Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – to be based in Kirakira, Makira

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World Vision
  • Post Date: March 30, 2023
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((Vacancy Notice 03/23
World Vision is a Christian international and locally registered relief and development agency, which has been working in the Solomon Islands for over 30 years. Our vision is to work for a world that no longer tolerates poverty. We work with communities as partners in sustainable development initiatives. World Vision Solomon Islands (WVSI) also responds to humanitarian emergencies.

World Vision Solomon Islands invites applications from interested and qualified candidates for the position of:

Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – to be based in Kirakira, Makira.

The purpose of this position is to implement the overall Monitoring and Evaluation strategy and related activities within the project NOURISH, working closely with the Sectoral DME Coordinator for Livelihood and the Program Quality Team Lead, the Sector Portfolio Manager, and its project staff; subject to change depending on funding. In addition, this position is responsible for knowledge management of the livelihood & health sector. The Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) officer reports to the Program Quality Team Lead/ or assigned Coordinator. The DME officer is expected to work closely with the other Portfolio DME Coordinators for an integrated and aligned approach to DME across the organisation.

The DME Officer will document, assist through facilitation, and guide planning in design, monitoring and evaluating of projects and area programs. This will mean assisting staff to plan their project implementation based on findings from assessments, baselines, evaluations, monitoring data, lessons learned and project/program reviews that can result in improved impact. The DME Officer will study the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and risks in the community and facilitate the community and area program staff, in collaboration with technical staff and project managers, in planning programs that lead to improved child well-being. This role will also assist in guiding DME processes in humanitarian emergencies.

The DME Officer will apply the logical framework approach and other strategic planning approaches, monitoring and evaluation methods and tools (including quantitative, qualitative and participatory) to the projects in their area. They will be required to facilitate training, lead assessments, evaluations and monitoring planning and problem solve both conceptually and practically to assist staff and communities achieve program and project outcomes. Timely complete MIS data gathering and providing into the system for analysis and reporting. Provide achievement data and segregation to the project staff and Manager who can lead the team based on the real time findings to improve program quality.

This position also plays a key role to assist projects collect data from area program target communities, assist projects analyse the collected data, do a meaningful interpretation and assist the project staff and Sector Portfolio Managers to make informed decisions. This role also plays a part in knowledge management for the organisation as a whole, and the Protection and Education portfolio specifically. In collaboration with the Program Quality Team Lead and the Portfolio Managers and other DME Coordinators, s/he ensures program data is up to date, accurate, reliable, authentic with the source document and stored properly in the organisation’s knowledge management systems, including Smartsheets, the Common Drive, and WVI’s Horizon platform.

For detailed information of the above position, please request a copy of the Job Description from the World Vision Solomon Islands Office, Smile n Shine Building, opposite Melanesia Pacific Haus, Town Ground.

All applicants MUST provide the following:

  1. An Expression of Interest letter addressing the above criteria
  2. An updated Curriculum Vitae, Transcripts and Certificates of academic achievements
  3. Names and contacts of Three Referees which includes previous and current employers
  4. Proof of Covid-19 Vaccination Status – must be complete
    All applications are to be emailed to Careers (

Contact the People & Culture Department on Phone: 23092/7102127 for more information.

Closing date for all applications is before 5:00pm 11th April 2023.
World Vision is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Females are Encouraged to Apply.

“We are committed to protection of children and we do not employ people whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment types are conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal records where possible”

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