Monitoring and Evaluation Director

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    Monitoring & Evaluation
  • Deadline:
    February 29, 2020

Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Director
Duty Station: Monrovia with travels in and out of Liberia
Reports to: Registrar/Executive Secretary, The Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery
The Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM) envisions itself to be the ultimate
authority in regulating the nursing and midwifery professions in the Republic of Liberia and to
lead nursing and midwifery development to their highest level of excellence for the health and
safety of the public.
The mission of the Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery is to protect the public’s health and
safety by providing reasonable assurance that the people who practice Nursing and Midwifery are
competent and ethical practitioners with the necessary knowledge and skills required by their titles
and roles.
The following are the core values held by the Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery:
Excellence: Demonstrating commitment, integrity, flexibility and accountability for decisions,
actions, and results within one’s sphere of authority
Integrity: Demonstrating consistent, fair, honest and open communication and behavior
Professionalism: Adhering to standards of behavior that reflect positively on the professions of
nursing and midwifery
Compassion: Expressing genuine concern about the other person or people’s needs both those
we serve and those with whom we work
Respect: Accepting and appreciating diversity and difference. Listening with tact and
Inclusiveness: Creating a hospitable and welcoming environment; interacting with all members
of the nursing and midwifery professions regardless of gender, religion, sexual orientation and
other individual characteristics.
The Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM) is an entity of the Government of
Liberia working with partners and stakeholders in the Health Sector.
The Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM) is in search of professional Liberian
Monitoring and Evaluation expert to join its’ team as Monitoring and Evaluation DIRECTOR.
The Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery carry out several Monitoring and Evaluation on
Nursing and Midwifery education, practice and projects, as part of the key functions of keeping
health workers and Nursing/Midwifery Institutions (Nurses & Midwives, Nursing and
Midwifery schools/Clinical sites) in touch with educational/clinical and practical standards and
code of ethics.
An appropriate M&E skill at the Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery will provide
evidence-based regulatory actions.
Job Descriptions for the M&E Director:
✓ Design and conduct knowledge and competency-based evaluations of ALL LBNM
✓ Design and conduct knowledge and performance-based evaluations of ALL LBNM
training programs
✓ Train data collectors, data cleaning, and data entry staff on project, methods of
collection, cleaning and input, data preservation and data privacy
✓ Provide and document quality checks for data collection, data cleaning and data entry for
all of LBNM training programs and projects
✓ Support LBNM departments to respond to surveys, queries, reports and other data
✓ Track the performance of LBNM project activities, and outputs against
expected results and adjust implementation processes to ensure the project is
progressing towards the intended outcomes
✓ Track the performance of LBNM training programs and outputs against
accreditation standards to ensure that schools are progressing towards the intended
✓ Maintain training programs dashboards for accreditation and quality assurance data
✓ Analyze the impact of projects and promote learning by documentation of best
✓ Lead the development/refinement/adaptation of instruments for data collection, cleaning,
code books and relevant methods of documentation of the layout and definition of data
files, synthesis, reporting, and presentation
✓ Lead qualitative and quantitative data collection, analyses and reporting
✓ Conduct results-based Monitoring and Evaluation
✓ Identifies and support user-friendly ways to understand the data and data analyses
generated from programs and its relevance to programs goals
✓ Produce reports and articles and contribute to the production of reports and articles
based on training programs and projects implementation and performance
✓ Contributes to analytic plans and reports in proposals
✓ Handle all M&E aspects of all program reports
Selection Criteria
✓ A Bachelor’s degree in relevant field of social or computer sciences is required. A
Master’s Degree is preferred.
✓ At least two years of demonstrated experience in designing and leading complex M&E
systems, ideally with major multilateral donor proposal
✓ Demonstrated abilities in evaluation assessment techniques
✓ Strong familiarity with the principles and current approaches to Monitoring and
Evaluating health programs and conducting empirical data analyses from Institution and
✓ Strong quantitative and qualitative data analysis and management skills with both large
and small datasets
✓ Strong command of Excel and SPSS, proficiency in STATA, Epi-info and PowerPoint
✓ Familiarity with at least one qualitative data analysis software and integration of mixed
✓ Ability to interpret and present statistical information
✓ Strong written, oral and electronic media-related communication skills
Skills and Experience:
The successful candidate will have at least two years of professional experience in M&E
activities with solid background in Governmental and/or Non-governmental organizations.
✓ Excellent Oral and written skills in English
✓ Good analytical, interpersonal and organizational skills
✓ Good training skills
Terms of Employment
Full time employment
Address All applications to:
Mrs. Dorkor Ngwayah-Mehn
Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery/ Or apply through the system below.
40 Carey Street, Monrovia
Republic of Liberia
Deadline for submission of All Applications: (Hard copy to the above physical address and
soft copy to the above email address)
February 29, 2020 @ 4:30PM

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