program level data and validating, implementing public health evaluations and strengthening health management information systems.

This position also serves as the Program Office Liaison for the Health Team and will provide information on monitoring and evaluation activity.

For this position, applicants will need to have a master's degree in an area related to public health, international development, international relations, public administration or economics. This position will require a minimum of five years of working experience in monitoring and evaluation activity with field experience in assessment, analysis of program performance and operations, monitoring and evaluation. Candidates should possess strong analytical skills, showcased with collection and analysis of data experience; the ability to provide expertise in technical; and leadership design and implementation related to this area.

Interested applicants should submit all required documents for this application: physical examination, questionnaires for sensitive and non-sensitive positions and a fingerprint card alongside the Personal Services application. Application and supplementary materials should be emailed to sbrowne@usaid.gov and kpaudel@usaid.gov by Nov. 12 at 4:30 p.m. ET.

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