Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, Colombia Transforma, Tame, Arauca, Colombia
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Colombia Transforma is a program financed by USAID/OTI. Transforma provides support strategically aimed at achieving sustainable peace in Colombia. The initial goal will be to strengthen the institutional capacity of the Colombian government to implement rapid response during the first 36 months after the signing of the peace accords.
**Please note: Only Colombian citizens are eligible for this position.**
This position is responsible for collecting qualitative and quantitative information from national and departmental activities carried out by the program in the Department of Arauca, generating reports, supporting with identifying lessons learned and keeping track of successes and mistakes of activities. The MES will coordinate closely with the Program Development Officer (PDO) and Field Officers (FOs) to ensure the constant updating of information in the database of the program, obtaining information of impacts / effects of activities and identifying positive and negative results. The MES will also provide the information required by the Communications and Reporting Specialist (CRS) for reporting and documenting activities. Under the supervision of M&E Officer, the MES will perform research and documentation of activities or groups of activities that are of special interest to the program. The MES will also provide feedback to the whole program team, in conceptualization and activities' evaluations, to ensure that they contribute to the achievement of the objectives set out in the strategic framework of the program.