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Under the overall guidance of Chief PMER and direct supervision of the Reports Specialist, the incumbent will contribute to strengthen evidence and result-
based monitoring & reporting at the Country Office. The incumbent will support quality assurance of implementation monitoring and reporting, including field monitoring and third party field monitoring, preparation of situation reports, donor reports, internal and external updates, annual reports and information management in support of the overall office humanitarian assistance and country programme in fulfillment of the rights of children and women.
How can you make a difference?
Provide support in financial verification and quality assurance of reports. Coordination with programme sections for development of inputs followed by review and consolidation.
update and maintain programme and office specific donor reporting schedule / snapshot.
and Â prepare summary report for the management containing the key issues identified by the field monitors and follow-up actions by the programme sections.
Support the set-up and use of online programme monitoring and reporting systems.
In case of emergency, support humanitarian performance monitoring (HPM) and update the Core Commitment for Children (CCC) monitoring and reporting templates and make sure that the high frequency CCC indicators are included in the field monitoring checklists and are reported on regular basis.
Undertake field monitoring visits as and when required. Provide support to the field offices in monitoring related capacity building including training of third party field monitors on need basis.
Prepare and updates database of CCC indicators and information material; ensure that timely information on progress and results is available by compiling, organizing, analyzing and preparing data for reports, programme planning, management, monitoring and evaluation purposes as needed.
Prepare tables, graphs and other statistical data accordingly.
Provide assistance for programmatic field monitoring and third party field monitoring. This entails undertaking visits where needed and coordination with focal to ensure compliance with minimum programmatic visit requirements.
Duties also include compiling quarterly programmatic visit plans for Country and Field Offices.
Support information and knowledge management related to humanitarian action by maintaining data archives of all reporting related documents etc.
in the office files / systems. Support in development and rollout of IM / KM initiatives on need basis.
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have
A university degree in social sciences, information systems, business administration, disaster and emergency management, or related area.
Further education and training in a related discipline will be an asset.
For every Child, you demonstrate
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Duty Station and Travel :
Duty station is Islamabad with travel to various parts of the country. Ready to travel to project locations in remote areas of the country.
Interested in finding out more?
You will have a rewarding experience working with a dynamic, diverse and committed staff who are making a difference in saving lives and building a better future for Every Child in Pakistan.
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