POSITION: Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant

LOCATION: Field Based


The M&E Assistant is responsible for conducting M&E activities as per work plan for all activities implemented in field base province.

The M&E Assistant will implement the field base level program monitoring and evaluation
activities on a regular basis. S/he will be responsible for the analysis and reporting of data in relation to project activities implemented in the assigned duty station.


Compile, clean and check data for accuracy before entry into the Education data base

Participate in collection of data

Compute the education efficient indicators in the settlement.

Enter valid and accurate data into the system

Support the analysis of data in line with the M&E framework

Check, verify and validate data relating to education

Share accurate data with the Settlement Manager, Regional M&E Coordinator and other
authorised persons

Participate in conducting Education Gap analysis.

Summarise the gap analysis for the entire settlement.

Participate in authorised research studies that will enable the organisation identify new
program areas.

Participate in the training of field staff in monitoring of activities (process)

Support the coordination and execution of events in the department such as, training,
collecting and disseminating relevant information on monitoring, evaluation and research.

Assist Regional M&E Coordinator in the development and implementation of monitoring
tools, which will include, but not be limited to, data collection, analysis and reporting on
program indicators;

Record and track daily attendance of students/ pupils in all schools

Ensure that all schools have class registers and admission books are available and well used.

Compile and monitor pupils’ termly enrolment statistics for the various schools and note any variations.

Ensure that the class registers are dully filled and properly utilized by the teachers.

Submit weekly and monthly updates on the Field M&E progress to the Regional M&E Officer.

Support in preparing weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual programmatic
performance reports.

Minimum Qualifications & Experience

A Certificate/ Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

A degree in statistics, quantitative economics and Economics or any other related courses.
Superior Computer Skills

Excellent planning, analytical, conceptual and organization skills.

Strong analytical and documentation skills

Proven knowledge of Uganda Education systems and rich networks with Key District Education officials.

Able and willing to live, work, travel in fast-paced and hard to reach environment adhering to strict security guidelines.

Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

At least one-year relevant working experience gained within a humanitarian NGO is

Working knowledge of computers in MS Office, Excel, Word and Power Point.

An understanding of Ugandan and international education systems

Knowledge or prior exposure to humanitarian operations is an added advantage