Monitoring and Evaluation Programme Officer (m/f)

Heading Moçambique

Heading is recruiting for its client, a Government Institution (Diplomatic Representation) a Monitoring and Evaluation Programme Officer (m/f), to be based in Maputo, Mozambique.
  • The Department of Chancellery and Foreign Affairs manages the international relations of the Government of Flanders. It is responsible for coordinating Flander´s action at both international and European level and is therefore in charge of Flander´s relations with foreign governments, the European Union, and international organizations
  • The Department is responsible for the following, inter alia:
  • Development of cooperation with foreign partners
  • Creation and transportation of European legislation, and conclusion and ratification of international treaties
  • International and European trade policy
  • Flemish development cooperation, with a geographical focus on Southern Africa
  • Control of the import, export and transit of arms and other strategic goods from Flanders
  • In order to carry out this remit, the Department relies on the enthusiastic commitment of:
  • Some 280 members of staff at the central administration in Brussels
  • The Flemish team within the Belgian Permanent Representation to the European Union in Brussels, led by a Diplomatic Representative of Flanders, and Diplomatic Representations of Flanders in the neighboring countries and with a number of selected countries and international organizations worldwide: the Netherlands (The Hague), Germany (Berlin), France (Paris), UNESCO, OECD and Council of Europe (Paris), the United Kingdon and Ireland (London), Italy (as well as FAO, WFP and IFAD, Rome), Scandinavia (Copenhagem), Poland and the Baltic States (Warsaw), Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia and the Czech Republic (Vienna), United States (New York), Southern Africa (Pretoria) and the United Nations in Geneva
  • Supporting the monitoring of the development cooperation programme in Mozambique. This includes the substantive and financial monitoring and reporting on ongoing projects and grant files, maintaining good working relations with the implementing organizations, carrying out on-site monitoring visits, participating in consultation and steering committees, supervising evaluations and audit, and promoting synergy and knowledge exchange between the stakeholders involved
  • Reporting to the Deputy Diplomatic Representative on the implementation of the projects and identifying bottlenecks and problems and/or best practices; consolidating the project results up to the level of the country and sector programmes of the partner country
  • Supporting the identification of potential new partners and projects, including through the organization of a call for proposals and assessment of grant applications. The Deputy Diplomatic Representative will be able to call on the sector-specific expertise of the M&E Programme Officer for this purpose
  • Offering support in all aspects of policy analysis. Provide advice on the health sector in general and specifically for Mozambique, including performing literature reviews and keeping organizational knowledge up to date; monitoring current evolutions within the sector and bringing important sector specific trends and events to the attention of the Deputy Diplomatic Representative
  • Participating in, and representing the Government of Flanders at, technical meetings; drafting reports, memoranda, letters, and speeches in English and Portuguese
  • Supporting the Deputy Diplomatic Representative in various aspects of representation and coordination, for example during the presidency of the Prosaude Common Sector Fund in 2021
  • Supporting the Organization and supervision of missions and representational activities
  • Holding a higher education diploma (degree or Master´s level) with a minimum of 4 years of higher education at an institution/university recognized by the Mozambican Government (or equivalent). A diploma in health care or health management is an advantage
  • Having Mozambican nationality or being in possession of a valid work visa or other legal permission to work in Mozambique
  • Demonstrable experience in substantive and financial monitoring and evaluation of projects and monitoring in the health sector
  • At least three (3) year´s work experience in a relevant position, with proven responsibility for project monitoring and/or project implementation
  • Good knowledge of, and experience in, the health sector in Mozambique
  • Knowledge of the general principles of gender, human rights and children´s rights, sexual and reproductive health and of the specific problems of adolescents, good governance, sustainable development, and climate change is an advantage
  • Good knowledge of project management methods (project cycle management, Theory of Change, etc.)
  • Oral and written proficiency in English and Portuguese
  • Excellent knowledge of standard Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PPT, Internet Explorer, etc.)
  • Self development: You continue to improve your performance by learning and growing along with changes
  • Communication: You convey information and ideas in writing and/or orally in a comprehensible manner personal interest
  • Networking: You develop and sustain professional relationship, alliance and coalitions whereby you obtain information, support and cooperation
  • Initiative: You identify opportunities and take/propose action on your own initiative
  • Analysis: You contextualize a problem and efficiently search for additional relevant information
  • Results-Oriented: You undertake concrete and targeted action to achieve or exceed objectives
  • Planning & Organization: You can effectively set goals and priorities and identify the necessary actions, time and resources to achieve them in an efficient way
  • The employer will pay up to 85% of a standard health plan
  • You will be part of an open energetic and open organization that vigorously anticipates the evolutions and needs of society. Together with all the stakeholders, you will contribute to a sustainable service provision with confidence and in the public interest
  • There is ample opportunity for(further) training and support with modern ICT tools
  • The workload can be high, but we also value the best possible life/work balance: we offer 30 days of annual leave on top of the days Christmas and New Year
  • You will be recruited at the corresponding AAA scale and receive and end-of-year bonus
  • Based on the job requirements, relevant professional experience in the private sector or as self-employed may be recognized by the line manager
  • Your first 6 months will be a trial period with an individual training programme
  • Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted
This vacancy is no longer accepting applications


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  • Publicado 01.12.2020
  • Expira 20.12.2020
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