Quality Assurance and Knowledge Management
- Be aware of and support implementation of new “WV International” (WVI) programmatic initiatives,
- Establish and maintain effective framework for institutional knowledge management,
- Establish and knowledge management mechanisms to offer innovative, more effective and cost-efficient M&E business processes aligned to WVA strategic priorities and needs,
- Contribute to the continuous quality improvement of the WVA Ministry through analyzing the learning coming from monitoring and evaluations,
- Coordinate and track implementation and results of baselines and evaluations from among the grant sector for internal and external reporting.
Assessment and Design
- Assist the project managers in the grant project design process, including needs assessments, establishment of goals and objectives, setting of indicators, development of implementation plans, M&E plans, evaluation and reporting,
- In cooperation with grant managers and advocacy manager, compile documentation and information necessary to facilitate strategic planning and dialogue with donors for external engagement and positioning purposes,
- Constantly analyze and report on issues identified in WV programs or by stakeholders that hinder Child Well-being.
Monitoring and Evaluation
- Lead and/coordinate project monitoring and evaluation together with the grant managers by drafting grant specific ToRs for engaging external M&E services,
- In cooperation with the Response manager and the Grant Managers, conduct regular monitoring visits to programs and provide detailed monitoring reviews as part of the grant reports and /or advise M&E grant staff on reporting improvements,
- In cooperation with the GAM team, ensure WVA’s grants are regularly updated in the Horizon Database,
- Undertake other duties related to Development, Monitoring & Evaluation (DME) as assigned by Program Director or deputy.
Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs
- In cooperation with the Response manager learn of available Accountability tools and systems in the WVI partnership,
- Make appropriate selection for establishing and light and nimble accountability mechanism for the WVA response by including our beneficiaries and partners from among the grants and local income support schemes.
The following knowledge, skills, and abilities may be acquired through a combination of formal schooling, self-education, prior experience, or on-the-job training:
- University degree/background in Social Sciences or other related field,
- Thorough understanding of the historical, cultural, political and socioeconomic situation in Armenia,
- Strong analytical skills,
- Experience in facilitating DME under institutional grants,
- Sound verbal and written communication skills in English,
- Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge through informal and formal methods,
- Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work in a team and cultural sensitivity,
- Facilitation and presentation skills,
- Excellent organizational and time management skills,
- Proven knowledge of and skills for computer software application,
- Experience in program design and proposal writing,
- Experience in monitoring and evaluation,
- Experience in leading DME in the grant funded environment,
- Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30 % of the time.
About World Vision Armenia
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian and development organization working to create lasting change in the lives. Established in 1950, World Vision operates in nearly 100 countries worldwide. It is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organiza