Monitoring, Reporting, Evaluation & Grants Coordinator Specialist at Peace Corps Moldova

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LOCATION:               Based in Chişinău, Moldova

CLASSIFICATION:      Full-time, contracted position

CLOSING DATE:         COB Friday, October 12, 2018

SALARY:                    $ 16,498 + Benefits

 

The Monitoring, Reporting,  Evaluation and Grants Coordinator Specialist (MRE & Grants Coordinator) will plan for, coordinate and manage all monitoring and evaluation tasks, reports and deliverables for several program areas; will  oversee the data collection process, ensure data quality, compile and contribute data for progress, quarterly and annual reports, based on project indicators outlined in the performance monitoring plans;  MRE & Grants Coordinator will create and maintain a comprehensive system for timely and quality data submission, collection, analysis, compilation and dissemination of quarterly reports from Peace Corps Volunteers (PCVs) in the field, their local partners, staff and stakeholders. MRE & Grants Coordinator will coordinate team approach to conducting project assessment through desktop review and field research, analysis, internal vetting and final endorsement of project. MRE & Grants Coordinator will train PCVs to collect data and use MRE tools and report system, will provide technical support and feedback to PCVs and mentor PCVs on completing the VRF completely and accurately. MRE & Grants Coordinator will use data collection tools, keep MRE plans of project reviews, update and work with programs to ensure implementation, will assist with annual reporting requirements for strategic and program performance plans; will  facilitate the development of project indicators; will ensure quality data is validated and cleaned.

 

The MRE & Grants Coordinator serves as the primary PC grant contact for Volunteers, staff, and PC Headquarters grant program support staff. The individual will work with grant application teams on all stages of the award process to ensure efficient and accurate communication and compliance with grant requirements.  This includes reviewing applications and preparation for review panel, communicating with the teams and supporting the entire grant lifecycle process by providing monitoring and guidance and technical assistance. The MRE & Grants Coordinator will develop program and grant expertise in grant rule and requirements and will stay abreast of program requirements and guidance and ensures that the post’s policies, procedures, and approved grants are consistent with such guidance.  The MRE & Grants Coordinator prepares and maintains status reports and documentation based on Peace Corps and U.S. government regulations. This position requires interaction with diverse stakeholders, including government representatives, local partners, PCVs and staff. The MRE & Grants Coordinator will work in a team and in close collaboration with other programming and training staff and will be guided by the standards of high performance adopted by the U.S Peace Corps.

Qualifications: Demonstrated ability in applying project monitoring tools for collection, validation, analysis and reporting of qualitative and quantitative data for projects with skills and capacity building indicators; Ability to Work with data sources, checking for  accuracy, data collection and surveys in the field; Ability to work collaboratively with a broad network of professional counterparts on government, non-profit and community level. Strong communication, motivation & collaboration skills using multiple modalities in English, Romanian and Russian.  History of setting goals and meeting outcome measures. History of working in inter-cultural teams and coaching or mentoring team members. Self-motivated person who is able to work in collaboration and independently.

Experience: At least one year of progressively responsible monitoring, reporting and evaluation, or programming or training experience, with preference for applicability to civil society organizational capacity building, community engagement & development, or education. Application enhanced by applied experience tracking outcome indicators related to behavioral skill set and capacity building changes; applied experience in grants & project management, accountability and report writing and experience answering to diverse stakeholders is a plus.  Inter-cultural experience supporting or partnering with U.S. citizens is a plus. Additional preference for experience in any of these areas: strong network and experience in the civil society monitoring and reporting for results and impact in the development sector, participatory evaluation methods and outreach to vulnerable or marginalized groups; collaboration with public administration, NGOs, social or educational work, adult learning methodologies, work with sustainability indicators, or youth development indicators. Strong computer skills required with a preference for previous IT System support experience.

Education: Univ./college degree in non-profit management, public or business admin., social work, education or related field.

Languages: Native fluency in both Romanian and Russian; Professional fluency in English.

Interested applicants for this position should submit the following:

  1. Letter of interest in English
  2. A current resume or curriculum vitae in English

SUBMIT APPLICATION IN ENGLISH TO:

COD Project Specialist Application

US Peace Corps

Str. Grigore Ureche, 12

Chişinău, Moldova-2001

Email: [email protected] (please send as MS Word attachment)

Fax: 022-545022  Attention MRE & Grants Coordinator Specialist

 

Drop-Off: Please leave your resume with the receptionist at the Peace Corps office to the attention of  MRE & Grants Coordinator Specialist

Peace Corps Moldova is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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