Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator
The Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator will be responsible for supporting IPPF/WHR teams on data-related aspects of institutional reporting for internal and external use, as well as existing grant-funded projects, including: ongoing data management, syntax development, data documentation tracking and reporting. S/He will manage the use of the regional level data collection platform (DHIS2) for service statistics and other project-specific initiatives.
Reporting to the Evaluation Officer, the Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator must be highly organized with strong writing skills, attention to details and have experience working with quantitative and qualitative data. S/he must have the ability to balance multiple projects at a given time, to communicate professionally in English and Spanish, experience with literature reviews, and exposure to research and evaluation methodologies.
The position requires the ability to work across multiple content areas and with programmatic, information systems, clinical and evaluation professionals. S/he should also be familiar with sexual and reproductive health and rights issues.
IPPF/WHR is a leader in the international movement to secure sexual and reproductive health care as a human right for all. We work with local Member Associations and partners in 40 countries across the Americas and the Caribbean towards a shared mission: to ensure sexual and reproductive rights for all, including universal access to high-quality health services and comprehensive sexuality education.
We connect our local partners to the global movement for sexual and reproductive rights and ensure their long-term sustainability by providing technical assistance in areas such as program planning, organizational development, and fundraising. Together, we build strong institutions and healthy communities throughout the region.
- Work closely with the OLE, Programs, and IDU units to perform analysis, formatting, and cleaning of project and institutional quantitative and qualitative data for different purposes and audiences
- Provide support to programmatic teams in streamlining processes for project-specific data management and reporting.
- Proactively identify key programmatic components for further evaluation and analysis.
- Work in close collaboration with the Safe Abortion team to perform data analysis, internal and external project reporting to assess progress towards achievement of targets within the Real Options initiative, as well as support results-based decision–making by programmatic teams
- Manage and support the use of the regional level data collection platform (DHIS2) for abortion, HIV/STI, GBV, youth and other priority initiatives.
- Analyze and present IPPF/WHR institutional and project specific achievements and challenges to internal and external audiences, including collaborating on building dashboards and other data visualizations for institutional reporting, to be used during IPPF/WHR Integration and Coordination Sessions (ICS), Regional Board of Directors Meetings, and Member Association Analysis Process (MAAP).
- Provide technical assistance through webinar trainings and remote or on-site interactions with Regional Office and Member Association teams, as needed.
- Work closely with the OLE team to coordinate the evaluation of global, regional, and MA initiatives and capture and disseminate best practices emerging from these projects.
- Support the inclusion of data analysis, evaluation reports and documented best practices in ConnectWHR, IPPF/WHR’s intranet for internal reference
- Experience in M&E with an International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO) preferred.
- Experience with databases; understanding of data standards, healthcare records and data security.
- Knowledge of healthcare practice systems and how data are collected, analyzed and utilized preferred.
- Comprehensive data analysis and design experience, data visualization (e.g. PowerBI or Tableau) a plus.
- Solid understanding of and commitment to sexual and reproductive health and rights issues in Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Ability to work well with multidisciplinary teams and independently.
- Experience providing remote and on-site technical assistance.
- Eager to continuously learn new technologies and develop innovative solutions
- Proactively seeks and welcomes constructive criticism for learning and professional development
- Strong analytical problem-solving abilities.
- Strong communication skills, including the ability to listen to and communicate with different stakeholders at varying levels and with varying technical knowledge of information systems.
- Cultural competence to respectfully interact with various audiences
- Fluency in Spanish and English required.
Location: This position will be located in the IPPF/WHR Mexico City Office and the selected candidate will be required to take part in various orientations, trainings and meetings in New York for a period of up to 8 months.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
How to apply: We encourage both external and internal candidates to apply. Please send your resume, and cover letter to Sharon Harrison at email@example.com .
Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
IPPF/WHR is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals regardless of HIV/AIDS status, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, and disability.