The National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda wishes to recruit competent candidates to strengthen the Imihigo Team and those candidates will be working under contract of 1 year renewable upon performance and availability of funds. 

Duties & Responsibilities:

The Imihigo M&E Specialists will be required to workon the following specific tasks, but not limited to as follows:

For Districts ImihigoM&E Specialist:

  • Review and map districts Imihigo to national priorities and provide feedback where needed;
  • Review the phrasing of set districts monitoring indicators and their relevance on the concerned Imihigo and provision of feedback;
  • Review the baselines for identified indicators for districts Imihigo and ensure that they are robust and accurate before implementation;
  • Review quarterly monitoring districts Imihigo reports against set targets and milestones and provide feedback;
  • Compile the monitoring districts indicators report that shows the status for each concerned district on quarterly basis;
  • Conduct the spot checks for specific projects implemented by districts to confirm the facts when needed; Etc

For Institutions Imihigo M&E Specialist:

  • Review and map Institutions Imihigo to national priorities and provide feedback where needed;
  • Review the phrasing of set institutions monitoring indicators and their relevance on concerned Imihigo and provide feedback;
  • Review the baselines for identified indicators for institutions Imihigo and ensure that they are robust and accurate before implementation;
  • Review monitoring institutions Imihigo reports against set targets and milestones and provide feedbackon quarterly basis;
  • Compile the monitoring institutions indicators report that shows the status for each concerned institution on quarterly basis;
  • Conduct the spot checks for the specific projects implemented by the institutions to confirm the facts when needed;
  • Etc

For Joint Imihigo M&E Specialist:

  • Review and map Joint Imihigo to national priorities and provide feedback where needed;
  • Review the phrasing of set joint monitoring indicators and their relevance on the concerned Imihigo and provide feedback;
  • Review the baselines for identified indicators for joint Imihigo and ensure that they are robust and accurate before implementation;
  • Review quarterly monitoring joint Imihigo reports against set targets and milestones and provide feedback;
  • Compile the monitoring joint indicators report that shows the status for each concerned joint lead institution on quarterly basis;
  • Conduct the spot checks for specific projects implemented by the joint lead institution to confirm the facts when needed; Etc\

Required Minimum Qualifications:

Imihigo planning and monitoring Officer should have the following minimum qualifications:

  • University degree in statistics, mathematics, economics, demography, project management or social science in general;
  • A minimum of three (3) years of professional experience in planning and monitoring, evaluation or project management in public or private sector;
  • Demonstrated ability to work with minimum supervision;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of national planning processes;
  • Availability and readiness to start working immediately after recruitment.

Key Technical Skills & Knowledge required:

  • Be result-oriented and demonstrate integrity
  • Good planning and organizational skills;
  • Excellent Oral and Written communication skills
  • Computer Knowledge (Work Processing, Power Point and Internet)
  • Analytical and Problem Solving skills
  • Time management skills;
  • Demonstrated writing skills in English; A working knowledge of French is an advantage

Application guidelines:

Interested persons meeting the above qualifications should apply through the recruitment portal of MIFOTRA on https://recruitment.mifotra.gov.rw/not later than 10th May 2018

Done at Kigali on 04thMay2018

David NKUSI

(SE)

Head of Corporate Services