Recruitment of a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer >

The GACC presently seeks to engage a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer to work in the Programmes Department of the Coalition’s Secretariat to help achieve the strategic objectives of the GACC.


 Purpose and Scope of the Position

The Monitoring & Evaluation Officer will work to establish an effective, wellfunctioning, integrated Monitoring and Evaluation system for GACC. The monitoring and evaluation system and processes should ensure timely implementation, reporting and feedback of lessons learnt from the roll-out out of policies, initiatives, campaigns, and projects into GACC’s decision making architecture.


  Key Responsibilities


1. Establish M&E policy, framework, approaches, and tools for GACC in furtherance of the achievement of its strategic plan.


2. Monitor and evaluate progress of policies, projects, and programmes under the purview of GACC at regular intervals to ensure their successful implementation.


3. Collect, collate, and analyse data on indicator achievements to facilitate reporting to members, donors, and partners.


4. Develop and roll-out relevant M&E tools and processes that will support effective monitoring and reporting across all GACC teams.

5. Undertake physical monitoring of projects and programmes. 6. Contribute to programme and project development, implementation, management, evaluation and communication of programmes and activities.


 Special Requirements

You must demonstrate research experience and be ready to apply your skills in a unique and challenging context. You must be a self-starter and able to work independently. You must have excellent inquiry and outside-the-box thinking and skills. You must be some one who is flexible, adaptable and open to change. Some travel and out of hours’ work are required.

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer >
1.0 Introduction
The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) is a cross-sectoral grouping of public, private and civil society organizations with the sole aim of fighting corruption and promoting good governance. By virtue of its composition, the GACC has the unique character of a social action coalition on anticorruption, being a joint-partnership of independent Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), state institutions, private sector and faith-based organisations.
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