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Senior Associate, Monitoring and Learning Job at Evidence Action


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. We identify
innovative, appropriate financing mechanisms and build best-practice operational models.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Senior Associate, Monitoring and Learning
: Abuja, Nigeria 
About Deworm the World Initiative

  • The Deworm the World Initiative enables governments to eliminate the public health threat of intestinal worms through school-based mass deworming programs.
  • The program is delivered through a multi-tier training and distribution cascade, whereby all levels of government, from national to local, are engaged to ensure treatment of school-age and preschool-age children in all at-risk areas.                                             
  • We advocate for school-based deworming to policymakers and provide technical assistance to launch, strengthen and sustain programs targeting all at-risk school-age (and sometimes preschool-age) children.

About the Position

  • In 2016 Evidence Action began supporting the government of Cross River states to launch a school-based deworming program for STH and schistosomiasis as a part of the states’ integrated NTD control programs.
  • In 2017 this support will be extended to Ogun, Oyo and Rivers states, targeting over 5.5 million school age children across four states.
  • Monitoring, Learning and Information Systems is creating a position for Senior Associate, Monitoring and Learning, to support Deworm the World, Nigeria, which is expanding substantially and requires in-country M & E support.

Stakeholder Relationship Management:

  • Develop and maintain close relationship with state government departments that we work closely with, eg Education, Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD Units), etc.

Report Writing:

  • Take the lead on drafting process monitoring reports after data is collected by the data collection vendor both internal and external (government, donor, etc) use.


  • Participate in program planning meetings, and generally support the Program towards program goals.
  • Perform any other monitoring, evaluation and learning duties as may be required and assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities
Vendor Management:

  • Support the sourcing for vendors to support MLIS with data collection needs
  • Verify data and results from vendors or other partners through data reviews, checks and field visits
  • Draft and/or review terms of reference for data collection vendors.
  • Directly manage budget, timelines and deliverables by data collection vendor.


  • Masters degree in a relevant field with strong economics, statistics, or mathematics;
  • 3+ years of experience of M&E on programs in Nigeria
  • Strong technical skills and capacity, with at least 2 years of practical experience managing and working directly with large teams and data;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Willing to travel on short notice, to multi-task, to work in ambiguity and to respond instruction from multiple source.
  • Naturally inquisitive, skeptical, intellectually curious, detail-oriented and organized;
  • Inspired by Evidence Action’s mission to bring proven interventions to scale, improving the lives of millions.
  • Data management and analysis experience, specifically knowledge of STATA.
  • Experience programming and using electronic data collection platforms, specifically open data kit (ODK).
  • Familiar with data entry software (e.g. CSPro) and the ability to quickly learn new software for data management.

Working Conditions
This position will require coordinating closely with the regional M&E team members, a majority of whom are based in East Africa.

How to Apply

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