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Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant at World Bicycle Relief

  • Full Time
  • Lilongwe
  • Salary: 00

World Bicycle Relief


Monitoring & Evaluation

Employment Type


Minimum Experience


Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant

Purpose of the Job:

The Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant is a member of the Programs, Strategic Information & Innovation team. The position will support all Program, SII and Sales quantitative and qualitative research activities contributing to sustainable impact of the bicycle.

Description of Tasks / Key Performance Areas:



  • Conduct focus group discussion and key informant interviews in support of M&E activities, treating all field materials with care and confidentiality
  • Support identification and capturing of human-interest stories and success stories showcasing the power of the bicycle
  • Transcribe key informant interviews and focus group discussion transcripts, assist with analysis

Data collection and entry:

  • Support team data collection including extracting data from field reports and registers, administering questionnaires and contacting program participants for specific data requests
  • Support roll out and use of mobile data collection platform ODK, KoboCollect and TaroWorks for M&E.
  • Responsible for program data entry and transcription, ensuring data collected are accurate, complete and submitted in a timely manner and in the correct format
  • Clean data, perform data-quality checks and ensure feedback to the relevant staff if issues arise

Program Support, Documentation, Reporting and Communication

  • Assist with compilation of PowerPoints or other reports under the guidance of the M&E Manager.
  • Assist with program implementation field activities as necessary e.g. community-based structures’ trainings; participant selection.
  • Assist with documentation of key learnings from WBR programmes.
  • File and document field materials, such as forms, reports and participant registers/contracts.
  • Attend and facilitate meetings and program follow ups as required.
  • Organize and coordinate field asset collection visits for communications, media and research as required
  • Support any other duties/responsibilities necessary for the successful implementation and functioning of WBR Program and M&E activities.

Job Specifications:

  • Relevant Bachelor’s Degree in social development, economics, international development, public health, demography or related discipline.
  • Experience working on research projects including data collection, in-depth interviews and focus groups in local language and entering data.
  • Computer skills and experience using MS Excel, Outlook and Access
  • Good report writing skills.
  • Self-motivated and following current M&E concepts and trends.
  • Excellent administration, communication and management skills
  • Strong planning and organizing skills
  • Dynamism, independence, creativity
  • Fluency in English required

Internal/External Relationships:

Working conditions:

Interested persons to apply not later than 16th April 2024 using the link.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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