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12 Fresher Officer, Field Operations, Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) NGO Jobs – Evidence Action

Job Title:      Officer, Field Operations, Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) (12 Fresher Jobs)

Organization: Evidence Action

Duty Station: Mbale (7 positions), Bugiri (2 positions), Kamuli (1 position), Iganga (2 positions), Uganda


About US:

Evidence Action scales proven development solutions to benefit millions of people around the world. We fill the gap between knowing ‘what works’ and having impact at scale. We implement cost-effective interventions whose efficacy is backed by substantial rigorous evidence.


Job Summary:  The Officer, Field Operations, Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) is a member of the Field Operations Team and the larger Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation department. S/he is responsible for collecting monitoring data for the Dispensers for Safe Water program in Uganda. This is an exciting field position that enables you to interact with local community members as you collect data that informs the program to make justifiable decisions.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Data collection and quality

  • Accurately and timely collect Dispensers for Safe Water evaluation data, through the administration of questionnaire, collection of samples, and making observations, in the areas of operation, using electronic and/or paper instruments.
  • Participate in bench-testing of electronic instruments as part of training and instrument improvement process
  • Timely and meaningfully support flow of information from the field to the Program Leadership by utilizing “soft feedback” tools.
  • Participate in the data collection training of operation/program field staff.
  • Support data flow process from the field to the office, by adhering to the data flow protocol that indicates when and how submit data

People management

  • Enthusiastically provide mentorship to new staff involved in Dispensers for Safe Water data collection activities, including shadowing their work in the initial days in the field.

Stakeholder relationship

  • Maintain cordial public relation with local stakeholders, including government officials and community members, through observing meaningful and respectful engagement in the course of field work.

Financial management

  • Contribute towards the cost-efficiency of the organization and programs through accurate management of financial payments and expenditures in the field and at the office


  • On a daily basis share insightful feedback with program leads based on field observations.
  • Timely development and dissemination of adoption monitoring reports with program teams at office level.


  • Support data collection needs from other programs, and other duties as may be assigned by the MLE leadership.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • The applicant must hold a Diploma in a Social Science discipline with a bias on Statistics or Research applications, Community work, Project management or equivalent.
  • Candidates with a minimum of a certificate course in Teaching and Nursing are also encouraged to apply. Candidates with an M&E background have a definite advantage.
  • At least one to two years of experience working in a research environment administering surveys, working with communities or social enterprises/NGOs.
  • Motor cycle riding skills or willingness to learn and ride a motorcycle.
  • Experience using electronic data collection platforms, specifically open data kit (ODK) and survey CTO.
  • High level of integrity and stewardship.
  • Embraces team work and aspires and supports the ideals of working in a team work environment as a team champion.
  • Passion to work in a rural community setting.
  • Ability to communicate well within the organization and with the rural communities and local leaders.
  • Basic leadership skills in managing people, working with communities, government officers, schools and teams.
  • Good computer skills and comfort to advance the skills in a dynamic IT field.
  • Must be flexible and able to travel to remote areas (mainly using motor cycles) where the Dispensers for Safe Water program operates.
  • Good language skills in English and Luganda/Lugisu/Japathola both spoken and written.


How to Apply:

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