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Position Title: MEAL Coordinator

Start Date: July 1, 2022

Status: Full-time, 12-month contract

Location: Les Cayes

Reports to MEAL Manager

Supervises: N/A

Language: Fluency in Written/Spoken Haitian Creole, English, and French



Mission Statement: To improve the quality of life for the Haitian people, particularly children.



Brief Organizational Summary:  Hope for Haiti is an innovative and creative international development organization that has been working in Haiti for 33 years. The organization partners with private donors to create community-based sustainable change through a grassroots and strategic holistic approach.  Hope for Haiti is an action-oriented and fast-paced organization that believes in partnership solutions to poverty alleviation. Hope for Haiti’s vision for the future is one of the strategic growths in creating healthy, sustainable communities. Hope for Haiti has a distinguished and well-established Board of Directors that provides the organization with strong governance, oversight, and strategic direction. Building upon the organization’s proven track record of success, Hope for Haiti stays true to its mission and founding principles while offering a dynamic and supportive work environment. For more information about Hope for Haiti, please visit www.hopeforhaiti.com.


Role Purpose

Under the supervision of the MEAL Manager, the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator will assist in the implementation and/or revision of monitoring plans and indicator performance monitoring table (IPTT) for program development. The MEAL Coordinator provides methodological support to all program teams. It is also the guarantor of the quality and relevance of the internal monitoring and evaluation activities carried out. S/He contributes to the capitalization process and the development of HFH’s Program strategy.

Description of the main tasks

Implementation of MEAL systems for HFH’s Program
Develop, manage, and maintain an effective, efficient, up-to-date monitoring and evaluation system capable of producing reliable data whose analysis produces information that supports objective decision-making.
Actively participate in the compilation of indicators and provide feedback to the team following the monitoring and evaluation plan.
Lead the planning and implementation of data collection, baseline and final surveys, mid-term evaluations, annual surveys, and other follow-up activities.
Monitor gender-sensitive indicators
Define a learning agenda with the MEAL staff
Ensure that the monitoring and evaluation system adheres to and promotes intentional learning guided by this defined learning agenda.
Propose adjustments or new activities to improve the quality of operations or approaches the teams use, in consultation with the MEAL Manager and the Program Managers.
Contribute to the terms of reference of external evaluations and studies
He/she will also be actively involved in promoting learning through the documentation of lessons learned and the development of data analysis approaches in context and the use of lessons learned for decision-making.

Maintain the timing of reports.
Ensure that the necessary components of the reports are aligned before deadlines and that the MEAL staff is well organized to deliver the reports on time.
Provide the results achieved for each program, and ensure reporting mechanisms are operational which must be the product of the analyses of the data collected.
Ensure that the narratives supported in the reports go beyond the simple descriptive statistics of the data but try to identify the potential impacts of these results as well as the effect of these results on the performance of the project and the expected results.
Work closely with program teams, especially the Healthcare Team to ensure effective monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of program results.
Coordinate reporting with local partners, including tracking deadlines, meeting control formats and requirements, quality and accuracy of reports, and periodic drafting, review, and submission of reports.

Inform the MEAL Manager of any obstacles or problems encountered when undertaking the above responsibilities.
Write reports on activities and make recommendations.
Undertake other relevant tasks assigned to him/her by the MEAL Manager and/or the program staff concerning his/her skills and abilities
Integrate gender-sensitive and inclusive approaches into all programs and ensure that activities promote the most vulnerable participation in a way that does not endanger them and that children with disabilities are appropriately included.
Support the implementation of our accountability procedures at the level of the various programs of the mission
Code of Conduct

Ensures that all field and office activities are conducted in full compliance with humanitarian principles and an organized and dignified manner
Behave professionally and personally in a manner that honors HFH and does not compromise its humanitarian mission.
Other duties assigned by the supervisor.
Be respectful (self) of the beneficiaries’ problems, and their habits and consider their needs and limitations.

Minimum: BAC+4 in research methods, social sciences, economics, or another relevant field required.
At least 4-6 years of experience in Monitoring and Evaluation required, preferably with a Haitian or international NGO
Have a good command of computer science in database management, programming, and analysis, and demonstrate proven initiative and ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Have strong systematic and analytical thinking skills with strong interpersonal skills.
Quite rich experience in report production.
Having special training in monitoring and evaluation is an added value.
Experience in supervising a team, and capacity building.
Experience with multi-year assistance projects, particularly in M&E.
Knowledge and experience with accountability and quality management.
Good knowledge of SMART indicators, logical framework, and other program management tools.
Ability to design and develop questionnaires and impact indicators for measuring program outcomes and objectives.
Ability to develop qualitative collection tools, organize and execute focus groups, and other qualitative survey techniques.
Ability to coordinate field teams and verify data reliability.
Ability to write reports in English and/or French.
Knowledge of MS Office (Excel, Access, and PowerPoint), G-Suite, Kobo, SPSS, and CommCare
Knowledge of mobile data collection with a tablet.
Personal Skills

Professional ethics, respect for confidentiality, and the reservation necessary for the exercise of the function.
Attention to detail, and punctuality in the execution of the responsibilities assigned to you; ability to manage priorities-strong ability to work in a team.
Very good interpersonal skills, presentation, facilitation, and training.
Organizational, proactive, resourceful, and goal-oriented.
Ability to work closely together, understand and support local partners.
Have a sense of initiative, responsibility, and creativity; the ability to find solutions to problems.
Ability to work under stress, conflict, and humanitarian emergencies

Success Factors – The Successful Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Coordinator will have excellent skills in project management, be able to work under pressure and maintain good interpersonal relationships, demonstrate attention to detail, and commit to working with HFH stakeholders regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, ability, or gender. She/He will be highly motivated and able to work without direct supervision. Other factors include




Ability to respond appropriately and sensitively to cultural differences as they arise among the organization’s service population
Flexible, adaptability, patience, and acceptance of the fact that Hope for Haiti and its activities are constantly evolving in line with its resources and goals.
Ability to adapt to and make level-headed decisions in stressful situations

Ability to conduct and participate in staff meetings and strategic planning professionals and to represent Hope for Haiti’s mission to team members and colleagues

Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize assigned tasks.
Personal commitment to the mission and vision of Hope for Haiti and a desire to help the most vulnerable population
Maintains the highest level of confidentiality with sensitive information

Ability to effectively work with a team
Ability to resolve interpersonal conflict while preserving a team-oriented outlook

A shared belief that there is always a pathway to improvement despite the challenges that lie ahead.
Positive outlook and ability to work through difficult situations knowing that it’s possible to achieve desired outcomes.



Salary commensurate with experience (DOE).



Hope for Haiti is currently accepting applications. Interested candidates should apply through the link at our website www.hopeforhaiti.com/careers



Thank you for your interest in Hope for Haiti!

To learn more about us please visit www.hopeforhaiti.com

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